Barack Obama, Selective Service Registration:
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About Obama’s Selective Service Registration
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Say what you will, Debbie Schlussel is interesting.
Last week, the motor behind debbieschlussel.com posted an interesting article about the Selective Service registration of Barack Obama. Multiple screenshots–complete with letters A-H highlighting areas that raised questions–make the provocative post must-reading for anyone who has wondered about the squeaky-clean, scrubbed Obama narrative.
In our opinion, Schlussel gets some things right, while other items are a bit less clear. One claim Schlussel makes that falls into the “dubious” category: Obama signed his name with a peace sign. Our view is that this is an overly-dramatic interpretation; interested readers can visit Schlussel’s site, examine the BHO signature and make their own judgment.
DBKP attempted to contact Schlussel, but got no response.
Did President-elect Barack Hussein Obama commit a federal crime in September of this year? Or did he never actually register and, instead, did friends of his in the Chicago federal records center, which maintains the official copy of his alleged Selective Service registration commit the crime for him?
It’s either one or the other, as indicated by the release of Barack Obama’s official Selective Service registration for the draft. A friend of mine, who is a retired federal agent, spent almost a year trying to obtain this document through a Freedom of Information Act request, and, after much stonewalling, finally received it and released it to me.
Breitbart TV’s B-Cast did an informative show on the subject, interviewing Schussel, who walked viewers through the document and the questions about its authenticity.
Though the video is 30 minutes, it’s well worth watching for those who are interested in our next Commander-in-Chief’s past. Many pieces of the Obama puzzle are, and have been, hidden from public view–including birth, medical, college and university records.
During the campaign, the Mainstream Media exhibited a singular lack of curiosity about their Fab Fave candidate and his past, preferring instead to quote from Obama’s two memoirs or the campaign’s canned answers.
Inquires about actual records–which would’ve helped shed light on Obama’s background–was a subject that, like the John Edwards’ Scandal–remained off-limits in the polite MSM conversations that passed for election news.
ALSO at DBKP: The Missing Records of Barack Obama
* Unreleased Obama Records: Did Obama Attend Columbia?
* Obama Records: Obama Medical, College, University, Other Records Still Hidden
* Obama College, Medical, Birth Records: Who is Barack Obama?
* Obama Medical Records: MSMâ€™s Donâ€™t Ask, Obamaâ€™s Donâ€™t Tell Policy
* Obama Records: Obama Campaign Still Refuses to Release Medical, Other Records
Occidental College Records
Columbia University Records
Harvard University Records
University of Chicago Records
Barack Obama’s Selective Service Registration
Schlussel’s document source–a retired federal employee–does enough detective work to excite interest in normally-inquisitive reporters. Normally-inquisitive reporters are in short supply in the MSM, however, when the subject turns to favored presidential candidates.
In a later update to Schlussel’s original post, she provides some information on her source. Schlussel’s source is no pajamas-clad basement dweller:
The recently retired federal agent has requested that I disclose his identity so that there is no question as to the source of the information.
His name is Stephen Coffman. He retired last year from the position of the Resident Agent in Charge of Immigration and Customs Enforcement’s (ICE) Galveston, Texas office. He has over 32 years of government service and has held a Secret or higher security clearance for the majority of those years.
He filed the FOIA with Selective Service and has the original letter and the attachments. He first notified the Selective Service of his findings and they ignored the questions.
About the image at Schlussel’s site: it was noted that the date stamped on the form provided by Selective Service and the date on the signature line were different. The differing dates between when the SSR form was signed and the date stamped on the form?
It could be just an honest mistake.
Several other parts of the document are not so easily explained away, particularly the Document Location Number (DLN) on the form.
Continue reading, watch video: Obama Selective Service Registration: Another Obama Record, Another Question
by Mondo Frazier
Source: Obama Selective Service Registration: Another Obama Record, Another Question