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Representative Ron Paul, Congressman Paul, Texas, Natural Born Citizen, Obama ineligible, US Constitution, Electoral College votes, Constitutional government, Voting record, Patriotism, Abuse of power, Ron Paul personifies the Founding Fathers??

No man can serve two masters.” (Matthew 6:24, KJV)

 Congressman Ron Paul of Texas never made it to the US Constitution
Hall of Shame. However, Congressman Paul is of interest to the
Citizen Wells blog for several reasons. Late in December of 2008,
I was informed that Ron Paul had been notified of the eligibility
issues surrounding Obama and that Mr. Paul was uncertain about
the natural born citizen clause pertaining to the presidency. I
was asked to research the natural born citizen clause. I did so
and found what anyone searching the internet can find. It is clear
what the intent of the founding fathers was. And yes, Vattel’s
“The Law of Nation’s” obviously influenced the Founding Fathers.

Citizen Wells report on Natural Born Citizen

Natural born citizen explained in video

There are several reasons why Obama is not eligible to be president.
However, most if not all congressmen were aware of numerous lawsuits
challenging Obama’s eligibility beginning with Philip Berg’s on
August 21, 2008. Many mistakenly stated that the lawsuits were
dismissed for lack of merit. That is patently false. However, since
the congressmen were aware of the lawsuits, they were also aware
that obama had employed an army of attorneys and spent enormous
amounts of resources to avoid proving that he was eligible.

That is the real smoking gun.

This is the reason that minimally, Congress should have demanded that
Obama prove that he was qualified. A single congressman could have
initiated this query before or when Congress convened to certify the
Electoral votes.

Not a single congressman stepped forward.

Congressman Ron Paul knew that there were serious issues surrounding
Obama’s eligibility. Congressman Ron Paul, who speaks of upholding
the US Constitution.

Late in December of 2008, Congressman Paul was asked if he would
challenge the Electoral votes in Congress. Here is his response:

“If I did that, I would be laughed out of Congress.”

I believe Congressman Paul’s response is typical of the position
of the entire Congress. However, Mr. Paul, we expected more from
you.

Consider the following

From Congressman Pauls’s link on the House of
Representives website

“Dr. Paul is the leading spokesman in Washington for limited
constitutional government,”

“Dr. Paul never votes for legislation unless the proposed measure
is expressly authorized by the Constitution”

“Dr. Paul consistently voted to lower or abolish federal taxes,
spending, and regulation, and used his House seat to actively
promote the return of government to its proper constitutional levels.”
“He continues to advocate a dramatic reduction in the size of the
federal government and a return to constitutional principles.”
Read more here:

http://www.house.gov/paul/bio.shtml
“For Rep. Paul, each piece of legislation must be examined for its
constitutionality; that is, on the basis of whether or not the US
Constitution allows the Congress or the Federal Government to engage
in the actions described by the proposed legislation. If the
Constitution does not allow it, then it must be opposed.”

Read more here:

http://www.house.gov/paul/legis.shtml

 

From Ron Paul’s website:

“Congressman Paul’s consistent voting record prompted one of his
congressional colleagues to say, “Ron Paul personifies the Founding
Fathers’ ideal of the citizen-statesman. He makes it clear that his
principles will never be compromised, and they never are.” Another
colleague observed, “There are few people in public life who, through
thick and thin, rain or shine, stick to their principles. Ron Paul
is one of those few.””

Read more here:


http://www.ronpaul.org/
Near the end of the following video, Congressman Paul is
quoted as saying:


“The true patriot is motivated by a sense of responsibility
and out of self interest for himself, his family, and the
future of his country to resist government abuse of power.
He rejects the notion that patriotism means obedience to
the state.”

Congressman Ron Paul, I believe that you are a well meaning, decent
man. However, we deserve to know why you believed that Barack Obama
was eligible and why you did not at any time challenge Obama’s
eligibility. Is this the reason?

“If I did that, I would be laughed out of Congress.”

If so, remember:

No man can serve two masters.” (Matthew 6:24, KJV)

Congressman Ron Paul, you have a second chance. A chance to stand
for what you speak of. Contact us for dialogue.
Footnote:

Ron Paul will attend the first-ever Campaign for Liberty Regional
Conference On March 27-29.

“Campaign for Liberty members will gather at St. Louis’ Millennium
Hotel to network, learn, and build their local organizations as our
grassroots Revolution to reclaim our Republic and restore our
Constitution continues.”

Campaign for Liberty

Statement of Principles

“Americans inherit from our ancestors a glorious tradition of freedom
and resistance to oppression.  Our country has long been admired by
the rest of the world for her great example of liberty and prosperity—a
light shining in the darkness of tyranny.

But many Americans today are frustrated.  The political choices they
are offered give them no real choice at all.  For all their talk of
“change,” neither major political party as presently constituted
challenges the status quo in any serious way.  Neither treats the
Constitution with anything but contempt.  Neither offers any kind of
change in monetary policy.  Neither wants to make the reductions in
government that our crushing debt burden demands.  Neither talks about
bringing American troops home not just from Iraq but from around the
world.  Our country is going bankrupt, and none of these sensible
proposals are even on the table.

This destructive bipartisan consensus has suffocated American political
life for many years.  Anyone who tries to ask fundamental questions
instead of cosmetic ones is ridiculed or ignored.

That is why the Campaign for Liberty was established: to highlight the
neglected but common-sense principles we champion and reinsert them
into the American political conversation.

The U.S. Constitution is at the heart of what the Campaign for Liberty
stands for, since the very least we can demand of our government is
fidelity to its own governing document.  Claims that our Constitution
was meant to be a “living document” that judges may interpret as they
please are fraudulent, incompatible with republican government, and
without foundation in the constitutional text or the thinking of the
Framers.  Thomas Jefferson spoke of binding our rulers down from
mischief by the chains of the Constitution, and we are proud to follow
in his distinguished lineage.”

Read more here:

http://www.campaignforliberty.com/

Senator John Cornyn, Texas, US Constitution Hall of Shame, Obama not eligible, US Congress, Electoral College Votes, Obama’s eligibility must be challenged, TX senator

“I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the
Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and
domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same;
that I take this obligation freely, without any mental reservation
or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully discharge
the duties of the office on which I am about to enter: So help me God.”

 

US Constitution

Hall of Shame

A letter received from Senator John Cornyn of Texas
regarding Barack Obama’s eligibility issues:

“Thank you for contacting me regarding President-elect Barack Obama.
 I appreciate having the benefit of your comments on this matter.

As you know, on January 20, 2009, Barack Obama will be sworn in as
the forty-fourth President of the United States of America. As we
enter the 111th Congress, our nation faces many challenges. We are
in the midst of tough economic times, and the federal government
must stand on the side of taxpayers and small businesses. Now more
than ever, we need fiscal discipline in Washington. I welcome
President-elect Obama’s commitment to reform the federal budget
process and rein in wasteful government spending, and I will hold
the President-elect accountable as Congress works to quickly identify
and eliminate inefficient, ineffective, and outdated federal programs.

Families across Texas and the nation are forced to make tough
financial decisions each day—the federal government should

be no different. But year after year too many government programs
are funded because there are small—but vocal—special interest groups
backing them with little Congressional oversight to determine when
ideas have run their course. The American people have a right to know
how their hard earned dollars are being spent, and I will continue to
support making our government more transparent, accountable, and
efficient.

While strengthening the economy must remain a priority, we must also
find bipartisan solutions to address other critical issues facing our
nation while continuing to advance conservative principles such as
limited government, lower taxes, family values, and fighting against
those who seek to destroy the American way of life. The consequences
of continued inaction are too great. It is imperative that Congress
act quickly to secure our borders, reform our country’s immigration
laws, modernize healthcare, and promote energy independence. You may
be certain that I will continue to pursue conservative initiatives
that reinforce the principles upon which our country was founded
while holding the new Administration accountable to the American
people.

I appreciate having the opportunity to represent the interests of
Texans in the United States Senate. Thank you for taking the time
to contact me.

Sincerely,

JOHN CORNYN
United States Senator”

This is obviously a form letter.

However, consider the following statements:

“As you know, on January 20, 2009, Barack Obama will be sworn
in as the forty-fourth President of the United States of America.”

“I will hold the President-elect accountable”

“I will continue to support making our government more
transparent, accountable, and efficient.”

“while holding the new Administration accountable to
the American people.”

Senator Cornyn has been confronted by serious concerns about
the eligibility of Barack Obama. He responds with what is most
certainly a form letter. However, the word accountable is used
three times above. Does this mean that Senator Cornyn will
step up to the plate and “support and defend the Constitution
of the United States” as he swore on his senate oath? Or were
these just empty, political words. Let’s find out.

Why Obama is not eligible

txcornyn

Hillary Clinton leading in Ohio, Barack Obama leading in Texas primary

In early primary reports, Hillary Clinton is leading in Ohio and Barack Obama is leading in the Texas primary.

Texas Primary results 2008, Hillary or Obama, election results

The pollsters are proclaiming a lead for Hillary Clinton over Barack Obama in Texas. Rush Limbaugh is urging people to vote for Hilary. Will there be enough new voters voting for Obama? Will enough people vote for Hilary to stop Obama? As soon as the results are clear, they will be posted here.

Here are some comments from AOL Hot Seat:

“Truthfully, I think that History will tell our posterity that 2008 was the year that “America Woke Up” and realized, you can’t keep electing Liberal Socialist Demoncrats into office and allowing them to keep waving the American Flag, while they are constantly empowering Government to regulate our thoughts, actions, and desires, with absolutely no ability of freedom of choice in how we will live!

NO MORE DEMONCRATS. Freedom Forever!!!!!!!”

Regarding the Rush Limbaugh impact:

“His plan very well could work. His objective is only to keep the vote close enough to keep Hitlary in the race, and keep these two Liberal Socialists fighting, tearing down, and exposing each other for what they REALLY ARE.

Keep both of these Liberal Socialist Democrats (LSD) active and fighting”

By mid afternoon, election officials in Ohio and Texas indicate a high voter turnout, despite bad weather.