Larry Sinclair’s Journey –
Larry Sinclair’s Campaign for the 24th Congressional District seat in Florida is coming right along.
First from CitizenWells:
February 22, 2010
WDBO, Orlando FL, Candidate: I AM a crook!
I spoke to Larry Sinclair a few minutes ago, he told me about the following article on the WDBO, Orlando blog.
From WDBO, Hazen’s News Blog, February 22, 2010.
“Candidate: I AM a crook!”
“Republicans have been licking their chops for the past year to find a candidate who can win back the District 24 Congressional seat from Suzanne Kosmas. But they’re also going to have to face off with one “no party affiliation” guy who is laying it all out there.
Allow me to introduce you to Larry Sinclair (that’s him in the picture to the left). He lives in Port Orange, and wants you to know a couple of things.
Per his website:
I have criminal convictions between 1981 thru 1986 for ‘Theft’ based on writing bad checks; ‘Forgery’ for signing former Youth Counselors names to checks, and ‘Unauthorized use of a Financial Transaction Device’ from using a credit card number by phone to pay a hotel stay in 1986.”
“And you have to love his motto.
“I have served my time, now it’s time I serve my Country.””
“The allegations Larry Sinclair makes in this book about our current president should be sending shock-waves through our national media. Consider that on November 6 & 7, 1999 Sinclair claims that he engaged in homosexual acts with then-Illinois Senator Barack Obama, who during these trysts not only procured cocaine for the author, but also smoked crack cocaine while being fellated. Although relatively unknown outside his home state at the time, Obama hit the national stage in 2004 by delivering a keynote speech at the Democratic National Convention. Sinclair realized only then that he’d engaged in sex with an up-and-coming political superstar.”
Mr. Sinclair is also going to have an opportunity to do a meet and greet in a local restaurant.
Eat dinner – and question congressional candidates for dessert
2010 election, Alan Grayson, Suzanne Kosmas — posted by orlandosentinel on February, 22 2010 12:20 PM
UPDATE: Diana Evans says she’s heard from Sandy Adams, Karen Diebel, Deon Long, Larry Sinclair, Ed Dedelow and Heinie Heintzelman – all Republicans running for the District 24 nomination — have said they’ll be at her next “Eat and Greet.” She said she’s not had an answer yet from GOP candidate Jim Foster or incumbent U.S. Rep. Suzanne Kosmas, D-New Smyrna Beach.
Not long ago, a voter named Diana Evans set up the “Red, White and Blue Team” — herself and four friends — to try to introduce Central Florida voters to the literally dozens of candidates who are running for office in the region. They called their idea “Eat and Greet” — they’d set up at a local restaurant, invite the candidates to make two-minute presentations and then let them circulate to tables for “speed-dating” with constituents…
…It’s this Thursday, Feb. 25th, from 6-8 PM at the Perkins on 11662 University Blvd., near UCF…..Continue Reading
I wish I could be there! Go Larry!!!
Natural Born Citizen Issue-
I watched this occur on Fox News Sunday and Chris Wallace’s lack of correction points out that FOX and others are not going to attempt to set the record straight. Being a natural born citizen requires a candidate to be born in the U.S. to parents who were U.S. citizens at the time of his or her birth.
It is very disappointing that it seems the courts are going to allow politicians and the media to effectively amend the Constitution of the United States.
Michigan governor pooh-poohs concern over dual allegiances
Posted: February 22, 2010
11:26 pm Eastern
© 2010 WorldNetDaily
The governor of Michigan has pooh-poohed concern over her allegiance to Canada – she was born there and has dual citizenship in the United States and Canada – and whether that would impact her candidacy if she chose to run for president.
“Come on,” Jennifer Granholm said while being interviewed, along with Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, by Chris Wallace on “Fox News Sunday.”
The discussion was about what’s going on in Washington and how it impacts states. At the end of the interview, Wallace asked Granholm about her plans.
“Your two terms are up at the end of this year. Do you have any interest in moving here to Washington and working in the administration?” he asked.
“Are you offering me a job? No, I …” she said.
“Yes, because I’m a conduit for the Obama White House. Exactly,” Wallace joked.
“No, I’m totally focused this year on creating every single job I can until the last moment,” Granholm said. “December 31st at midnight is when I’ll stop. So I have no idea what I’m going to do next, but I’m not going to run for president. I can tell you that.”
Wallace then pointed out that she would be unqualified to run, anyway.
“We should point out Gov. Granholm is a Canadian and cannot run for president,” he said.
“I’m American. I’ve got dual citizenship,” Granholm corrected him….Continue Reading
From Mario Apuzzo comes news regarding Kerchner v Obama.
Monday, February 22, 2010
On January 19, 2010, I filed the Appellants’ Opening Brief in the appeal of Kerchner et al. v. Obama et al. which is currently pending in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals in Philadelphia. In that appeal, we maintain that the New Jersey Federal District Court erred in dismissing our case by ruling that plaintiffs do not have standing to challenge Obama’s alleged eligibility to be President and Commander in Chief of the Military and that our case presents a non-justiciable political question. In our case, we have provided the Founder’s and Framers’ definition of an Article II “natural born Citizen” which is a child born in the country to citizen parents. We maintain that Obama is not an Article II “natural born Citizen” because he lacks unity of citizenship and allegiance from birth which is obtained when a child is born in the United States to a mother and father who are both United States citizens at the time of birth. Obama’s father was only a temporary visitor to the United States when Obama was born and never even became a resident let alone a citizen. Not being an Article II “natural born Citizen,” Obama is not eligible to be President and Commander in Chief.…Continue Reading
Update on Obama’s prosecution of three Navy Seals. Maybe the Navy Seals should state in open court that if any violation of the UCMJ occurred, it would have been the result of unlawful orders issued by the Usurper-In-Chief.
By Kate Wiltrout
© February 20, 2010
Five sailors could offer testimony contradicting the government’s main witness in the controversial prosecution of three Navy SEALs accused of mistreating a suspected Iraqi terrorist.
But whether they’ll take the stand is in question after the government denied their requests for immunity on Friday.
Attorney Charles Gittins represents the five potential witnesses, including two officers who led the SEAL detachment that captured Ahmed Hashim Abed in Fallujah in September. Abed is the alleged mastermind of the murders of four Blackwater contractors in Fallujah in 2004.
Gittins said his clients’ testimony would be inconsistent with some or all of the statements made by Petty Officer 3rd Class Kevin Demartino, the Navy master-at-arms who claimed to have seen a SEAL hit Abed while he was being held in a U.S. detainee facility after his capture….Continue Reading
Glenn Beck Hypocrisy –
I do like Glenn Beck but he is half full of poop when it comes to the ‘natural born citizen’ issue. I’ve stopped watching Glenn because he even though he says it’s the Constitution that’s the blueprint to follow, he can’t seem to bring himself to utter the words ‘natural born citizen’ – much less explain it. I wish Mr. Beck would call CitizenWells for his scolding. Maybe we should go to Washington in August to Glenn’s ‘Restore America’ rally and see if we can have a minute.
February 22, 2010
Glenn Beck CPAC speech, Glenn Beck hypocrisy
“There is an epidemic of shooting messengers in this country.”…Citizen Wells
Glen Beck spoke to the CPAC gathering on Saturday, February 20, 2010.
I was moved by the speech.
I do not dislike Glenn Beck. I despise his hypocrisy.
The words that Glenn Beck spoke were great. What prevents those words from going down in history as a great speech is that Glenn Beck spoke those words as platitudes and not his creed.
Glenn Beck, many months ago, I told those around me that I would love to meet you. Not because I am star struck, I most assuredly am not. But because I respected what you were saying and accomplishing. Now I still want to meet you, but for a different reason. To give you a scolding, to grab you by the collar, shake some sense into you and to tell you to shut up and listen….Continue Reading