HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES RECITES THE ELIGIBILITY CLAUSE BUT WON’T INVESTIGATE OBAMA’S QUALIFICATIONS
January 7, 2011
The following letter was sent to Speaker of the House John Boehner today:
Dear Speaker Boehner:
In referrence to your interview with Brian Williams about the birth place of Obama: No evidence has been discovered that he was born in Hawaii. ALL evidence shows that he was born in Kenya, son of a British citizen. His Kenyan grandmother says that she was present at his birth in Mombasa.
When Obama was a teen living in Hawaii, he made the statement to a soldier that he was born in Kenya. His wife Michelle, has said that Kenya is his home place. A member of Kenyan parliament said that he is one of their own, and there are plans to put up a marker at his birth place.
His mother was too young to give him citizenship. He was adopted by his stepfather and was an Indonesian citizen.
If the Constitution is important to you, then you MUST face this issue.
The first, and most important issue facing this country is the eligibility of the person holding the highest office of our land, the president.
As a natural born citizen of the United States, I am asking you to uphold the Constitution which you have sworn to uphold, and launch an investigation into the eligibility of Obama to occupy the highest office in our country, the presidency.
Lorene B Randolph
Sharon Rondeau has operated The Post & Email since April 2010, focusing on the Obama birth certificate investigation and other government corruption news. She has reported prolifically on constitutional violations within Tennessee’s prison and judicial systems.