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February 29, 2012

 


Time to support Arpaio’s posse


Time is truly running out.

Barack Obama’s constitutional qualifications for the presidency have never been investigated by any law-enforcement agency.

Until now.

But that investigation by Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s “Cold Case Posse” could easily be derailed for lack of financial support coupled with attacks being launched against his office by Obama’s Justice Department.

That’s why it is imperative for every American who questions the very legality of Obama’s reign and his efforts at re-election to support Arpaio’s probe in a tangible way – no matter how small.

Let me tell you why I think it’s important and why I am personally making a donation to this cause.

On the very face of it, Obama is not eligible to be president. Every action he has taken under the color of authority as president should be repealed, negated and voided. If we take him at his word and accept at face value the evidence he has provided about his birth, he is simply not a “natural born citizen,” as documented in Jerome Corsi’s authoritative and best-selling book, “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” The man he claims as his father was a Kenyan national visiting student who would have conferred foreign citizenship upon his son. The very purpose and intent of the “natural born citizen” clause of the Constitution’s requirements for the presidency was to avoid any such perceptions of divided loyalty.

Worse yet, there are very grave doubts about whether his biological father was who he claims. All of Obama’s biographical tales about this relationship have been called into question by the actual evidence.

Then we have the problem of Obama’s apparent adoption by his mother’s second husband, Lolo Soetoro, an Indonesian foreign national. Obama’s name was changed to Soetoro and he moved to Indonesia with his stepfather, registering for school as an Indonesian citizen. Such an adoption would have required the destruction of the original birth certificate and the issuance of a new one showing Soetoro as Obama’s actual birth father. That’s the way adoption law works in Hawaii and most other states. So why didn’t that take place? Why was his adoption not recorded? And if it was simply never reported to Hawaiian authorities, does it in anyway change the facts?

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Then we have the problem of the birth document itself. It was only released last April in response to the impending release of Corsi’s devastating book, which had hit the No. 1 best-seller position. But is it genuine? To date, there is nearly 100 percent agreement among qualified forensics investigators and document experts that it is not.

What I am saying might be very shocking. It might even sound a tad bizarre given the fact that the national media treats it as such. But what I have stated here is completely factual and well documented.

In other words, the man occupying the White House today and seeking re-election next year is a political enigma, an unknown quantity, completely unvetted and certainly not eligible to serve under the Constitution’s simple, straightforward requirements for office.

It is into this amazing and dangerous scenario that Sheriff Joe Arpaio fearlessly steps, backed only by his own “Cold Case Posse” of volunteer investigators.

They represent what is probably America’s last chance to salvage the integrity of the Constitution for all time.

Trust me, both political parties consider the Constitution a dead letter on the matter of presidential eligibility right now and both are actively shopping candidates for president and vice president who are not qualified.

No court has looked at this matter. No government agency has. No law enforcement agency has.

Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s “Cold Case Posse” is likely our last chance to get to the truth about Obama and to restore constitutional integrity to our political system.

That’s why I urge you to make a donation to this active investigation right now – no matter the amount. If everyone who reads this appeal gave the minimum amount of $5, it would raise millions, far more than the necessary resources to get the job done and the truth about Obama out.

Can you make your contribution right now?

Time is truly running out.

Joseph Farah
Editor and Chief Executive Officer
WND.com
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a letter from Newt…

February 29, 2012
, 2012  •   Vol. 7, No. 9
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No Apologies
by Newt Gingrich

Dear Fellow Conservative,

President Obama’s apologies keep getting more outrageous and more destructive.

They started in the summer of 2008, before he was even elected president. Then-Senator Obama travelled to Berlin to introduce himself as “a citizen of the world,” and said, “I know my country has not perfected itself…We’ve made our share of mistakes, and there are times when our actions around the world have not lived up to our best intentions.”

Next came the Apology Tour of 2009, when President Obama travelled to France to apologize for our “failure to appreciate Europe‘s leading role in the world,” saying “America has shown arrogance and been dismissive, even derisive.” (It’s hard to know where to begin with that one.)

He told the Turkish Parliament that “the United States is still working through some of our own darker periods in our history.”

He apologized to Central and South America for the United States having “at times been disengaged and…having sought to dictate on our terms.”

In Cairo, he explained American actions after the Sept. 11 Attacks by saying, “The fear and anger that it provoked was understandable, but in some cases, it led us to act contrary to our ideals,” and said tensions between the U.S. and Muslim world were due in part to “a cold war in which Muslim-majority countries were often treated as proxies without regard to their own aspirations.”

An illegally leaked diplomatic cable from Japan to the U.S. even seems to suggest President Obama wanted to visit Hiroshima to apologize for the atomic bombing during World War II, until Japan nixed the idea.

For all this apologizing the president was rewarded with a Nobel Peace Prize, but his actions weakened the United States diplomatically and made America less secure.

As damaging as President Obama’s compulsion to apologize has been, however, it was not until last week that we saw its true potential to put American lives and military objectives at risk. By apologizing unnecessarily to Afghan President Hamid Karzai for the inadvertent burning by U.S. forces of Korans which had been confiscated from imprisoned extremists, the president made the situation in Afghanistan even worse.

Apparently the prisoners were writing in the books—and the books were inadvertently burned with the military’s trash outside Bagram Air Base, where they were spotted during the incineration process by local Afghans.

The violence that has erupted in Afghanistan in response to this mishap has been completely disproportionate. Riots and protests across the country have resulted in more than 30 people killed and hundreds injured. At least four Americans have died in targeted attacks since the crisis began. In one incident, an Afghan official apparently murdered his counterparts in the U.S. military, inside a base.

Instead of the United States treating this issue as it was—an accident, not reflective of any American policy or attitude—our leaders behaved as though the protests were based on a legitimate grievance. Afghanistan received apologies from “Afghanistan commander Gen. John Allen, the White House, NATO’s International Security Assistance Force and other Pentagon officials,” as Fox News reported.

The United States apologized for this accidental disposal even though the military intentionally burned a significant number of Bibles in 2009 that had been sent unsolicited from an American church, on the fear that “if they did get out, it could be perceived by Afghans that the U.S. government or the U.S. military was trying to convert Muslim.” Clearly there’s no endemic lack of sensitivity in the military leadership.

Yet finally, on Thursday, President Obama apparently could resist no longer. He wrote President Karzai a letter in which he expressed his “deep regret,” offered his “sincere apologies,” and promised to “take appropriate steps to avoid any recurrence, to include holding accountable those responsible.”

Tens of thousands of American men and women are in Afghanistan fighting to maintain security and prop up President Karzai’s government. Thousands of American and coalition troops have died. Four have been killed as a result of the protests. And President Obama is promising to “hold accountable those responsible” for the unintentional burning of a few books prisoners were themselves desecrating to pass messages.

The president’s letter is outrageous, and he first owes an apology to the men and women in uniform for his failure as commander-in-chief to defend their honor. What’s worse, he may have made their jobs even more dangerous. By apologizing he inflamed the sense that Afghans had been wronged and gave anti-American forces there the message that their violent, senseless protests were achieving something. It might come as a surprise to the president, but not all of his apologies win people over. Most of the time, they just make America look weak.

There’s no doubt that President Obama has a lot to apologize for. But before he continues diminishing the United States on the world stage, he should start by apologizing to the American people.

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