Sunday, December 14, 2008

Electoral College Meets to Begin Final Steps


The voters cast their ballots on Nov. 4 and elected Barack Obama, but that doesn't mean the 2008 election is quite over.

The next step comes Monday when the 538 members of the Electoral College meet in their state capitals and in Washington, D.C. The constitutionally prescribed date -- the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December -- falls this year on Dec. 15.

In Iowa, where the campaign began two years ago, the seven electors who will cast the final votes for Mr. Obama and Joe Biden, will meet in a conference room at the state capitol. "It will be very much in and out," said Kristin Hardt, who's organizing the meeting.

Likewise in Vermont, Secretary of State Deborah Markowitz expects to gather the state's three Obama electors in Room 10 of the statehouse for a meeting she says should last no more than 20 minutes.

At the other end of the pomp-and-circumstance scale, Pennsylvania, with 21 Obama electors, is planning a ceremony whose agenda runs to two pages and includes rehearsals on Friday and Monday. "We will have a resolution for everything," promised Secretary of State Pedro Cortes.

The Constitution allots each state as many electoral votes as it has U.S. congressmen and senators, plus three for Washington, D.C. It is those votes, of course, that actually determine the election's outcome. The Constitution doesn't say much about the Electoral College's proceedings, though, which means it is largely up to each state to decide who its electors will be and how they cast their ballots. FULL STORY.

Dear Electors:

Each one of you holds an incredible force of delegated power from We The People to exercise your moral duty to uphold and defend the Constitution of the united states of America. Barack Obama has done absolutely nothing to address the many questions that remain unanswered regarding his birth records, his passport records, his college records, his selective service records and many other facts regarding his past that remain either opaque or sealed from public access.

This issue will not go away. Eventually, inevitably, the truth is going to rear its ugly head and stand in condemnation of his actions. This issue is far bigger than Watergate and Whitewater and Monica Lewinsky combined.

What "AMERICA ALREADY KNOWS" is that Barack Obama is NOT "natural born" citizen of the United States of America:

America Already Knows!

Barack Obama has ADMITTED he had dual citizenship at birth. This is not in question like his place of birth is. Even if Obama can prove that he was born on American soil, which he can't, he still is ineligible because of his dual citizenship. To understand more about this, I recommend the following article, "Stand by me..." Leo Donofrio also wrote a very compelling essay at NaturalBornCitizen FULL STORY.

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