Woodward and Bernstein had their informant, highly-placed in the Nixon administration, who provided them with information and direction in investigating the Watergate scandal. I don’t have any sources in the Obama administration, but I do have the occasional attorney and journalist who send me things. Like Woodward and Bernstein, I don’t disclose my private sources.
One of these sources forwarded the following email sent to the New Jersey State Assembly, by Dr. Sanford Aranoff who, if my research is accurate, has a PhD in Theoretical Physics and is a professor in New Jersey. Other publications by Aranoff include the article “The Age of the World” discussing methods employed to reconcile the Torah (Jewish scripture) and scientific views about the age of the world (no, he is not a Creationist).
The letter ties recent events in Latin America to the Obama eligibility controversy. It makes a remarkable logical leap in suggesting that Obama would ignore the Supreme Court should they ever rule against him.
The Honduran military ejected president Manuel Zelaya from office after he ignored a Supreme Court ruling backed by the Honduran Congress which barred him from holding a referendum this week that would have empowered him to endanger democracy.
Suppose the U.S. Supreme Court rules that Obama was not born in the U.S., and so cannot be President. Will Obama ignore the ruling? Continue Reading →