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Does Upholding the U.S. Constitution Constitute a Security Threat?

NEW HAMPSHIRE DEMOCRAT OFFICIALS HIDE FROM THOSE SEEKING THE TRUTH…AND FROM THE REAL ISSUE

by Sharon Rondeau

New Hampshire Presidential Primary Election Declaration of Candidacy signed by Obama swearing "under penalties of perjury" that he is "qualified" to be a candidate for President of the United States

(Nov. 23, 2011) — New Hampshire Attorney General Michael Delaney has reportedly asked the State police to investigate the “aggressive” behavior of several legislators following the November 18, 2011 decision of the New Hampshire Ballot Law Commission to maintain Barack Hussein Obama’s name on the state ballot.

Obama has sworn on his Declaration of Candidacy for the 2012 presidential election that he is “qualified to be a candidate for president of the United States pursuant to article II, section 1, clause 4 of the United States Constitution…” despite evidence that he was born in a foreign country or otherwise does not meet the definitionof “natural born Citizen.”  Many analysts have concluded that the documentation Obama has presented is fraudulent.

It is possible that Obama is a “natural born Citizen” but ran for all public offices he has held under an alias.

While Obama and his supporters have claimedthat he was born in Hawaii, many constitutional scholars and attorneys have opined that being born on U.S. soil is not enough or even necessarily that which is required for a person to be considered “natural born.”

On April 26, 2011, CNN published an article titled “Obama was born in Hawaii. Period.”  The next day, the White House released what it claimed was proof of such:  an alleged certified copy of Obama’s long-form birth certificate purportedly obtained from the Hawaii Department of Health.  However, the image lacked an official seal normally present on certified copies and was declared aforgery by analysts almost immediately.

Delaney has stated that a member of his staff was threatened by several New Hampshire legislators who accused him of being a traitor.

Rather than face the demands from both legislators and others for answers as to why Obama’s name would remain on the ballot, Assistant Attorney General Matt Mavrogeorge and Assistant Secretary of State Karen Ladd reportedly “locked themselves in a room” and called security  “out of fear for their safety.”

One New Hampshire lawmaker who was present on November 18 stated that “There were no threats made.”  However, Speaker of the House William O’Brien has asked at least three legislators to “cooperate” with Delaney’s investigation.

Do these public servants have no confrontational skills?  How did they obtain their positions without being able to face questions from the public, including legislators sworn to uphold the state and U. S. Constitutions?  What about the oaths they took upon assuming office?  Were they really being followed by an “angry mob?”

Was it necessary to involve the State Police, or is Delaney striking back at those questioning why his office will not launch an investigation of Obama rather than them? Isn’t the attorney general the chieflaw enforcement officer of the state?

Is Delaney doing his job or running for cover, as his assistant, Mavrogeorge, did?

Video reports of the Ballot Law Commission hearing reveal no apparent threats to anyone’s safety and that state officials in New Hampshire are aware of the questions surrounding Obama’s eligibility.  At the conclusion of the hearing on Obama, one observer appeared to remind the Commission members that in 2008, they had removed from the ballot the name of a presidential candidate who was born in Egypt for being constitutionally ineligible.

Atty. Orly Taitz, who had filed a complaint with the Ballot Law Commission, had flown from California to New Hampshire overnight on November 18 to present evidence that Obama is using a fraudulent social security number, as reported by Private Investigator Susan Daniels. The Post & Email had specifically asked Taitz if anyone was hurt before, during or after the hearing, and heranswer was “No.”

Today on her blog, Taitz reported that she has contacted the legislators who are “being harassed” as a result of their objections to Obama’s name remaining on the New Hampshire ballot.  She hasrequested a rehearing of the Ballot Law Commission’s decision and stated that she plans to file a complaint against Delaney and New Hampshire Rep. and House Majority Leader David Bettencourt.  Taitz has herself accused Obama of “elections fraud, forgery and treason.”

Following the hearing, Rep. Harry Accornero asked a group surrounding him, “What are we going to do?  Are we going to let this go down?”  Later, after the group walked down a hallway, Accornero can be heard stating that “not one” fellow legislator would stand with him after he sent out an email to all members of the New Hampshire House accusing Obama of treason and asking for their support.

Why are several New Hampshire representatives under investigation but not Obama?

Obama’s former fundraiser, Tony Rezko, was sentenced to more than ten years in prison on November 22 for bribery, money laundering and fraud.  The judge in the case told Rezko that he wasguilty of being “selfish and corrupt.” Obama had sought out Rezko in order to buy a parcel of land to add to his property in the Hyde Park section of Chicago, where Louis Farrakhan lives and Malcolm X had visited Elijah Mohammad to learn about Islam.

Obama said he is a Christian but also stated that his faith is “Muslim,” with the interviewer running cover for Obama’s apparent slip of the tongue.

Why is Obama’s “regret” of dealing with Rezko enough?  Were the simultaneous land deals strictly coincidence?

As Rezko was being sentenced, Obama was visiting New Hampshire to push his purported jobs initiative.

Obama has been accused of election fraudidentity fraudsocial security fraudobfuscating his background, compromising national security, and treason, yet he remains a candidate for President of the United States.

Michael Delaney wants lawmakers from his own state’s legislature investigated.  Why not Obama?

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