Saturday, January 10th, 2009 | Author:
  • What if an imposter from another country ran for the presidency and won?
  • What if the media blocked any news of his birthplace and citizenship?
  • What if the media censorship even blocked paid advertising that tried to expose it?
  • What if no one had the courage to challenge or verify it?
  • What if he was inaugurated illegally?
  • What if the military had to answer to a commander in chief who was illegitimate?
  • What if every law he signed was invalid?
  • What if every appointment he made was improper?
  • What if it all happened on our watch?

Janet Porter asks these questions on WorldNetDaily, and I think they are good questions, valid questions. But nobody seems to want to answer.

  • Obama staffers have refused to comment on the issue.
  • The Supreme Court thus far has refused to address the issue.
  • And now Porter says that national networks have refused to sell time for a 60-second commercial that does address the issue, including: CNBC, MSNBC, Headline News, CNN and Fox.

I’m not going to rant like a conspiracy nut because, frankly, it doesn’t do any good. But neither am I a national network, and my commercials are free. Here it is.

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  1. Ted says:

    The nation owes more than thanks to three unlikely modern day patriots: professional poker player, musician, and retired attorney, Leo Donofrio; life long Democrat and former Pennsylvania assistant attorney general, Phil Berg; and Soviet emigree and attorney, Dr. Orly Taitz (she’s also a dentist).

    While Mr. Donofrio painstakingly established the airtight case that BHO could not be an Article II “natural born citizen” (at BHO’s birth, dad was British/Kenyan, not American, citizen) Leo’s Stay of the 12/15/08 electoral college vote was denied by SCOTUS as procedurally unripe.

    Nevertheless, since no congressman and senator objected on 1/8/09 to Congress’ count and certification of the electoral vote which would have turned resolution of Obama’s eligibility issue over to Congress — rendering moot the Berg and Taitz (Lightfoot) cases — Berg finally does achieve standing on the issue of actual harm, to be addressed at the Friday 1/9/09 SCOTUS Conference on Writ of Certiorari. Obama’s failure to submit evidence of his constitutional qualification for the 1/9/09 conference will mean he cannot thereafter challenge Berg’s request to enjoin the 1/8/09 Congressional electoral count and certification, albeit retroactive, scheduled for SCOTUS conference Friday 1/16/09. Moreover, Chief Justice Roberts has scheduled a full Court conference on the Lightfoot case Friday 1/23/09 in the event there needs to be a Constitutionally mandated action, the Inauguration itself, to enjoin retroactively.

    Now that BHO is in checkmate and cannot be POTUS, he can be a patriot as well. He need not subject the nation to the expense and trauma of requiring SCOTUS to overrule his ‘Presidency’. BHO can and should voluntarily step down with Biden becoming Acting POTUS under the 20th Amendment, and under the agreement all potential claims by the Government for itself and on behalf of others against BHO are released.

  2. akaGaGa says:

    Ted, thanks so much for your summary and explanation. I was aware of the Donofrio and Berg suits, but I don’t speak “legalize” and was having difficulty following all the SCOTUS procedural stuff. You, obviously, don’t have that problem. :)

    I wouldn’t place any money on Obama stepping down, though. The man wants his throne.