Saturday, August 9, 2008

Obama Investigation Petition Breaks 3,265 Signatures

The petition I circulated on Thursday now has3,266 signatures. There is still time to sign it at:

It reads:

The signers of this petition request the Federal Elections Commission and Mr. Donald McGahan, FEC chairman, to take responsibility to verify the eligibility of Mr. Barack H. Obama to be President of the United States. Mr. Obama has refused to produce a physical certified, stamped copy of his birth certificate. An electronically-displayed image displayed by his official campaign website has been alleged to be a forgery. We request that the FEC require Mr. Obama to authorize the FEC to obtain an official copy of his birth certificate and if he does not produce the authorization that the FEC reject his registration as a presidential candidate; that the FEC not monitor his campaign finances during the primary or election; that votes cast for Mr. Obama and reported by the states' boards of elections not be recorded and displayed by the FEC; and that Mr. Obama be considered in violation of 2 USC 437g for filing a false statement on FEC Form 2, as specified on that form.

1 comment:

Patty said...

Thank you for doing this. I know, however,of no law that requires presentation of same as a requirement for submission of application for candidacy. Is this an example of our laws not keeping up with our very changing and changed democraphics! I think so.
While one has to prove citizenship in job applications, while one collenge will only accept certified transfer of credits earned by students desiring a transefer directly and only between registrars official documentation, our laws do not, I believe, require a literal presentation of a certified birth certificate from the certifying offical holder of said documents to the FEC or any other entity,
We still just take people's words on that....If I am wrong, then a suit should be filed based on that law, if it exists.