Archive for September, 2010

Obama Eligibility Not Certified for 2008 Election

September 26, 2010

Several reports are now saying that the Democratic National Party did not certify that Obama was eligible to be a candidate under the Constitution. The documents filed with the states omitted the phrase under “the provisions of the United States Constitution.”

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The omission means that the DNC certified that Obama was eligible by virtue of the party’s wishes but it avoids saying that he meets the Constitutional conditions to be eligible to be a candidate for the presidency or to be President.

The Hawaii Democratic Party, the state Obama claims as his home state, went further in their certification leaving out, “of the United States Constitution and are the duly chosen candidates of both the state …” making it clear that the State of Hawaii Democratic Party was not certifying Obama’s eligibility either. Eventually, the courts will have to decide the matter as several lawsuits are still working their way through the court system.

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Judge Disallows Obama Documents for Defense

September 3, 2010

Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin’s defense suffered a setback when the military judge ruled that she would not allow Obama’s documents to be used as evidence. Lakin contends that Obama is ineligible to be President under the requirements of the Constitution and therefore his orders as Commander in Chief are invalid.

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Dr. Lakin is an 18-year veteran, board certified physician. He has served several tours overseas and has a record as an outstanding flight surgeon. He was awarded the Bronze Star. 

His defense planned on using Obama’s birth certificate, or lack thereof, or other personal documents to show that Obama is ineligible to be President because he is not a “natural born” citizen. Obama has steadfastly refused to let anyone see his official, long form birth certificate, school and college records, passport records, etc. It has been estimated that Obama has spent about $1.7 million to keep his records secret from the public and out of court.