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please, send to rep Bill Zedler a copy of my complaint in grinols case, I need to get in touch with him

Posted on | January 24, 2013 | 8 Comments

Obama’s birth certificate still an issue in Texas?

Thursday, January 24, 2013
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When President Obama was sworn in Tuesday, he paused as he exited, commenting that he wanted one last look at the crowd on the Mall since he would never experience another Inauguration. After all, the twenty-second amendment to the U.S. Constitution limits presidents to two terms.

But Rep. Bill Zedler, R-Arlington, apparently hasn’t given up concerns about Obama’s qualifications to be president, based on persistent rumors that his Hawaiian birth certificate was faked. Zedler has filed HB 650, which would authorize the Texas Secretary of State to “obtain a certified copy of the candidate’s birth certificate from the original issuing authority” before placing any presidential or vice-presidential candidate on a Texas ballot.

The bill further stipulates that the name of a candidate for president or vice-president may only be placed on a Texas ballot only if “the party’s nominees’ possess the qualifications for those offices prescribed by federal law.”

Last April, Obama released his official birth certificate after years of rampant rumors from the so-called “birther movement” that he was born in Kenya, saying at the time, “We are not going to be able to solve our problems if we get distracted by sideshows and carnival barkers.”

If Zedler’s bill gets a hearing, it won’t be the first time the Texas Legislature has been compared to a circus

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8 Responses to “please, send to rep Bill Zedler a copy of my complaint in grinols case, I need to get in touch with him”

  1. James Holland
    January 24th, 2013 @ 6:45 pm

    Get someone in District 4, SC, to send Trey Gowdy III, (Rep), House of Representatives. He would like to skin Obama.
    Goodluck and keep up the good work.

  2. BirtherPro
    January 24th, 2013 @ 8:28 pm

    I fear however that this will only be for future elections, and thus would not apply to Obama not being even a (U.S.) “citizen”.

    And it does not appear to address the “Natural Born” issue which will be the key points when Mario or Jindal run … I don’t think there is any question either are (U.S.) “citizens”, only their natural-born status due to the citizenship of their parents at the exact date they were born.

  3. Virginia W.
    January 25th, 2013 @ 8:22 am

    Sent it to him. Hope he reviews and calls you.

  4. kjTX
    January 25th, 2013 @ 10:41 am

    You know… if you want to do an “attack” piece on this new piece of legislation, it might benefit you to actually READ the legislation, first. This is not a “birther” bill. The exhaustive research that went in to this issue was for the sole purpose of cleaning up a few gaping holes that were discovered in the verbiage of our state’s current election code. Careful research went in to actually looking for ways a person (or political party) could ultimately perpetrate fraud, and gain access to our ballot with a potentially ineligible candidate. And guess what? Plenty of gaping holes were found, leaving Texas VERY vulnerable to ballot fraud for presidential elections – no matter which political party (or individual) candidate! Did Obama’s BC issue (or even the issue on his citizenship status) inspire this effort? It sure did! But once the research was underway, so many other problems within our election laws were discovered, that the focus of the research quickly changed course – to that of fraud “prevention” if you will, and how easy it currently is in Texas to commit. Scary stuff, lemme tell ya! (It’s not a secret we Texans like telling, I can assure you. But it is what it is, and we are in the process of fixing the situation.)

    I need to correct a quote in the above report, which says:
    “The bill further stipulates that the name of a candidate for president or vice-president may only be placed on a Texas ballot only if “the party’s nominees’ possess the qualifications for those offices prescribed by federal law.”
    This is actually CURRENT law. (Texas Election Code Title 11, Chapter 192, Subchapter B; Sec 192.031. Look it up.) The trouble with this section of law is that there is no legal mechanism by which to verify whether the candidates are qualified (i.e., “eligible” for president, according to the US Constitution). It was a poorly written law to begin with, and very vague. This new legislation fixes that.

    And another quote:
    “Last April, Obama released his official birth certificate after years of rampant rumors from the so-called ‘birther movement’ that he was born in Kenya, saying at the time, ‘We are not going to be able to solve our problems if we get distracted by sideshows and carnival barkers.’”
    If you understood the real definition of an OFFICIAL document, and how a document maintains its’ integrity through transmission from one party to another, you would never have even touched on this topic of “Obama releasing his long form… blah, blah, blah.” I need to make this perfectly clear: The [April 2011] PDF file that his people “made public” by putting it on the internet, is not only a fake/manufactured file, but completely worthless in the eyes of federal law. If you had even an inkling of knowledge about official documents, you would know this. The one proof-positive way to transmit an official document that PRESERVES the integrity of that document, is for the original issuing authority (with written permission from the documents’ subject) to send a certified copy of the original source document directly to the official requesting entity. Putting a document on the internet, means absolutely nothing, and is in no way VALID in a court of law. This new legislation provides a place on the ‘application for a place on the ballot’, for the candidate to PRE-AUTHORIZE the State of Texas to obtain this document – LEGALLY. Whether the State actually exercises that authorization is totally up to (and at the discretion of) the State. In other words, the document may indeed never be requested by the state. The candidates’ authorization on the application simply gives the State a pre-clearance to do so – IF NEEDED. The key point is this: If the candidate refuses to authorize the state for access to his/her birth documents, then that candidate cannot have his/her name printed on our general election ballot. It’s really just that simple. Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, Independents, Write-ins, Greens, Purples, Blues, Whatever… they will all be subject to this new law, if passed. So… how is this about Obama? Gee… you tell me. If anything, we can THANK Obama! If it weren’t for him, and all the so-called “birthers” out there, the Great State of Texas may never have discovered the glitches in our own election laws. So yeah… Thanks Mr President! :-)

    With that said, I need to say this to all of the nay-sayers out there calling this a “birther bill”: Obama has already been duly elected and re-elected. This new legislation (if passed) isn’t retro-active, so you can all relax, retract your little claws, and go cry about something else. This law ALSO affects the Republican Party, as the whole purpose behind the new law is to create a more uniform method by which ALL parties can gain access to the TEXAS general election ballot. And it’s for ALL presidential candidates.

  5. Francisco
    January 25th, 2013 @ 12:35 pm

    If the Texas Representative is proposing to the Texas’ authorities to revise the requirements of futures candidates to the offices of president an vice-presidents in the State of Texas, that would not be helpfull in this case. By the time the law is approved, Texas might be already under martial law, under this regime.

  6. speedy
    January 25th, 2013 @ 3:44 pm

    Official birth certificate? More like official forgery, fake fraud.

  7. kjTX
    January 25th, 2013 @ 7:28 pm

    Francisco is correct. It can’t help Orly. Sorry. This isn’t a freaking ‘birther bill’.

  8. Eviction Notice
    January 26th, 2013 @ 2:56 am

    I did contact Trey Gowdy’s Office about him standing up and speaking to STOP the electoral college vote, but apparently, he either didn’t get the message or he couldn’t find another person to make (2) members of Congress to derail this treason??

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