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Your help is needed in Louisiana and Arizona

Posted on | April 18, 2011 | 10 Comments

First, some good news. As you recall a presidential eligibility bill is making its’ way to the desk of the governor of Louisiana Bobby Jindel.

Great news in that Jindel stated that he will sign the eligibility bill. We cannot wait and leave anything to chance. If Jindel is willing to sign the bill, than he can sign an executive administrative order, whereby in order for him to sign a certification of a winning presidential cansdidate in LA in 2012, such candidate will have to provide docunmentary evidence, that he is a natural born U.S. citizen, he will have to provide a certified copy of his original long form birth certificate and his original social security card. Please, bombard the governors office with visits and  phone calls and demand that he sign such order.

There is a snag in AZ. I am not sure, what was the undue influence on governor Brewer. I was told that previously there was an investigation of her son. I am not sure yet, what prompted her to do this, bur governor Brewer vetoed the eligibility bill, however it is not the end of the road. Since all of the Republicans in the house and senate signed the bill, her veto can be overwritten. We have enough votes to overwrite the veto of this Bernadett Arnold de Arizona

A citizens petition to recall Jan Brewer and kick her out of office is under way. I need help of every tea party patriot to lobby the representatives and senators in AZ to have an emergency hearing tomorrow or day after tomorrow to overwrite Brewer’s veto, we need to get sufficient number of signatures for her recall. This despicable traitor is toast. There are a lot of extremely angry people to let this act of treason against the people to go unpunished.  Please call me at 949-683-5411 if you can help in AZ and in LA


10 Responses to “Your help is needed in Louisiana and Arizona”

  1. Birdy
    April 18th, 2011 @ 6:33 pm

    The worst thing is that Brewer is unable to articulate an acceptable reason as to why she vetoed the bill.

    Greta Van Susteren read part of Brewer’s letter to the AZ House Speaker (Kirk Adams) where she says “I do not support designating one person as the gatekeeper to the ballot for a candidate which could lead to an arbitrary or politically motivated decision.” Brewer said in response “I just have to call ’em as I see ’em and it doesn’t help Arizona. This bill is a distraction and we just need to simply get on with the state’s business.”

    That sounds like a bunch of mumbo jumbo to me. It’s absolutely senseless. So, what she is saying is that the Secretary of State for Arizona should never keep anyone off the ballot. That would be acting as a gatekeeper. I think some ambitious 20-year old should run for President and see if the “non-gatekeeper” lets him/her on the ballot. Throw in a Mexican citizen while you’re at it. I guess now the door is wide open in Arizona and there is no check on candidate qualifications by the SOS.

    Current Arizona law states the following:

    ARS 16-311 “D. All persons desiring to become a candidate shall file with the nomination paper provided for in subsection A an affidavit which shall be printed in a form prescribed by the secretary of state. The affidavit shall include facts sufficient to show that, other than the residency requirement provided in subsection A, the candidate will be qualified at the time of election to hold the office the person seeks.”

    So, Arizona already requires a candidate to file an affidavit with sufficient facts to show that they are eligible to hold the office that they seek. HB 2177 just added more specifics about what evidence was necessary to prove that the candidate was eligible for the office of President and directed the SOS not to put the candidate’s name on the ballot if the evidence was not provided.

    Brewer’s excuse for the veto isn’t believable. There is something else going on here. The legislature should override her veto and Brewer should be recalled.

  2. Thomas
    April 18th, 2011 @ 6:51 pm

    Bad News in Az
    PHOENIX – Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer on Monday vetoed a bill that would have required President Barack Obama and other presidential candidates to prove their U.S. citizenship before their names could appear on the state’s ballot.

    The bill would have made Arizona the first state to pass such a requirement. Opponents had warned the bill would give another black eye to Arizona after last year’s controversy over the state’s illegal immigration enforcement law.

    Brewer said in her veto letter that she was troubled that the bill empowered Arizona’s secretary of state to judge the qualifications of all candidates when they file to run for office.

    “I do not support designating one person as the gatekeeper to the ballot for a candidate, which could lead to arbitrary or politically motivated decisions,” said Brewer, who was secretary of state until she became governor in 2009.

    “In addition, I never imagined being presented with a bill that could require candidates for president of the greatest and most powerful nation on Earth to submit their ‘early baptismal circumcision certificates’ among other records to the Arizona secretary of state,” she said. “This is a bridge too far.”

    [ For complete coverage of politics and policy, go to Yahoo! Politics ]

    The certificates were among the documents a candidate could have submitted under the bill in place of a birth certificate.

    So-called “birthers” claim there’s no proof Obama was born in the United States, and he is therefore ineligible to be president. But Hawaii officials have certified Obama was born in that state.

    The U.S. Constitution requires that presidential candidates be “natural-born” U.S. citizens, be at least 35 years old, and be a resident of the United States for at least 14 years. Opponents questioned whether Arizona’s bill would have added additional requirements.

    The measure would have required that political parties and presidential candidates hand in affidavits stating a candidate’s citizenship and age. It also would have required the candidate’s birth certificate and a sworn statement saying where the candidate has lived for 14 years.

    If candidates didn’t have a copy of their birth certificates, they could meet the requirement by providing baptismal or circumcision certificates, hospital birth records and other documents.

    If it couldn’t be determined whether candidates who provided documents in place of their birth certificates were eligible to appear on the ballot, the secretary of state would have been able to set up a committee to help determine whether the requirements were met. The names of candidates could be kept off the ballot if the secretary of state didn’t believe the candidates met the citizenship requirement.

    The bill didn’t explicitly provide an appeals process for a candidate whose name was kept off the ballot.

    The bill’s sponsor, Republican Rep. Carl Seel of Phoenix, declined immediate comment on Monday’s veto. But he previously said that the president’s birth record wouldn’t satisfy the requirements of his proposal and that Obama would have to provide other records, such as baptismal certificates and hospital records.

    The measure, however, wasn’t intended as a swipe against the president — it was meant to maintain the integrity of elections, Seel said.

  3. lightyourcandle12
    April 18th, 2011 @ 7:00 pm

    I read that government has divided USA into 10 regions with 10 governors instead of 50 governors and Brewer is one of those 10 governors.

  4. lightyourcandle2
    April 18th, 2011 @ 7:22 pm

    The government has divided the USA into 10 regions w/10 governors, in case of emergency. Obama named 10 governors, Brewer is one of the 10.

  5. lightyourcandle2
    April 18th, 2011 @ 7:28 pm

    When the government divided the USA into 10 regions with 10 governors, in case of emergency. Obama appointed 10 governors, back at beginning of his administration. Brewer is one of the 10 governors.

  6. Rene'
    April 18th, 2011 @ 7:29 pm

    I’m down here in Louisiana. I’ll do whatever I can to help push it through. I’ve all ready talked to the Sect. of States office about the issue. I’ve met Jindal twice and he seems to be strait forward. We’ll see. He is a staunch conservative. His actions will tell the tale!

  7. Barbi Dee
    April 18th, 2011 @ 7:53 pm

    Very Bad News! TRAITOR Gov Brewer vetoed the bill! After Obama filed unconstitutional charges against Arizona, numerous citizens requested she file a quo warranto suit against him! She took all the free air time she could get to belittle him and promote her re-election for governor! She refused to file the suit and it only took her 3 months to tell the people to go to hell(she doesn’t care what THEY DEMAND now that she got re-elected) Please let this be a BIG LESSON to NOT TRUST or BELIEVE ANY POLITICIAN who did not honor their oath to the constitution within a timely manner(a month or two) or those that start singing a different tune pandering for votes ONLY! They will TURN ON U same as Brewer turned on Arizona!

  8. Politijabber
    April 18th, 2011 @ 8:26 pm

    Gee, I thought you met with Gov. Brewer last month. What did you say to her?

  9. dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    April 18th, 2011 @ 10:01 pm

    call me 949-683-5411

  10. Jonathan
    April 18th, 2011 @ 10:12 pm

    Hey I’m with you it hurt to hear that news my heart thumped. I really believed in Jan Brewer but she sold out. She bowed down to the Marxist scum. And if doesn’t get thrown out before 2012 we will make this the campaign issue so that all republicans will have to answer for why they knowingly allowed this Illegal President to remain in oval office and especially in the condition the Country is in with traitors all desperate for their turn to rob taxpayers and get theirs. Jan Brewer turned evil.

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