Senator Richard Shelby, questions Obama eligibility


A U.S. senator has weighed in on the continuing controversy over Barack Obama’s eligibility for office by saying he has never seen proof the new president was actually born in Hawaii.

“Well, his father was Kenyan and they said he was born in Hawaii, but I haven’t seen any birth certificate,” Sen. Richard Shelby, R-Ala., told constituents in Cullman County. “You have to be born in America to be president.” Read More

This issue will not go away until We The People see the proof of Barack Obama’s eligibility,  until then….the fight stays alive!

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Ben Smith of is now reporting that a spokesman for
Shelby has denied that he questioned Obama’s eligibility and that
the Cullman newspaper is sticking with their story.

“Cullman Times editor Derek Price emails that his reporter,
Patrick McCreless, affirmed to him that “we reported Shelby’s
comments on Obama’s birth certificate accurately and completely.

“We stand by our story,” Price wrote.”


3 comments on “Senator Richard Shelby, questions Obama eligibility

  1. Why haven’t the citizens of the United States
    held goverment accountable for electing a
    USURPER to POTUS, by his own addmission
    his father was born in keyna, therefore Article
    II section 1 of Constitution prohibits him. The
    Miltary forces are in danger of this not to mention everything he may sign. It is a travesty
    that he was not vetted, Pelosi Reid etc. have
    failed our Country. We as citizens must stand
    by our Constitution or we have nothing left!

  2. I feel the same as you about Obama not being a citizen, but lets don’t forget it was the people that voted him into office, which the government should have made sure he was a citizen. He is a tax and spend liberal and lied to his supporters and now they will have to pay the piper! We have to keep letting our voices heard Mrs.Kelley.

  3. We’re not really sure the election wasn’t fixed, either. A sworn testimony by a computer tech says that the voting machines are easily hacked – because he’s done it.

    The DNC should’ve vetted their candidates, however, since all but one (Kucinich) are members of the CFR, it would’ve exposed them.

    Rep. Michele Bachmann, R-Minn., is on a tirade to “expose to root out members of Congress who are “anti-America.”

    We need to give our support to people like Ron Paul, Dennis Kucinich and Michele Bachmann, who challenge government’s anti-American ideology.

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