Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Why Is This An Unreasonable Request? [Update]

LTC Lakin has questioned the President’s “natural born” status, as mandated by the U.S. Constitution’s Article II, Section 1. After a year of seeking answers, he has not received a definitive response either from the Department of Defense or from his Congressional delegation that would assure him of the President’s Constitutional eligibility.

Attainder court-martial threatened…

YouTube Video LInk: American Patriot Foundation: FTC Terry Lakin Defense Fund

While watching Greta Van Sustern this evening, I heard that Megyn Kelly* is going to discuss the possible court martial of Lt. Colonel Terrence Lakin, (who has refused deployment until he sees proof of Obama's POTUS eligibility) on her Fox News show tomorrow.

Perhaps the court martial will then give the Lt. Col. standing to ask the court to force Obama to show proof of his eligibility to be POTUS.

I don't think that this is an unreasonable request, do you?

Also see:

Safeguard Our

Hat Tip:

The Jag Hunter

Update 4/15/10

WorldNetDaily: Officer challenging Obama 'reassigned'
No charges yet for surgeon demanding eligibility proof


One of the organizers behind the Safeguard Our Constitution website, serving in emeritus status, is John Hemenway, an attorney who previously fought in the U.S. court system on behalf of a retired military officer, Gregory S. Hollister, who also questioned Obama's eligibility.

The case ultimately was dismissed by Judge James Robertson who ruled that the dispute had been "twittered" during the 2008 election campaign.

In that opinion, Robertson sarcastically wrote: "The plaintiff says that he is a retired Air Force colonel who continues to owe fealty to his commander in chief (because he might possibly be recalled to duty) and who is tortured by uncertainty as to whether he would have to obey orders from Barack Obama because it has not been proven – to the colonel's satisfaction – that Mr. Obama is a native-born American citizen, qualified under the Constitution to be president.

"The issue of the president's citizenship was raised, vetted, blogged, texted, twittered, and otherwise massaged by America's vigilant citizenry during Mr. Obama's two-year-campaign for the presidency, but this plaintiff wants it resolved by a court," Robertson wrote.

The judge also suggested sanctions against Hemenway for bringing the case, and Hemenway responded that process then would provide him with a right to a discovery hearing to see documentation regarding the judge's statements – not supported by any evidence introduced into the case – that Obama was properly "vetted."

Hemenway warned at the time, "If the court persists in pressing Rule 11 procedures against Hemenway, then Hemenway should be allowed all of the discovery pertinent to the procedures as court precedents have permitted in the past.

"The court has referred to a number of facts outside of the record of this particular case and, therefore, the undersigned is particularly entitled to a hearing to get the truth of those matters into the record. This may require the court to authorize some discovery," Hemenway said.

WND columnist Vox Day earlier wrote about this very scenario, calling it a "Get out of war" free card.

The comments followed the case of Cook, the reservist who challenged his deployment orders over questions about their legality under Obama.

"Rather than contesting the suit," Day wrote, "the Army took the highly peculiar step of revoking the major's deployment order, suggesting that the Pentagon generals are not entirely confident that they can demonstrate the legitimacy of their purported commander in chief.

"The Pentagon's decision to back down rather than risk exposing Obama's birth records to the public means that every single American soldier, sailor, pilot and Marine now holds a 'get out of war free' card."

Obama's actual response to those who question his eligibility to be president under the Constitution's requirement that the U.S. president be a "natural born citizen" has been to dispatch both private and tax-funded attorneys to prevent anyone from gaining access to his documentation.

Besides Obama's actual birth documentation, the still-concealed documentation for him includes kindergarten records, Punahou school records, Occidental College records, Columbia University records, Columbia thesis, Harvard Law School records, Harvard Law Review articles, scholarly articles from the University of Chicago, passport, medical records, his files from his years as an Illinois state senator, his Illinois State Bar Association records, any baptism records, and his adoption records.

WND has reported on a multitude of cases that have been brought over the issue of Obama's eligibility. Some are by critics who have doubts about whether he was born in Hawaii in 1961 as he has written, and others are from those who question whether the framers of the Constitution specifically excluded dual citizens – Obama's father was a subject of the British crown at Obama's birth – from being eligible for the office.

The issue has prompted a number of state legislatures to work on proposals that would require presidential candidates to submit proof of their eligibility. And a similar proposal has been introduced in Congress by Rep. Bill Posey, R-Fla.

The Constitution, Article 2, Section 1, states, "No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President."

However, none of the cases filed to date has been successful in reaching the plateau of legal discovery, so that information about Obama's birth could be obtained.

The White House has not replied to numerous requests for comment.

The Obama ineligibility cover-up continues!!! But this is NOT going away!

One term Resident is guaranteed because of Obama's deception! The American people won't stand for a liar/Marxist/usurper in chief - and definitely not the second time around!

*CORRECTION: Megyn Kelly will discuss this issue on the O'Reilly Factor tonight, 4/15/10. Sorry about the error.


Also see:

Evil Conservative Radio: Why the Army's Birther Doc Won't Be Prosecuted


sh007r said...

Here is what I wrote to both OReilly and Megyn last night-

Your "evidence" lacks real evidence.

Hundreds (if not a few thousand) of people did 'phone it in' to Hawaiian hospitals exactly as you stated. This is a fact.
Just after Hawaii became a state, many people found they could become US citizens by calling those hospitals for birth certificates, sometimes from out of the country. The hospitals or the family called the local newspapers with birth announcement. ( anyone can call in for an announcement, birth, anniversary, etc., they were free & most still are today)
In 1958 and into the early sixties US citizenship was highly prized and sought after, especially in Indonesia, Philippines and Africa.
The chaos in those countries was extreme with the UK, USSR and the US all vying for control while 'freeing' up these same countries from the earlier colonization.
Hawaii was very open to any new state resident while coincidentally making them a US citizen. With Grandma and Grandpa living there, they would have known very well about this and how to do it. If "Barry" at the time was born on the moon or in Hawaii, they would have done so to assure his citizenship.

It would have had nothing to do with some futuristic plan for a Pres Obama, it would have been to secure him as a US citizen with all the perks, period.

It was done frequently, your brain room can find this factual info fairly easily.

Perhaps there is something embarrassing ON the BC?
I think many people are frustrated that they cant even know what grades this man received in HS or college and Mr. Obama seems to have deleted 20 to 30 years of his own history outside of his own book....why?

As for the Colonel with the lawsuit, Megyn you should have argued for him like you do the crazy judges sometimes. This OFFICER must, yes must, protect obey and defend the constitution above all else... and maybe he believes enough to do just that.

Megyn should have argued the case, not the birther topic. I was kinda looking forward to it.


p.s. O'Reilly, I do hope you based your reporting on more than a newspaper announcement. Those articles/announcements have him born at two different hospitals.

Christinewjc said...

Hey Mark,

It's nice to finally know your name! Thanks for all of your wonderful comments. GREAT point about the newspaper announcements and the fact that they couldn't even get the correct hospital straight!

The Post & Email blog has dozens of great articles about Obama's ineligibility. The author got some interesting information from Hawaii birth records.

Read this post:

The Post & Email: Okubo responds to public outcry for investigation

What is that one thing?

None of the surnames for a.k.a. Obama (i.e. surnames Payne, Dunham, Soetoro and Obama) are on any of the lists!

P.S. Sorry about the need to cut and paste. For some reason, I was not able to include the live links.