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Posted in Criminal, election, government, information, Misc, News, Obama, politics, united states, tagged 2012 Presidential election, ballot, election, Natural Born Citizen, News, Obama, politics, presidential ballot, U.S. Constitution on April 14, 2011| 3 Comments »
Why is this not already on the books in every state?
The Constitution has specific requirements about who can be elected President of the United States, but does not provide for any mechanism to ensure these requirements are met.
It has always been assumed no one would run for president without actually being eligible to hold the office.
The problem is, there’s no agency in place to ask for that documentation, and no procedure for making sure those documents are valid.
This is definitely an interesting development in the political arena. I’m wondering, if it is determined that Obama was NOT eligible to be President, what happens to all his policies he passed? Will be go to jail? What about all the people who aided his rise to the presidency? Like Pelosi?
I hope someone who is knowledgeable about this will comment. Any thoughts?
To read more: World net Daily
Posted in Acorn, Community Organizations, conspiracy, Criminal, government, information, News, Obama, politics, Society, united states, tagged Acorn, bogus voter registrations, campaign, corruption, democrats, Harris county tax assessor, Houston Chronicle, Houston Votes, Leo Vasquez, Liberal Lawyers, mid-term elections, Non-profit groups, politics, Texans Together, U.S. Politics, Voter registration fraud, voter rolls on August 28, 2010| 8 Comments »
As the Democrats realize they will probably lose many seats this November with the mid-term elections, they are utilizing all means of corruption as a last attempt to save themselves. I said before, as I am stating now, they will stop at nothing to keep their power.
The following is from the Houston Chronicle, reporting that yes, it is business as usual for the Democrats. Another “Acorn type” organization here in Texas, called “Houston Votes”, has submitted bogus votes and yes, even non-citizen votes to aid their candidates.
This is only part of the article, to read the whole story:
Harris County Tax Assessor Collector Leo Vasquez accused a nonprofit group of submitting thousands of bogus voter registration applications in recent months in what he said appears to be a campaign to taint the voter rolls.
Vasquez said his office has received thousands of duplicate applications, including cases in which the office has received six applications for the same person. Other irregularities he cited in the more than 25,000 applications submitted by Houston Votes include cases of underage applicants and people who identified themselves as non-citizens.
The Board of Directors, they are a group of liberal activist lawyers, where several list their past accomplishments as “Community Organizers”, just like Obama was.
Posted in bureaucracy, consequences, Criminal, government, History, information, life, miscelaneous, Obama, personal, politics, random, united states, tagged accident, BP, constitution, corporate greed, environment, environmental impact, fishermen, greed, gulf coast, history, laws, Louisiana coast, oil companies, oil spill, politics, rights, shrimpers on May 31, 2010| 4 Comments »
I had heard recently that there is STILL OIL on Alaska’s beaches from the Exxon Valdez spill that happened twenty one years ago. So I decided to do some research and found this interview from “Democracy Now”, a daily TV/radio news program, hosted by Amy Goodman. The following is just part of an interview she had with Riki Ott, a community activist, marine toxicologist, and former commercial salmon fisher-woman and author of two books on the spill.
The reason I feel this interview is important to share with the masses is because of the issue of “corporations” having the same rights as a person. (being protected by law). She explains this in detail later, and I encourage you to think of what power is being given to corporations, and as long as they continue to have these same rights, justice will never be “for the people”.
Now with the oil spill off the coast of Louisiana, we will face yet many more years of litigation, which will of course not accomplish justice for the people, or animals that are now suffering (and will continue to suffer) because of this tragedy.
To read the complete interview, you may use this link:
A report marking the twentieth anniversary of the spill has found oil still persists in the region and, in some places, quote, “is nearly as toxic as it was a few weeks after the spill.” The report was put together by the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Trustee Council, which oversaw restoration efforts. It states, quote, “At this rate, the remaining oil will take decades and possibly centuries to disappear entirely.”
Those ecosystem studies began in 1994, really too late for our trial. They didn’t get completed until about 2004—I’m talking about published papers now. And those studies show, sure enough, the oil that’s remaining on our beaches is still causing harm
AMY GOODMAN: Let me see. You have brought a little jar. This is Exxon Valdez oil, Smith Island, Prince William Sound. This is one year ago. This is not from—
RIKI OTT: This is July 2nd last year, not even a year.
AMY GOODMAN: This is astounding.
RIKI OTT: That’s what we think, too. I take children out on the beaches now who were born after the spill and say, “This is your legacy.”
AMY GOODMAN: It’s just covered in oil.
RIKI OTT: The oil specifically is polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, PAHs. This is actually coming out the tailpipes of our automobiles. It’s the fine soot. That’s kind of the codeword for it. And this is linked with genetic harm, not only in animals, but in people, as well, respiratory harm, reproductive impairment, cancers. Very low levels of this oil, these PAHs, cause incredible harm to people.
AMY GOODMAN: You’ve said that is not just an environmental disaster, but a crisis in democracy.
RIKI OTT: It is a democracy crisis. The question we started asking as our lawsuit went on and on and on, and we didn’t get paid, was how did corporations get this big, where they can manipulate the legal system, the political system? What happened here? And I thought that was a really good question, so I went to answer it. And that became the final chapter of Not One Drop.
And I learned from other people’s work that there’s actually two ways to amend the Constitution. One is formally, through people-made law, which we’ve done twenty-seven times. And one is informally, through what Thomas Jefferson called the engine of consolidation, the federal judiciary, the Supreme Court.
And in 1886, the Supreme Court made sort of a seminal decision, where it granted a railroad corporation equal protection under the Fourteenth Amendment, which is, of course, a civil rights amendment for due process and equal protection for African American men. For the first forty years after that passed, there were 307 lawsuits brought, nineteen by African American men, the rest by corporations.
And at that point, when the Fourteenth Amendment passed to corporations, this thing called a corporate person arose. And that corporate person, in the eyes of the law, is able to access our rights, human rights, the Bill of Rights, constitutional protections. This is wrong. The word “corporation” never appears in the Constitution or the Bill of Rights. This is how we’ve lost freedom of speech. We still—we, as people, still have the First Amendment, but so do corporations. Free speech equals money. Those with more money have more speech. Pretty simple. So I began to understand that the legal system is broken. The election process is broken, all because of the same reason, this corporate personhood.
RIKI OTT: Thank you. And I’m advocating the Twenty-Eighth Amendment to strip corporations of human rights. Thank you.
Worker photo: latimesblogs.latimes.com/…/03/09/valdez.jpg
Congressman Darrell Issa (R) of California, released a report yesterday showing a link between Acorn, the Labor Union SEIU, and Barak Obama.
Why is this news? Well, it reveals a criminal conspiracy. Why is that? Well, it is ok for Labor Unions to be involved and have an affect on elections, BUT it is NOT ok for labor unions to conspire with non-profits to change the outcome of an election in favor of the democrat of their choice. This report claims the SEIU and Acorn had agreements between them. It is NOT ok to use charity money, bank money, and Federal Government money that is intended to do community development work, but instead use it to change the outcome of an election. This is simply prohibited.
Will anything be done about this? Will there be consequences for Obama? Will main-stream media even report about this newly released information?
To read the complete report, please copy and paste this link into your browser: