Tuesday, July 14, 2009

U.S. Soldier Challenges Deployment, Citing Obama's Birth Certificate (or lack thereof)

I've included a video excerpt from tonight's Special Report broadcast on Fox News, and to help prevent this from being labeled some right-wing hatchet job, I've also excerpted a blog post from the CBS News Web site.

(Fox News has been very reluctant to report on this, but once news gets so big, I guess they just have to...)

You can download the main 23-page court filing here: http://microwavedisplay.com/Stefan_Frederick_Cook_vs_Obama_et_al.pdf

(I have a Federal courts Web account that allows me to look up and download official court documents across the country)

From the Political Hotsheet CBS News blog:

"Here's a story tailor-made to burn up the Internet: A soldier is objecting to his deployment to Iraq because he believes President Obama wasn't born in the United States."
"Conspiracy theories about where Mr. Obama was born abound in some quarters despite the fact that the Obama campaign posted the then-candidate's Hawaiian birth certificate online last year. Skeptics call the certificate a forgery, though their claims have been repeatedly debunked."
No, it has not been debunked!

The core issue is that they issued a facsimile of a Certification of Live Birth, which is a virtually worthless document that even a non-citizen can be issued.

The core issue is that he has not shown or released his Certificate of Live Birth

You can't even work as a janitor in the White House without showing one of those!

Certification vs. Certificate: Words means things.

The CBS blog continues:
"Now comes word that U.S. Army Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook, a reservist who lives in Florida, is challenging his deployment based on that argument. Reports the Ledger-Enquirer out of Columbus, Georgia: "Cook’s lawyer, Orly Taitz, who has also challenged the legitimacy of Obama’s presidency in other courts, filed a request last week in federal court seeking a temporary restraining order and status as a conscientious objector for his client."
"Cook is arguing that because Mr. Obama isn't really the president (and thus isn't the commander in chief), the soldier "would be acting in violation of international law by engaging in military actions outside the United States under this President's command. ... simultaneously subjecting himself to possible prosecution as a war criminal by the faithful execution of these duties."
The CBS blog says the soldier is being deployed to Iraq. Wrong. He's being deployed to Afghanistan.

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UPDATE: 4:19 AM 7/16/2009

An amendment to the case:

"Major General Carol Dean Childers retired but subject to lifetime recall, and Lt. Col David Earl Graeff – Medical Surgeon in US Airforce Active Reserves, subject to recall any day, join in this Application for Preliminary Injunction because it is a matter of unparalleled public interest and importance and because it is clearly a matter arising from issues of a recurring nature that will escape review unless the Court exercises its discretionary jurisdiction."

The retaliation begins:

"Upon receipt of the revocation (of his deployment orders, without explanation - pupista), Plaintiff Major Cook called his civilian boss, the CEO of Simtech, Inc., a closely held corporation that does DOD contracting in the general field of information technology/systems integration, at which Plaintiff Major was employed until taking a Military Leave of Absence on Friday July 10, 2009, a senior systems engineer and architect, in preparation for his deployment to Afghanistan. (Plaintiff has five Cisco Systems certifications in information technology dating from 2000 and just recertified in June 2009 for the Cisco Certified Design Expert qualification exam.)

"The CEO of Simtech, Inc., Larry Grice, explained to Plaintiff over a series of four conversations within the next two hours, that he had been terminated."

Wouldn't it be funny if folks called to see if they're taking applications for any Cisco-certified I.T. folks?

Simtech, Inc.
17608 Pasture Rd
Odessa, FL 33556
Phone: (813) 240-0296

More here at attorney Orly Taitz' blog.

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3 comments:

H2o said...

But how do we know O-hole was born there....I sure as hell won't take his word on it. Fork over the records and prove it.

kerrcarto said...

I can't even renew my drivers license with a facsimile of my birth certificate. I still say he was born in Kenya or Indonesia. He should provide hard copy of the certificate. Which I am sure they are hard at work putting together a "official" certificate as I type.

William E Miller said...

Thanks for your comments.

I do appreciate your stopping by.

Hopefully by the time the next election rolls around we'll get some answers to this controversy, and maybe even a new law requiring the production of such documents by presidential candidates!