Canada Free PressBy Bob Beers Monday, April 12, 2010
On page 31 in the transcribed text of the March 25, 2010 session of the Kenyan Parliament, there is a brief statement by the Kenyan Minister for Lands (Mr. Orengo). What Mr. Orengo says is nothing short of a bombshell, and yet not a mention has been made anywhere in the mainstream media. I think, for obvious reasons.
Here is the text of the salient portion:
â€œIn the colonial days, these things were being done on the ground and they could give bursaries and build roads. I commend devolution. Those who fear devolution are living in the past. They are being guided by their ethnic consideration and objectives. They are living in the past. If America was living in a situation where they feared ethnicity and did not see itself as a multiparty state or nation, how could a young man born here in Kenya, who is not even a native American, become the President of America? It is because they did away with exclusion.â€
Here is the text of a rather important portion of our Constitution:
â€œNo Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.â€
This is the definition of the legal term â€œreasonable doubtâ€:
â€œThe level of certainty a juror must have to find a defendant guilty of a crime. A real doubt, based upon reason and common sense after careful and impartial consideration of all the evidence, or lack of evidence, in a case.
Proof beyond a reasonable doubt, therefore, is proof of such a convincing character that you would be willing to rely and act upon it without hesitation in the most important of your own affairs. However, it does not mean an absolute certainty.â€
Since the first report of Barack Hussein Obamaâ€™s doubtful heritage surfaced, those citizens brave enough to swim upstream have been ridiculed, defamed, derided and denounced, and not just by uberliberals such as those infesting the halls of MSNBC, but by members of their own political demographic. It seems that, just like every other aspect of our constitution they find inconvenient, those who are comfortable with the status quo are quite happy to ignore this one as well.
Well, the law of our land is not intended to ensure you comfort, nor is it intended to allow you to set aside those clauses you find inconvenient. Based on the constitutional requirements and the definition of reasonable doubt, it seems to me that at the very least a congressional inquiry into our sitting Presidentâ€™s birth record should be instigated. Can anyone say that this is an unreasonable opinion? And, if so, why?
Consider NPR, National Public Radio, not a common hotbed of conservative opinion. NPR reported Obamaâ€™s birthplace as Kenya, not Hawaii. During the presidential campaign, Michelle Obama, one who should know where her husband was born, listed Kenya as Obamaâ€™s birthplace. She did this while addressing a group of, shall we say, differently-oriented reproductive types. No less a personage than the Kenyan Ambassador to the U.S. confirmed Mrs. Obamaâ€™s assertion, using the phrase that Barack Hussein Obamaâ€™s origins in Kenyan were â€œwell-knownâ€. This was backed up by the Kenyan Parliament on the day after the 2008 election. On November 5, 2008, the Kenyan Parliament refers to Obama as a â€œson of the soilâ€.
That phrase may mean little in U.S. English, but in African culture it means a lot. It is not at all like someone celebrating an ancestral heritage. No, it means that the current sitting American President is a Native Kenyan, not American. So what do we do?
The first thing we do is stop calling those fellow conservatives who express concern over Obamaâ€™s shady background â€œbirthersâ€. In order to act seriously, we have to be taken seriously. We have to stop allowing the snide comments of liberals to pass by unchallenged. The mushy-brained who believe anything the socialist left puts out find it very comfortable to put down conservative thought as being somewhat Neanderthal. We have to ramp up our own ridicule of their lack of intellect. Liberal Thinking needs to be roundly advertised as the supreme oxymoron. Tina Fey needs to be put up as the poster girl for the bubble-brained. Every time a typo shows up in a newspaper or on the text line of a news broadcast, send them a correction along with a suggestion that they learn to use a dictionary. Every time some empty-head liberal on TV makes a mistake, no matter how small, let them know.
Why all of this? Because liberals are the thinnest-skinned species in the universe. There is no more intolerant, abusive, biased form of life around than the â€œsmugly confident in their own ignoranceâ€ liberal. They are incapable of taking common sense advice and acting upon it. They typify the textbook definition of insanity by consistently doing the same erroneous action repeatedly while expecting a different result each time. And, the only way we are going to get any response on our demand for an investigation into Barack Hussein Obamaâ€™s birth circumstance is by forcing the issue. It only takes one liberal to get Congress to act against a conservative. For us, this will be like a salmon attempting to swim upstream at Niagara Falls. It is going to take the same sort of concerted effort the left has put into their attempt to marginalize Sarah Palin, and based on the lack of interest from on-air talent such as Hannity, Beck, Ingraham, Limbaugh, Doyle and yes, even Savage, I donâ€™t see an easy start.
If you think back to when this all started, it was during the early stages of the Presidential campaign after the primaries. Obamaâ€™s uncertain parentage had come up, but so had the manufactured controversy over Palinâ€™s disabled child, and now I know why. The Palins were quick to show more than enough documented proof as to who were the recorded parents of Trig Palin, but not so much for the Obamaâ€™s. Nevadaâ€™s own Republican Senator John Ensign was more forthcoming in his responses to demands for documentation and even then the press went into full attack mode. Where the Obamas were concerned, it was more like, â€œWellâ€¦we can see youâ€™re busy. Whenever you get around to it just let us know. No, no, weâ€™ll let ourselves out. Sorry to bother you.â€ Does anyone else see a dichotomy here?
It seems to me that the assertions by the Kenyan Parliament are more than serious enough to warrant action. This is not a group of semi-literate people gathered around a tribal compound deciding whether or not to learn how to make fire. Read the text of their deliberations. In many ways they are more cordial and more considering than those men who founded our own country. I cannot accept the suggestion that this statement of fact was anything other than just that.
Based on the evidence, his own family admission and the recorded statements of reasonable men and the requirements of the Constitution of the United States.
Barack Hussein Obama is not qualified to be the U.S. President. http://canadafreepress.com/index.php/article/21895