Sunday, November 2, 2008




"Cafferty File: McCain Not U.S. Citizen?"
CNN says McCain's eligibility is questionable.

"Sarah Palin and the Alaska Independence Party. Palin addresses AIP convention"
Palin praises "inspiring work" by gun-toting right-wing nuts toward breaking up the United States.

NOT ELIGIBLE TO BE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF: McCain Could Be Disqualified If He Wins; Palin Might Then Bust Up The United States, Her Secret Agenda. Pelosi Is Next In Line...

Much has been made of the fact that Barack Hussein Obama's father was born in Kenya, and that his mother divorced the Dad and remarried a man in Indonesia, where Obama then went to live. But Barack was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, as his birth records show, and his mother was always a U.S. citizen.

John Sidney McCain III was born somewhere in Latin America, supposedly on a shadowy military facility in the jungles of Panama. Was it foreign soil? Are there any records? Who were his real mother and father? Is there any proof of his parentage? Or was his birth deliberately moved to Central America to conceal his true origins? Was his actual mother a Panamanian prostitute? Was his true father a Columbian gigolo? Does anyone really know? Who is John McCain?

He claims to be the same person who was arrested and imprisoned by the Vietnamese government for terror-bombing Vietnamese children. He says he was brainwashed by them, and forced to make propaganda for them. Did his programming include taking over the United States of America? To what end? Can he be trusted today? Has he ever been de-programmed? By whom? For what purpose? Is he a Manchurian Candidate, bent upon our destruction, possibly a communist, islamist or fascist dupe? How do we know?

Until these questions are answered, McCain is or should be ineligible to serve as President of the United States. His unqualified lunatic choice for next-in-line for the Presidency, Vice Presidential candidate Sarah Palin, currently under investigation in Alaska, is an advocate of secession from the Union, which is treasonous. If she attempts to take over the government, military and law enforcement officers would be duty-bound to arrest and imprison her. That would leave us without a President, until Nancy Pelosi, next in line as Speaker of the House of Representatives, could step in. If our enemies don't step in first.



Would we rather have Nancy Pelosi appointed or Barack Obama elected as President? That is the real choice. America cannot stand any more chaos and uncertainty. To avoid all this, we have no choice but to elect the only competent loyal American born in this country that is still in the race and eligible to take the office of the Presidency, Barack Obama. Vote Country First, America! You don't want to live in Manchuria, do you?

(Where is Manchuria, anyway? Is that where Fu Manchu is from? Wicked kewl 'stash, bro! It might not be so bad after all, living the Manchu way! Do they have helmet laws? How much is gas there? Just askin'.)

"John McCain, the Republican Bet"
See, the Latino's know!

' Born in 1936, in a US base in the Panama Canal, another issue that went against him when he ran for the White House in 2000. According to the US Constitution, to run for the Presidency you have to be born in a state of the Union. '

"McCain's citizenship called into question"
I thought Romney was a cholo, that vato!
' This issue has been raised before in the presidential campaigns of Barry Goldwater, born in Arizona territory not the United States, and George Romney, born in Mexico. But it was never resolved. In 1964, the Supreme Court seemed to say, without deciding, that "natural born" meant born inside the United States. In an opinion on an unrelated issue, the court observed, "The rights of citizenship of the native born and of the naturalized person are of the same dignity and are coextensive. The only difference drawn by the Constitution is that only the 'natural born' citizen is eligible to be President." But that language is not legally binding, and the Supreme Court has never ruled on what "natural born" means. '

"McCain’s Canal Zone Birth Prompts Queries About Whether That Rules Him Out"
Musty? McCain is musty, all right!
' Mr. McCain’s likely nomination as the Republican candidate for president and the happenstance of his birth in the Panama Canal Zone in 1936 are reviving a musty debate that has surfaced periodically since the founders first set quill to parchment and declared that only a “natural-born citizen” can hold the nation’s highest office. Almost since those words were written in 1787 with scant explanation, their precise meaning has been the stuff of confusion, law school review articles, whisper campaigns and civics class debates over whether only those delivered on American soil can be truly natural born. To date, no American to take the presidential oath has had an official birthplace outside the 50 states. “There are powerful arguments that Senator McCain or anyone else in this position is constitutionally qualified, but there is certainly no precedent,” said Sarah H. Duggin, an associate professor of law at Catholic University who has studied the issue extensively. “It is not a slam-dunk situation.” Ms. Duggin and others who have explored the arcane subject in depth say legal argument and basic fairness may indeed be on the side of Mr. McCain, a longtime member of Congress from Arizona. But multiple experts and scholarly reviews say the issue has never been definitively resolved by either Congress or the Supreme Court. “They ought to have the same rights,” said Don Nickles, a former Republican senator from Oklahoma who in 2004 introduced legislation that would have established that children born abroad to American citizens could harbor presidential ambitions without a legal cloud over their hopes. “There is some ambiguity because there has never been a court case on what ‘natural-born citizen’ means.” The conflict that could conceivably ensnare Mr. McCain goes more to the interpretation of “natural born” when weighed against intent and decades of immigration law. Mr. McCain’s citizenship was established by statutes covering the offspring of Americans abroad and laws specific to the Canal Zone as Congress realized that Americans would be living and working in the area for extended periods. But whether he qualifies as natural-born has been a topic of Internet buzz for months, with some declaring him ineligible while others assert that he meets all the basic constitutional qualifications — a natural-born citizen at least 35 years of age with 14 years of residence. “I don’t think he has any problem whatsoever,” said Mr. Nickles, a McCain supporter. “But I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if somebody is going to try to make an issue out of it. If it goes to court, I think he will win.” '

"Sarah Palin: Voted Most Likely to Secede"
Maybe it's because she can see Russia from her taxpayer-funded hot-tub.
' But one item in her resume seems to be unknown by the majority of Americans, since it has gone virtually unreported by most of the mainstream media. This is the fact that Sarah Palin would actually like for the state of Alaska to secede from the United States and become its own sovereign nation. Palin's husband Todd was, for a number of years, a card carrying member of the Alaskan Independence Party (the AIP), whose avowed goal is getting a vote for secession on the ballot in Alaska, and passed as quickly a possible. Sarah Palin herself can be seen in a DVD she sent to the AIP's convention, welcoming them and effusively praising their efforts to dismember the United States. '

"We're Outta Here"
By golly, they're traitors!
' Todd Palin, husband of Sarah, was a member of the secessionist Alaska Independence Party from 1995 through 2002. That's the information we just got from the Alaska Division of elections. Probably not coincidentally, 2002 was the first time Sarah Palin ran for statewide office in Alaska. '

"Meet Sarah Palin's radical right-wing pals"
"Welcome to the White House, boys! When would you like to pull the U.S. military out of Alaska? Would noon today be OK? Kool-aid, anyone?"
' Though Chryson belongs to a fringe political party, one that advocates the secession of Alaska from the Union, and that organizes with other like-minded secessionist movements from Canada to the Deep South, he is not without peculiar influence in state politics, especially the rise of Sarah Palin. An obscure figure outside of Alaska, Chryson has been a political fixture in the hometown of the Republican vice-presidential nominee for over a decade. During the 1990s, when Chryson directed the AIP, he and another radical right-winger, Steve Stoll, played a quiet but pivotal role in electing Palin as mayor of Wasilla and shaping her political agenda afterward. Both Stoll and Chryson not only contributed to Palin's campaign financially, they played major behind-the-scenes roles in the Palin camp before, during and after her victory. Palin backed Chryson as he successfully advanced a host of anti-tax, pro-gun initiatives, including one that altered the state Constitution's language to better facilitate the formation of anti-government militias. She joined in their vendetta against several local officials they disliked, and listened to their advice about hiring. She attempted to name Stoll, a John Birch Society activist known in the Mat-Su Valley as "Black Helicopter Steve," to an empty Wasilla City Council seat. "Every time I showed up her door was open," said Chryson. "And that policy continued when she became governor." '

[Cross-posted on blog me no blogs.].