News reports stated that in Mexico, drug lords killed a rival member and sewed his face onto a soccer ball. The difference between Mexico and The USA is law enforcement. In Mexico law enforcement is sold to the highest bidder. If America ever reaches that point, guard your children because anything can happen to them and you can’t do a thing to stop it.
Obama’s eligibility is and always has been about law enforcement, because our entire system of law enforcement of already-existing laws has utterly failed. This has nothing to do with politics.
It doesn’t much matter whether the guy with his face sewn on the soccer ball was a democrat or republican, or whether he favored or opposed healthcare reform or any other political issue. If there is nobody willing to enforce a law, that law doesn’t exist. Period. Why argue about what laws get made and by whom, if the laws we have are enforced like Mexico’s?
That is the issue here. You can say, as did our Senators a few years ago regarding perjury and obstruction of justice, ”Tee-hee. It’s just about sex. It doesn’t matter.” Or in this case you can say, “The birthers are crazy. Move on.”
The subject of the investigation is irrelevant; the fact that law enforcement refuses to investigate is the issue. When lawless people get control of a system and manipulate what gets enforced, you’ve become Chicago. Or Mexico. Today the subject not being investigated is the violation of open records laws and government cover-up of known forgery. Those crimes have allowed a person into office who has committed extortion (threatening anyone who would report on Obama’s eligibility, as well as lawyers for car dealers) and who violated bankruptcy law to steal money from secured investors and give it to unions instead. For a wider-angle view of his actions so far (with links) see here, here, and here. (I gave up on keeping score after 6 months).
You can laugh at extortion & government cover-ups of forgery and perjury if you think it’s just about – tee-hee – birthers, but I’m telling you right now: If law enforcement doesn’t matter, then welcome to Mexico. I hope your children have a good time kicking your face when they see it sewn onto a soccer ball. Because by refusing to address this you are consigning your children to that kind of world.
Seriously think about “The Dark Knight” – which gave my kids nightmares for weeks. Watch it again so you can clearly remember what lawlessness looks and feels like. If, like me, you would die before willingly handing your kids’ future over to lawlessness, then keep reading at https://butterdezillion.wordpress.com/2010/01/11/red-flags-in-hawaii-2/