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The White House is threatening reporters with dire consequences if they so much as raise the subject of the Ruler’s eligibility. White House goons have been very confrontational telling reporters to lay off the birther angle and warning them not to delve too deeply into the Ruler’s background.

According to a 2009 special report by Canada Free Press and the Northeast Intelligence Network, some of the nation’s top radio and television news anchors and on-air talents were forbidden to discuss any aspect of the birth certificate controversy.

The nation’s top radio and television personalities were instructed “to avoid any on-air discussion of the birth place, eligibility, and news accounts of litigation compelling [the Ruler] to produce a legitimate copy of his birth certificate.”

The special report proves an orchestrated cover-up of the Ruler’s eligibility to hold office, and shows why the birth certificate issue has failed to gain traction with Fox News and other corporate media outlets.

The White House has provided their sources in the mainstream Democrat media with the facts on the birth certificate issue and has issued marching orders to attack the skeptics and birthers and protect their Ruler at all costs.

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see White House insider warns of dire consequences from eligibility issue, White House Insider: Proceed At Your Own Peril and Threats, media manipulation on Obama eligibility – We have proof.

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In February 2008 during his campaign for president, Senator Barack Obama appeared on The Ellen DeGeneres Show. In the interview, Obama made the following distinction between his health care proposal and Hillary Clinton’s:

“Both of us want to provide health care to all Americans…. But, she mandates that everybody buy health care. She’d have the government force every individual to buy insurance and I don’t have such a mandate because I don’t think the problem is that people don’t want health insurance, it’s that they can’t afford it.

So, I focus more on lowering costs. This is a modest difference. But, it’s one that she’s tried to elevate, arguing that because I don’t force people to buy health care that I’m not insuring everybody. Well, if things were that easy, I could mandate everybody to buy a house, and that would solve the problem of homelessness. It doesn’t.”—Senator Barack Obama, February 28, 2008, on The Ellen DeGeneres Show

Now doesn’t that just beat all? When the Ruler was running for president, he strongly opposed the idea that the government should force people to buy health insurance. In fact, in U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson’s recent ruling that ObamaCare’s insurance mandate is unconstitutional, Vinson pointed out that the Ruler had been strongly opposed to the idea of an individual mandate back in 2008.

Vinson’s ruling kicks open the door for a stalwart journalist to ask the Ruler about his duplicity on government mandated health care. As fate would have it, Bill O’Reilly of Fox News will be conducting an exclusive pre-game interview with the Ruler before the Super Bowl this Sunday.

On his television show The O’Reilly Factor, Buffo Bill incessantly blows his own horn about his journalistic integrity and brags about his being a tough interviewer. Sunday’s interview will confirm whether or not O’Reilly is a bona fide journalist or just another buffoonish blowhard with a TV show on Fox.

I pray it’s the former, but I bet it’s the latter.

I.M. Kane

For more on the story, see Obama to DeGeneres on Why He Opposed Individual Mandate: Forcing Uninsured to Buy Insurance Is Like Forcing Homeless to Buy Homes and The Ellen DeGeneres Interview That Will Haunt President Obama.

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