“PEOPLE FOUGHT AND DIED…”
by OPOVV, ©2012, Presidential Candidate
(Jul. 22, 2012) — For those of you who’ve been paying attention, the United States of America ended on January 20, 2009, the day of the inauguration of a non-US citizen who did not meet the requirements for the office of president according to the Constitution. And just in case anybody missed it, the point was driven home when LTC Terry Lakin was denied the ability to present a defense at his Court Martial* for fear of “embarrassing the president.”
For those of you who haven’t been paying attention, I feel truly sorry for your ignorance and what a devastating shock you’ll have when you discover that you backed the wrong horse in the wrong race at the wrong track: Obama as a Democrat in the 2008 election. Obama, or whoever he’s calling himself today, ran as a Kennedy Democrat when in fact he’s a Muslim Communist and was ushered into the White House due to the biggest fraud ever perpetrated upon the American people. The fact that he was on the ballot in 2008 in the first place should give us all pause for grave concern; that is, if you care if America even has a future.
Many Americans don’t care about America. They see America as the “Bad Guy,” conveniently ignoring the fact that we’ve been the beacon of freedom to the world for over 200 years. These same Americans fail to equate government intrusion to diminishing Civil Rights, again ignoring the whole history of mankind, from Genesis through America’s Civil War, the Civil Rights Act to the present day. Each of us, regardless of creed or sex, has benefited from the actions of those who fought the fight for freedom.
The courts have turned a blind eye to the truth, which is that each and every citizen of our country has a vested interest in the well-being of America, the future being assured of the opportunity in the pursuit of happiness, however one sees fit, as long as the rights of others are not infringed upon. Each and every citizen, therefore, has “standing” as to whether or not his or her president is qualified to secure his or her future safety.
There can be no greater calamity than a person turning on the support of freedom shared equally, advocating the destruction of the belief that we are all equal before God and before the Scales of Justice. Unfortunately, there are many Americans who fail to grasp the danger that we are all in. Detractors always attack the messenger, never the message. “I support the Constitution” is savagely turned into a racist remark and the offender is labeled a “Birther,” when in fact nothing could be farther from the truth.
Which brings us to the point of this editorial: TRUTH. There is the truth that qualifications matter, and that is the crux of the whole exercise. It has been 3 ½ years since Obama became a federal employee holding the office as President, and he has yet to be vetted. All indications are that Obama is not even a US citizen. Forget the bogus “born in Hawaii” nonsense, which makes EVERYTHING he has done to America NULL and VOID. EVERYTHING.
We must, as a people, as responsible citizens, set the record straight. We owe it to past generations, and we certainly owe it to future generations, to give them the Freedoms as our fathers and forefathers gave us. How we do this is of no consequence; what is of consequence is that it must be done, and we must do it.
*I’ve written a number of editorials about the LAKIN COURT MARTIAL, and I would be remiss if I didn’t, once again, stress that denying LTC Terry Lakin the opportunity to present a defense was the single most devastating blow that our Constitution has ever suffered. People fought and died to give Terry Lakin the very right that he was denied. The day that Lakin was sentenced, Dec. 16, 2010, was the day that our Constitution was laid to rest after having died on January, 20, 2009.
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.