Skip to comments."Gentlemen don't read each other's mail"
Posted on 11/07/2012 10:14:20 AM PST by westcoastwillieg
"Gentlemen don't read each other's mail"
"Gentlemen don't read each other's mail," declared Secretary of State Henry Simpson as he closed the code breaking operation of our State Department. Fortunately, cooler heads prevailed and the OSS was formed to do just that and we know how that turned out. Using Simpsonesque logic, Republicans tried to defeat an opponent who would lie, cheat and steal by staying above the fray and we know how that turned out.
We elected a president who presented a birth certificate that an Arizona Sheriff's Posse says is a forgeryhas a questionable draft registration card and what many believe is someone else's social security number. There's even a do-it-yourself test on the web that anyone can use to check if the president's birth certificate is authentic.
Lord Monckton of Brenchley (former policy adviser to British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher) has submitted a rigorous examination of the president's long form birth certificate (LFBC) in a briefing paper he prepared for the House of Lords. He's gone a step further and submitted an affidavit for one of the court cases U.S. citizens have filed in the hope of persuading someoneanyonein office to lift a trembling, liver-spotted finger to do something about the forgery.
Up to now Republicans and the press have looked the other way, made feeble excuses, and tried to convince the public the issue didn't exist. They were attempting to keep voters from knowing they were too timid to raise the issue. Many of our citizens know the issue existsit's time to get down and dirty. As a first step, the Republican Party needs to have a neutral document examiner examine the LFBC. If they don't act, our citizens need to contact their congressman, senator, governor and attorney general and demand a congressional investigation.
Truth: he has ‘black’ skin .... that trumps everything. If he were white (& anything but Dem), he would be behind bars for fraud as we post.
Psst ... that would be Stimson.
I think that was a statement about which department should be handling the intelligence side of things.
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