Military Veteran tells Army official: Investigate Obama, not Lt. Col. Lakin
IF ENLISTED MEMBERS MUST SHOW THEIRS, SO SHOULD OBAMA
April 18, 2010
This photo, taken from the U.S. Army's official website, depicts new service members taking the oath of enlistment. But who is their Commanderin-Chief?
Dear Editor: The following is a letter sent to Army spokesman Chuck Dasey in regard to the case of Lt. Col. Terrence Lakin, who has refused to take any further orders until Obama shows his original birth certificate: Dear Mr. Dasey, With all due respect, sir, may I suggest that rather than investigating Lt. Col. Lakin, an honorable, patriotic officer, who was required to show his birth certificate before deployment, you investigate Barack Obama (aka Barry Soetoro), who, to date, has refused to produce his. When I enlisted in 1963, I had to produce my long form birth certificate. You did, too. Why, then, does this standard not apply to the man acting as Commander in Chief? Barack Obama’s first official act after taking office was to sign an executive order sealing virtually ALL of his records and documents that might shed light on who and what he truly is. I ask you sir, would a man with nothing to hide do such a thing? Recently, a video has surfaced in which Michelle Obama herself stated that Kenya is Barack Obama’s homeland. Even more recently, The Kenyan Parliament (on page 31 of the Minutes) stated that Barack Obama is Kenyan-born. The U.S. Constitution clearly states in Article II, Section 1, paragraph 5, that no person, except a natural born Citizen of the United States of America shall hold the office of President. That exempts Barack Obama. Mr. Dasey, you swore an oath to support and defend the Constitution against all enemies, both foreign and domestic. I doubt that oath has an expiration date. Isn’t it about time the military started honoring that oath? I beg of you… do not investigate Lt. Col. Lakin. Instead, investigate the man who truly needs investigating… Barack Hussein Obama. Respectfully,
David Briggs United States Navy, 1963-69 Task Force 116, 573rd River Division ——————– Editor’s Note: The appropriate military officials may be contacted as follows: Army Spokesman Chuck Dasey, (202) 782-7500; email: [email protected]
Army Spokesman Lt. Col. Christopher Garver, inquire with Pentagon switchboard at (703) 545-6700 Pentagon Public Inquiries – 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday – Friday (Eastern Time Zone) – (703) 571-3343 By surface mail: Pentagon 1400 Defense Pentagon Washington, DC 20301-1400 (703) 697-1776 (703) 697-1776 Office of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff 9999 Joint Staff Pentagon Washington, D.C. 20318-9999 For Chiefs of Staff of the Army, Secretary of the Army, etc.: 1400 Defense Pentagon Washington DC 20301-1400 or complete the Department of Defense web comment form here.
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