CitizenWells – Demand For Action

From CitizenWells:

“I believe the states have the power and obligation to verify eligibility
of presidential candidates. I find no federal or state law prohibiting
states from doing so and instead a constitutional duty to ensure that
a qualified candidate becomes a ballot choice for the Electoral College
Electors.”

I strongly agree with CitizenWells. We cannot let this attempt to circumvent the Constitutional requirement to have ONLY “Qualified” candidates on the Ballot!

Obama not eligible, US Constitution, Tenth Amendment, Bill of Rights, US Supreme Court, Federal Judges, State Judges, State Election Officials, Electoral College Electors, Philip J Berg lawsuit, Leo C Donofrio lawsuit, Citizen Wells facts and arguments
November 12, 2008 ·

To:

Justice Souter
Justice Thomas
US Supreme Court
Federal Judges
State judges
State election officials
Electoral College Electors
US Citizens
The US Constitution must be upheld
US citizens have the right, the power and the duty to require proof of
eligibilty of presidential candidates

What I am about to write is so inherently simple and self evident,
that it may appear on the surface to be implausible. However, the
following facts and arguments flow from the founding fathers’ wisdom
and desire to protect the American citizens from tyrrany. I have read
the US Constitution, Federal election law and numerous state election
laws. I have had dialogue with offices of a number of Secretaries of State
and Election Boards. The US Constitution gives the states power over
the general election. The states control which candidates are placed
on ballots and regardless of the methodology used for doing so, I
believe the states have the power and obligation to verify eligibility
of presidential candidates. I find no federal or state law prohibiting
states from doing so and instead a constitutional duty to ensure that
a qualified candidate becomes a ballot choice for the Electoral College
Electors. Failure to do so effectively may lead to voter disenfranchisement.
I have believed and stated for weeks that the Tenth Amendment to the US Constitution gives US citizens the power to demand that a presidential
candidate prove eligbility and certainly standing in a lawsuit. A lawsuit
should not be necessary. We already have the power, directly from the
US Constitution Bill of Rights.
Argument:

* The US Constitution clearly defines the eligibiity requirement for president.
* The US Constitution rules.
* The US Constitution gives states the power to choose electors. With this power comes the obligation to uphold the Constitution and protect voter rights.
* State laws vary but are consistent in their approach to placing
presidential candidates on the ballot.
* Presidential Balloting evolved from tradition.
* The two party system evolved from tradition.
* States place presidential candidates on ballots from instructions of
the major political parties.
* States should have enacted laws to require proof of eligibility.
* States are not exercising their duty to the Constitution.
* States have the power and obligation to ensure that only eligible candidates remain on ballots. Despite compelling evidence that Barack Obama is not eligible, and notification, the states left him on the ballot.
* States claim no power to remove a candidate when in fact they do have power over the general election process.
* The Tenth Amendment to the Constitution gives the people power, including Phil J Berg, Leo C. Donofrio and others that have had their lawsuits dismissed in state courts.

By virtue of the powers given to the people in the Tenth Amendment in The BIll of Rights of the US Constitution, we do not have to file lawsuits to demand proof of eligibility or require state election officials to do so.

A US citizen filing a lawsuit demanding that a presidential candidate provide proof of eligibility has standing…. Continue Reading

Comment: Again the media is failing in its duty to report and investigate. Where are they? AWOL Just as they were AWOL during the campaign when they ignored Larry Sinclair’s allegations that he and Sen. Obama used cocaine and engaged in consensual sex in 1999, the media is AWOL. They remain AWOL about Obama’s campaign fund raising issues. They remain AWOL about ACORN, Ayers, Rezko, Rev. Wright, Farrakhan, Socialism, censorship, and indoctrination of children.

If Americans are to have any respect for our system of laws, they must be enforced! At this point, the Courts and Electors stand as the last of the checks and balances requiring compliance with our Constitution’s requirement that the President of the United States be a “Natural Born” citizen.

Everyone must keep demanding justice.

Zach

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