Thursday, December 09, 2010

Advice to presidential candidates ~ By Joseph Farah

Joseph Farah's advice is that potential Presidential candidates need to have all their records, such as birth certificate, passport, and school transcripts, ready to submit to the press, and possibly even some states that will require certain records before they can be put on the ballot. At the very least, the voters will demand that this information is completely verified and vetted before they find themselves voting for another candidate that may not be who the voters thought they voted for. And if the candidate plans on writing a book like Barack Obama's "Dreams From My Father" before they become a candidate, they may want to be accurate about the facts.

Advice to presidential candidates
By Joseph Farah

December 07, 2010 ~ 1:00 am Eastern

© 2010

It won't be long now before we see presidential candidates queuing up to impress upon us what worthy successors they will be to Barack Hussein Obama.

I don't think I have ever looked forward to a presidential campaign quite as enthusiastically as I do 2012.

Already we see likely candidates visiting Iowa and New Hampshire and other important primary states. But, before things really get started with declared candidacies and exploratory committees, I have a word of advice for all those considering this challenge.

Before you throw your hat into the ring, locate your long-form birth certificate, your school records, your travel history, your Selective Service registration and your medical reports, and be prepared to release them publicly.

It's not just a word of advice. It's going to be a requirement of American voters in the future. Mark my words.


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