Active Duty Soldier Questions Obama Eligibility, Pledges To Join Suit

Soldier questions eligibility, doubts president's authority wnd
'As an officer, my sworn oath to support and defend our Constitution requires this'
A U.S. soldier on active duty in Iraq has called President Obama an "impostor" in a statement in which he affirmed plans to join as plaintiff in a challenge to Obama's eligibility to be commander in chief.
"As an active-duty officer in the United States Army, I have grave concerns about the constitutional eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to hold the office of president of the United States," wrote Scott Easterling in a "to-whom-it-may-concern" letter.
The statement was publicized by California attorney Orly Taitz who, along with her DefendOurFreedom.us Foundation, is working on a series of legal cases seeking to uncover Obama's birth records and other documents that would reveal whether he meets the requirements of the U.S. Constitution.
Obama "has absolutely refused to provide to the American public his original birth certificate, as well as other documents which may prove or disprove his eligibility," Easterling wrote. "In fact, he has fought every attempt made by concerned citizens in their effort to force him to do so."
Taitz told WND she had advised Easterling to obtain legal counsel before making any statements regarding the commander-in-chief, but he insisted on moving forward. His contention is that as an active member of the U.S. military, he is required to follow orders from a sitting president, and he needs – on pain of court-martial – to know that Obama is eligible.
Taitz said other legal cases questioning Obama's eligibility filed by members of the military mostly have included retired officers, and courts several times have ruled they don't have standing to issue their challenge.
Easterling, however, is subject to enemy fire and certainly would have a reason to need to know the legitimacy of his orders, she argued.
"I implore all service-members and citizens to contact their senators and representatives and demand that they require Mr. Obama prove his eligibility. Our Constitution and our great nation must not be allowed to be disgraced," he wrote.
Two days ago this: U.S. Senator Goes On Record Questioning Obama Eligibility 2-22-09
...now an active duty officer in Iraq goes public with a charge of "impostor" against the man who calls himself president and claims readiness to join suit as a plaintiff. Strong stuff. Meanwhile the msm continues to show amazing ability to completely ignore all of it. Regardless of that, it would seem that if more active duty soldiers were to get on board, which is not at all unlikey, this thing has the potential to explode at some point...which may be exactly the plan. (on that note...see 'Senator' post above, follow links. also: military involvement? )
see all: 'Election 2008' (from the beginning)

Stay tuned...
Gen. 6:12 'And God looked upon the earth, and, behold, it was corrupt'

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