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Last month I wrote a post entitled: “Best Laid Plans of Mice and Men” in which I laid out an opinion of the troubles the birth certificate “conspiracy” was going to cause no end of trouble. While this blog doesn’t garner a lot of traffic there were some comments ridiculing the idea.

Oh, ye of little faith!!!!

This morning I received in my email a donation request and my signature on a petition headed by someone called Gary Kreep. The outline of the petition is this:

 

“Demand to Barack Obama,” tell him that you’re with the United States Justice Foundation and me as we vow to legally challenge every move he makes, unless and until he proves he’s a natural born citizen by releasing his original birth certificate.

Let it be known that I am 100% with the United States Justice Foundation in its efforts to challenge each and every move you make as “President.” For unless and until you release your original birth certificate, proving you are a natural born citizen, I support USJF’s vow to file a lawsuit to dispute your every action, from executive orders to legislation.

And I agree with Gary Kreep’s description of you as “Senator Jekyll and President Hyde.” You campaigned as a centrist, promising to reach across party lines. Yet your past shows that you are relentless in your pursuit of power, that you are indeed a typical Chicago politician, schooled in the art of corruption and thuggery.

I am proud that the United States Justice Foundation is on the job!

 In addition to this Kreep fellow, under the same organizational activities we get news that Alan Keyes is also seeking to obtain Obama’s documents. Alan Keyes had this to say about why he’s serving suit:

In response to questions about why the suit was being filed, Ambassador Keyes commented, “I and others are concerned that this issue be properly investigated and decided before Senator Obama takes office. Otherwise there will be a serious doubt as to the legitimacy of his tenure. This doubt would also affect the respect people have for the Constitution as the supreme law of the land. I hope the issue can be quickly clarified so that the new President can take office under no shadow of doubt. This will be good for him and for the nation.”

In the previous piece, I said that it’s the perception not the facts that are going to matter in the end. Indeed, Obama campaigned on perception mattering more than substance. He often called himself a blank slate upon which the people could project their wishes. While the two movements cited above might be obscure at the moment, what happens when the “blank slate” does something that goes against what others have projected onto it? Couple that with powerful Democrats’ ideas of Obama doing what they tell him to do, it’s not going to be an easy administration by any measure, even discounting the current economic troubles. 

Good thing they have Bush to blame for everything that goes wrong for the past and future, eh? We sure are going to live interesting times, aren’t we? Remember that movie “Clash of the Titans”? For a followup how about “Clash of the Narcissists”? It’s sure to be an edge-of-your-seater.

6 Responses to Is It Too Early to Say: “I Told You So?”

  • Ted says:

    The question is not IF there will be an interdiction of Obama’s Presidency by the Supreme Court, the questions are WHEN and HOW that interdiction will transpire — that is, if the USA is to continue as the Constitutional Republic that now exists.

  • Joe Hunley says:

    You have a good point Ted “When and How”. I believe the “When” will occur, once the Celebrity Status of Obama slowly wears off due to the people seeing that He is not the”Quick-Fix” that so many believe him to be,

  • BB-Idaho says:

    By all meens donate, but Mr. Kreep’s organisation spends most of its donations going after other donations. No doubt, he will be ‘investigating’ long after Obama has retired. Kreep? ..hmmm 😆

  • StephC says:

    BB, you and Bruce have a way of assuming that because I brought it up, that I’m on the “train.” Going back to the original blogpost cited at the beginning of this one, I stated then, that I didn’t believe that he’s not a citizen and did state my ideas about why he allowed things to get to this point.

    And, back to the original points made in that blog post, I stated that this was going to happen but Obama could have prevented it.

    Did I also mention that this was an email advertisement I received?

    Where do you get from that, that I’m going to donate money or sign that petition?

  • BB-Idaho says:

    E-mail? Kreep has your e-mail? For some reason he must think you might donate/sign. You know, I kept getting mail from RNC, DNC, Palin, Obama, Dean and
    Cheney. I’m still trying to figure out whether its because I’m an equal opportunity address or just a nice guy. 😉 BTW, some pundits think Obama will get more heat from the far left than the right. Heat he will get…..goes widdat job!

  • StephC says:

    No, they apparently bought advertising from one of the newsletters to which I’m subscribed… actually one I’d unsubscribe to if I could figure out how. It’s not as apparent as is usual with those type newsletters.

    But that doesn’t change the fact that there are people out there doing exactly what I said they were going to do… whether they do it well or not.

    I can forward the email to you if you want.

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