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Monday, May 24, 2010


On November 13th, 2008 Debbie Schlussel posted a very compelling story on her website that involved Barack Obama's alleged Selective Service registration form and some extremely disturbing inconsistencies with it. A retired federal agent, using a Freedom of Information Act request, spent over a year attempting to get Obama's Selective Service information. Schlussel wrote about what was found on Obama's documentation and I remember it being incredibly newsworthy.


The first item of interest had to do with the Document Locator Number (DLN) at the top right of Obama's SS form. Via Debbie Schlussel. You're urged and encouraged to read the whole thing. Unlike many other claims, it provides hardcore inconsistencies:
In the upper right hand corner of the Selective Service form SSS Form 1, there is the standard Bates-stamped DLN, in this case “0897080632,” which I’ve labeled as “A” on both the SSS Form and the computer printout document. On the form, it reflects a 2008 creation, but on the printout, an extra eight was added in front of the number to make it look like it is from 1980, when it was actually created in 2008.
Also on that printout is the date of September 4th, 1980 as well Obama's SSS Number, which is listed as 61 1125539. Please go HERE to read about all that was uncovered by that retired federal agent and Schlussel because it's worth much examination but I brought it up because of new revelations about Barack Obama's social security number and Selective Service information. The latest discovery only serves to bolster Schlussel's findings.

Fast forward to present day. WND first broke the story about two private investigators claims' - using separate databases - that Barack Obama was using a social security number issued by the state of Connecticut. More on that HERE. Now, we're learning that the Selective Service is blocking access to Obama's registration information thanks to this story on WND. Using the various data about Obama available, including the Connecticut-issued Social Security number allegedly belonging to Obama, the following image appeared:

Take note that both the date of September 4th, 1980 and the Selective Service number issued to Barack Obama exactly match the printout posted by Schlussel in November, 2008.

As you could have guessed - and not surprisingly - the Selective Service has since pulled that information and Obama's registration information is no longer accessible. WND points out that the answer for the now unvailable information was given by a spokesman for the Selective Service. Basically, when too many people attempt to access the same person's records, everyone is locked out for security reasons. That explanation, especially if it's an automatically engaged restriction actually does seem reasonable.

The way I see it, the matter of the information being available before but not being available now may or may not be a legitimate concern. What I find far more compelling is the research that was done by Schlussel nearly two years ago being corroborated by these latest findings. Specifically, the Selective Service number for Barack Obama and the date it was issued as indicated on a form obtained via an FOI request in 2008 match exactly the number and date after entering a Social Security number for Obama that was issued by the state of Connecticut.

I long ago stopped paying attention to the birth certificate story but this story about Obama's Selective Service and Social Security information is something more than just a little tangible and questions definitely need to be answered.

Visit Schlussel and WND for these two stories.


The flashpoint of the immigration debate known as Arizona is starting to spawn political earthquakes in the other southern border states. The latest rumbling is from California gubernatorial candidate Steve Poizner, who is running against Meg Whitman for the nomination on June 8th. Whitman is on the wrong side of the American people and is to the left of Poizner, who exploits Whitman's words on immigration in this ad, comparing her to Felipe Calderon.

Support for Arizona's SB 1070 continues to grow, in part because the state is increasingly becoming a huge underdog thanks to the Obama administration. Poizner is trailing Whitman but is closing the gap. This video can only help him in his effort to continue that trend. The Independent Voter Network website is reporting that Whitman's support has been plummeting since March:
According to the 41st “Californians & Their Government” report, “Support for Meg Whitman has plummeted 23 points since March” and the competition between Whitman and Poizner is at its closest level yet. 38 percent of those polled will probably vote for Whitman, while 29 percent said they would probably vote for Poizner. This is in striking contrast to previous Whitman polling leads of between 30 and 50 percent.
This ad is certain to sour the pro-immigration enforcement crowd on Whitman but more importantly, it could energize them to support Poizner. If the immigration issue helps Poizner actually overcome what is now a 9 point deficit with Whitman, it could have reverberations that will be felt in the state with the longest border with Mexico.

In Texas, both Governor Rick Perry and Lt. Governor David Dewhurst are shunning the possibility of an Arizona style immigration law in their state. They wouldn't want to be compared to Felipe Calderon now, would they?

h/t to Hot Air for the video.
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