Thursday, July 5, 2012

Wayne Madsen's new book: The Manufacturing of a President

The Manufacturing of a President

By Wayne Madsen

Paperback, 394 Pages 

This book covers Barack H. Obama, Jr's rapid rise in American politics and the role that the CIA played in propelling him into the White House.

Research is based on formerly classified CIA and State Department files, personal interviews, and international investigations. Obama's birth certificate has never been the issue. The real issue, which affects his eligibility to serve as President of the United States, is his past and likely current Indonesian citizenship.

The reader will be taken through the labyrinth of covert CIA operations in Africa, Southeast Asia, South Asia, and other regions. The real history of President Obama, his family, and the CIA quickly emerges as the reader wades into the murky waters of America's covert foreign operations.

Rightrdia hopes Wayne isn't becoming a birther. At one time INS deported people who had dual citizenship when they voted in an election in a foreign country. INS no longer does this and we doubt if dual citizenship would violate the US Constitution.

This is what article II, clause 5 of the Constitution says:

No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States. 

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smrstrauss said...

Before repeating a falsehood such as the claim that Obama was an Indonesian citizen, the responsible thing to do is to check. In this case, it is quite easy to check by simply calling the Indonesian Embassy in Washington. You will learn that Obama was never an Indonesian citizen.

Rightardia said...

Rightardia never took a position of Obama having dual citizenship. We considered the issue to be irrelevant.

smrstrauss said...

It is irrelevant. Still, you repeated as if it were a fact the claim that Obama was a citizen of Indonesia when a simple check would have shown that he wasn't.

Rightardia said...

Wayne Madsen is far better at investigating reporting than Rightradia is. He lives in the DC area.

We have know doubt that the president meets the the constitutional requirements to be president.

In our banner we state that rightrdia:

. . .uses humor, satire and parody to expose conservative thought for what it truly is: BS!

We have never claimed to be a hard news investigative site.

We do appreciate your comments and the information you got form the Indonesian Embassy.

smrstrauss said...

You are welcome. In the future, if it is not hard to check, why not check? It will make you feel better. It will make you feel like a journalist. It will make you feel responsible, and you might even get some news out of it.

Rightardia said...

The writer has worked for two newspapers and has been trained is a journalist. He also worked in USAF public affairs, but that was not his primary occupation in or after he left the armed services.

This isn't Gannon News, but it is a blog, not the Tampa Bay Times.

We subscribe to WMR and use his feeder stories.

Although we are a Democratic blog, we are also independent and not afraid to criticize Democrats or run stories that are critical of Democrats.

There are even a couple of Republicans in Florida politics we like.

Your last post is patronizing. You appear to have unrealistic expectations for this blog.