Kansas Weighing Omitting Obama’s Name from November Ballot


by Sharon Rondeau

Kris Kobach is Kansas Secretary of State has held a meeting regarding the ballot challenges to several candidates on the state ballot, including to Barack Hussein Obama

(Sep. 14, 2012) — A State Objections Board met on Thursday to deliberate on whether or not Barack Hussein Obama’s name should appear on the Kansas ballot for November after a resident of Manhattan, KS filed a challenge to his candidacy.  Objections to other candidates for various state and federal positions were also discussed.

The objection to Obama and Biden was issued as a tweet from the Secretary of State’s office on September 12.

Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State, has been criticized for allegedly making campaign contributions through a political action committee established by Kobach in February.  Kobach has said that he believed that that the objection about Obama is “not frivolous.”

The Objections Board has decided to request more information about Obama’s birthplace, which is the basis of the objector’s complaint regarding his eligibility.  While news reports state that Obama’s mother was from Kansas, an investigative team working through the Maricopa County, AZ Sheriff’s Office stated that there is no proof that “Stanley Ann Dunham” and “Barack Hussein Obama Sr.” were Obama’s biological parents.  Recently lead investigator Mike Zullo returned to Hawaii to further his investigation and afterward said that  no evidence exists that Obama was even present in Hawaii during his early years.

Kobach is reportedly seeking Obama’s original birth record from Hawaii.  In May, Arizona Secretary of State Ken Bennett sought a letter of verification from the Hawaii Department of Health about the details of Obama’s alleged birth and was stonewalled for two months before receiving an electronic document and follow-up hard-copy document verifying the information which Bennett had asked to be verified.  However, the form number indicated on the Verification Letter is not found cataloged on the Department of Health’s website.

At two previous press conferences on March 1 and July 17, respectively, Zullo and Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio had stated that the image purported to be Obama’s long-form birth certificate is a “computer-generated forgery.”  The White House has not addressed the claim, nor independent claims that the Social Security number he is using is fraudulent.  Arpaio’s Cold Case Posse also found that the Selective Service registration form bearing Obama’s name and information is also a forgery.

In a recent interview with Rick Wiles of TruNews, Zullo indicated that he is investigating whether or not a connection exists between a baby born on August 4, 1961 in Hawaii and the birth certificate number allegedly assigned to Obama, which is out of order with those of two twins born the following day in Honolulu.  A researcher working in collaboration with The Post & Email two years ago traveled to Hawaii and found “Virginia Sunahara” in both the Birth Index and Death Index, but when her brother attempted to obtain a certified copy of her long-form birth certificate last year, the Hawaii Department of Health denied his request in court.  The brother was given only a short-form certification from the Health Department which bore a number far out of sequence with those of the Nordyke twins, to which Zullo referred in his interview.

Zullo told Mark Gillar of the Tea Party Power Hour that Hawaii Deputy General Jill Nagamine said that Virginia Sunahara’s original record could not be released because it was “old and brittle.”  A blogger who requested a Verification Letter on tiny Virginia was told “that there were no records for her.”  However, Hawaii Health Department Director Loretta Fuddy claims to have released two certified copies of Obama’s original record on April 22, 2011, one of which was allegedly posted on the White House website on April 27, 2011 and almost immediately deemed a forgery.

Zullo has hinted at “identity theft,” and Obama’s friends from Chicago, Bill Ayers and Bernardine Dohrn, were experts at stealing identities during their years on the run from authorities.  Zullo does not believe that the Verification Letter received by Ken Bennett proves that Obama was born in Hawaii.  Other details of Obama’s life story are inconsistent, and Zullo has expressed doubt as to Obama’s claim of an August 4, 1961 birth date.

Mainstream news reports on the Kansas deliberations do not refer to the Cold Case Posse’s findings or press conferences, nor to the other documents issued on Obama’s behalf which have been alleged as fraudulent.  They also mischaracterize the basis of the many of the objections to Obama’s holding of the office of the presidency, which is not whether or not he is “a citizen.”  The issue is whether or not he qualifies as a “natural born Citizen” as required by the U.S. Constitution.

Another report states that the issue of Obama’s eligibility rests with his Kenyan-citizen father.

Historically, Obama’s birthplace might be unimportant, as, according to some scholars, the definition of “natural born Citizen” found in Article II, Section 1, clause 5 of the U.S. Constitution was understood to mean “born of a father who is a citizen.”  However, it is commonly believed that birth on U.S. soil makes a person a “natural born Citizen,” and recent court rulings following challenges to Obama’s legitimacy on the ballot have relied on that definition.

Both an attorney specializing in citizenship and another in constitutional law have cited the case Minor v. Happersett, in which the U.S. Supreme Court stated that there remained “no doubt” that a person born in the country to two U.S.-citizen parents was a “natural born Citizen.”  Nearly 100 years ago, a Democrat argued that a man born on U.S. soil to a British-citizen father did not qualify for the presidency because “the citizenship of the father is that of his child.”

Questions have arisen about those born on the soil of foreign countries to U.S.-citizen parents, such as Sen. John McCain, who ran for president against Obama in 2008 and lost.

The courts have obstructed the release of Obama’s documentation in over 100 lawsuits brought over questions about Obama’s identity, background, birthplace, and Social Security number.  The inconsistencies in Obama’s life story have been called “a charade.”  To date, not one citizen has been able to advance the evidence to a grand jury successfully, although it has been attempted.  Grand juries were once investigative entities independent of a government prosecutor.

Atty. Orly Taitz is moving forward with ballot challenges in Mississippi and Indiana.  Both states are scheduled to hold hearings during the last week of September. Taitz has also filed a new challenge in California on behalf of several presidential candidates.

The Post & Email recently sent an inquiry regarding Obama’s allegedly fraudulent Social Security number through the White House press portal and is awaiting an answer.  Letters have been sent to every state attorney general and secretary of state documenting the questions about Obama’s identity.

2 Responses to "Kansas Weighing Omitting Obama’s Name from November Ballot"

  1. Veritas   Friday, September 14, 2012 at 9:08 PM

    WND is reporting that the case has been “pulled” because of “intimidation,” yet Orly is going on Monday!

    Please keep us posted, Mrs Rondeau.

    Thank you.

  2. meyerlm   Friday, September 14, 2012 at 9:55 AM

    These CLOWNS in State Government will NOT acknowledge the EVIDENCE that the USURPER is NOT QUALIFIED to be a “Garbage Collector” let alone “The President of The United States of America!”~He cannot LEGALLY have a JOB, He does NOT have a Social Security Card that Belongs to him, I want to see HIS TAX RECORDS-(just because he SHOWS he paid his Taxes, is probably as Worthless as his “DRAFT CARD)- to determine WHO has been paying HIS FEDERAL INCOME TAXES, or can “WE the People” add “Income Tax Evasion” to his LONG and SORTED HISTORY of Fraud, Forgery, Collusion and Deceit??!!

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