posted on Aug, 3 2009 @ 12:54 AM
So I am really appreciative that there are those here so very concerned about the Constitution and that are current Commander In Chief may be in
breach of it. Certainly a valid concern and one that should indeed gain the attention that it has - for that reason and not shrouding whatever base
social motivation that some partisan or racial proponents may attribute.
But has anyone ever considered that the people running this thing, the country, the world, etc aren't necessarily going to let such a technicality be
won over by the public? You see, the legality of the birth certificate is based within a system that they created
and as such the legality of
it ultimately resides in a system that they created
Anyone remember that it is/was illegal to spy on American Citizens?
A provision in the FISA bill that effectively extends retroactive immunity to telecommunication
companies that acceded to the Bushh administration
A provision in the FISA bill that effectively extends retroactive immunity to telecommunication companies that acceded to the Bush
administration\\\'s requests for warrantless surveillance of American citizens is particularly controversial.
The House passed the legislation last week. Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., is moving toward a Senate vote tomorrow.
So it was illegal to spy on Americans without a warrant until someone who had clout got caught.
Same thing will happen here. Either the course has already been set to fully and functionally forge the document and all of the steps or there is
nothing to forge.
Either way, it is more important for the government to stand on its' own two feet and not take the hit that American law has provided for the
people...we already have proof of that.
So - fake, schmake. The birth certificate is a moot point and is an extended social issue that is masking the details of the very real economic
crisis we are facing as well as the wars that are being waged.
In my humble opinion, I submit you get over it and fight the real and relevant battles.
And for the record, I think he was born here. Not that my opinion or the reality of it actually matters.