Saturday, December 20, 2008

Florida, like all the other states admits that nobody vetted Obama's eligibility and recommends to go to court

Hi,



Can you forward this email to the parties in the Florida Obama Case.



This is prime evidence from their General Counsel.



Thanks J



From: McDuffie, Doris [mailto:DMcDuffie@dos.state.fl.us] On Behalf Of Secretary of State
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 9:15 AM
To: Dwight Meeks
Subject: RE: Obama is a citizen but not a natural born citizen



Mr. Meeks:

Thank you for inquiring about the determination of a candidate's eligibility to run for President of United States. The Florida Department of State does not have investigative or enforcement authority to ensure that major parties╩╝ Presidential candidates are properly qualified to be President of the United States. The U.S. Constitution establishes the qualifying requirements for President. Under Florida law, the way in which a major party's candidate is placed on the ballot is that the state executive committee of each political party submits its slate of presidential electors for its candidate before September 1st of each presidential election year; then, by law, the names of candidates are printed on the ballot. Those candidates are not required to provide any documents to the State that they meet the qualifications for office.



The Florida Secretary of State performs only a ministerial function. So, the Secretary has no authority or responsibility to look beyond the filing documents to determine if a candidate is eligible. If a candidate (or the party in the case of a major political party nominating someone as a Presidential candidate) files the necessary paperwork, which papers are complete on their face, the Secretary must qualify the candidate.



Any challenge to the qualifications of a U.S. Presidential candidate should be made in a court of competent jurisdiction. The Department of Justice in Washington, D.C., may also be a resource for information or inquiry on this matter. Contact information for the Department of Justice is: AskDOJ@usdoj.gov.; phone: 202-514-2000; and U.S. Department of Justice, 950 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW. Washington, DC 20530-0001.



I hope you find this information helpful.



Charlotte Wheeler

General Counsel Office

R.A. Gray Building

500 S. Bronough St

Tallahassee FL 32399

(850) 245-6536

cawheeler@dos.state.fl.us





Florida Department of State

Office of the Secretary of State

R.A. Gray Building

500 South Bronough Street

Tallahassee, Florida 32399-0250

Telephone: (850) 245-6500

Fascimile: (850) 245-6125

Website: www.dos.state.fl.us



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From: Dwight Meeks [mailto:dmeeks3@cfl.rr.com]
Sent: Wednesday, November 19, 2008 12:21 AM
To: Secretary of State
Subject: Obama is a citizen but not a natural born citizen
Importance: High



There is a case before supreme court Clarence Thomas that says Obama is Not a Natural born citizen because his father was a citizen of England.



Meaning even though he was born in Hawaii he had a father of another country.



Our founding fathers meant for all presidents to be a natural born citizen meaning both Father and mother natural born.



With the fact his dad isn’t natural born then it would put Obama with dual citizenship which he has confessed on his website.



My request is that you do not allow the electorate to vote and wait for Supreme Court Decision that is posted with Clarence Thomas