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  • Clintons and Obama have a lot in common in the world of dead and missing people
  •     If I may suggest a call to action by atleast the patriots visiting this web site, and their friends....  Support Carl Swenson financially and by being at the court hearing on January 26th.........  If this is not a worthy cause, then what is ?

        If I may suggest a call to action by every TEA Party and Republican Party chapter within the State of Georgia to donate financially to the legal endeavor of Carl Swenson, et al, to spread the legal fees among the very people that believe in the Constitution, it principles, and its rights.  The State of Georgia Republican Party's Resolutions from 2011 resound to the letter the goals and achievements this law suit has the potential to achieve.  As I have always said, and discussed with Carl, case law is the fastest and quickest way to make the changes necessary to save this nation.  Case law can only be argued by attorney's, however, I do make pro se attempts.  I hope my splash 25 years ago helped make the changes to the child support laws we see today.  All that said, money, money, money.  Who will be the Republican Party Candidate?.... the one with the most money to work it.  You see where I am going.  Money, money, money, Patriots.  If not given to this legal challenge, then pray tell....what else?!?!?!?  Ask your local and State Chapters to authorize a donation to this legal effort.....Case law is the answer...plain and simple, my friends....you get what you pay for!  The legal challenges have to be on a State level.  To date, no federal judge has the integrity or the courage.  If not money, then, what other viable options do you prefer to expound, words, actions, or the essense needed for life?  Please think through the options all of us patriots will have, if this case is side tracked for .....well...you fill in the reasons.

  • I sent the following to my Florida State Senator, Florida State Leader of the Senate, Florida State Representative, Florida Leader of the House of Representatives, Florida Secretary of State, Okaloosa County Supervisor of Elections. I received a response from My State Senator advising he had contacted Florida Secretary of State and I should be contacted by that office in a couple days.

     

    SUBJECT; Ballot Challenge Florida

     

    I desire to file a ballot challenge in the State of Florida, challenging the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to serve as president and appear on the Florida ballot in 2012.

    The is ample evidence that Barack Hussein Obama fails to meet Article 2, Section 1, Clause 5 of the United States Constitution calling for "natural born citizen" qualification.  U.S. Supreme Court case Minor v. Happersett , 88 U.S. 162 (1875). defines "natural born citizen" as being born to two United States citizens, who are citizens at the time of a child's birth.  Barack Obama's father was a British subject of Kenya, never a citizen of the United States.  Barak Obama fails to meet the "natural birth citizen" requirement.

    Please provide me with the necessary guidance as to how and to whom I address my challenge.

    Thank you. 

     

    • Good job Col. Harry! We may have enough Republicans in office here to get some action. Let me know if I can help. Denny Baum GOE

      • Here's the response I received and my reply.........read from bottom up......

         

        Ms Burrus,
         
        Thank you for the information and clarification with regard to Secretary of State legal guidelines with regard to political candidate constitutional verification.
         
        I am astounded that the element of government in Florida that is reponsible to oversee election has no role whatsoever in ensuring that candidates who appear on the ballot meet consitutional requirements.
         
        The recent proven example of the New Hampshire election with many deceased people on the rolls, and no requirement to verify voters, points out the terrible empirical evidence of voter manipulation and fraud.  The same issue could well be translated to candidates who are on ballots because no one validates that candidates are eligible to be on a ballot.
         
        If you wish to see a glaring example of voter fraud in the recent New Hampshire election please view this U-Tube video
         
        I will urge my Senator Don Gaetz, Representative Brad Drake and others, to strongly consider some legislative action that will meet the common-sense test and inject much needed integrity into the election process.
         
        It appears my only option is legal/court action which I will explore. I will seek legal support to take appropriate action. Any help is appreciated.
         
        Harry Riley, COL, USA, Ret, Crestview, FL hmriley@cox.net
        850-689-1818
         
        ----- Original Message -----
        Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2012 1:00 PM
        Subject: FW: Ballot Challenge

        Mr. Riley,

         

        I have been asked to respond your email below.

         

        Currently, no requirement in Florida law exists for a political party to certify that its presidential nominee is qualified to hold the office.  The statutorily established procedure for a presidential candidate representing a political party to obtain ballot position in Florida is for the political party to deliver a certificate to the Governor before September 1st of each presidential election year listing its candidate’s presidential electors.  Once the Governor receives the list, he provides it to the Secretary of State who places the names of the candidate on the ballot (see section 103.021, Florida Statutes).    

         

        Please understand that the Florida Secretary of State performs only a ministerial function as a filing officer for all candidates, not merely presidential candidates.  This means that the Secretary has no authority or duty to look beyond the filing documents to determine if a candidate is eligible.  The Florida Supreme Court has stated:  “The law does not give the secretary of state any power or authority to inquire into or pass upon the eligibility of a candidate to hold office for the nomination for which he is running.”  If a candidate (or the party in the case of a major political party nominating someone as a Presidential candidate) files the necessary paperwork under Chapter 103, Florida Statutes, which papers are complete on their face, the Secretary must qualify the candidate.  The Secretary has no authority to place any demands upon a candidate once the candidate (or political party in the case of a presidential candidate) files the necessary qualifying papers with the Division of Elections.  Again, nothing in Florida law requires the candidate or party to state that the candidate meets the qualifications for the office of President of the United States.  No process exists in Florida law for challenging the placement of a presidential candidate’s name on the Florida ballot; therefore, the only recourse is to institute a legal action in an appropriate court. 

         

        Therefore, before an election, unless legislation is enacted to change the procedures, challenges against the citizenship and other constitutional requirements for a presidential candidate are matters that would have to be addressed by an applicable court based upon a properly instituted lawsuit.  If changes are to occur, Congress or the Florida Legislature must act as they are the ones with the ability to alter the qualifying procedures for presidential candidates in keeping with the constitutional requirements for the office. 

         

        However, after an election, section 102.168, Florida Statutes, provides that any unsuccessful candidate for the office being sought, any voter qualified to vote in the election, or any taxpayer may file an election contest in the circuit court based upon the successful candidate’s ineligibility for the office sought. Such contest must be brought within 10 days of the date the last board responsible for certifying the results officially certified the results of the election being contested. 

         

        I hope this helps you better understand the presidential qualifying process, the role of the Florida Secretary of State in that process, and the applicable candidate challenge process.  If you desire changes to occur in the process for vetting the qualifications of presidential candidates, you should contact your elected legislative representatives who would have the authority to propose legislative changes to the process.  

         

        Sincerely,

         

        Christie Burrus

        Florida Department of State

        Dead People Receive Ballots in NH Primary
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        • Harry:

          Looks like some people disagree with Christie and FL govt keeps stonewalling:

          http://obamaballotchallenge.com/florida 

          • George......here's what I received.............my response first, then Secretary of State feedback that I responded to............

             

            From: hmriley [mailto:hmriley@cox.net]
            Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2012 3:09 PM
            To: Burrus, Christie D.
            Cc: ULLERY.MELISSA.S04; GAETZ.DON.WEB; Drake, Brad; Rep Cannon; HARIDOPOLOS.MIKE.S26
            Subject: Re: Ballot Challenge - Florida

             

            Ms Burrus,

             

            Thank you for the information and clarification with regard to Secretary of State legal guidelines with regard to political candidate constitutional verification.

             

            I am astounded that the element of government in Florida that is reponsible to oversee election has no role whatsoever in ensuring that candidates who appear on the ballot meet consitutional requirements.

             

            The recent proven example of the New Hampshire election with many deceased people on the rolls, and no requirement to verify voters, points out the terrible empirical evidence of voter manipulation and fraud.  The same issue could well be translated to candidates who are on ballots because no one validates that candidates are eligible to be on a ballot.

             

            If you wish to see a glaring example of voter fraud in the recent New Hampshire election please view this U-Tube video

             

            I will urge my Senator Don Gaetz, Representative Brad Drake and others, to strongly consider some legislative action that will meet the common-sense test and inject much needed integrity into the election process.

             

            It appears my only option is legal/court action which I will explore. I will seek legal support to take appropriate action. Any help is appreciated.

             

            Harry Riley, COL, USA, Ret, Crestview, FL hmriley@cox.net

            850-689-1818

             

            ----- Original Message -----

            Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2012 1:00 PM

            Subject: FW: Ballot Challenge

             

            Mr. Riley,

             

            I have been asked to respond your email below.

             

            Currently, no requirement in Florida law exists for a political party to certify that its presidential nominee is qualified to hold the office.  The statutorily established procedure for a presidential candidate representing a political party to obtain ballot position in Florida is for the political party to deliver a certificate to the Governor before September 1st of each presidential election year listing its candidate’s presidential electors.  Once the Governor receives the list, he provides it to the Secretary of State who places the names of the candidate on the ballot (see section 103.021, Florida Statutes).    

             

            Please understand that the Florida Secretary of State performs only a ministerial function as a filing officer for all candidates, not merely presidential candidates.  This means that the Secretary has no authority or duty to look beyond the filing documents to determine if a candidate is eligible.  The Florida Supreme Court has stated:  “The law does not give the secretary of state any power or authority to inquire into or pass upon the eligibility of a candidate to hold office for the nomination for which he is running.”  If a candidate (or the party in the case of a major political party nominating someone as a Presidential candidate) files the necessary paperwork under Chapter 103, Florida Statutes, which papers are complete on their face, the Secretary must qualify the candidate.  The Secretary has no authority to place any demands upon a candidate once the candidate (or political party in the case of a presidential candidate) files the necessary qualifying papers with the Division of Elections.  Again, nothing in Florida law requires the candidate or party to state that the candidate meets the qualifications for the office of President of the United States.  No process exists in Florida law for challenging the placement of a presidential candidate’s name on the Florida ballot; therefore, the only recourse is to institute a legal action in an appropriate court. 

             

            Therefore, before an election, unless legislation is enacted to change the procedures, challenges against the citizenship and other constitutional requirements for a presidential candidate are matters that would have to be addressed by an applicable court based upon a properly instituted lawsuit.  If changes are to occur, Congress or the Florida Legislature must act as they are the ones with the ability to alter the qualifying procedures for presidential candidates in keeping with the constitutional requirements for the office. 

             

            However, after an election, section 102.168, Florida Statutes, provides that any unsuccessful candidate for the office being sought, any voter qualified to vote in the election, or any taxpayer may file an election contest in the circuit court based upon the successful candidate’s ineligibility for the office sought. Such contest must be brought within 10 days of the date the last board responsible for certifying the results officially certified the results of the election being contested. 

             

            I hope this helps you better understand the presidential qualifying process, the role of the Florida Secretary of State in that process, and the applicable candidate challenge process.  If you desire changes to occur in the process for vetting the qualifications of presidential candidates, you should contact your elected legislative representatives who would have the authority to propose legislative changes to the process.  

             

            Sincerely,

             

            Christie Burrus

            Florida Department of State

             

            Dead People Receive Ballots in NH Primary
            Donate to projectveritas.com On January 10th, Project Veritas reporters walked into New Hampshire Polling Locations during the Presidential Primaries…
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