IS THAT WHY THE MEETING WAS CANCELED?
by Sharon Rondeau
(Nov. 22, 2011) — The man known as Barack Hussein Obama II will be in the Granite State today following a meeting last Friday, November 18, of the New Hampshire Ballot Law Commission at which Atty. Orly Taitz presented evidence that he is not eligible to be placed on ballots and may be guilty of fraud and forgery. Taitz stated in her complaint that Obama is using a social security number which was never assigned to him through legal means.
Obama is scheduled to visit Central High School in Nashua, a city close to the Massachusetts border, and is expected to talk about his proposed “jobs” bill. Obama won the majority of votes in New Hampshire in 2008, although the mainstream press is now calling voters there “skeptical.” The same article is reproduced in various newspapers on the topic, although The Modesto Bee had an original report, as did Bloomberg News.
None of the articles mentioned the question of Obama’s constitutional eligibility to serve as president or to run again, nor do they mention the hearing of the Ballot Law Commission last Friday which raised the issue. A meeting of the New Hampshire Speaker of the House and several representatives had been scheduled for today but was canceled last night allegedly for “schedule conflicts,” although a later email stated that Speaker William O’Neill would be cooperating with an investigation of several representatives’ “conduct” during the Commission’s hearing.
There were no reports of anyone being hurt or threatened before, during or after the Ballot Law Commission hearing, but the commissioners who decided that Obama’s name would remain on the ballot by virtue of his completion of the required form and payment of the requisite $1,000 fee were called “traitors” by some in attendance.
New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney had been made aware of questions surrounding Obama’s eligibility three years ago but chose to do nothing about it. Likewise, Secretary of State William Gardner, who has held his position since 1976, stated that “his authority to act had lapsed after an election.”
But what about the upcoming 2012 election?
Mitt Romney, one of the Republican presidential candidates, will launch television advertisements today in advance of New Hampshire’s primary on January 10, 2012. Two Democrat pollsters have suggested that Obama should drop out of the presidential race so that a more favorable Democrat candidate might win.