Skip to comments.Virginia Attorney General can challenge Obama’s eligibility right now
Posted on 03/24/2010 11:10:09 PM PDT by Red Steel
AG KEN CUCCINELLI PLANS TO SUE OVER HEALTH CARE, BUT AN EASIER, LESS EXPENSIVE WAY TO STOP IT IS TO DEMAND THAT OBAMA PROVE HIS ELIGIBILITY
Please, please, please, take a minute and read all of the information recently posted at http://www.t-room.us. It is an open letter to Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli asking him why he is going the expensive route of a lawsuit challenging the recently passed Healthcare bill when he has an ELECTION FRAUD COMPLAINT built on strong circumstantial evidence?
Why did Bob Bauer, Obamas attorney, request that a FEDERAL COURT in Pennsylvania take judicial notice of a computer screen? It was not an official piece of paper you or I could hold and touch and feel in our hands of his supposed Certification of Live Birth issued by the state of Hawaii. Bauer actually had the nerve to ask a federal judge to take judicial notice of a COMPUTER SCREEN! Thankfully, the judge denied his request.
I filed this complaint with our Attorney Generals office on September 21, 2009. Why have I not heard a peep from his office? Better yet, why would AG Cuccinelli pursue an expensive legal case challenging the constitutionality of the recent Healthcare bill when he has a legitimate, strong, and factually-based complaint detailing election fraud perpetrated on Virginians in 2008?
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Thus the need to keep (socialist/progressive) activists off the bench.
Is it on your income tax form? According to Dave Workman it's false.
Unless of course the 2010 forms indicated are those for tax year 2010, to be filed in 2011. Those we haven't seen yet.
Here's the tax year 2009 1040 I searched it for "gun", "firearm" and "weapon. Nada.
There is a bill, HR 2022, to give a tax credit for buying a "RESIDENTIAL SAFE STORAGE DEVICE" for storage of firearms. Of course since you'd have to apply fr the credit, it's a nice way for Uncle Sugar to collect a list of gun owners. But the bill has gone nowhere.
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