MAJ. GEN. PAUL VALLELY: “YOU CAN TEST THE WATERS ON THIS”
by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 24, 2011) — In an email exchange with Maj. Gen. Paul E. Valley (Ret.) of the StandUpAmerica blog and former Fox News military analyst, a citizen asked the general of Donald Trump, “Are you saying here that you are willing to run with him? If so, can this be posted publicly? Certainly wanted to ask before doing it. What a wonderful ticket it would be!”
And the general answered:
Yes..you can test the waters on this. It has been suggested by others
MG US Army (Ret)
The email continued:
AS I’M SURE YOU KNOW BY NOW, DONALD TRUMP HAS FORCEFULLY CALLED FOR OBAMA TO SHOW THE REAL BIRTH CERTIFICATE TWICE THIS WEEK AND JUST YESTERDAY ON THE VIEW. http://obamareleaseyourrecords.blogspot.com/2011/03/donald-trump-on-abcs-view-defends.html
Contact Donald Trump — Let’s give him the ammunition with which to come back on the air and say that he has heard more about this issue than any other in his lifetime!
To get in touch with the Trump Organization, you can write to 725 Fifth Avenue, New York, New York 10022. You can also call them at 212-832-2000 or fax them at 212-935-0141.
I think faxes might be the best (because it leaves the paper trail), but please do what you can, even if it is the phone call.
Update, March 25, 2011: From a citizen email: TO SEND A THANK YOU TO DONALD TRUMP FOR SPEAKING OUT & CALLING FOR THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE, THIS IS THE WAY HIS OFFICE WANTS IT DONE
THEY RECOMMENDED GOING TO THIS WEBSITE www.shouldtrumprun.com and posting your support for his statements there. To do that go to the “Contact Us” bar along the top and that will give you the box within which to post your comment. Please take the 1-2 minutes it takes to do it and send this to your email friends to ask them also. Thanks.
Donald Trump has been invited to speak at the Lincoln Day Dinner to be held in June by the Iowa Republican Party. He appeared on ABC’s “The View” yesterday and stated emphatically that Barack Hussein Obama should present his “birth certificate.” Trump also described himself as a “very conservative Republican.”
One of the panelists on “The View” brought up the issue of race to Trump following his demand for Obama to make his birth document public, after which Trump replied, “Has nothing to do with that.”
Trump also stated that no one from Obama’s grade school years seems to remember him, and that “there’s something on that birth certificate that he doesn’t like.”
Maj. Gen. Vallely is a former Fox News military analyst and author of the series “The Battle for America” as well as several books on military strategy. He is an avid researcher of the Middle East. He is co-founder with Brigitte Gabriel of Veteran Defenders of America, which asks that “all able-bodied veterans to join Veteran Defenders in an alliance to ensure our freedoms. REMEMBER, we ALL can contribute some of our skilled training, in some small way. Over 18 million strong, we are a valuable and frequently overlooked resource to our nation.”
His columns are published at Family Security Matters and The Post & Email as well as StandUpAmerica.
BREAKING NEWS: It has just been announced at Human Events that Michele Bachmann, congresswoman from Minnesota, will seek the presidency for 2012. Bachmann has recently stated that she would show her long-form birth certificate if she were to seek the highest office in the land. In an interview with George Stephanopoulos, Bachmann did not unequivocally state that Barack Hussein Obama is a U.S. citizen or a “natural born Citizen.” Rather, she said, “When the president makes his statements I think they need to stand for their own.”
Update, March 25, 2011: The New York Times is reporting today that Bachmann “leaked out the possibility” that she might run for President.
After a continual blackout on the subject since its inception almost three years ago on the internet, Fox News’s Sean Hannity and Greta van Susteren aired the video of Donald Trump stating that Obama should show his birth certificate. Van Susteren had briefly blogged about the eligibility issue in October 2008 after first stating that it was “a waste of keyboard time.”