NH Attorney General afraid to speak with Rappaport?


by John Charlton

(Oct. 29, 2009) —After 6 weeks of waiting for a response from the state Attorney General, with no action taken, New Hampshire Representative Laurence M. Rappaport asked to meet with the AG, Michael A. Delaney, to request that he take action on his concerns that Election Fraud had been committed in the state during the 2008 Presidential Election.

Rappaport was scheduled to met with Delaney Tuesday, at 3 PM. A summary of events leading up to that meeting was published yesterday, by The Post & Email.

However, Tuesday at noon, Delaney cancelled the meeting for “personal reasons.”

Rappaport issued this message to his constituents and supporters:

I went to Concord on Tuesday expressly to meet with Michael Delaney, the New Hampshire Attorney General.  The following day the Legislature was to have a “Veto vote” (which we did).  About half way down there, I checked my cellular phone messages and found that Mr. Delaney was cancelling our meeting due to personal reasons.  I went anyway and spoke to his secretary and we agreed to reschedule when I was next in Concord since Concord, NH is about 3 hours south of me by car.  I believe I will be there around November 20th and will try to make arrangements around that time.

Our Legislature meets in regular session from January 1 until June 30th, and rarely meets in the second half of the year.  I am planning on attending a meeting of the Power Line Commission regarding improvements to the “Coos Loop”, a matter of concern to many of my constituents.

My concerns about President Obama revolve around these points:

1.  My understanding of “natural born” is that one must have two American citizens as parents.  Mr. Obama, in his book, says that his father was Kenyan.  This is my primary concern.

2.  Mr. Obama travelled to Pakistan when that country was on our “enemies” list and travel there was forbidden.  Under which passport did he travel?

3.  Mr. Obama attended a school in Indonesia which did not accept foreigners.  Was he an Indonesian and did he subsequently renounce that citizenship?

4.  Where was Mr. Obama born and from whom did he obtain citizenship?  If it was his mother and if she was outside the US, was she old enough to confer citizenship?

There are other reasons, of course, but if any of the above are questionable, were there the requisite qualifications for Mr. Obama to run for election in New Hampshire?  I am not an attorney nor can I prove the answers to the above, but it appears to me that there is a possible case of fraud and I believe that should be investigated.  That is what I will discuss with Mr. Delaney when we finally meet

0 Responses to "NH Attorney General afraid to speak with Rappaport?"

  1. ramjet767   Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 11:16 PM

    Another thing to point out. Ask the Attorney General to compare the certification document received from the DNC for Obama and that he should compare it to the certification document from the RNC for McCain. Point out the difference in wording and the omission of the statement that Obama is eligible per the Constitution on the DNC’s version. Ask him to investigate why the DNC omits the statement that Obama is eligible under the constitution for the office he was seeking.


  2. Rivet   Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 10:30 PM

    Here give NH Rep. Rappaport this information, it should cut through all the crap. Where is the FBI to arrest this imposter now!!


  3. 12th Generation AMERICAN   Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 8:08 PM

    I’m sure we can raise enough money to transport Mr. Rappaport to Concord a lot sooner than November 20th?!?!?!?
    Mr. Charlton replies: It’s not a question of money or any incapacity on Mr. Rappaports part; its a question of the AG making time for a State Representative and doing his duty.

    The Post & Email has attempted to get some answer out of the NH SOS and never got one; may be a few letters, emails and faxes to the NH AG will get him to do something!

  4. JJ   Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 7:23 PM

    I would think if the scheduled appointment is cancelled again, red flags would be raised for Rep. Rappaport; also, I emailed the representative to express the country’s support for addressing this issue…….many congresscritters are ignoring it.

    Representative Rappaport, we thank you for your attention in this matter.
    God bless you.

  5. zachjonesishome   Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 5:46 PM

    What about sitting up a video conference meeting?

    One that is recorded of course.

    This is an important issue that must be resolved.


  6. TZ   Thursday, October 29, 2009 at 4:57 PM

    Someone should look up & find this Michael Delaney & see what is going on… seems like he is ducking out. I sure hope Mr Rappaport does not let this go… this is more garbage to avoid the duties of office to represent the people.

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