Wednesday, August 12th, 2009
Orly Taitz, KY officials, Esquire article, August 11, 2009, Obama not eligible, Oath of office, US Constitution, YouTube video, KY Attorney General, Kentucky Secretary of State
Whether it’s Orly Taitz, Phil Berg, Leo Donofrio, Mario Apuzzo or any American citizen, we deserve the protection of the US Constitution and Government officials that recognize their duty under the law. I am fed up with government officials and the MSM disregarding the US Constitution, the supreme law of the land and belittling law abiding US Citizens. From an Esquire article dated August 11, 2009: “What Really Happens When You Demand the President Produce His Birth Certificate? Buzz up!You get a bunch of outrageous people — very nice people,Read More
Obama thugs, Nazi brownshirts, 1984 totalitarian regime, Citizen Wells warnings, Obama camp thuggery, Big Brother, Obama attacks, Larry Sinclair, Obama Nazi Germany
The Citizen Wells blog has presented many articles about the Obama camp thuggery that has occurred over the past one and a half years and how it resembles the Nazi Brownshirt tactics and totalitarian state of “1984.” The attacks on Larry Sinclair, myself and others for questioning the “messiah”, Obama, aka Hitler, aka Big Brother, were a clue we were entering a new age foretold by George Orwell. Orwell had just witnessed the rise of the totalitarian regime of Nazi Germany. I am as pleased with myself as anything IRead More
Judge Lazarra, Major Cook, Georgia judge, Orly Taitz lawsuit, Simtech, Lazarra denied motions, August 11, 2009, Judge Lazarra orders under seal, Nazi Germany, US Constitution ignored?
From Orly Taitz regarding the Major Cook lawsuit in Georgia an apparent rogue judge, Richard A Lazarra and a scenario right out of Nazi Germany: “As you know, I am an attorney for Major Cook, US army major, whose orders to go to Afghanistan were revoked when he demanded to verify legitimacy of Barack Hussein Obama for the position of Commander in Chief. Military has retaliated against major Cook by applying an enormous pressure on his employer Simtech, inc, a private defense contractor, to have him fired from his $120,000Read More