Friday, August 19, 2011

REQUIRE Texas Ballot Proof of Eligibility

I am faxing you to respectfully demand that Texas immediately take legislative measures to ensure that no Presidential candidates are placed on our ballots in Texas, unless proof positive evidence of Constitutional eligibility has been supplied and verified — including a long form birth certificate, authentication of natural born citizenship through parental citizenship, and/or any other documentary records publicly available for independent forensic authentication necessary to confirm the candidate is indeed legally qualified to hold the office of President of the United States (POTUS).

This is a law that should be on record for ALL States in our union – IRREGARDLESS of our recent experience with President Obama.

Senator McCain was required by liberal pressure to provide that information when he ran against Obama for president in 2007.  He passed the test.

Now let’s put pressure on Obama to see if he can pass the test after his previous forgeries have flunked the test.  His name should not appear on the ballots of ANY State in the United States of America if he is not constitutionally qualified for the office of POTUS.  Even Obama is aware of that law, which may shed some light on WHY he has spent MILLIONS of dollars to prevent access to any of his qualifying records.

If Obama’s name was removed from the ballots of only a FEW States, that would be enough votes to release us all from the terrible suffering brought about by the Obama socialist/Marxist agenda.

Texas needs to be a leader and not a follower in this step to get out from under the burden of the Obama agenda.  NO ONE should be allowed to run for POTUS without providing ALL qualifying credentials for authentication!


We have 15 months to prepare for the November 2012 elections – let’s get started NOW.


This fax was sent to Gov. Perry, Senators Cornyn, Hutchinson, Rubio, Bachmann, McConnell, Reid,  Representatives Boehner, Cantor, Ryan, Poe, Pelosi, and various Conservative and Liberal media outlets.

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