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OFFICER S OATH: Why my vow to defend the Constitution demanded that I sacrifice my career Perfect Paperback – July 3, 2012
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Lieutenant Colonel Lakin received military orders in late February 2011 for deployment to Afghanistan, including a requirement that he provide “copies of his birth certificate.” Lt. Col. Lakin is prepared to provide a certified copy of his certification of vital record that lists his birth hospital, physician’s name and other key information. He has provided this document for many other required processes, such as his commissioning into the military as an officer, his security clearance and his marriage license. He is not only the highest-ranking active-duty officer to go public over this controversy, he is also the first active-duty officer to do so. Terry was court-martialed for his pursuit of confirmation of Barack Obama’s eligibility to act as commander of our armed services.
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The president was probably born in the US but it is mysterious why he has gone to such lengths to hide his school records and other documents, can you imagine the uproar if W had done this, I wonder what he has to hide?
seriously! America should defend our Constitution before it is too weak to defend us!