Tuesday, February 24, 2009

USURPER UPDATE! : Retired General Joins Lawsuit! What Is An American Soldier To Do When The C-in-C Is A Possible Usurper? He Sues To See The Proof!

Soldier questions eligibility, doubts president's authority -
'As an officer, my sworn oath to support and defend our Constitution requires this'

A U.S. soldier on active duty in Iraq has called President Obama an "impostor" in a statement in which he affirmed plans to join as plaintiff in a challenge to Obama's eligibility to be commander in chief.

... and now, a second Soldier has joined in ...

2nd U.S. soldier in Iraq challenges eligibility -
Says issue could decide if 'we are a Constitutional Republic'

Another U.S. soldier on active duty in Iraq is joining a challenge to President Obama's eligibility to be commander-in-chief, citing WND's report on 1st Lt. Scott Easterling, who has agreed to be a plaintiff in a lawsuit over the issue, as his inspiration.

.... when Soldiers swear this oath please notice that they swear to 'support and defend' the Constitution of the United States - NOT THE GOVERNMENT! Also, to obey the orders of the President the President must be legally and, more importantly, Constitutionally elected. If there is any doubt at all it must be settled, if not; the President himself becomes the enemy, foreign or domestic! ... whichever he may be!

... meanwhile, Philip J. Berg, a Democrat who served as deputy attorney general in Pennsylvania and now is leading a number of lawsuits over the eligibility of President Barack Obama to occupy the Oval Office, has just suggested Barack Hussein Obama should be deported as an illegal alien!

UPDATE: On the heels of two active duty members of the U.S. military serving in Iraq calling for President Obama to prove his eligibility to be president, a retired major general has agreed to join the case, saying he just wants "the truth."

... Now retired Maj. Gen. Carroll D. Childers has submitted a statement to Taitz and her DefendOurFreedoms.us website, agreeing to be a plaintiff in her pending action.

Good Job! Rangers Lead The Way, Sir!
The Observer

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