Anti-Obama GI’s Afghan Orders Revoked

July 15, 2009

Note: This story is working off of the grounds that Barack Obama is not eligible as President because he was born in Kenya. I have heard this story floating around out there without too much evidence to support it. I have not entertained this story because it seems to be without facts, a rabbit hole. I found the original article on Cryptogon, who found it at World Net Daily, and only after trying to learn more about the attorney Orly Taitz, did the military.com site come to my attention. A good article supporting that he is a valid candidate, and President is made here and here. -ed

source: Military.com

The attorney representing an Army major fighting deployment to Afghanistan because he believes Barack Obama is not legally his commander-in-chief is declaring victory after the Soldier’s orders were revoked yesterday.

California lawyer Orly Taitz says any service member may now refuse any order by questioning Obama’s legitimacy.
 
“Do you know what this means?” Taitz asked in a telephone interview with Military.com Tuesday, about an hour after hearing from Maj. Stefan Cook, the officer fighting his deployment to Afghanistan. “It means the Obama administration has blinked. They have no cards to play with. The moment I filed a lawsuit, they didn’t even fight!”
 
“Can you imagine what are the consequences? This is disastrous” for the administration, she said. “We’ll have no military. Because anytime any Soldier, any Sailor, any Airman does not want to follow any orders, all he has to do is call an attorney and say ‘I don’t want to follow this order because I question the legitimacy of the commander in chief.’ “

U.S. Army Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook, the reserve soldier who says he shouldn’t have to go to Afghanistan because he believes Barack Obama was never eligible to be president, has had his deployment orders revoked, Army officials said.

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