Fox, CNN, MSNBC and others refuse ads questioning Obama's eligibility
On Friday, January 16, a conference is scheduled at the U.S. Supreme Court during which justices will consider behind closed doors—again—taking up a case that could finally put to rest the questions about whether President-elect Barack Obama qualifies to occupy the Oval Office under the Constitution's requirement that he be a "natural born" citizen.This is your last chance to be heard before the Inauguration!
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Lingering questions continue to leave a cloud over the impending presidency of a man whose relatives have reported he was born in Kenya and who has decided, for whatever reason, not to release a bona fide copy of his original birth certificate in its complete form.
When WND columnist Janet Porter when tried to purchase airtime for a 60-second commerical publicizing the eligibility issue, CNBC, MSNBC, Headline News, CNN and Fox all refused to sell her airtime. The ad to be broadcast is available on YouTube. Janet—who was trying to buy airtime on behalf of her organization, Faith2Action.org—recently raised some of the more significant impacts that could result should eligibility questions continue without answers:
"What if an impostor from another country ran for the presidency and won?" she questioned. "What if the media blocked any news of his birthplace and citizenship? What if the media censorship even blocked paid advertising which tried to expose it?
"What if no one had the courage to challenge or verify it? What if he was inaugurated illegally? What if the military had to answer to a commander in chief who was illegitimate? What if every law he signed was invalid?"
And, she wonders, "What if it all happened on our watch?"
Here's How YOU Can Help:
You can make sure the Supreme Court justices have a piece of your mind when they review a case on Friday, Jan. 16 that challenges the eligibility of Barack Obama under Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution.
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