Tuesday, May 05, 2009

TONIGHT--PLAINTIFFS TO DISCUSS LEGAL ACTION AGAINST OBAMA

Tonight on THE ANDREA SHEA-KING SHOW we'll be discussing the Obama birth certificate issue...again. Dr. Orly Taitz put the word out at her site for plaintiffs to come on the show and explain their interest in the suit. As of this writing, we have four guests planned for this evening, so the show has been extended to 90 minutes.

I've lost count on the number of suits brought in this action against Obama, so I'll work on having a more exact figure later, maybe by airtime. But, at last count, well over a month ago, there were 42 suits. Some have been rejected by the court for "standing" but none have ever been examined or decided on the core issue of citizenship. Congress has been hit with a class action as well. In addition, about a half dozen citizen grand juries have been held with more planned.

Also, it's estimated that Obama's law firms have racked up about a million dollars in legal fees defending these suits.

The issue: Is Obama a natural born citizen as defined by our constitution? I can't prove he isn't. And no one else can prove he is. Obama has the ability to put the issue to bed by showing his long-form birth certificate, but for some reason he's unable or unwilling to do so. Why? Your guess is as good as mine.

For the moment, forget about the natural born citizenship issue. Instead, think about this: Never in the history of this nation has a sitting president been hit with well over 50 legal actions pertaining to the issue of citizenship. If it happened before, I missed it. In my mind that's a news story, plain and simple. But the MSM will not ask Obama or his press secretary the one obvious question.

Conspiracy theory? No. Red flags.

Tune in tonight as we examine this issue. THE ANDREA SHEA-KING SHOW 9 PM ET.

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**Click here only if you're genuinely interested in learning more. American Thinker posted this Nov '08.

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