"Revolution" a Possible Worst-Case Scenario Over Obama Eligibility
The issue of whether Barack Obama is constitutionally eligible to serve as president seems easy enough to settle: Provide the documentation. Instead, this:
Military officers from the U.S. Army, Navy, Air Force and Marines are working with California attorney Orly Taitz and her Defend Our Freedoms Foundation, citing a legal right established in British common law nearly 800 years ago and recognized by the U.S. Founding Fathers to demand documentation that may prove -- or disprove -- Barack Obama's eligibility to be president. . . .
Taitz' plaintiffs, some of whom potentially face life-or-death situations in defense of the U.S. Constitution on a daily basis, . . . are asking for the appointment of a special prosecutor to help in presenting documentation to the Supreme Court.
Harry Riley, a veteran officer with Pentagon service, says the endgame could be "revolution."
"Myself, along with hundreds of thousands of other warriors, have fought for the U.S. Constitution. The whole issue is one of constitutional crisis, in my judgment. How can an individual become the commander-in-chief, or the president of the U.S., with questions regarding his constitutional qualifications?" he asked.
"The whole idea is that America cannot allow an individual to serve as president who isn't qualified. It destroys our Constitution. It's the bedrock of our nation," he said.
"In the worst case, in the long run, if he continues [to fight revealing his documentation,] it's going to be revolution in the streets," he warned.
"It's simply a matter of producing a $12 birth certificate," Riley says.