Saturday, August 7, 2010

Obama, Born in the USA? Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin Wants to Know

My position has always been that I don't believe or disbelieve. But where there is smoke there usually is fire. The smoke: the millions Obama is spending to conceal his birth certificate and school records. I have to show my drivers license or passport to get on a plane. You would think that a Presidential candidate would have to show some proof he is eligible. It was the House and Pelosi's job to vet his candidacy and she couldn't care less. She should be impeached, but, alas, the Dems are in control.

FT. BELVOIR, Va. – A decorated military officer who is challenging – in military court – President Obama's eligibility to be president was taken into custody and escorted under guard back to Walter Reed Army Base today after a hearing, apparently so he could not talk to the press or his attorney about his case, according to his defense attorney.

The Army held a hearing today at Ft. Belvoir, Va., for Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin, who posted a YouTube video challenging the Army to charge him after he refused to deploy to Afghanistan again this spring because of his concerns that Obama is ineligible to be president, and orders under his chain of command then would be suspect.

The hearing was on several charges of disobeying commands and "missing movement," and was held by Col. Denise Lind, who has been assigned to be the military judge in the case.

At the conclusion of the arraignment, Lakin was ordered not to speak with the press and was taken back to Reed under military escort, surprising and disturbing a civilian lawyer who has been working on his case.

"This was completely inappropriate. Col Lakin was brought here and taken away from here as if he was a common criminal. He was prohibited from talking to the press for two minutes; he was prohibited from talking to anybody, even me," Paul Rolf Jenson said.

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