Will Newly-Elected Government Officials Act on the Obama Eligibility Question?

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January 12, 2011

Nancy Pelosi signed a Certification of Nomination in 2008 stating that Barack Obama and Joe Biden were constitutionally qualified to serve as President and Vice President, respectively, which was filed only in Hawaii. The other 49 states received a different Certification, also signed by Pelosi, without the "constitutionally eligible" wording.

Dear Editor:

I wrote the following letter to my Attorney General (Fl), Pam Bondi. Most AGs probably don’t know of Speaker Pelosi’s fraudulent Certification of Nomination. We can all write them and inform them of it.

Pam Bondi
Office of Attorney General State of Florida
The Capitol PL-01
Tallahassee, FL 32399-1050

Dear Attorney General Bondi,

I join the many others in wishing you the very best in your new position under Gov. Scott. We face many challenges and am confident that the right people are in place.

I read the informative letter sent to you by Spencer Connerat (thepostandemail.com) and have wondered why there seems to be no official interest in affirming the eligibility of Barack Obama as President of the United States. With the abundance of evidence showing a Kenyan birth, along with the more important fact that, by his own admission, that Pres. Obama is not a natural born citizen, I ask myself why the lack of interest?

Whatever the reason(s) are, the simple fact remains that Pres. Obama is not constitutionally qualified because he is not a natural born citizen. His father was never a U.S. citizen and his mother didn’t live long enough in the U.S. after her 14th birthday to confer citizenship to her son (Naturalization Act of 1940, revised 1952). She missed it by four months. So even if President Obama was born in Hawaii, he still isn’t eligible. Place of birth does not trump the citizenship of the parents.

The founders were deeply concerned that the highest position in the U.S be protected from the influence of foreign powers. It was John Jay who suggested to General George Washington that the Commander in Chief be a “natural born citizen.” http://puzo1.blogspot.com/2010/09/is-being-born-citizen-of-united-states.html. It doesn’t really matter where he was born. But it does matter what country in which his parents were citizens. His father was a British subject, born under the laws of the United Kingdom, a foreign power.

An Aug. 2010 CNN poll showed that 58% of Americans are not convinced that Pres. Obama was born in the U.S. They also believe that he has an agenda inconsistent with our Christian and Constitutional foundings.

In closing, I realize there isn’t much you can do other than perhaps call attention to the fact that the State of Florida received a fraudulent 2008 Official Certification of Nomination (OCON) from Speaker Pelosi without the usual wording “legally qualified under the provisions of the constitution,” which was included on the 2000 and 2004 DNC Certifications of Nominations for Gore and Kerry. In place of “legally qualified….” Speaker Pelosi substituted “duly nominated.” The Republican OCON did have “legally qualified…” Speaker Pelosi must have known that then Senator Obama was not constitutionally qualified because he was not a natural born citizen. That didn’t stop her from committing this fraud.


Jim Black

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