AND SELECTIVE SERVICE, SOCIAL SECURITY DOCS!
by Sharon Rondeau
(Mar. 14, 2013) — In recent weeks, the Obama regime has responded swiftly to media criticism of Obama’s handling of the sequestration and fiscal cliff crises as well as his cancellation of White House tours, particularly for schoolchildren whose trips were planned months ago.
A third fiscal deadline looms March 27, when the government could “shut down” if Congress does not pass a spending bill. Despite plunging the U.S. almost $17 trillion in debt, Obama claims that “There is no debt crisis” as he continues to spend.
A notice on the White House website reads:
Due to staffing reductions resulting from sequestration, we regret to inform you that WhiteHouse Tours will be canceled effective Saturday, March 9, 2013 until further notice. Unfortunately, we will not be able to reschedule affected tours. We very much regret having to take this action, particularly during the popular Spring touring season. Please check this webpage for updates regarding this situation, or contact the White House Visitors Office 24 Hour Hotline at (202) 456-7041.
Obama spokesman Jay Carney had clearly stated that the decision to cancel the tours was made by the White House, but earlier today, Obama laid the responsibility on the Secret Service, which has been protecting his person and that of his family for more than four years since his usurpation of the office of the president.
On Thursday, The Post & Email contacted the Secret Service to request a statement on Obama’s claim but did not receive a response.
Earlier this week, co-anchor of Fox News’s “The Five” Eric Bolling and Sean Hannity of “Hannity” had each offered to pay for a week of White House tours. On Wednesday, Bolling had referred to Obama’s interview with George Stephanopoulos wherein Obama said that he was looking for ways to resume the tours as “damage control.”
Co-host and former White House Press Secretary Dana Perino had commented of Obama that “If anything bad that happens, he takes no blame for it. Anything good that happens, even if he has nothing to do with it, he takes credit for it.”
Obama-supportive media were quick to report that “White House Tours Could Possibly Resume” after Obama’s interview with Stephanopoulos.
On March 11, Fox Nation had posted a notice which read, “Bolling: #OpenOurWH Trending, Will Force Reopening of People’s House,” but the article has been removed. In Thursday’s “The Five,” Bolling revealed that Carney had called him on his cell phone to say that Bolling’s offer could not be accepted because the government had no mechanism to attribute a donation to a particular expense.
Why did Carney call Bolling? Was his boss feeling the pressure of his unpopular decision to stop the tours and then blame the Secret Service?
During Obama’s first term, the regime was unresponsive to outcry over his policies, including fierce opposition to “Obamacare.” A promised five-day review period was scrapped, and Rep. Nancy Pelosi insisted that the bill be passed “so that you can find out what’s in it.” Now, many do not like what they have found, as employers lay off employees, cut their hours, and numerous lawsuits have been filed over provisions of the bill.
Perhaps Obama and his helpers are watching the daily opinion polls regarding his job approval, including those completed from a company which the regime allegedly intimidated last spring when the polls favored Mitt Romney. Many polls closer to the election favored Romney, and experienced pundits predicted a healthy win for the former Massachusetts governor.
With the reports of journalists having been intimidated for the last four years, is the claim from the Gallup employee surprising?
Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his Cold Case Posse reported more than a year ago that Obama’s long-form birth certificate and Selective Service registration form are “computer-generated forgeries,” but the media was too intimidated to report on it except on the internet.
In a sold-out and possibly intimidated Congress, even socialist Democrats are criticizing the regime. The March 13 edition of “On the Record” with Greta van Susteren depicts Sen. John Thune, a Republican, arguably incredulous that Obama seems to be working against the best interests of the nation in his handling of the debt crisis.
With Obama’s insecurity surely increasing amidst the sharp criticism he is now receiving from some in Congress, the public, and the once-silent media, what are the chances that after five days of intense pressure, as with the White House tours, Obama or his spokesman could be forced to explain the forgery which the Cold Case Posse determined has occurred?
The media has been controlled by the Obama regime out of fear, but is there really anything to be afraid of in asking why Obama’s documentation has been determined to be fraudulent? Shouldn’t the inquiring minds of The Huffington Post, Fox News’s “The Five,” and Sean Hannity want to know?
What if the American media were to ask the question of Carney during a White House press briefing? What is there to fear? And let’s not forget to ask about the Social Security number originating from Connecticut when Obama was supposedly born in Hawaii.
Perhaps Obama does not control the media anymore, and he is nervous.
Which is more important: that Obama is “black” or that he is a “crook?”
The time is right as the lead investigator of the Cold Case Posse meets with members of Congress and others at CPAC now…and Atty. Orly Taitz has served many of them with subpoenas to explain what they knew and when they knew it….
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.