Thursday, December 18, 2008

Doubt That Obama's Lived At Address In Published Birth Notice

A private investigator, Jorge Baro, has released an affidavit to WND that questions whether Barack Obama's family ever lived at the address listed in the published notice of his birth in 1961.

The affidavit documents an interview his staff conducted with Beatrice Arakaki, who has lived at 6075 Kalanianaole Highway in Honolulu since before Obama was born.

WND was able to locate at the Honolulu public library microfilm of a notice placed in the Sunday Advertiser Aug. 13, 1961. The announcement in the "Births, Marriages, Death" section read: "Mr. and Mrs. Barack H. Obama, 6085 Kalanianaole Hwy., son, Aug. 4."

Arakaki told investigators she had no recollection of Obama being born or of the family living next door having a black child born to a white mother.

According to the affidavit, Beatrice Arakaki affirmed she was a neighbor of the address listed. She has lived at her current residence of 6075 Kalanianaole Highway from before 1961 to the present.

A team of investigators were sent to Honolulu to explore records regarding current residents of Kalanianaole Highway and to track down residents back to 1961.

Investigators went to the newspaper offices to examine files, but the Advertiser could not confirm who actually placed the ad.

Investigators were unable to locate any current or past resident of Kalanianaole Highway who could recall Obama or his family living at the address listed in the announcement.

Investigators was able to determine the previous owners of the residence at 6085 Kalanianaole Highway - the alleged address of Obama's parents when he was born - were Orland S. and Thelma S. (Young) Lefforge, both of whom are deceased.

The affidavit also documents that the Certification of Live Birth that Obama posted on his campaign website is not the original "long form" birth certificate issued in 1961 by the obstetrician or physician giving birth and the hospital where the baby was born.

Investigators learned that a "Certificate of Hawaiian Birth Program" established in 1911 during the territorial era and terminated in 1972 during the statehood era allowed Hawaiian residents to apply for a "Late Birth Certificate, " called a "Certificate of Hawaiian Birth," which appears identical to the "birth certificate" Obama posted on his campaign website.

"This raised the question in my mind as to whether the 'Certification of Live Birth,' which is the only document that has been produced and as previously stated solely handled by the representatives of outside Obama's campaign, is a certification of a live birth or a late birth," Baro stated in his affidavit.

"I am left with the conclusion that a simple request from Senator Barack Obama to produce the 'long form' (redacted if necessary) would end any speculation or question as to his birthplace," Baro's affidavit continued. "His continued denial to do so is suspect, in my professional opinion."

Wednesday, December 17, 2008

Poll: Media Making Economic Crisis Worse

An overwhelming 77 percent of Americans believe that the US media is making the economic situation worse by projecting fear into people's minds. The majority of those surveyed feel that the financial press, by focusing on and embellishing negative news, is damaging consumer confidence and damping investment, making a difficult situation much worse.

The US survey of 1000 adults was conducted by Opinion Research Corporation, on behalf of Park Lane Communications, and is statistically representative of the total U.S. population. The survey question asked was:

"Do you think the financial press is making the economic crisis worse by projecting fear into people's minds?"
While the overall response indicated that 77% of Americans answered YES, here are some highlights of note:

Household Incomes:
$25k - $35k - 79% answered YES
$35k - $50k - 88% answered YES
$50k - $75k - 76% answered YES
$75k - more - 78% answered YES

85% of young adults (18-24 yrs old) answered YES
77% of males and females alike answered YES
65% of blacks answered YES

Aljazeera Claims Shoe Thrower "Tortured"

Aljazeera is claiming in a report that the Iraqi journalist who threw his shoes at President Bush in a press conference in Iraq has been "tortured" while in custody.

The source of their information, the journalists brother:

"We know that [Muntazer] has been tortured and his hand was broken. I asked them to go and check on him in the Green Zone [in Baghdad]," he said.

And the journalists employer:

Al-Baghdadia television, Muntazer's employer, reported that al-Zaidi had been "seriously injured" while in custody.

Hardly unbiased sources. There is no evidence offered that the journalist was "tortured". The journalists hand was most likely broken during the scuffle to take him into custody at the scene where witnesses report seeing the journalist bleeding when he was being taken away. That's hardly "Torture".

But hey, don't expect the main stream news media or certainly Aljazeera to do anything but keep this story on the front pages because they have found a new way to attempt to embarrass the President and fuel dissent in Iraq and Arab world.

The Iraqi military has denied that al-Zaidi has been mistreated while in detention.

Does anyone seriously doubt that if this journalist tried this stunt with Saddam Hussein that he would even be breathing right now. You would not have heard about it becausee the MSNM wouldn't bother to cover it and the journalist would be with his 72 Virgins.

Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Main Stream News Media / Arabs Celebrate Shoe Attack on President

The main stream news media and Arabs in the middle east have been gleefully celebrating the shoe attack on President Bush by an Iraqi journalist.

Muntadhar al-Zeidi hurled both his shoes at President Bush and shouted in Arabic, "This is a farewell kiss, you dog. This is from the widows, the orphans and those who were killed in Iraq."

Apparently al-Zeidi did not feel the same way about Saddam Hussein who had chemical weapons used on his own people, and had people tortured and murdered on a daily basis. There is no record of him or anyone else ever throwing shoes at Saddam, not that one could blame him considering if he had pulled this stunt on Saddam Hussein, al-Zeidi would have never been heard from again.

Mr. al-Zeidi and the Arab world also seem to believe that Arabs flying planes into buildings killing 3,000 innocent people, most of them, Americans, and many women and children, was okay. They also conveniently forget that many Arabs (Al-Qaeda and insurgents) were responsible for most civilian deaths in Iraq via suicide bombings and other attacks on innocent Iraqis.

Mr. al-Zeidi has President Bush and the US Military to thank for having the opportunity to express himself by throwing shoes at the President and actually being able to live to tell about it.

Monday, December 15, 2008

Unlawful Occupation of Presidency and Invalid Electoral College Process

Questions from Press following statement.

The American Independent Party insists that Barack Obama prove that he is a "Natural born" American citizen. There is no personal testimony that Obama was born in Hawaii as there is that he was born in Mombasa, now part of Kenya. The burden of proof is on Obama.

Hawaii's unique laws allow for birth certificates to indicate foreign birth. Is that what his indicates? We have not seen it. Instead of spending tens and hundreds of thousands of dollars resisting its production and even defying a court order to do so, why not spend the $12 to produce a copy for us all to examine? Is the answer, just possibly, that Barack Obama is afraid of what it would reveal?

Similar doubts concerning possible Indonesian citizenship exist. These too urgently need to be resolved.

What is about to occur in the State Capitol is fatally flawed in three ways:

1. The likely result is that a man whose qualifications to assume the office of the President will receive our California Electoral College vote because of a judicial disinclination to give the People their right to be heard.

2. Electors apparently not individually nominated by Democratic Congressional Candidates as required by the California Election code will vote in the Electoral College.

3. Electors will be constrained to vote as a block rather than individually as is their right and duty according to procedures set down in the Constitution and will thereby deprive California of a legitimate voice in the Electoral College.

On all these grounds and more, I fear greatly for our People. Unlawful occupation of the Office of the President means no new valid legislation. No valid nominations, including to the Supreme Court. No valid Executive Orders. No lawful commands as Commander in Chief.

Such a situation paralyzes legitimate government. The longer the imposture is maintained, the worse it becomes. Reliance upon eventually voided legislation is extremely perilous. Reliance upon the actions of appointees unlawfully occupying offices will prove equally disastrous. But worse is the debilitating distrust of our democratic processes that will ensue. Our democratic system depends upon trust. As Obama swears to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution, if he thereby takes office unlawfully, he is actually attacking it. This puts our entire Constitutional order in peril and may destroy the Republic.

Law Office of Gary G Kreep, Esq., Representing Alan Keyes, Wiley Drake and Markham Robinson
932 D St. Suite 2, Ramona CA 92065
Office: 760-787-9907

President Bush Assaulted by Journalist In Iraq

An Iraqi journalist threw his shoes at President Bush, without hitting him, as the President was shaking hands with the Iraqi premier at his Baghdad office on Sunday.

As the two leaders met, a journalist sitting in the third row jumped up, shouting:
"It is the farewell kiss, you dog,"
and threw his shoes one after the other towards Bush.

The President, ducked and was not hit.

The journalist, Muntazer al-Zaidi from Al-Baghdadia channel which broadcasts from Cairo, was removed from the room by security staff.

Soles of shoes are considered the ultimate insult in Arab culture.

Other Iraqi journalists stood up to apologise.

"Thanks for apologising on behalf of the Iraqi people. It doesn't bother me. If you want the facts, it was a size 10 shoe that he threw".

Playing down the incident, the President later added:
"I don't know what the guy's cause is... I didn't feel the least bit threatened by it."