Saturday, February 21, 2009


Alan Keyes stokes Obama birth certificate controversy The controversy over the validity of Barack Obama's birth certificate is back on a burner with firebrand conservative Alan Keyes making serious new charges. Alan Note: there are 42 Federal cases and a similar number of cases in State Courts, accusing Obama of not being eligible/qualified and demanding he PROVE he is. Not with the FRAUDULENT/FORGED "Certification of Live Birth" his team provided instead of a Long Form, certified Vault copy Birth Certificate! Obama's INDONESIAN HALF-SISTER, whose birth in Indonesia is a registered fact and documented ALSO HAS one of these Certifications of Live Birth! So much for the validity of such a document. In a video (see below) released Friday Keyes, who lost to Obama in the 2004 U.S. Senate race in Illinois that launched the new president's national political career, calls Obama a communist and usurper and says he refuses to acknowledge the validity of Obama's inauguration over lingering questions in the minds of many conspiracists about the 44th president's birth place. The U.S. Constitution requires any president be born an American citizen. In June, the Obama campaign released to The Ticket a copy of the then-senator's Hawaiian birth certificate (see the jump below and also here). But stubbornly persistent critics demand to see the original, which the state has refused to provide, citing personal privacy reasons. And the critics, including Keyes explaining here, cite Obama relatives in Kenya as saying he was actually born there in his father's native land when his American mother was too young to pass on her U.S. citizenship. In December, as The Ticket reported here, the Supreme Court dismissed without comment a New Jersey lawsuit seeking to bar Obama's inauguration due to questions over his actual citizenship. The Obama camp has proceeded normally as if there was no controversy. Obviously, the inauguration proceeded, although on the advice of White House counsel as a precaution against a verbal muff during the noontime Jan. 20 public ceremony, Obama did take the presidential oath again that night in private with Chief Justice John Roberts. His White House lawyer feared igniting another simmering legal controversy if there was any doubt about the oath's validity, although the Constitution stipulates the new president takes office at noon no matter what. However, the dispute over his birth place continues. Listen here to Keyes' rather strong language.

I'll keep my God, my freedom, my guns, and my money.

Obama - you can keep "THE CHANGE"!

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