Do American citizens have a right to view personal records of their president?
Our current president is unique from the rest of our presidents due to nonstop questioning by citizens regarding his identity and disclosure of personal records.
Bob Livingston's recent article, President Harrison J. Bounel, states, "Who is Harrison J. Bounel? According to the 2009 tax return submitted by President Barack Obama, he's the President of the United States." Livingston cites the current lawsuit in the U.S. Supreme Court being considered in conference, Edward Noonan, et al v. Deborah Bowen, California Secretary of State.
Steve Baldwin's article for the Western Center for Journalism, The Mystery Of Barack Obama Continues, discusses the mystique of Obama. Baldwin states, "It is estimated that Obama’s legal team has now spent well over $1.4 million dollars blocking access to documents every American should have access to. The question is why would he spend so much money to do this?"
Steve Baldwin lists the various discrepancies regarding Obama's personal records, including different names used, different Social Security numbers used, possible altered records, and missing records. He states, "Thus, it is not a coincidence that every document which contains information about his birth or citizenship is either missing, sealed, or has been altered."
The Question Of Obama's Eligibility To Serve As President Picks Up Steam, an article by Bob Russell, states, "The question of the eligibility of Barack Obama to appear on the 2012 Presidential ballot has picked up steam as lawsuits have been filed in Federal and State District Courts to force the Democrat National Committee, its Chairwoman Rep. Debbie Wasserman-Schultz, Nancy Pelosi, and Harry Reid to show positive proof that Obama meets the parameters laid out by the Constitution of the United States of America to hold said office. These events have somehow escaped the eagle eyes of the main stream media, but have been widely reported throughout the internet news media."
In his article, Bob Russell lists numerous lawsuits which have been filed regarding isssues such as citizenship, certification procedure with two copies differing in the wording of the certification of candidate Obama, and possible fraud.
The WashingtonTimes.com article by Alan Jones, President Obama Florida eligibility lawsuit continues, describes a Florida lawsuit which was previously filed by Attorney Larry Klayman, former U.S. Attorney and founder of Judicial Watch, regarding the eligibility of Obama.
Referring to the many cases filed regarding Obama eligibility, Jones states, "Although challenges to President Obama’s eligibility to hold office have been presented in a number of states, so far no judge has allowed a case to move into discovery, a pre-trial phase of a lawsuit in which the parties can request evidence, take depositions, request documents and issue subpoenas."
Therefore, no lawsuit has ever been heard on the "merits" of the case.
Intelligent people are characteristically inquisitive. And the quest of Americans to have access and view President Obama's personal records and identity appears to be gaining endless momentum.