Thursday, January 8, 2009


"Submit Petition for Redress of Grievance that Obama is ineligible to be President. There is growing evidence that Bary Soetoro/aka Barack Hussein Obama II is not constitutionally qualified to become President. US Electoral College Law provides explicit provision to for a Senator and Representative to jointly raise objections when Congress meets January 8th, 2009 to open and record electoral votes. See 3 U.S.C. Ch. 1, �15, �17, �19 (a) (1), and �19 (c) (1) (Search for 'objection') If Obama is formally 'elected', then every member of Congress has the high privilege to raise a 'Point of Order' to invalidate that election as breaching the Constitution for failing to qualify as President. Please petition your Representative and Senators to raise objection over Obama's qualifications. While phone calls and emailed petitions seek to persuade, the right to 'petition for redress of grievances' is a special right preserved under the First Amendment that has constitutional force over any breach of the Constitution (or laws.) A formal Petition for Redress of Grievances requires a 'Prayer' (request) for 'redress' of a 'grievance' and a signature. If not delivered personally, it must be signed before a notary and sent via US Post. Please sign, notarize and send the following to your Representative & Senators to receive by January 7th, or 19th, 2009, for legal effect. Otherwise email to persuade, and forwa" Read more.