You must register to become president

By Linda Bentley | November 26, 2008

Kenyan Ambassador indicates Obama was born in Kenya
WASHINGTON, D.C. – As the mainstream media covers President-elect Barack Hussein Obama’s every cabinet appointment consideration, citizens have been seeking information about Obama that, when uncovered, appears to be one fraud after another.

On Nov. 13, Debbie Schlussel, attorney and political commentator, posted on her website ( a copy of Obama’s Selective Service System Registration form.

Obama register posterSchlussel points out all the peculiarities and inconsistencies in the document that would lead just about anyone to conclude the document is a fraud and that either Obama signed the fraudulent document in 2008, rather than in 1980 as the document portends, or he never registered for the draft, as required by law, and someone else created the after-the-fact forgery.

The DLN (Document Locator Number) at the top of the document shows a ten-digit number: 0897080632.

The first two digits indicate the year the document was created, 2008.

However, on the accompanying printout, there is an 11-digit number shown for the DLN with an 8 as the first number to make it appear the document was created in 1980.

Also, the outer circle of the round date stamp by the USPS is difficult to read other than being able to make out “HI” at the top for Hawaii and “USPO” at the bottom.

The Postal Reorganization Act of 1970 changed the Department of the United States Post Office (USPO) to the United States Postal Service (USPS), so there is no reason why, in 1980, ten years later, a USPO round date stamp would be used.

The center portion of the date stamp clearly reads “Jul” “29” “80” stacked on three lines. However, the “80” is off-center; the 8 appears under the 9 in 29. Round date stamps use a four-digit number for the year, which is centered under the month and day.

The requirement for all men born after Dec. 31, 1959, citizens and both legal and illegal aliens, living in the U.S., who are age 18 through 25, to register for the Selective Services is still in effect.

Failure to register is a criminal offense, punishable by up to five years in prison or a fine of not more than $10,000.

Additionally, the United States Attorneys’ Manual, under Section 9-79.400: Failure to Register With the Selective Service System, specifically states, “United States Attorneys may not decline to prosecute violations of 50 U.S.C. App. § 462(a) involving the failure to register with the Selective Service System….”

Failure for men to register with Selective Services before turning 26, even if not prosecuted, will render them ineligible for student financial aid, U.S. citizenship, federal job training, jobs in the executive branch of the federal government and the U.S. Postal Service.

It would appear then, if Obama never registered for the draft that alone would render him ineligible to serve as President of the United States.

Meanwhile, in Detroit, shortly after the General Election, Mike Clark, host of WRIF Radio’s Mike in the Morning Show, called the Kenyan Embassy to learn the reaction in Kenya to Obama becoming elected President of the United States as he jokingly congratulated Kenya on becoming our 51st state.

Clark’s call was put through to Kenyan Ambassador to the U.S. Peter Ogego, who told Clark Kenya had already declared a public holiday that Thursday in Obama’s honor.

Visit mim/?p=916 to listen to the on-air interview.

Approximately 12 minutes and 30 seconds into the interview, Clark's co-host asks Ogega, “President-elect Obama's birthplace over in Kenya, is that going to be a national spot to go visit, where he was born?”

Ogego answers, “It’s, uh, already an attraction. His, his, uh, paternal grandmother is still alive …"

When Ogego was asked, “But his birthplace, they'll put up a marker there?” he responded, “It depends on the government; it's already well known.”

Photo: While this campaign poster urges people to register to vote in order to vote for Obama in the Indiana Primary, it appears Obama may have neglected to register for the draft, which would render him ineligible to hold the office of President of the United States, or become a postal worker for that matter.