Monday, May 3, 2010

Lakin Not Mistaken?

A decorated Army doctor who defied orders that he deploy to Afghanistan in order to use his court-martial to determine whether President Obama was born in the United States has chosen the wrong venue to make his case, military lawyers told Army Doctor Court Martial May Yield No New Document

via Alan Keyes

There is no question that doubt exists as to the Constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama for the Office of President. Had there been any authoritative pronouncement on the subject from an impartial and constitutionally empowered element of the U.S. government (the Supreme Court or the Congress) the officers of the military would be obliged to defer to that authoritative and constitutionally authorized judgment. But the Congress has refused to address the subject, and the Supreme Court of the United States has evaded the issue. Their dereliction leaves the doubt constitutionally unresolved, so that every military officer, and indeed every citizen of the United States, can have no certainty as to the Constitutionality of any action performed by Barack Obama when he claims to wield the executive power of the U.S. government. Indeed, if Obama is not constitutionally qualified to be President, the Constitution plainly states that the executive power passes to the Vice-President.-Why Lt. Col. Lakin is not mistaken

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