Here’s to the 250 brave citizens of the Surprise Tea Party, without whose petition Sheriff Joe Arpaio would never have put his Cold Case Posse on the trail!
We all owe a huge debt of gratitude to these Tea Party Patriots. Thank you, Surprise Tea Party, from the bottoms of our hearts. Thank you for managing to get at least one member of law enforcement to take a look at what we citizens have been screaming about for well on four years.
As America’s Sheriff said yesterday, he’s the first from law enforcement to actually look into the documentation presented to We the People from OUR government. And Joe’s not going to be scared off by Alinsky ridicule.
The corruption apparently goes deep when the National Archives loses the week of August 1-7, 1961, from passenger entry records. Why that week? What a coincidence! The week of Obama’s supposed birth. If Obama or his mother did not enter this country that week, then why is that pertinent week missing, without explanation, from records that the National Archives supplied to the Posse?
Similarly, why did the State Dept. “lose” the pre-1965 passport application for Stanley Ann Dunham, Obama’s mother? Why that single application, which we know exists? Isn’t that interesting? It’s simply lost.
Similarly, we have the Chicago office that stores Selective Service Records supplying (before the 2008 election) an apparently forged record for Barack Hussein Obama.
Similarly, we have the passport records at the State Dept. “cauterized” of “embarrassing information” about then-candidate Obama, by an employee of a man who now holds high office in Obama’s administration.
If any member of the mainstream media were as brave as Sheriff Joe and the citizens of the Surprise, Arizona, Tea Party, then perhaps that person might receive a Pulitzer prize and as much acclaim as Woodward and Bernstein.
Anyone among them care to have himself portrayed in a movie by Brad Pitt? How about Angelina Jolie?
Grow some, mainstream media. Live up to the trust that Our Founders placed in you when they protected freedom of the press in the Bill of Rights.