What Does The Law Say About Obama’s Eligibility?

February 28, 2012 @

PHOENIX, Ariz. – A challenge to Barack Obama’s occupancy of the Oval Office was thrown out because “the voters ruled” on his eligibility in the 2008 election. Another was tossed when Obama didn’t even bother to show up to refute the evidence. And cases have been rejected by the U.S. Supreme Court because the justices are “avoiding” the issue.

But this week, for the first time, the results of a formal law enforcement investigation into Obama’s eligibility will be released.

WND TV will live-stream the news conference scheduled by Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Ariz., Thursday at 1 p.m. Mountain Time in Phoenix, or 3 p.m. Eastern. Arpaio previously has indicated there might be a “shock” in the report.
Read more at World Net Daily.

2 Comments → “What Does The Law Say About Obama’s Eligibility?”

  1. LeadOn

    8 years ago

    Our country has gone down a road where our children look up and wonder if anyone in leadership has integrity. Few leaders have touched an honest approach to the shadowy skullduggery surrounding the 2008 election…and the world is just suppose to be okay with it.

    Teenagers and young adults are in tune with what is going on and watching to see how we make decisions and lead. We can’t blame them for not being engaged if we can’t make them believe that “right” is worth championing for.

  2. steve

    8 years ago

    Seriously folks, if you want to lose in November then keep this up. The proper time to be doing all this was this time 4 years ago, not now. Keeping this story alive in the best way to distract voters from $4 a gallon gas, 8.3% unemployment, $16 trillion national debt and the litany of other bad things this guy has done in office that shows why he should be voted out in November. There is no federal case or statutory law backing any of this up. Our side looks like a bunch of idiots every time one of these eligibility stories comes out.

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