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: July 15, 2009, 07:43:44 AM

A U.S. Army Reserve major from Florida scheduled to report for deployment to Afghanistan within days has had his military orders revoked after arguing he should not be required to serve under a president who has not proven his eligibility for office.

His attorney, Orly Taitz, confirmed to WND the military has rescinded his impending deployment orders.

"We won! We won before we even arrived," she said with excitement. "It means that the military has nothing to show for Obama. It means that the military has directly responded by saying Obama is illegitimate – and they cannot fight it. Therefore, they are revoking the order!"

She continued, "They just said, 'Order revoked.' No explanation. No reasons – just revoked."

A hearing on the questions raised by Maj. Stefan Frederick Cook, an engineer who told WND he wants to serve his country in Afghanistan, was scheduled for July 16 at 9:30 a.m.

"As an officer in the armed forces of the United States, it is [my] duty to gain clarification on any order we may believe illegal. With that said, if President Obama is found not to be a 'natural-born citizen,' he is not eligible to be commander-in-chief," he told WND only hours after the case was filed.

 "[Then] any order coming out of the presidency or his chain of command is illegal. Should I deploy, I would essentially be following an illegal [order]. If I happened to be captured by the enemy in a foreign land, I would not be privy to the Geneva Convention protections," he said.

The order for the hearing in the federal court for the Middle District of Georgia from U.S. District Judge Clay D. Land said the hearing on the request for a temporary restraining order would be held Thursday.

Cook said without a legitimate president as commander-in-chief, members of the U.S. military in overseas actions could be determined to be "war criminals and subject to prosecution."

He said the vast array of information about Obama that is not available to the public confirms to him "something is amiss."

"That and the fact the individual who is occupying the White House has not been entirely truthful with anybody," he said. "Every time anyone has made an inquiry, it has been either cast aside, it has been maligned, it has been laughed at or just dismissed summarily without further investigation.

"You know what. It would be so simple to solve. Just produce the long-form document, certificate of live birth," he said.

Cook said he was scheduled to report for duty tomorrow, on July 15, to deploy to Afghanistan as part of President Obama's plan to increase pressure of insurgent forces there.

He told WND he would be prepared for a backlash against him as a military officer, since members of the military swear to uphold and follow their orders. However, he noted that following an illegal order would be just as bad as failing to follow a legal order.

Before news of the orders being revoked were reported, MSNBC anchor Keith Olbermann tonight called Cook a "jackass" and Taitz a "conwoman," as he labeled both of them the "worst persons in the world." He flayed the soldier as "an embarrassment to all those who have served without cowardice."

Named as defendants in the case are Col. Wanda Good, Col. Thomas Macdonald, Secretary of Defense Robert Gates and Obama, described as "de facto president of the United States."

According to the court filing, Cook affirmed when he joined the military, he took the following oath: "I, Stefan Frederick Cook, do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic; that I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same; and that I will obey the orders of the president of the United States and the orders of the officers appointed over me, according to the regulations and the Uniform Code of Military Justice. So help me God."

According to the claim, "Plaintiff submits that it is implicit though not expressly stated that an officer is and should be subject to court-martial, because he will be derelict in the performance of his duties, if he does not inquire as to the lawfulness, the legality, the legitimacy of the orders which he has received, whether those orders are specific or general."

The military courts offer no option for raising the question, so he turned to civilian courts to consider "a question of paramount constitutional and legal importance: the validity of the chain of command under a president whose election, eligibility, and constitutional status appear open to serious question."

"Barack Hussein Obama, in order to prove his constitutional eligibility to serve as president, basically needs only produce a single unique historical document for the Plaintiff’s inspection and authentication: namely, the 'long-form' birth certificate which will confirm whether Barack Hussein Obama was in fact born to parents who were both citizens of the United States in Honolulu, Hawaii, in or about 1961," explains the complaint.

Taitz said she will attend the hearing to amend the temporary restraining order to an injunction because more members of the military have joined the cause.

"We are going to be asking for release of Obama's records because now this completely undermines the military. It revoked this order, but it can come up with another order tomorrow. It can come up with orders for other people," she said. "Am I going to be flying around the country 1,000 times and paying the fees every time they issue an order?"

Taitz said the issue "must be resolved immediately," and she will continue working to ensure Obama proves he is eligible for office.

"We're going to be asking the judge to issue an order for Obama to provide his vital records to show he is legitimately president," she said. "We're going to say, we have orders every day, and we'll have revocations every day. This issue has to be decided."

She said there cannot be any harm to the president if he is legitimately holding office.

"If he is legitimate, then his vital records will prove it," Taitz said. "If he is illegitimate, then he should not have been there in the first place."

Asked what this decision means for every other serviceman who objects to deployment under a president who has not proven he is eligible for office, Taitz responded:

"Now, we can have each and every member of the military – each and every enlistee and officer – file something similar saying 'I will not take orders until Obama is legitimately vetted.'"

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#1 : July 15, 2009, 10:04:43 AM

There were some on here before the election that stated this would be a continuing burden to the Obama administration if he won until the issue was completely resolved and it's beginning to look like they were right. I've never understood the secrecy of the whole thing. Show the birth certificate and end all the speculation.

Why do you necessarily have to be wrong just because a few million people think you are?

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#2 : July 15, 2009, 10:33:27 AM

Let's waterboard his grandmother and see if she is telling the truth about watching him being born in Kenya. 


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#3 : July 15, 2009, 10:59:16 AM

Let's waterboard his grandmother and see if she is telling the truth about watching him being born in Kenya. 

Sounds good to me. Hell, he already threw her under the bus, talking about her "racism" during the campaign. His brother lives in a hut, but his mother in law is in the White House. Just give access to the real BC and it will end. I mean, this is the 'transparency" he was talking about, right?

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#4 : July 15, 2009, 11:13:15 AM

Theres no such thing as transparency in politics. It is just the illusion of looking like you have nothing to hide but in reality there is always more to be hidden from the general public's view.

The only reason he hasn't come out with it is because something is up and he doesn't want anyone to find out.

I think its a conspiracy by Al Queda where he is a puppet and is depleting all of our fiscal stability in this country. What this idiot is doing is going to cripple the economy for decades to come.


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#5 : July 15, 2009, 11:53:49 AM

I think its a conspiracy by Al Queda where he is a puppet and is depleting all of our fiscal stability in this country. What this idiot is doing is going to cripple the economy for decades to come.

Would that surprise anyone, seriously?

Anyone with any sense at all can see, or should have seen, that this guy is trouble long before he was ever in office...

Yet, millions of people saw the color of his skin, bought his "change" speak, and voted him in anyway, ignoring all the red flgs he was throwing up.

We have a president of the United States of America with Hussien in his name for God's sake...

Yup, I have to agree with Navy on this one, the guy can't be trusted, and even though what Navy says is more like the plot of an action movie, his muslim ties can't be ignored, and he could be the single downfall of this country when all is said and done.


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#6 : July 15, 2009, 12:01:07 PM

@ NavyBuc...He's not really doing anything to cripple our economy...He's not really doing anything at all.  Those who voted for him on the premise of change are sorely disappointed right now because he is about as moderate as can be.  He talks a big game but when it comes down to it he is making nothing but compromises.  I expect no radical reforms to anything, just business as usual.  We'll spend a bunch while he's in there and when a fiscal conservative gets in there we'll cut a bunch and it will cycle like this for a while.  Our country is not ending anytime soon (unless the world ends from a giant solar flare and aliens take our children to other planets to start over).  Our fiscal stability was compromised long before Obama made it into office.  He just doesn't seem to be helping.  I actually think that his rhetoric and policy ideals might be beneficial over a short term (less than a decade) and although not sustainable they might have built a better infrastructure.  Unfortunately they only work if they are actually followed through with instead of half-arsed.  

@ Turbo...And who cares about his name...there are many names out there...I'm sure there are some Dan's in the world that have done some nasty things...that doesn't mean anything to me...it is nothing but a name...focusing on something as trivial as that takes away from the important issues...if the media and republicans had spent more time attacking his policies, proving where they would go wrong, and less time attacking his name and "muslimness" he might not be president right now

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#7 : July 15, 2009, 12:36:53 PM

Any one man who outspends the entire spending of all past presidents in the existence of the United States of America is doing something to cripple the economy.


First off, this socialist/borderline Communist ideals that he is trying to instill in America is beyond any moral standards that we once held. Im sorry, but let Detroit burn. Theres no need in giving GM any money when all they were going to do is go under? and for what? to save jobs?! Thats how the world goes around. If you work in the Car Industry you know the consequences of if you don't sell your product. Spending all this money on crap that isnt needed at this time. Last time I checked when the country is in a financial turmoil, we don't need to invest into aesthetics. His main job is to protect this nation and uphold the infrastructure of the government's boundaries. Not play Wall Street savior. Nobody wants another Great Depression, but that eventually worked itself out in less then 10 years. What Obama has done is gone further than that by destroying the positive outlook on the future. All hes good for is parading around kissing other countries behinds and spending money. America is dad and Obama is playing spoiled little brat right now.


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#8 : July 15, 2009, 12:40:05 PM

Any one man who outspends the entire spending of all past presidents in the existence of the United States of America is doing something to cripple the economy.


First off, this socialist/borderline Communist ideals that he is trying to instill in America is beyond any moral standards that we once held. Im sorry, but let Detroit burn. Theres no need in giving GM any money when all they were going to do is go under? and for what? to save jobs?! Thats how the world goes around. If you work in the Car Industry you know the consequences of if you don't sell your product. Spending all this money on crap that isnt needed at this time. Last time I checked when the country is in a financial turmoil, we don't need to invest into aesthetics. His main job is to protect this nation and uphold the infrastructure of the government's boundaries. Not play Wall Street savior. Nobody wants another Great Depression, but that eventually worked itself out in less then 10 years. What Obama has done is gone further than that by destroying the positive outlook on the future. All hes good for is parading around kissing other countries behinds and spending money. America is dad and Obama is playing spoiled little brat right now.

Preach it brother.....he's trying to ram Health Care thru now before people actually wake up and realize that it will destroy this country. Health Care is not a right folks.

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#9 : July 15, 2009, 12:48:23 PM

The guy should go and lead troops.  He is obligated to his subordinates to lead in combat.  It is a disgrace that the man will not go because of some BS that he has conjured up, that has no bearing on the lives he could possibly save with Officer leadership.  Probably better that this jackarse stays home and watches Spongebob wit his kids though...I would not want to follow the orders of a guy like that!


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#10 : July 15, 2009, 12:56:00 PM

There were some on here before the election that stated this would be a continuing burden to the Obama administration if he won until the issue was completely resolved and it's beginning to look like they were right.

Explain to us how this is a burden to his administration. Nobody in the Obama camp has to do anything to reply to this guy. It's a military matter.


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#11 : July 15, 2009, 12:59:17 PM

The guy should go and lead troops. He is obligated to his subordinates to lead in combat. It is a disgrace that the man will not go because of some a subject for debate that he has conjured up, that has no bearing on the lives he could possibly save with Officer leadership. Probably better that this jackarse stays home and watches Spongebob wit his kids though...I would not want to follow the orders of a guy like that!

Bingo.  If he refuses to deploy he should be hit with insubordination.


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#12 : July 15, 2009, 12:59:54 PM

The guy should go and lead troops.  He is obligated to his subordinates to lead in combat.  It is a disgrace that the man will not go because of some a subject for debate that he has conjured up, that has no bearing on the lives he could possibly save with Officer leadership.  Probably better that this jackarse stays home and watches Spongebob wit his kids though...I would not want to follow the orders of a guy like that!

I agree with your  statement, however, it was the military's decision to revoke the orders. Why? Didn't want the legal fight? Must be a reason and I'm not saying that the military believes that Obama is not a citizen, but this is not a precedent that should be set. It will be used again and for others trying to do the same thing regardless of political persuasion.

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#13 : July 15, 2009, 01:48:25 PM

The guy should go and lead troops.  He is obligated to his subordinates to lead in combat.  It is a disgrace that the man will not go because of some a subject for debate that he has conjured up, that has no bearing on the lives he could possibly save with Officer leadership.  Probably better that this jackarse stays home and watches Spongebob wit his kids though...I would not want to follow the orders of a guy like that!

I agree with your  statement, however, it was the military's decision to revoke the orders. Why? Didn't want the legal fight? Must be a reason and I'm not saying that the military believes that Obama is not a citizen, but this is not a precedent that should be set. It will be used again and for others trying to do the same thing regardless of political persuasion.

Why revoke the orders? Do you really need that question answered?

You have a soldier who thinks all of his orders are illegal because Obama is not the legitimate president. Why would they even think of sending that guy into battle? It's a no-brainer.

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#14 : July 15, 2009, 02:06:16 PM

The guy should go and lead troops.� He is obligated to his subordinates to lead in combat.� It is a disgrace that the man will not go because of some a subject for debate that he has conjured up, that has no bearing on the lives he could possibly save with Officer leadership.� Probably better that this jackarse stays home and watches Spongebob wit his kids though...I would not want to follow the orders of a guy like that!

I agree with your �statement, however, it was the military's decision to revoke the orders. Why? Didn't want the legal fight? Must be a reason and I'm not saying that the military believes that Obama is not a citizen, but this is not a precedent that should be set. It will be used again and for others trying to do the same thing regardless of political persuasion.

Why revoke the orders? Do you really need that question answered?

You have a soldier who thinks all of his orders are illegal because Obama is not the legitimate president. Why would they even think of sending that guy into battle? It's a no-brainer.


Ya, 'cause he's the only one who has such questions. They've court martialed people for less.
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