I wrote yesterday about Arizona’s upcoming attempt to pass a 2012 eligibility law that would force Obama to produce his long-form birth certificate if he is to make it on the Arizona ballot.
WND writes today that 10 states are now developing eligibility-proof demands. This is significant because the ten States would total 107 Electoral College votes. Should these bills be passed, it would create a huge dilemma for Barry Soetoro.
The National Conference of State Legislatures says that 10 states already have some sort of eligibility-proof requirement plan.
There is Arizona’s HB2544, Connecticut’s SB391, Georgia’s HB37, Indiana’s SB114, Maine’s LD34, Missouri’s HB283, Montana’s HB205, Nebraska’s LB654, Oklahoma’s SB91, SB384 and SB540, and Texas’s HB295 and HB529.
As juicy and delicious as this sounds, one wonders how successful these attempts will prove. WND writes that “other plans were considered last year in Texas, South Carolina, Oklahoma, Missouri, Minnesota, Maine and Arizona, and Arizona’s probably got the closest to law, falling a “pocket veto” short in the state Senate, despite widespread support.”
However, WND goes on to say, Arizona’s new bill could change the game. Even though the eligibility bill has just been introduced, it is approaching “critical mass”.
…The proposal from state Rep. Judy Burges was brought forth with 16 members of the state Senate as co-sponsors. It needs only 16 votes in the Senate to pass.
In the House, there are 25 co-sponsors, with the need for only 31 votes for passage, and Burges told WND that there were several chamber members who confirmed they support the plan and will vote for it, but simply didn’t wish to be listed as co-sponsors.
It is fun to speculate what the passing of one or more of these bills would mean, but until one actually does go into law, speculation is all we are left to.
As I wrote yesterday, in May, investigative journalist, Jerome Corsi, will release a new book entitled, “Where’s the Birth Certificate?: The Case that Barack Obama is not Eligible to be President“.
It will surely become a best seller and generate more interest in these bills, as well as controversy. Squeamish Republicans will no doubt leave roadrunner tracks away from the controversy, or turn into blubbering toads on Liberal talk shows, as Democrats become ever more apoplectic. Stalk up on your popcorn for the show before inflation increases the price of your fun.