PROTEST ACTION: Contact the DoD Public Affairs Office at the link and/or telephone number below and let them know your opinion. Please be polite and respectful, but let them know that this is a serious issue and not a “nonsensical joke.” We need a lot of people to contact them. Remind them that they still work ultimately for the American citizenry and not for Obama, who is still not yet a king. Let us know what kind of response you receive. Please share.
Would recommend just asking them to take a real look at the fabricated birth certificate posted on the White House web site and to consider the results of the investigation by the Maricopa Cold Case Posse in Arizona. Suggest to them that they apologize to that reporter, who only asked a simple and very legitimate question. You do not need to prove the case. They can go to Mike Zullo for that. Zullo is a pro. Let him present the evidence of fraud.
You can give them this link for contacting Detective Mike Zullo:
The military has remained silent on the Obama eligibility/identity issue. At 7:13 a.m. EDT on Thursday, The Post & Email contacted Public Affairs Officer Lt. Col. Catherine Wilkinson for comment on the declaration of forgery regarding Obama’s documentation:
Hi Cathy, my newspaper has been following the Obama eligibility/identity question for the last four years since its inception in August 2009.
May I obtain a statement from the military about whether or not they are aware that the long-form birth certificate image posted on the White House website since April 27, 2011 has been declared a “computer-generated forgery” by a law enforcement investigation?
Is the military aware that a congressional investigation into the forgery might be launched as a result of the Cold Case Posse’s investigation?
Does the military have the ability to analyze the Obama birth certificate image and Selective Service registration form to determine if they are authentic? If so, why has that not been done?
What are the ramifications if the U.S. military has been taking orders from someone who achieved the office of president and commander-in-chief by fraud?
Thank you very much.
Sharon Rondeau, Editor
The Post & Email
P.O. Box 195
Stafford Springs, CT 06076
At approximately 9:30 a.m. EDT, we received a response from Lt. Col. J. Todd Breasseale, which reads:
Dear Ms. Rondeau,
We can only assume that your query is not a legitimate question and is some sort of nonsensical joke. We are happy to consider reality-based requests, but do not entertain absurdities from the web.