BREAKING AT NWS 1st : ‘Strike BHO Off Ballot’ – Republican Chair Hull Mass. To Sec. State –

HULL REPUBLICAN TOWN COMMITTEE

62 CENTRAL AVENUE

HULL, MASSACHUSETTS 02045

www.hullrepublican.org

781-925-5253

October 28, 2008

Hon. William F. Galvin

Secretary of the Commonwealth

1 Ashburton Place

Boston, MA 02108

Re: November 4 Presidential Election Ballot

Dear Secretary Galvin:

I am writing to you in my official capacity as an elected officer of the Republican Party of Massachusetts, and Chairman of the Hull Republican Town Committee.

It is my considered opinion that Barack Hussein Obama is not constitutionally qualified to be placed on the ballot as a Presidential candidate and that his name should be immediately stricken until he provides a certified copy of his birth certificate and attested hospital records of his birth in an American hospital.

Mr. Obama's grandmother has been quoted saying she observed him being born in a delivery room in a Kenyan hospital. This is a contradiction of the candidate's own statement that he was born in the Kapiolani Hospital in Honolulu. This week, it has been reported that Governor Lingle of Hawaii has ordered certain records of Mr. Obama sealed. From my own personal experience as a researcher, I know that birth records are usually sealed in the case of adoption or illegitimacy. A strong indication now exists therefore that Mr. Obama was not born in Hawaii, but was adopted in Hawaii, and may have been illegitimate in Kenya, or perhaps not even eligible for admission into the United States.

The issue of Mr. Obama's qualification to be elected President is now being litigated in the United States Supreme Court. Because when he was served requests for admissions which required him to respond to averments that he was born in Kenya and adopted by a foreign citizen, and that his birth was registered in Hawaii as a foreign birth, he declined to answer. As you know, such failures to answer are deemed admitted after 30 days. Thirty days has passed.

For these reasons I request that Mr. Obama's name be removed from the Massachusetts ballot.

Sincerely,

David Grossack

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