The discovery of the Congressional Research Service memorandum that Congress used to thwart inquiries by millions of citizens on Obama’s eligibility is a straw great enough to break this camel’s back. It demonstrates the Congress, with full use of resources we have provided them through our tax dollars, abusing that power to crush the American people. From Attorney Apuzzo:
This internal memorandum to Members of Congress is the smoking gun that absolutely proves that every Member of Congress knew that Obama was never vetted by anyone or any institution as to his constitutional eligibility to be President and Commander in Chief of the military … and yet Congress did NOTHING about it. This lack of vetting by anyone was detailed starting on page 19 of the Kerchner et al v Obama et al Complaint filed in Jan 2009.
How dare the republicans–laughing at birthers with the democrats and their hands dirty with this memo leaked–now claim they have a mandate to continue this charade as they gobble up the spoils of America before we even get home the next day after work? Never mentioning eligibility, just because no one is required to vet a candidate?
How dare they consider any other agenda right now than stopping this treason and espionage? Every day they walk away from eligibility is a step closer to the cliff edge they will find themselves on.
The CRS memorandum, which was ‘not supposed to be released to the public’, adds to the damning evidence pieced together in the last two years…and explains why the DNC and Nancy Pelosi lied with malice aforethought. Conspiracy to commit fraud bags any and all of them. And those
conservatives Americans must come out right now in favor of an Article II qualified President investigation or risk losing their support as true constitutionalists.
We must not let up…it will be time within months to go and shut them down until this is addressed. They apparently need to experience the usurpation of their offices by We the People.
Letter to the Congressional Research Service
Subject: CRS Memorandum on Qualifications for the Office of the President of the United States and Legal Challenges to the Eligibility of a Candidate, April 3, 2009
Dear Sir or Madame:
The above-referenced memorandum, written in 2009 by Jack Maskell of the CRS American Law Division, provides insight into the nearly uniform response of Congress to literally millions of requests from constituents for information on the constitutional qualifications of Barack Obama to serve as President of the United States.
Your website claims that
“CRS is well-known for analysis that is authoritative, confidential, objective and nonpartisan. Its highest priority is to ensure that Congress has 24/7 access to the nation’s best thinking.”
Rather than providing the ‘nation’s best thinking’ on the constitutional question of such enormous significance, the Congressional Research Service appears to have done nothing but perform partisan, narrowly-focused research, keep the American electorate at bay, confuse the issue, and allow Congress to violate the due process rights of every American by failing to affirm the constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama.
As a consequence, we now know that no one in the United States government, nor the political parties, has verified the constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama. Should not that have raised at least a small red flag with the CRS as to the consequences of not verifying the constitutional eligibility of a Presidential candidate?
Since the CRS operates at the request of and is responsive to the research requests of Congress, I am requesting the identity of the person or persons soliciting this opinion of the CRS, and when the request was made. Furthermore, I am inquiring as to whether the CRS was instructed to come up with a certain result in its research.
I would appreciate your prompt reply.
Since I expect no reply, I am preparing a FOIA request just to let them know we know.
Its time. Hear it whistling?