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BAD BEHAVIOR ON ANY LEVEL DESERVES DISCIPLINE

August 15, 2010

Dear Editor,

Maj. Gen. Carla Hawley-Bowland was Fox News's "Power Player of the Week" in December 2009. How much of a "power player" is she now?

The following letter was sent to Maj. Gen. Hawley-Bowland, the commanding officer over Lt. Col. Lakin’s “superiors” who were overheard discussing tasering him and “throwing him in the van” so as to prevent him from speaking with his attorney or the press following his arraignment on August 6.

Dear Ms. Hawley-Bowland,

It has come to my attention you are already showing signs of “bad behavior” that is unbecoming of an officer of the U.S. military.  For future reference, do not hang up on a person who wishes to communicate their viewpoint to you.  If this keeps up, you will have to be disciplined.  You must learn to listen and be patient with people who disagree with you.  UCMJ 138 still means something.  You would be wise to remember that.

If this is how you are going to act this early into our national program, you are going to end up doing “your side” a grave disservice.

I am more than open to a real debate about whether or not, and under what circumstances “Barack Obama” might be considered a natural born Citizen.  Even though the preponderance of historical, legal and legislative evidence strongly suggests he is ineligible, there is still a debate to be had, Justice Thomas’s reluctance notwithstanding.

You still have an opportunity to put yourself on an even keel in this matter, Ms. Hawley-Bowland.  Failure to do so will only produce shame, embarrassment and ultimately, defeat for you.

I am not sure if you appreciate the scope of the audience you are dealing with.  This issue has been dragging through the courts for two years now.  Your abusive treatment of LTC Lakin, your threats of physical violence against a defendant in a military court, your rude behavior to a perfectly well-mannered civilian, all within mere days since your involvement in these proceedings, is just part of a larger legacy to which you appear to be blind.

Quiz question:  Would you think fewer people or more people would be familiar with the eligibility issue after two years?  You may be unfamiliar with the billboard campaigns, the number of blog sites, internet radio stations, and the number of internet-based news sites where this is an ongoing concern.  Moreover, a “rag” like The Globe with its considerable circulation has valiantly kept up the fight in its own way.  The latest is the social security numbers issue with “Barack Obama.”  I actually think there might be a reasonable explanation for having 18 different social security numbers, but it is probably a very embarrassing explanation.

So, just to remind you:  We pay your bills, we are watching you and you need to do better.

Sincerely,

Cort Wrotnowski

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  1. Ample evidence has been uncovered to support investigations if not charges for no less than one felony, document fraud. Title 18 part 1 chapter 47 sec § 1028. Fraud and related activity in connection with identification documents, authentication features, and information http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/html/uscode18/usc_sec_18_00001028—-000-.html

    All members of congress have been notified of numerous violations and the evidence in support of such violations. None have sought to formally open investigations on any of the violations charged. The DoJ has also been formally served. From the responses made by federal court justices who have commented then dismissed cases before them it is clear they have long had a knowlege and an awareness of these issues far greater than the average citizen. The FBI is also well aware and being informed of more day by day and it is their job to investigate government corruption yet no charges have yet surfaced and no apparent investigations are under way.

    USC Title 18 Chapter 1 sec. 4
    Whoever, having knowledge of the actual commission of a felony cognizable by a court of the United States, conceals and does not as soon as possible make known the same to some judge or other person in civil or military authority under the United States, shall be fined under this title or imprisoned not more than three years, or both. http://www.law.cornell.edu/uscode/uscode18/usc_sec_18_00000004—-000-.html

    For what it’s worth, there may not be a “court of the United States” remaining that upholds the constitution. The other possibility is that of all the cases brought not one was by a competent attorney. Which is it?

    Could the DoJ and FBI be witholding information and charges? Possibly but what are they waiting for, a catastrophe? My reading of the laws and the constitution has yet to uncover any language that states that a criminal ought to be given ample opportunity to violate as many as as offensive acts as possible before enforcing the laws. What other conclusion can be drawn but that there is no action planned? That leaves a final scenario in which after finally putting off any legitimate legal actions for four years that a sufficient power will have been established to face the finally outraged public in an attempt to lay hold to a power completely outside this nations law. It is hardly a Steven King thriller to suggest it since it has happened in other nations in the past.

  2. Cort is someone who tried to ask CT Secretary of the State, liberal progressive Susan Bysciwicz re: Obama’s eligibility and was denied access.
    ——————–
    Mrs. Rondeau replies: Yes, but about two months ago, Ms. Bysiewicz was termed “ineligible” by the Connecticut Supreme Court to run for Attorney General because she didn’t possess the constitutional qualifications to serve in that position. Nothing like poetic justice!

    1. I know, Sharon…Irony of ironies, eh??
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      Mrs. Rondeau replies: It was a bright spot during this very dark time in our history.

  3. Cort:

    A splendid reminder reminder from you – but it’s a shame that one is even needed. It seems that “our military” suffers from the same mind-poisoning that is afflicted by those paying too much attention (and giving too much credence) to the propaganda efforts of those outlets.

    Thanks also for your late 2008 efforts in the Supreme Court which came to naught. Those efforts were splendid and you are to be commended by anyone who believes in Constitutional law. Kudos, my man!

  4. It has already been hammered home to us, we the people, that our judicial system no longer upholds the United States Constitution. Its unanimous rulings, at every level, to deny American citizens ‘standing’ to question the legitimacy of the occupant of the White House, show just how corrupt the judiciary is and how low the judiciary has ‘sunk.’

    The judiciary would have us believe that the legitimacy of the White House occupant is so sacrosanct a concept as to be above the ‘pay grade’ of 330,000,000 citizens — no matter how many questions arise and how much evidence surfaces that all require a resolution to this unprecedented Constitutional crisis.

    Of course we already know how complicit the Congress has been in its failure to uphold the Constitution in the matter of determining the Constitutional eligibility of the occupant of the White House; but that is less of a surprise. We elected, and keep re-electing the corrupt legislators and we deserve what we get.

    Now however, we are about to see the military disavow the United States Constitution as well. In my considered opinion, Lt. Col. Lakin will be summarily denied his Constitutional ‘right’ to mount a defense to
    prove his innocence. He will be sequestered, hidden away from public view and denied his Constitutional day in court; until he is forgotten.

    If it is true that we do not have a legitimate president, everything that has transpired since January 20, 2009, is VOID. VOID would include all executive orders issued (especially that first one sealing all personal
    records from birth forward), legislation signed (including Obamacare), cabinet appointees, ‘czars’, rules and regulations issued by departments via ‘fiat’, and including but not limited to — two vacancies on the Supreme Court with illegitimate nominations that cannot be legitimately confirmed.

    The longer this issue festers the worse it becomes for us as a nation.

    The government in every branch has so far denied us, the people, our Constitutional Rights to a government by, of and for ‘the people!’ Lord help us in our time of desperate need.