Two days ago, I did a post “Hawaii Democratic Party Did Not Certify Obama’s Eligibility.” Boy, did it hit a nerve.
In the post, using primary source documents — the Democratic Party of Hawaii’s (DPH) Certifications of Nomination for Presidential Candidates in 2000, 2004, and 2008 — I showed that the DPH in 2008 refused to certify that Obama was constitutionally eligible to be President of the United States. The evidence is in 17 words that the DPH left out of its 2008 Certification of Nomination (CN), but which were included in the DPH’s 2004 and 2000 CN. Those 17 words are: “of the United States Constitution and are the duly chosen candidates of both the state and.”
Without those 17 words, the DPH’s 2008 Certification of Nomination reads as follows (the missing 17 words are bracketed in red):
This is to certify that the following candidates for President and Vice President of the United States are legally qualified to serve under the provisions of the [of the United States Constitution and are the duly chosen candidates of both the state and] national Democratic Parties balloting at the Presidential Preferences Poll and Caucus held on February 19, 2008 in the State of Hawaii and by acclamation at the National Democratic Convention held August 27, 2008 in Denver, Colorado.
In effect, by leaving out those 17 words from its 2008 Certification of Nomination, the DPH was signaling that:
- It is merely certifying that Obama is legally qualified to serve as President by virtue of the ballots of the Democratic Parties of the 50 states. The DPH is not certifying that Obama is legally qualified to serve as President under the provisions of the U.S. Constitution!
- Obama is NOT the “duly chosen” presidential candidate of the state of Hawaii.
A number of websites posted a link to my post, including the powerhouse Rense.com. As a result, the post has received, to date, a phenomenal 8,793 views/hits, as well as more than 70 comments by readers. Some of the commenters, with a patriot’s heart, asked for directions as to what they can do.
After giving the matter much thought and consulting an attorney (who had taught Constitutional Law) and Fellowship co-founder Joan (who was an administrative law judge for 12 years), here are my recommendations:
1. Spread the word: No matter whether you’re young or old, let people know about “Hawaii Democratic Party Did Not Certify Obama’s Eligibility.” Call talk radio; e-mail it to your family and friends; post a link or re-publish the article on your blog; drop off the link on websites and blogs. The American people need to know about this — as many as possible. The Nov. 2 elections are 1 month 10 days away! Here’s the post’s URL: http://fellowshipofminds.wordpress.com/2010/09/20/hawaii-democratic-party-refused-to-certify-obamas-eligibility/
2. Get information on your state’s Certifications of Nomination (CN): Thus far, we have the CNs of the Democratic Party of only the state of Hawaii. What about the CNs of the Democratic Parties of the other 49 states? Are the crucial 17 words also missing from those states’ CNs? If so, this is evidence of an orchestrated conspiracy, and the state Democratic Parties should be charged with racketeering, under the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO). Whom to contact for information:
a. Your state’s Secretary of State: As the state’s chief elections official, he or she is responsible for the conduct of elections, including the enforcement of qualifying rules. In order for Barack Hussein Obama’s name be put on your state’s ballot, the Secretary of State is supposed to have ascertained that he met the Constitution’s requirements to be President, including that of being a Natural Born Citizen.
Write your state’s Secretary of State (SS) and ask for:
- A copy of your state’s certification of Obama’s constitutional eligibility, which should bear the SS’s signature.
- Evidence (documents) used by your SS to determine Obama’s constitutional eligibility. If your SS says it’s that image of Obama’s alleged Certificate of Live Birth (COLB) posted on the website FactCheck.org in 2008, ask your SS if he or she would accept an online image of your birth certificate for your application for a driver’s license!
You can find out who your SS is and his/her contact info by googling “(your state’s name) Secretary of State,” as in “Florida Secretary of State.”
[Note: Three states — Alaska, Hawaii, and Utah — have no Secretary of State; in those states many duties that a Secretary of State might normally execute fall within the domain of the Lieutenant Governor.]
b. Your state’s Democratic Party: Write to your state’s Democratic Party and ask for a copy of its 2008 Certification of Nomination for Obama and Biden as its presidential and vice-presidential candidates. To find out the contact info, just google “(your state’s name) Democratic Party.”
c. Your state’s Attorney General: The state attorney general in each of the 50 U.S. states and territories is the chief legal advisor to the state government and the state’s chief law enforcement officer. Write to your Attorney General (AG) and ask him or her what are your state’s statute(s) on the following:
- How to file an objection to the state’s or the state Democratic Party’s certification of nomination?
- Who can file such an objection? –by any resident of your state? by only a registered Democrat? by only a Democratic Party delegate to the 2008 Democratic National Convention?
- What is the time limitation on filing an objection in general, and where there is fraud?
To find out who your state Attorney General is, go to Wikipedia’s page by clicking HERE.
To conclude, here’s my proposed Action Plan:
1. Spread the word about the Democratic Party of Hawaii’s refusal to certify Obama’s constitutional eligibility.
2. Write the Secretary of State, Attorney General, and Democratic Party of your state for information and a copy of their 2008 Certification of Nomination for the presidential candidacy of Barack Obama, and the evidence (supporting documents) establishing Obama’s constitutional eligibility.
3. File a written objection to the Attorney General of the State of Hawaii concerning the Democratic Party of Hawaii’s (DPH) failure to certify the CONSTITUTIONAL eligibility of Barack Obama. It may be that only a registered Democrat or only a 2008 delegate of the DPH has the “standing” to file such an objection. To find out, contact Hawaii’s Attorney General, Mark J. Bennett: http://hawaii.gov/ag/
Department of the Attorney General
425 Queen Street
Honolulu, HI 96813 (Map)
Telephone: (808) 586-1500
Fax: (808) 586-1239
To send an E-mail to AG Mark Bennett, go to: http://hawaii.gov/ag/main/contact_dept/main/forms/general_responses
4. Report back to us, Fellowship of the Minds, what you did and what responses (if any) you got!
I received this e-mail from pjr, 9/24/2010:
The forms are posted on jbjd (http://jbjd.org/): look at the side bar under, “MODEL CITIZEN COMPLAINTS OF ELECTION FRAUD TO STATE ATTORNEYS GENERAL IN APPLICABLE STATES”). Of course, the caveat is, contesting fraud in an election is strictly relevant to the election laws of any given state. All of this has been “exhaustively” gone over by jbjd, along with the appropriate legal groundwork, to demonstrate the fraud in the 2008 elections.
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May God bless you, and may God Bless America!
~Eowyn, Joan, Steve