Tuesday, December 16, 2008


To my faithful readers,

I apologize for the light coverage the last couple of weeks. I'm finding it hard these days to deep-dive for interesting stuff about the President-Elect without buzz killing my Christmas. To be honest, as you've probably seen yourself, there's not a whole lot going on with Obamessiah lately because he's not official yet. So I just wanted to send a quick note of acknowledgment that I've been slacking off and ask you to just bear with me through the holidays, and after the tinsel settles, things will be in full swing again.



1 comment:

Ted said...


Since the Supreme Court has now prevented itself from acknowledging the question of whether Barack H. Obama is or is not an Article II “natural born citizen” based on the Kenyan/British citizenship of Barack Obama’s father at the time of his birth (irrespective of whether Barack Obama is deemed a “citizen” born in Hawaii or otherwise) as a prerequisite to qualifying to serve as President of the United States under the Constitution — the Court having done so three times and counting, first before the Nov 4 general election and twice before the Dec 15 vote of the College of Electors — it would seem appropriate, if not necessary, for all Executive Branch departments and agencies to secure advance formal advice from the United States Department of Justice Office of Legal Counsel as to how to respond to expected inquiries from federal employees who are pledged to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States” as to whether they are governed by laws, regulations, orders and directives issued under Mr. Obama during such periods that said employees, by the weight of existing legal authority and prior to a decision by the Supreme Court, believe in good faith that Mr. Obama is not an Article II “natural born citizen”.