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Are All Five Members of the New Hampshire Ballot Law Commission Democrats?


November 19, 2011

A rock formation known as the "Old Man of the Mountain" in Franconia, NH collapsed in 2003

To Whom It May Concern, the State of New Hampshire,

I have come to the conclusion that the earthquakes we have been having are our forefathers turning over in their graves as a result of what is happening in America.  The epicenter earthquake in Virginia, home of the original thirteen colonies and our founding fathers, went straight to the Washington Monument and cracked it.  One could conclude that our founding fathers are not very pleased with how this generation and administration are taking good care of America!

It is noted by the world press that the Concord Monitor publication for the State of New Hampshire calls a person that believes in the United States Constitution as “a Birther”.   One can conclude that a person that does Not believe in the United States or the Constitution “a Socialist”!  A reasonable person could say a Socialist is in the wrong country because that is not what Americans represent and we are not about to change.  I am a Natural Born Citizen with my family coming to America in the early 1600′s and I intend to follow their tradition.

According to the simpleton phrase of the New Hampshire Ballot Law Commission, one only has to sign a form and pay $1,000 to get on a Presidential Ballot.  Use a Post Office Box, have a friend deliver the money and your legal counsel is a web site.  Case in Point:  Barack Obama, Chicago, IL (PO Box 8102, Chicago, IL 60680) filed by VP Biden [email protected].

The Secretary of State allows a nomination letter from a Party that does not reflect that the Candidate is a citizen, a natural born citizen, nor that the candidate was ever vetted with proof of identification or a simple Birth Certificate, knowing that the ‘law’ recognizes both parents having a child, both parents must be US Citizens and not dual citizens and knowing that Obama or whatever his legal name is without proof thereof, father was admittedly NOT a citizen of the U.S.  Further the Party Nomination Letter failed to mention Constitutionally Qualified.  I guess the SoS just assumed that these facts were an oversight, thus looked the other way, not once but twice.

Therefore, if a friend delivered a $1,000 check to your office, and Mickey Mouse placed his name on a state form and his party sent an unverified letter of no qualifications, per the constitution, without proof of identity nor birth then Mickey Mouse could run for office.  Is this correct?   One can only conclude from the actions of Friday that Mickey Mouse for President, and Goofy for Vice President will probably be filing.  Address:

Please re-verify that the Ballot Law Commission are all (5) Democrats.  Does this not appear rather biased to you?  Will you make the same decision if Hugo Chavez, Fidel Castro and Saif al-Islam also paid $1,000 and completed your state form?

Victoria B. Windsor

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Publicado por Corazon7 @ 12:32
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