Posted on | December 24, 2009 | Comments Off
It was exciting to meet and speak with you last evening. I have great admiration for your bravery and dedication to finding the truth with regard to Barack Obama‘s eligibility (or lack thereof) to be president.
As I told you, I am a teacher, so I had the ability to invest time over the summer reading all I could on the internet about the eligibility question. I spent a number of hours commenting/discussing the issue in online news sites. For me, those who defend Mr. Obama have never convincingly made their case.
Through World Net Daily, I have followed your pursuit of the truth with regard to the issue. I have seen the lengths to which you have gone in your attempts to get a fair hearing for those of us who are deeply concerned but who lack the resources to press our case formally.
I have also witnessed the reticence (sometimes to a frightening degree) and intimidation of those in our judicial structure as well as the manipulation used by many in our nation’s media, all with the goal of protecting one man, Barack Obama. You and I probably agree that the actions and reactions of those in positions of power pose a threat to our personal liberties and to the integrity of the institutions of our democratic system.
I want to thank you again for leading on this issue. I’m guessing it would be safe to assume that you have paid a personal price for standing up and speaking forcefully into the strong headwinds that brought Mr. Obama to the presidency.
This is my sixth year of teaching in the Two-Way Spanish/English Immersion Program in Saddleback Valley Unified School District. In fifth grade, we teach 50% of our day in English and 50% in Spanish. My wife is from Guadalajara, Mexico, where I lived and taught for four years in the mid-90s. While there, I learned a greater appreciation for our democracy and the importance of avoiding any significant moves toward socialism. Equality under the law and fidelity to the Constitution are an indispensable part of making democracy function – and that is one huge reason why the eligibility question is so important to me.
Because of education budget cuts, my workweek has been averaging about 55-60 hours, so my availability is limited. Nevertheless, if there is some way I can help, or you think I may be of help, please contact me.