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by Millard J. Blanchard

Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp has set March 6, 2012 as the primary date in his state

(Nov. 20, 2011) — The following letter has been sent to Georgia Secretary of State Brian P. Kemp, who is in charge of certifying elections results:

Secretary of State Kemp, by FAX:

You have posted Barak Obama as the sole Democrat candidate for president on the Georgia primary ballot.  The DNC is somewhat lax in vetting their presidential candidates for qualifications: i.e. in most states they don’t.

The U. S. Constitution, which you swore an oath to uphold and defend requires presidential candidates to be natural born citizens; Art II, Sec. 1.

Georgia O.C.G.A. 21-2-130(4) defers to the rules of a political party for nomination for president.  Since the DNC does not have any obvious rules pertaining to the qualifications of their candidate, it would follow that this responsibility falls to you since you are a sworn defender of the Constitution and the Constitution is very specific where presidential candidates are concerned.

Minor v. Happersett and United States v. Wong Kim Ark offer conclusive evidence in SCOTUS opinions as to the meaning of natural born citizen…  And the Constitution and Founders were clear in their intent that presidents were created from citizen parents which Barak Obama’s father was not.

For you to continue with Barak Obama on our Georgia ballot would make you complicit in crimes against the Constitution.  Crimes against the Constitution are very serious charges.  I ask that you remove Obama from the ballot to avoid continuing rancor amongst the Georgia electorate and possible litigation against you.

                                                                                                                     For the Republic,

                                                                                                                     M. J. Blanchard

cc:  Attorney General Olens. media, grassroots


Editor’s Note:  When Kemp set the date for the Georgia primary, he stated:

My decision to hold Georgia’s presidential preference primary on March 6, 2012 protects the interests of Georgia voters. By holding our presidential primary election on March 6, 2012 we can ensure that the voices of Georgia voters are heard and are relevant in the presidential candidate nomination process.”

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