BY LINDA BENTLEY | JULY 18, 2012
Article II Super PAC urges Gen. Colin Powell to ‘do the right thing’
$25,000 to Wounded Warriors Project if Powell will meet with Arpaio, review the evidence and issue a statement regarding that evidence
PHOENIX – On Monday, the Article II Super PAC took out a two-page spread in the Washington Times offering a $25,000 donation to the Wounded Warriors Project if retired Gen. Colin Powell would simply agree to meet with Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio and his Cold Case Posse, review the evidence they’ve uncovered with regard to President Barack Obama’s falsified documents and issue a statement regarding that evidence.
The Article II Super PAC asks Powell to “lead America away from the brink of tyranny and restore liberty and freedom for all across this great land,” while reminding him, as a general, he “freely, without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion,” placed his hand on the Bible and swore to “defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic.”
The PAC also quotes Powell, who once advised, “Keep looking below surface appearances; don’t shrink from doing so because you might not like what you find,” and stated, “Well, sir, we have heeded your counsel and peered beyond the surface and we don’t like what we see.”
The ad goes on to state, “To date, we know, unequivocally, the Birth Certificate released in April 2011 by Barack Hussein Obama, II is fraudulent. We the People know, without question, the Selective Service registration he released in 2008 is fraudulent. Perhaps more important is the fact that We the People know full well that Barack Obama is not, nor can he ever be, a Natural Born Citizen as mandated under Article II of the Constitution of the United States to serve as President.”
Stating, “Great men do not shrink from their responsibility to do the right thing when their country is in peril. Truth is a force multiplier.” The Article II Super PAC asked Powell to “do the right thing,” and wrote, “History looks kindly upon General George Washington for accepting the challenge of his colonists to lead the fight to break off the yoke of British tyranny. Today, we are experiencing the greatest constitutional crisis in our history. You can make a difference. Are you made of the same grit as George Washington? What, sir, will be your legacy?”
The PAC asked Powell to consider taking the time to “look below the surface” for the benefit of those who gave their lives and limbs defending the U.S. Constitution and our freedom while serving under Powell.
In conclusion, Article II Super PAC said it would be honored to make a $25,000 donation in Powell’s name to the Wounded Warriors Project if he simply agrees to meet with Arpaio and the Cold Case Posse in the reasonably near future, review the evidence and offer a public statement, and asked, “Duty, honor and country – does it still matter? Sir, will you accept our challenge?”
Although Powell did in fact shrink away from a similar challenge last year, the PAC boldly states, “An honorable man will always do the right thing … silence is not an option.”