Is President Obama’s birth certificate a forgery? Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, Ariz., believes it is. Mr. Arpaio’s investigators have come to a stunning conclusion: The long-form birth certificate Mr. Obama released last year is a “computer-generated forgery.” With the exception of The Washington Times, however, no major U.S. media outlet reported this bombshell story. The liberal press corps is desperately trying to suppress any discussion of Forgerygate — potentially one of the biggest scandals in American history. Read & Comment
Did the Inspector General Detect Fraud?
March 16, 2012
Acting as one of Barack Obama’s 313 million employers, I wanted to check his “employee” status with the U.S. Government’s E-Verify System. Was he legally eligible to be employed by me?
I was determined to find out if my “employee” was eligible to work in the United States. On August 17, 2011, the Social Security Number that Barack Obama uses, 042-68-xxxx, was imputed into the government run E-Verify System. This program allows employers to determine if their potential hires or employees are legal to work in the United States by validating their social security number (SSN), name, and birth date.
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In simple terms, this election is about just this:
- Will Americans choose to grow ever more dependent on the Government, allowing it to control every facet of our daily lives, OR
- will Americans throw off the shackles of dependency, tighten our belts and get busy to take back our nation and our way of life?
U.S. Unemployment Up in February
Underemployment is 19.1%, up from 18.7% in January
President Obama has accomplished a great deal. He is correct in his assessment. At GW Bush’s lowest approval point in July 2008, unemployment was around 5.8. It is now locked in (using the Obamized measurements) at 8.3.
I have 1 die-hard friend who still believes Obama “should be allowed the chance to finish what he’s started.” My only response is to shake my head. In what other circumstance, what other job, school, adventure … is it acceptable to allow a failing participant…
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