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Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Deal Challenges Obama’s Eligibility

by P. Patriot
© 2009/2010

Nathan Deal, U.S. Representative for Georgia, is running for Georgia Governor in 2010.(Jan. 5, 2010) — The Post & Email can publicly confirm that on the first of December, last, U.S. Congressman Nathan Deal (GA-R) challenged the eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to hold the office of the U.S. presidency.

Todd Smith, Chief of Staff for Representative Nathan Deal of the United States House of Representatives serving Georgia’s 9th district, has confirmed today that Deal has sent a letter to Barack Hussein Obama requesting him to prove his eligibility for the office of President of the United States of America. The letter was sent electronically the first of December 2009 in pdf format, and Mr. Smith said that Representative Deal has confirmation from Obama’s staff that it has been received. The letter did not have additional signatories. It originated solely from Representative Deal.

Now, what does this mean? This is probably the first time in 233 years of American history that a sitting member of the House of Representatives has officially challenged the legitimacy of a sitting president….one full year into his term.

This forever changes the public discourse.

Even if the putative president ignores the challenge, he cannot hide from it, because by doing so he admits his guilt through silence. The question has to be asked near and far, why would a president who has promised greater transparency than any previous administration pay upwards of $2,000,000 of taxpayer money to hide documents that could resolve the matter once and for all time for the cost of $20.00. He has publicly admitted on more than one occasion that his father was NOT an American citizen. This alone disqualifies him from eligibility based on Article 2, Section 1, Paragraph 5 of the Constitution, and consequently makes him a usurper.

Representative Deal, understanding full well the magnitude and gravity of the situation and recognizing that it places our country in a national security crisis, has rightfully confronted the issue head-on. The ramifications are so serious that all laws signed by a putative president are null and void, and soldiers sent into war under his command can be tried as war criminals.

Representative Deal is not a “Birther”; rather, he is a “Truther”; one of the millions of others who have been seeking irrefutable proof for over a year and a half!

Not a single lawsuit to date has been decided on the merits of the case, with numerous cases yet to be resolved or dismissed.

To show support for Representative Deal, you may contact him here:

The Honorable Nathan Deal
2133 Rayburn House Office Building
Washington, D.C. 20515-1009
DC Phone: 202-225-5211
DC Fax: 202-225-8272
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1 comment:

  1. Nathan Deal: ‘I've done nothing wrong'
    By Aaron Gould Sheinin

    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution (Dec. 15) (

    U.S. Rep. Nathan Deal (R-Ga.) said Tuesday he has done nothing wrong and welcomes "an opportunity to state the facts" regarding efforts by two congressional ethics investigators to probe a lucrative 20-year business deal Deal had with state government.

    Deal, a 2010 Republican candidate for governor, would not comment Monday when The Atlanta Journal-Constitution asked about about the inquiries being made by the Office of Congressional Ethics and the U.S. House Committee on Standards of Official Conduct. Documents obtained by the AJC and detailed in Tuesday's newspaper show both groups have been in contact with the state Department of Revenue for documents and interviews regarding Deal's role in a business with the state that earned his company $1.5 million from 2004 through 2008.

    In an online chat conducted through his gubernatorial campaign's Web site, Tom Crawford, a veteran political reporter who runs the Capitol Impact online news site, asked Deal if the "investigation into the ethics allegations regarding your auto salvage business and its contract with the state (will) have a negative impact on your campaign?"

    Deal responded: "No, I've done nothing wrong. I welcome an opportunity to state the facts."

    Deal also took at shot at Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington, a nonpartisan ethics watchdog group that filed a complaint against Deal with the Office of Congressional Ethics over Deal's business practice. The complaint was filed after the AJC reported in August that Deal and his congressional staff personally intervened with state officials to try and prevent changes from being made to the obscure state program that regulates how vehicles that are totaled and rebuilt are inspected for new ownership titles.

    "On the subject of CREW, who filed the complaint," Deal wrote, "this is the same liberal organization that continues to attack the Bush administration. As a former Bush administration officials (sic) said they litigate for sport and distort the facts.'"

    Asked for a response, CREW executive director Melanie Sloan said Deal should focus on his own troubles.

    "Given the hot water in which Rep. Deal finds himself, it is no wonder he is trying to change the subject," Sloan said. "It is not CREW investigating the congressman, however, it’s the House ethics committee and the Office of Congressional Ethics."

    According to CREW's Web site, the group has filed ethics complaints or called for investigations this year against Deal, U.S. Rep. Eric Cantor (R-Va.) and U.S. Rep. Mike Ross (D-Ark.). CREW has also asked for investigations into a Minnesota Republican and a California Democrat and called on U.S. Rep. John Murtha (D-Pa.) to step down from the Defense Appropriations Subcommittee.