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May 31, 2009

Wishful Reality

Oh, how we wear the mantle of self-righteousness and conceit.
Oh, how we spin our tales of professing to know that only one purity of knowledge that is Truth.
And, oh, how we all cling together in bondage to such wishful reality.
Why not give truth a chance to flourish?
Why suppress that which may be?
What do we gain?
Or is it more, what we may lose?
Are we not better off in knowing that which really is rather than knowing that which we wish it is?
Should we not be indebted to truth rather than to some unspoken loyalty to some unknown thing?

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Mario Apuzzo, Esq.
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January 1, 2009


Filed under: arrogance,audacity,demise,Obama,vetting — puzo1 @ 7:10 pm

Some criticize those of us who continue to want to know who Obama really is. What they fail to understand is that we are simply still investigating Obama. It is our right and obligation under the United States Constitution to do so. It is our right and obligation to continue vetting him if no other national institutions will do so and to continue doing so until WE THE PEOPLE get a straight answer. This thought leads me to my greater concern.

Obama has refused all reasonable requests for information regarding his true identity. Hence, he expects that Americans will just accept him on his word, both spoken and unspoken. Does Obama believe in the goodness of the American people or rather, in his own arrogance or “audacity” as some others have described his trait? And this leads me to the most alarming question of all-Will this arrogance be so effective that the American people themselves will cause their own demise for failure to stand up to him?

Mario Apuzzo, Esq.

January 1, 2009

December 29, 2008

Was Obama Properly Vetted for the Office of President?

Why do we currently have the massive debate over the question of whether Obama is constitutionally qualified to be President? On properly vetting Obama, our own political leaders, institutions, political parties, and main stream media have failed the people miserably and they should be taken to task after this is all said and done. One example of this failure can be seen from the August 12, 2008 interview by Hannity & Comes of Howard Wolfson, FOX News contributor and former Clinton communications director. Hannity asked: “Do you regret not vetting, you know, Senator Obama the way he should have been?” Wolfson responded: “No, I mean the media is tasked with the responsibility of vetting candidates. . . .” As we can see, all the players involved will simply point the finger at the other on the question of who was suppose to properly vet Obama. Another question that we need to ask is why was Obama not vetted properly?

Some concerned and well-informed Americans realize that our leaders have failed us in this regard and so have themselves demanded some straight answers-call it a vetting by We the People. These concerned Americans, in this time of crisis, have petitioned their government and political and legal institutions for help in resolving the question of whether Obama is Constitutionally eligible to be President. Their efforts have so far been in vain. Fortunately, these Americans have exercised their First Amendment right of free speech and have not had to rely on their government and these other institutions to have their grievance heard.

The internet has revolutionized society by giving individuals greater ability to guide their own destinies by participating in and benefiting from collective intelligence. Hence, concerned Americans have used the internet to bring to the fore the issue of Obama’s eligibility to be President and have placed their hope in the U.S. Supreme Court to decide that issue. Some brave attorneys and pro se litigants, who have had the courage to put their necks on the line, have helped these concerned Americans. We the people should be forever grateful to them, regardless of what the Supreme Court decides. This whole process shows that we the people will not be fooled so easily. We will and must stand up and fight until we get a straight answer.

Mario Apuzzo, Esq.

December 28, 2008

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