- Law Cases
by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 5, 2010) —Governor Linda Lingle’s personal secretary received on Wednesday, a personal letter for the Governor, from the editor of this e-Newspaper, announcing the imminent arrival of thousands of letters of petition, demanding the release of Barack Hussein Obama II’s original vital records.
The letter was hand-delivered by a citizen-patriot who was visiting the State Capitol.
The text of the letter was as follows:
The Honorable Linda Lingle
Governor, State of Hawai`i
Honolulu, Hawai`i 96813
Dear Governor Lingle,
Please take note that The Post & Email, Inc. (an electronic newspaper which serves the general public by providing news about current events in the United States) launched a petition campaign on January 4 which seeks to petition the Hawai’i Government, requesting the release of Barack Hussein Obama’s vital records. This spring we plan to send to the State Capitol thousands of individual letters from our readers containing the text of the petition, which I quote below.
This petition will be sent to you, to your Lt. Governor, to Dr. Chiyome Fukino, to the Hawaii Attorney General, and to each member of your State Legislature. On behalf of all who will send such a petition, I respectfully ask you to grant our petition, which is so reasonable and so patriotic.
The Post & Email will be publicizing this petition and the response it receives from the Hawai’i State Government.
If you would like to address the concerns of those petitioning with an open letter to the readers of our e-Newspaper, rest assured that I would publish it, unedited.
[The Text of the Full Petition was then requoted in full.]
Mr. John Charlton
Founder & Editor
The Post & Email, Inc.
The petition is an historic undertaking intended to uphold the laws of this nation and the U.S. Constitution which call for only a “natural born Citizen” to serve as president. The level of integrity of the Hawaii government will be revealed based on its response to the petition. The Post & Email will be publishing shortly images of the delivery confirmations and return receipts confirming the reception of the first batch of petitions.
If any response is received by this e-Newspaper from Hawaii officials, we will also publish that.
If you signed the petition and receive any correspondence from a Hawaii Official in response to your letter of petition, please let this e-Newspaper know and consider allowing us to republish the correspondence you receive.
Anyone who has not yet signed the petition, please do so here. As the petition drive is ongoing, The Post & Email will be gathering signatures throughout the spring.
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Tags: Hawaii Petition Campaign