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Continued . . .


Vital records indicate Obama not born in Hawaii Hospital (Part 2)



A man that lies about who he is will never have a problem lying about what he does

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There are so many "stories" connected with Obama that any thinking person would expect our so called "mainstream media" to be falling all over themselves to report. But it isn't so, the silence is deafening. Except in "alternative media" such as here and other off-broadway sites. Until somebody mainstream is actually willing to put their career on the line, or someone like Rush who is untouchable as far as threats are concerned, we are going to have to wait until Obama is out of the WH., before getting answers.  In the meantime any and every line of enquiry must be published and disseminated.
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I am hoping that this story helps to stir up the "media" that is supposed to inform, not indoctrinate. However, being a simple English teacher, I still contend that the Halfrican was born in a mud hut in Kenya with his granny and a midwife in attendance. You are right that mainemagpie's article is way over my head when all those mind numbing statistics flow. Well done, and thanks.

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Nice catch!  Thanks for bring it up and don't be shy. 

"When governments fear the people, there is liberty. When the people fear the government, there is tyranny. The strongest reason for the people to retain the right to keep and bear arms is, as a last resort, to protect themselves against tyranny in government." Thomas Jefferson

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Does using a fake name when you sign up for a cellphone plan mean the government can get information from your phone without a warrant?

That’s one argument the Department of Justice is making in an Arizona case – that using a false name is fraud and means you don’t have a reasonable expectation of privacy.

Such a stance might raise questions about the widespread practice of using pseudonyms to sign up for services online. But legal experts said it’s unlikely a court would take the argument that far.

The case, which the Journal first covered in an article last year, involves the use of a cellphone-tracking device called a stingray to find a mobile broadband card that the government says was being used to file fraudulent tax returns.

The government conceded in the case that the use of the stingray was intrusive enough qualify as a search under the Fourth Amendment, which protects against unreasonable searches and seizures. But in a court filing on Jan. 27, the government argues that the defendant, Daniel David Rigmaiden, doesn’t have standing to bring a Fourth Amendment claim because the broadband card, service and computer were purchased under false names and the apartment was rented using the name of a dead person and a fake ID.

Courts recently have found that a warrantless search is OK if the person used fraud to get the thing being searched, said Susan Freiwald, a professor at the University of San Francisco School of Law. In one example, the defendant had bought a computer with a stolen credit card and the person who actually owned the card consented to the search. In another, the defendant was receiving mail addressed to an alias he used only as part of a fraud.

But other cases have found that people still have a reasonable expectation of privacy – and thus can’t have their property searched without a warrant – even if they are using an alias.

“It’s not against the law to use a fake name,” said Adam Candeub, director of the Intellectual Property, Information and Communications Law Program at Michigan State University. The use of a fake ID and signing of a lease might be a different matter, though. “It can be fraudulent if you are entering into a contract under a fake name, but if it is a simple retail transaction the law is not clear,” he said.


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mainemagpie – Thank you for your post.  The problem has been that no body of authority (e.g. Congress, the courts, any individual members of the house or senate) has acknowledged any of these points.  Even up to 2-3 weeks ago in Georgia, with the attempt to keep Øbozo off the 2012 ballot .. it seems to go right to the precipice, then someone caves in.
At The Øbama File it's like escaping from a marathon of Twilight Zone episodes; there is a return to reality.  It seems as though the rest of the world, be it TV talking heads, members of Congress, print media, etc. are like Obi-wan-kenobi in Star Wars; they ignore all the glaring facts and evidence and say, "I take him at his word" (which is the biggest joke of all), "of course he is a citizen... he was born in Hawaii", "he released his birth certificate" (twice), "there's nothing here to see ...".  All of the Øbots are like the Eloi in The Time Machine; when the siren sounds they walk like zombies mindlessly into the sphinx to be eaten by the democrat Morlocks.  And when they finally wake up, it will be too late -- there will be no escape, at least not in their lifetimes.
Much of the info at thedailypen is here in the archives of The Øbama File and these issues have been hammered on, over and over, for the last 4 years.  We all are grateful to Beckwith for his tenacity in keeping this site going.
The more websites that have these facts, the better – to the point that they won't be able to be ignored.  Sooner or later there has to be someone, for whatever reason, that will come forward despite whatever threats there have been to their career, or their person, or their family, and speak the truth.  I gleefully look forward to the frenzied finger-pointing that will follow.  Let's hope it's sooner rather than later.


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You do realize that this analysis is way above the heads of most left-leaning liberals who support Obama?  They have a bad habit of parroting what they're told, and are discouraged from looking to closely at the obvious.

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Interesting read.  Thanks for posting.

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This is the kind of research and evidence that Obama cannot counter and I wanted to bring in to the attention of the forum however it might turn out.

Sorry if I am not doing this the right way but have been following this forum for a while now and this is my first post but noticed that it had not been picked up by anyone else and thought it was important.

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