Via Commander Kerchner; The far, far left is now reacting to Kerchner v Obama & Congress year long publicity campaign in Washington Times National Weekly newspaper. This shows they fear the lawsuit.
The Kerchner v Obama & Congress print media full page ads education & publicity campaign has the far, far left worried about the issue raised in it and the case. They are now reacting with ridicule, Saul Alinsky Rules for Radicals rule #5. They can try to ignore this lawsuit and the ads and and when that fails ridicule the core issue indirectly, but it is not going away. And with the help of our ads, public awareness of the core issue is growing and growing. That is why the far left has decided now to respond, as exemplified in the below paragraph using a combination of Saul Alinsky's Rules for Radicals rule #5, ridicule, and rule #13, give the enemy a name and polarize it.
The far, far left propaganda machine has now coined a new name for the patriot Constitutionalists in the Obama eligibility issue and Tea Party movement, i.e., "dualers", because of the clear cut fact that Obama was born with multiple citizenships (Obama admits it) and thus per the founders and framers of the Constitution Obama legally cannot be a natural born Citizen of the USA, or for that matter any nation, since "natural born Citizenship" by definition means "unity of citizenship and sole allegiance at birth". Thus Obama is not constitutionally eligible to be the President and Commander of the military.
My one year plus placement of full page ads in the Washington Times National Weekly (WTNW) has been making progress in identifying the core issue of Obama's eligibility issue. Obama is NOT a "natural born Citizen"! See examples of some of the full page and two page spreads that have run in the WTNW over the last 13 months in support of the Kerchner v Obama & Congress lawsuit.
Obama is not constitutionally eligible to be the President and Commander in Chief of our military per Article II, Section 1, Clause 5 of the Constitution. Obama is NOT a "natural born Citizen of the U.S.". Obama was born with dual citizenship and does not have unity of citizenship and sole allegiance to the USA.
For more information on the lawsuit, contact Mario Apuzzo, Esq., of Jamesburg NJ. Email address and phone numbers at: http://puzo1.blogspot.com
Let us see what other Bloggers at the Huffington Post said about this issue in the past...
HUFFINGTON POST BLOGGER, Carol Swain, a professor of political science and law at Vanderbilt University, says President Obama should just release his original long-form birth certificate and have done with the dispute. "I believe that the president should end the speculation by being transparent about all aspects of his background," Swain said. "In fact, it can be argued that the president belongs to the people and to scholars, biographers and others who are entitled to know every aspect of his past. Swain said the president is inexplicably fueling the controversy.
"The very fact that Obama has fought tooth and nail to prevent any release of his original long-form birth certificate- as well as other documentation- "suggests there's something that the president has decided not to share with the public." Source.
HUFFINGTON POST: RELEASE THE BIRTH CERTIFICATE; "Hawaii state law won't allow them to release it unless the president authorizes it. So what's the problem here? Release the original and let's be done with this madness. John McCain faced similar questions and promptly responded by releasing his original birth certificate. That's how normal people with nothing to hide handle these things" - Mark Joseph - July 30, 2009 - Huffington Post columnist Source.
Bonus; Feminist Camille Paglia: Birthers have a point. Tells radio audience 'there are legitimate questions about the documentation'. Feminist icon Camille Paglia, a Salon.com columnist who earlier wrote about the ambiguities of President Barack Obama's birth certificate, now has told a National Public Radio audience that those who have questions about his eligibility actually have a point.
Talking to the NPR program "On Point" this week, she provided a defense to the citizens who carried protest signs asking "Where's The Birth Certificate" at the recent protests that drew hundreds of thousands to Washington.
Paglia, a professor of humanities and media studies at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and Salon.com columnist, earlier wrote, "Yes, there were ambiguities about Obama's birth certificate that have never been satisfactorily resolved. And the embargo on Obama's educational records remains troubling." Source.