Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Maybe we should recall senator Sessions from Alabama (here is a letter from him and a suggested answer)

please send him a letter, stating that you have forwarded all the info to him and his letter will be read in 30 radio stations around the country and Defend our Freedoms convention in Dallas TX, April 2-5. The whole state of Al and the whole country should know that it might be time to start a petition to recall Senator Sessions, who after receiving all the information about Obama's lack of Natural born status, is personally attacking concerned citizens, instead of forwarding this info to the Senate Judicial committee, FBI and US attorney's office for criminal investigation of massive fraud committed by Obama, that is still refusing to provide his original birth certificate from Hawaii, after 32 law suits were filed around the country and Obama spent reported $800,000 in attorney's fees to keep this original vault birth certificate sealed. Please find out from the secretary of state, how many signatures do we need in the state of Alabama for a recall campaign. I can post a petition on the blog to sign to recall Sessions. We know that the replacement Senator will be a Republican as well. You will not end up with a liberal democrat, but it will be a Republican with decency and a backbone to demand from Obama production of his original BC, his immigration records, his passports from Indonesia, Kenya and Great Britain and his school and university enrollment records.

Here is the second letter I have received from Senator Jeff Sessions-Alabama. After the first letter, I sent him back a second one stating the facts on Obama's colb vs. birth certificate, and other facts. This letter is a disgrace. Especially the part about "engaging in personality politics". "As you are aware, stories have circulated that call into question President-elect Obama's citizenship. Additionally, various lawsuits have been filed alleging that Obama is not a natural born citizen of the United States, and therefore is constitutionally ineligible for the office of President. However, in June 2008, President-elect Obama released a digitally scanned image of his birth certificate, and Hawaii's Director of the State Department of Health, Chiyome Fukimo, has verified it authenticity.I believe that President-elect Obama has met all of the requirements of citizenship as set forth the U.S. State Department, and therefore is eligible for the office of the presidency. As you may know , on Jan.8, 2009, Congress certified and tallied the Electoral College results that verified President-elect Obama's election as the next president of the Untied States.I firmly believe that the office of the presidency should be held in high regard and the president treated with respect, no matter who occupies the position. Rather than engage in personality politics, Americans should expect Congress and the President to work together to find substantive solutions to the pressing issues that our nation faces today.Thank you again for writing.