Time to support Arpaio’s posse
But that investigation by Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s “Cold Case Posse” could easily be derailed for lack of financial support coupled with attacks being launched against his office by Obama’s Justice Department.
That’s why it is imperative for every American who questions the very legality of Obama’s reign and his efforts at re-election to support Arpaio’s probe in a tangible way – no matter how small.
On the very face of it, Obama is not eligible to be president. Every action he has taken under the color of authority as president should be repealed, negated and voided. If we take him at his word and accept at face value the evidence he has provided about his birth, he is simply not a “natural born citizen,” as documented in Jerome Corsi’s authoritative and best-selling book, “Where’s the Birth Certificate?” The man he claims as his father was a Kenyan national visiting student who would have conferred foreign citizenship upon his son. The very purpose and intent of the “natural born citizen” clause of the Constitution’s requirements for the presidency was to avoid any such perceptions of divided loyalty.
Worse yet, there are very grave doubts about whether his biological father was who he claims. All of Obama’s biographical tales about this relationship have been called into question by the actual evidence.
Then we have the problem of Obama’s apparent adoption by his mother’s second husband, Lolo Soetoro, an Indonesian foreign national. Obama’s name was changed to Soetoro and he moved to Indonesia with his stepfather, registering for school as an Indonesian citizen. Such an adoption would have required the destruction of the original birth certificate and the issuance of a new one showing Soetoro as Obama’s actual birth father. That’s the way adoption law works in Hawaii and most other states. So why didn’t that take place? Why was his adoption not recorded? And if it was simply never reported to Hawaiian authorities, does it in anyway change the facts?
Then we have the problem of the birth document itself. It was only released last April in response to the impending release of Corsi’s devastating book, Where’s the Birth Certificate?, which had hit the No. 1 best-seller position. But is it genuine? To date, there is nearly 100 percent agreement among qualified forensics investigators and document experts that it is not.
What I am saying might be very shocking. It might even sound a tad bizarre given the fact that the national media treats it as such. But what I have stated here is completely factual and well documented.
In other words, the man occupying the White House today and seeking re-election next year is a political enigma, an unknown quantity, completely unvetted and certainly not eligible to serve under the Constitution’s simple, straightforward requirements for office.
It is into this amazing and dangerous scenario that Sheriff Joe Arpaio fearlessly steps, backed only by his own “Cold Case Posse” of volunteer investigators.
Trust me, both political parties consider the Constitution a dead letter on the matter of presidential eligibility right now and both are actively shopping candidates for president and vice president who are not qualified.
No court has looked at this matter. No government agency has. No law enforcement agency has.
Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s “Cold Case Posse” is likely our last chance to get to the truth about Obama and to restore constitutional integrity to our political system.
That’s why I urge you to make a donation to this active investigation right now – no matter the amount. If everyone who reads this appeal gave the minimum amount of $5, it would raise millions, far more than the necessary resources to get the job done and the truth about Obama out.
Can you make your contribution right now?
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Arpaio running again for Maricopa County sheriff
He has toyed with running for governor, publicly speculated about running for U.S. Senate and even mulled whether he had a shot at being president, but Joe Arpaio’s campaign says he’ll instead once again run for Maricopa County sheriff in the 2012 election.
Arpaio, 79, has come under fierce criticism this past year from state, federal and local officials who have seized on an internal report that again reminded the public of hundreds of sex-crime cases that Arpaio’s detectives botched and on U.S. Justice Department findings released last month that accuse Arpaio of running an agency that encourages deputies to discriminate against Latino residents.
Those findings have led some local politicians to call for Arpaio’s resignation or consider staging a recall election targeting the sheriff.
But those calls for Arpaio to step down have not translated into opponents willing to tussle with the state’s most publicized politician. Only Scottsdale police Lt. Mike Staufer has stepped forward as a candidate willing to take on the five-term sheriff. Stauffer’s spokesman said last week that none of the politicians making public calls for Arpaio’s resignation has offered to support Stauffer.
Arpaio’s campaign manager expects the sheriff to have more than $6 million in campaign funds for the race, but Arpaio will be without the help of former Chief Deputy David Hendershott. Hendershott was the architect of many of Arpaio’s prior campaigns but was fired from the Sheriff’s Office last year.