Kathleen G's Email to Representative Doug Lamborn

06/21/2011 12:36

I gave you a grade of F.

Two and a half years, countless emails, phone calls, and letters.  No action from Lamborn.  He is in violation of his oath to support and defend the U.S. Constitution, ignores valid issues from constituents and does not deserve to stay in office.  Here is  April 28, 2009 letter.  More will follow.

Dear Congressman

Thank you for your two letters dated Jan. 13 and 14 of 2009.  Since the Jan. 14 nullified the Jan. 13 letter, I will address the former.

First, the 14th Amendment makes no distinction between natural-born citizens and naturalized citizens.  They are both, of course, citizens of the U.S.; however, the Constitution does make the distinction and clearly specifies that one of the eligibility requirements to be POTUS is to be a "natural-born" citizen, not a naturalized one.  Obama is, by his own admission and due to inheriting his father's British citizenship, either a naturalized citizen, or an illegal alien, if he never was naturalized as a U.S. citizen after his adoption as an Indonesian.

Also, in regards to Ms. Fukino's statement on the birth of Obama, as you know she only states that Hawaii has his original birth certificate on record in accordance with state policies and procedures.  It doesn't take even a careful reading to know that she nowhere states that he was born in Hawaii.

You state that you believe it is fully appropriate that citizens receive official verification of credentials for office holders.  You, sir, had the authority to do just that on the behalf of Colorado citizens at the electoral count held in the Congress on Jan. 8, 2009. You failed to do that, even after you had been petitioned to do so. 

You did not need to wait for a favorable outcome of the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) Dec. 8, 2008 hearing of one of the many lawsuits on Obama's ineligibility to take action as a Congressman. The Congress has authority invested in that body to take action independent from the office of President or the Supreme Court, but you and all the other members of Congress turned a deaf ear to your constituents. 

I am only writing to let you know that I received both your letters, and that I will not be petitioning you or any member of the impotent Congress again.  Congress and the Supreme Court have showed the American people that both branches of government are really unconcerned with upholding and defending the U.S. Constitution as every member of both bodies swore to do. And we have a usurper posing as President in the third branch of government, so you've all collectively put us in a place where we have to take matters into our own hands.

What an unforgivable travesty has been brought down on this country.  An ineligible man of questionable character and associations has been enthroned as a usurper ruler over this land, while the corrupt, self-serving Congress and Supreme Court fiddle away and play soothing and self-medicating tunes to themselves while a fire has been set under America.

You will be hearing from us at the polls next time around on this matter. We are through with elected officials wooing us until they get elected and then just ignoring us.  That will stop.

There is a revolution that We The People are joining to take back the power that has been vested to us in the Constitution.  It will be done peacefully and in accordance with the law, but it will set this country upside down.  The clarion call has gone out and we the people are responding and we will be in this fight for the long haul.

I'm sorry you could not see past your own self-interest to be a part of this historic movement.  You sir, will find yourself to be on the wrong side of history in this matter.




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