Here are some comments I made elsewhere (deleted or not):
A request that letters should be sent to the Supreme Court appeared in WorldNetDaily. In response to a commenter at The Right Side of Life:
I think it is seriously misguided for anyone to think that somebody writing a letter to the Supreme Court will make them any more serious about the Constitution than they already are.
These people live, eat and breathe the Constitution. To write “Wussy” on their pictures, or call them negligent, scared or clueless is not only an unwarranted insult to them, but also to the United States of America.
In another comment on The Right Side of Life I replied:
So let me get this straight: All the Secretaries of State and the Electoral College and the entire Congress (and the Supreme Court in Donofrio, Wrotnowski and come Monday Berg) are in complete agreement, and you disagree.
So that makes you right? I think that you should at least consider the possibility that somebody is yanking your chain.
And again on The Right Side of Life someone wrote:
We have now been given an enormous clue as to who’s involved in this entire coverup:
1. The Electors
3. State officials, including governors and the SoS
4. The Supreme Court
5. The current President
6. The press
Once this information blows over he’s not eligible and is indicted, and he will by the government or by the people, they will all lose. And by lose, it could be more than just their careers.
Let us hope that this will not happen for their sake.
To which I replied:
I can’t believe that I’m reading this outside of some cheap fictional novel. The whole freaking government (federal and state!) is in on the conspiracy? Why? Why would every single member of Congress suddenly decide to give up their normal jobs and sign on to a conspiracy orders of magnitude bigger than anything imagined, much less than ever happened?
Go over to the Wikipedia and read the article on Conspiracy Theory.
The Betrayal blog (aptly named) after declaring the entire Congress, the Supreme Court and the Electoral College to be traitors, urges US soldiers to take back the country. I replied:
There is not now, nor has there ever been, any Constitutional requirement that a natural born citizen have citizen parents. It was not in law at the time the Constitution was ratified, is not the in Constitution, it is not in the US Code and it is not in any court decision since. And I challenge anyone who thinks otherwise to cite the section from the Constitution, the provision in the US Code or the court decision that says otherwise (except that it be twisted falsely through logical fallacy). You cannot because it does not exist.
In 1844 a New York judge in the opinion of Lynch v. Clarke said:
“Suppose a person should be elected President who was native born, but of alien parents, could there be any reasonable doubt that he was eligible under the constitution? I think not.”
The analysis of the history of citizenship law supporting the preceding aside comment is as valid today as it was in 1844, and fairly represents the entire history of court statements on this subject. Full text of Lynch available here.
I hope no member of the armed forces will be made into a traitor through the disinformation of legal charlatans.
ConstitutionWatch.org published an inane article saying Obama is guilty because somebody is suing him. I replied on January 19, 2009:
I note among your facts, that Obama is being sued, and that people are asking for records. What I do not understand is why you think any of these are “evidence” of anything. I have listened to the full Obama grandmother tape, not the edited YouTube version, and it is quite clear she is saying Obama was born in Hawaii, and there is no report of her telling friends and neighbors that Obama was born in Kenya. There is also a YouTube video of Obama’s uncle, standing next to grandmother Obama’s house, saying the first time Barack Obama was in Kenya was in 1987. So that “fact” is totally bogus. Barack Obama never made any statement as to which hospital he was born in, so that “fact” is bogus too. Finally the travel ban to Pakistan is a total myth, as proven by a story from 1981 in the New York Times, in the Travel section, of a reporter who traveled to Pakistan and reported that Americans could get a free 30-day visa at the border. The truth at obamaconspiracy.org.
Citizenwells criticized a commenter for saying unkind things about Dr. Orly, saying that she wasn’t running for president. I replied:
citizenwells said “Orly is not running for president”.
That’s true but she might be running for whatever post opens up after her “Patriots” in the armed forces revolt and overthrow the lawful United States government tomorrow. If you think I’m being ridiculous, then you haven’t been reading her blog.
After declaring “Nurenberg [sic] style trials” for anyone guilty of contradicting her version of the truth about Obama, this is what she said in an article titled “what should be done?”:
I hope that the men in this country, particularly in our military will finally revolt against this travesty of Justice. If our government and our elected officials and our judiciary have failed us, then it is time for the new government, new elected officials and a new judiciary.
Back at The Betrayal, commenting on an article titled: Linda Starr Posts New Information that has the old “travel ban to Indonesia” along with the curious comment of “independent confirmation of information we’ve had and from OUR OWN State Department”. I politely commented:
I’ve never been able to track down the source of the “travel ban to Pakistan” story.
There was an early version on WorldNetDaily by Aaron Klein that it was “difficult” for Americans to go to Pakistan. This seems to be speculation based on the fact that Pakistan was a Muslim country under military rule, which grew over the months into a “travel ban” to Pakistan in a later article in WorldNetDaily by Janet Porter.
Of course I didn’t tell them (in hopes my comment would pass moderation) that the whole travel ban myth is long blown by a 1981 article in the New York Times travel section describing a tourist trip to Pakistan by an American that year. Adding “independent confirmation of information we’ve had and from OUR OWN State Department” appears to be just another stage in the evolution of the myth.