Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Is obama a FRAUD?

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Election Fraud Complaint Filed In SC

YES!

Has obama admitted he is a FRAUD?

YES!

Did obama sware he is a natural born citizen in Arizona.

YES!

Has obama admitted he was a dual citizen at birth?

Yes

Has obama defined the term natural born citizen?

Yes

Did obama affirm a natural born citizen is one whose parents were US citizens at the time of birth?

Yes

Has obama admitted he is a FRAUD?

Yes

Why is a FRAUD president of the US?

Because the DNC certified obama as qualified according to the US Constitution.

Has the DNC committed FRAUD?

Yes

Has obama produced evidence that would confirm and verify he is a US citizen?

No

Is there no verifiable evidence obama is a US citizen?

No

What about the certification of live birth obama has on his website, can't that be verified?

No

What about various statements by Hawaiian officals about obama's citizenship, can't these statements be verified in some way as fact?

No
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From Leo Donofrio's Blog:

“It is not disputed that Mr. Obama is not a citizen of the United States, but if he had the right to elect, he must have had something to choose between. He was native born because he was born in this country, and he is now a native born citizen because he is now a citizen of this country; but, had he been a “natural born” citizen, he would not have had the right to choose between this country and England; he would have had nothing to choose between; he would have owed his sole allegiance to the government of the United States, and there would have been no possible question, whether he found himself in the United States or in any other country in the world, that he would be called upon to show allegiance to any Government but that of the United States.”

The expression ‘citizen of the United States occurs in the clauses prescribing qualifications for Representatives, for Senators, and for President. In the latter, the term ‘natural born citizen’ is used and excludes all persons owing allegiance by birth to foreign states.

“If it was intended that anybody who was a citizen by birth should be eligible, it would only have been necessary to say, “no person, except a native-born citizen”; but the framers thought it wise, in view of the probable influx of European immigration, to provide that the president should at least be the child of citizens owing allegiance to the United States at the time of his birth. It may be observed in passing that the current phrase “native-born citizen” is well understood; but it is pleonasm and should be discarded; and the correct designation, “native citizen” should be substituted in all constitutional and statutory enactments, in judicial decisions and in legal discussions where accuracy and precise language are essential to intelligent discussion.”

Monday, April 26, 2010

States Question Obama's Identity

Keep in mind all of the fake talk from obama about the new state law in Arizona concerning illegal aliens is just deception to avoid talking about HB 2441 which requires obama to prove he is a natural born citizen before getting on the presidential ballot in Arizona. The elephant in the room is obama and his lack of any documentation that can be verified to prove he is an American citizen. Obama could not prove he is not an illegal alien in Arizona!
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4 more states, Florida, South Carolina, New Hampshire, and Indiana have joined Arizona in proposing bills requiring proof of Article II Eligibility for POTUS. Does this mean this is no longer a crazy, fringe conspiracy theory movement?

Snippets from Washington Independent; 'Birther' Conspiracy Roils GOP Campaigns - State Legislators, Party Strategists Keep Anti-Obama Rumors Alive -

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South Carolina-Bill 3389, freshman state Rep. Tommy Stringer has introduced legislation that would amend the state’s election code to make sure that “a candidate for President or Vice President of the United States may not have his name printed on a ballot in this State unless there is conclusive evidence that he is a natural born citizen of the United States.”...

A BILL

TO AMEND THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, 1976, BY ADDING SECTION 7-13-315 SO AS TO PROHIBIT THE NAME OF A CANDIDATE FOR PRESIDENT OR VICE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES BE PRINTED ON A BALLOT IN SOUTH CAROLINA UNLESS THERE IS SHOWN CONCLUSIVE PROOF THAT THE CANDIDATE IS A NATURAL BORN CITIZEN OF THE UNITED STATES.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of South Carolina:

SECTION 1. Article 3, Chapter 13, Title 7 of the 1976 Code is amended by adding:

"Section 7-13-315. (A) A candidate for President or Vice President of the United States may not have his name printed on a ballot in this State unless there is conclusive evidence that he is a natural born citizen of the United States.

(B) This section applies to a person, petitioner, or party placing the names of electors on the ballot."

SECTION 2. This act takes effect upon approval by the Governor.

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New Hampshire’s House bill 1245, mandates that “the names of the candidates shall not appear on the ballot unless the secretary of state has received certified copies of the birth certificates of the candidates.”

HB 1245 – VERSION ADOPTED BY BOTH BODIES

03Mar2010… 0353h

03Mar2010… 0595h

2010 SESSION

10-2043

03/09

HOUSE BILL 1245

AN ACT relative to declarations of candidacy and intent by presidential candidates.

SPONSORS: Rep. L. Christiansen, Hills 27

COMMITTEE: Election Law

AMENDED ANALYSIS

This bill modifies the declaration of candidacy and the declaration of intent to be filed by candidates for president by inserting the presidential qualifications contained in the United States Constitution.

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Explanation: Matter added to current law appears in bold italics.

Matter removed from current law appears [in brackets and struckthrough.]

Matter which is either (a) all new or (b) repealed and reenacted appears in regular type.

03Mar2010… 0353h

03Mar2010… 0595h

10-2043

03/09

STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE

In the Year of Our Lord Two Thousand Ten

AN ACT relative to declarations of candidacy and intent by presidential candidates.

Be it Enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Court convened:

1 Presidential Nominations; Declaration of Candidacy. Amend RSA 655:47, I to read as follows:

I. The names of any persons to be voted upon as candidates for president at the presidential primary shall be printed on the ballots upon the filing of declarations of candidacy with the secretary of state in the following form and signed by the candidate:

I, _______________, swear under penalties of perjury that I am qualified to be a candidate for president of the United States pursuant to article II, section 1, clause 4 of the United States Constitution, which 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; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident within the United States.” I further declare that I am domiciled in __________, in the city (or town or unincorporated place) of _______________, county of __________, state of __________, [and meet the qualifications for the office of president;] that I am a registered member of the __________ party; that I am a candidate for nomination for the office of president to be made at the primary election to be held on the __________ day of __________; and I hereby request that my name be printed on the official primary ballot of said __________ party as a candidate for such nomination.

2 Declarations of Intent; Presidential Candidates. Amend RSA 655:17-b, II to read as follows:

II. I, __________, swear under penalties of perjury that I am qualified to be a candidate for president of the United States pursuant to article II, section 1, clause 4 of the United States Constitution, which 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; neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained to the age of thirty-five years, and been fourteen years a resident within the United States.” I further declare that I am domiciled in the city (or town or unincorporated place) of __________, county of __________, state of __________, and am a qualified voter therein; that I intend to be a candidate for the office of __________ to be chosen at the general election to be held on the __________ day of __________; and I intend to file nomination papers by the deadline established under RSA 655:43. I further declare that, if qualified as a candidate for said office, I shall not withdraw; and that, if elected, I shall be qualified for and shall assume the duties of said office.

3 Effective Date. This act shall take effect 60 days after its passage.

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Indiana’s Senate bill 82, grapples with the legal standing issue that has vexed “birthers,” granting the right to challenge qualifications to “a registered voter of the jurisdiction conducting the election.”... .

Second Regular Session 116th General Assembly (2010)


PRINTING CODE. Amendments: Whenever an existing statute (or a section of the Indiana Constitution) is being amended, the text of the existing provision will appear in this style type, additions will appear in this style type, and deletions will appear in this style type.
Additions: Whenever a new statutory provision is being enacted (or a new constitutional provision adopted), the text of the new provision will appear in this style type. Also, the word NEW will appear in that style type in the introductory clause of each SECTION that adds a new provision to the Indiana Code or the Indiana Constitution.
Conflict reconciliation: Text in a statute in this style type or this style type reconciles conflicts between statutes enacted by the 2009 Regular and Special Sessions of the General Assembly.

SENATE BILL No. 82


A BILL FOR AN ACT to amend the Indiana Code concerning elections.

Be it enacted by the General Assembly of the State of Indiana:

SOURCE: IC 3-8-1-2; (10)SB0082.1.1. --> SECTION 1. IC 3-8-1-2 IS AMENDED TO READ AS FOLLOWS [EFFECTIVE JULY 1, 2010]: Sec. 2. (a) The commission, a county election board, or a town election board shall act if a candidate (or a person acting on behalf of a candidate in accordance with state law) has filed any of the following:
(1) A declaration of candidacy under IC 3-8-2 or IC 3-8-5.
(2) A request for ballot placement in a presidential primary under IC 3-8-3.
(3) A petition of nomination or candidate's consent to nomination under IC 3-8-6.
(4) A certificate of nomination under IC 3-8-5, IC 3-8-7, IC 3-10-2-15, or IC 3-10-6-12.
(5) A certificate of candidate selection under IC 3-13-1 or IC 3-13-2.
(6) A declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate under IC 3-8-2-2.5.
(7) A contest to the denial of certification under IC 3-8-6-12. (b) The commission has jurisdiction to act under this section with regard to any filing described in subsection (a) that was made with the election division. Except for a filing under the jurisdiction of a town election board, a county election board has jurisdiction to act under this section with regard to any filing described in subsection (a) that was made with the county election board, county voter registration office, or the circuit court clerk. A town election board has jurisdiction to act under this section with regard to any filing that was made with the county election board, the county voter registration office, or the circuit court clerk for nomination or election to a town office.
(c) Except as provided in subsection (e), before the commission or election board acts under this section, a registered voter of the election district that a candidate seeks to represent jurisdiction conducting an election that includes on the ballot the office for which a candidate has made a filing described in subsection (a) must file a sworn statement with the election division or election board:
(1) questioning the eligibility of a the candidate to seek the office; and
(2) setting forth the facts known to the voter concerning this question.
(d) The eligibility of a write-in candidate or a candidate nominated by a convention, petition, or primary may not be challenged under this section if the commission or board determines that all of the following occurred:
(1) The eligibility of the candidate was challenged under this section before the candidate was nominated.
(2) The commission or board conducted a hearing on the affidavit before the nomination.
(3) This challenge would be based on substantially the same grounds as the previous challenge to the candidate.
(e) Before the commission or election board can consider a contest to the denial of a certification under IC 3-8-6-12, a candidate (or a person acting on behalf of a candidate in accordance with state law) must file a sworn statement with the election division or election board:
(1) stating specifically the basis for the contest; and
(2) setting forth the facts known to the candidate supporting the basis for the contest.
(f) Upon the filing of a sworn statement under subsection (c) or (e), the commission or election board shall determine the validity of the questioned:
(1) declaration of candidacy;
(2) declaration of intent to be a write-in candidate; (3) request for ballot placement under IC 3-8-3;
(4) petition of nomination;
(5) certificate of nomination;
(6) certificate of candidate selection issued under IC 3-13-1-15 or IC 3-13-2-8; or
(7) denial of a certification under IC 3-8-6-12.
(g) The commission or election board shall deny a filing if the commission or election board determines that the candidate has not complied with the applicable requirements for the candidate set forth in the Constitution of the United States, the Constitution of the State of Indiana, or this title.

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Arizona House bill 2441, titled: presidential candidates; proof of qualifications

REFERENCE TITLE: presidential candidates; proof of qualifications

State of Arizona

House of Representatives

Forty-ninth Legislature

Second Regular Session

2010

HB 2441



Introduced by

Representatives Burges, Ash, Barnes, Biggs, Gowan, Hendrix, Lesko, Mason, Montenegro, Seel, Williams, Senators Gray C, Gray L, Harper, Pearce R: Representatives Antenori, Barto, Boone, Court, Crump, Driggs, Goodale, Jones, Kavanagh, Konopnicki, McComish, McLain, Nichols, Pratt, Reagan, Stevens, Tobin, Weiers JP, Yarbrough, Senators Allen S, Gorman, Huppenthal, Melvin, Nelson, Verschoor

AN ACT

amending section 16-507, Arizona Revised Statutes; relating to conduct of elections.

Be it enacted by the Legislature of the State of Arizona:

Section 1. Section 16-507, Arizona Revised Statutes, is amended to read:

START_STATUTE16-507. Presentation of presidential electors on ballot; notice; affidavit; verification

A. When presidential electors are to be voted for, the candidates therefor of each party shall be grouped and printed together, arranged in each group in alphabetical order, and the entire group of electors of each party shall be enclosed in a scroll or bracket to the right and opposite the center on which shall be printed in bold type the surname of the presidential candidate represented. To the right of and on a line with the surname shall be placed a square in which the voter may indicate his the voter's choice by a mark as defined in section 16‑400, and one mark opposite a group of presidential electors shall be counted as a vote for each elector in such group.

B. The national political party committee for a candidate for president for a party that is entitled to continued representation on the ballot shall provide to the secretary of state written notice of that political party's nomination of its candidates for president and vice‑president. Within ten days after submittal of the names of the candidates, the national political party committee shall submit an affidavit of the presidential candidate in which the presidential candidate states the candidate's citizenship and age and shall append to the affidavit documents that prove that the candidate is a natural born citizen, prove the candidate's age and prove that the candidate meets the residency requirements for President of the United States as prescribed in article II, section 1, Constitution of the United States.

C. The secretary of state shall review the affidavit and other documents submitted by the national political party committee and, if the secretary of state has reasonable cause to believe that the candidate does not meet the citizenship, age and residency requirements prescribed by law, the secretary of state shall not place that candidate's name on the ballot.

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Before obama was nominated he signed a resolution describing himself as ineligible to be president.

Obama defines the term natural born citizen

Obama committed fraud in Arizona before taking office by swearing he was a natural born citizen Obama commits fraud in Arizona

Obama commits fraud in Arizona before the election

A NOTARIZED AFFIDAVIT SIGNED BY OBAMA SWEARING AND CERTIFYING HE IS A NATURAL BORN CITIZEN. HIS SIGNATURE IS ON THIS DOCUMENT TESTIFYING HE IS “A NATURAL BORN U.S. CITIZEN.”

This document is "the smoking gun" because it is HIS word that he is a NATURAL BORN US CITIZEN. He says “i do solemnly swear he is a natural u.s. born citizen”.