Attorney General Henry McMaster has joined several other states in a civil suit to stop Obamacare, based on various claims that the scope of the legislation exceeds the authority reserved to the federal government under several sections of the U.S. Constitution. But given the mechanism by which the South Carolina Democratic Party certified the eligibility of candidate Barack Obama for the office of President of the United States, Mr. McMaster would have a much easier and less expensive route to contest this monstrosity if he would just exercise his discretion to investigate the charges of election fraud already filed with his office by the citizens of the Palmetto State.
Here’s how Democrats Certified Barack Obama was eligible to have his name appear on South Carolina’s ballot.
From “IF IT LOOKS LIKE A DUCK…”
I recognized that the language of her handwritten note mimicked the SC statute. So, I wondered, how did Kathy Hensley come to hand write the statutory language that appears on the bottom of Carol Fowler’s typed candidate certification memo? Enlisting Dawn’s help, I can now answer that question.
Turns out, Kathy Hensley hand-delivered Carol Fowler’s November 1, 2007 memo to the offices of the SCEC. Garry Baum said so. He remembered that someone in the office – he could not recall whether he or another staffer – pointed out, ‘she’ “forgot” to add the statutory language that the D candidates listed to get their names printed on the SC primary ballot were eligible for the job. He said she had not noticed this language was missing, on her own.
So, Ms. Hensley added the required language, then and there, along with her signature. And that explains the unusual appearance of the state D party Certification of names for the Presidential Preference primary election.
Please, urge Mr. McMaster to spend your money more wisely by investigating your complaints of election fraud.
“IF IT LOOKS LIKE A DUCK” https://jbjd.wordpress.com/2009/10/10/if-it-looks-like-a-duck/