© Miri WTPOTUS July 16, 2012
Tomorrow is a day we’ve been waiting for, when Sheriff Joe and his Cold Case Posse release the “breathtaking” information uncovered on a recent trip to Hawaii.
Will we truly be shocked? Or will this be a rehash of information that has already been found out over the past few years?
With Sheriff Joe’s authority, of course, he has access to (or should have access to) sources that we can’t tap. The Posse also plans to provide an “update” on the investigation, which is continuing.
Some interesting facts: In April 2011, before Barack Obama released what his people claimed was an image of his original long-form birth certificate, 55% of the public believed that Obama was born in the USA. Today, over a year later, the same 55% of the public believe that Obama was born in the USA. Looks like 45% continue to doubt him.
Before Obama released his “birth certificate” in April 2011, 15% of those polled did not believe that he was born here and another 30% did not know. Today, over a year later, 20% of those polled don’t believe that he was born here and 25% don’t know. That means that 5% of the doubters became unbelievers after Obama released the birth certificate image that Sheriff Joe and his Posse characterize as a probable forgery.
Releasing the “birth certificate” actually convinced people who previously gave him the benefit of the doubt: Now, they believe that Obama is not telling the truth! No wonder the media, who nearly uniformly support Obama, won’t cover this issue.
The press conference takes place at 2:30 p.m. Arizona time, July 17, 2012. We’ll try to cover it. Again, you have to sign up to get the live feed (if it works). I’m not clear about whether you have to sign up a second time, if you signed up last time.
Other news about Arpaio: He’s “far ahead” of his challengers in campaign donations. About 80% of the money comes from donors in states such as California, Florida, and Texas–other states that, like Arizona, suffer under the massive influx of illegal aliens and the outrageous neglect of the federal government, under Obama, that will not enforce our immigration laws. Sheriff Joe is a hero to those of us who believe in the rule of law and believe that it’s a travesty of justice and a threat to our national security for Obama to give what amounts to amnesty to illegal aliens and to stop cooperating with Arizona law enforcement in their efforts to fight illegal immigration. In September, a court will hear Sheriff Joe’s appeal of a ruling that prevents his officers from detaining those suspected of being illegal aliens. I tried to find a poll that would tell us where Sheriff Joe stands with regard to his reelection campaign, but had no luck. Sheriff Joe issued a High-Noon-like challenge to a foul-mouthed comic who insulted Arpaio recently. The Sheriff is getting a little help from Iowa Congressman Steve King, who is filing a lawsuit against the Obama administration’s new policy that ignores our immigration laws.
What do you think tomorrow will bring? Hope for change or more of the same?