Elena Kagan tied to Obama's birth certificate

By Joe Kovacs, WND.com

Just when you thought there couldn’t be any more players in the ongoing soap opera over the hunt for President Obama’s original birth certificate and his constitutional eligibility for office, there comes yet another name: Elena Kagan.

Yes, the same Elena Kagan nominated by the commander in chief to be the next justice on the U.S. Supreme Court has actually been playing a role for some time in the dispute over whether Obama is legally qualified to be in the White House.

Here’s the connection. Kagan served as solicitor general of the United States from March 2009 until May of this year.

In that role, she legally represented the U.S. government in numerous cases coming before the Supreme Court.

A simple search of the high court’s own website reveals Kagan’s name coming up at least nine times on dockets involving Obama eligibility issues.

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19 comments to Elena Kagan tied to Obama's birth certificate

  • That figures. The law breaker "OOO" surrounds himself with people just like him.

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  • thomas

    We need to publish a list of all who voted for her. Than vote them out.

  • Tea Party Lady

    How long are the American people going to put up with this cr#p?! A nation that does not ascertain that it's highest office is held by a legitimate citizen is either stupid or corrupt (or both). If Obama had a single shred of human decency or honor, he would have cleared up this "question" long ago instead of spending $2 million of our taxpayer dollars to hide his identity. Kagan is a fellow traveler and it is offensive in the extreme that our Congress would allow her to take a Supreme seat, an insult to our military and citizens, and another nail in the Consitution. Every day there is some new revelation about Obama's hatred of America, his alliance with Muslim communities and nations, his lies and dangerous spending, executive orders that fly in the face of common sense, and last but not least, his suing of Arizona over immigration. Our Congressmen hide their heads in the sand, but I believe they know the truth about Obama. What will move them to defend this country? Instead, they vote like sheeple to confirm Kagan. It is an outrage, and if someone does not halt the Obama Socialist Express, I do not know how the country will survive.

  • Mountain Man

    Pray for Judge Lind, who will be holding a hearing tomorrow (6 August)regarding LTC Lakin's court marshal for refusing to obey orders until hussain proves he is legally the POTUS, and not the Muslim Mole. Judge Lind must be under terrible pressure to go with the Manchurian President's lies, so we all need to keep her in our prayers for her honesty, ethics, and safety

  • Faisal

    The little Yid Jakob Jagoff and his buggering buddy ex-army excrement are out and about lurking in the shadows with their thumbs down when they can remove them from one another's anys's…What a prolific pair…Let's give them some more of what they already have…"THE CLAP"…..

  • i hope both are dead soon

  • Elizabeth

    Kagan has been confirmed by the Senate.
    What a farce.

    Who do you hope are 'both dead soon'???
    Obama and Kagan? If wishes were
    horses, kings would fly.

  • Elizabeth

    Actually, it's, 'If wishes were horses, beggars would ride.'

  • Elizabeth


    Graham from SC is one and I shall look for the other 4

  • Elizabeth

    This is from USA Today, on the Internet.
    Only five Republicans voted in favor of Kagan's nomination. Last year, just nine Republicans voted for Sotomayor.

    Today's yes votes included Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., the lone Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee to support Kagan when the panel recommended the nomination to the full Senate on a 13-6 vote. Other GOP yes votes came from Richard Lugar of Indiana, Olympia Snowe and Susan Collins of Maine, and Judd Gregg of New Hampshire.

    Sen. Scott Brown, R-Mass, one of Kagan's home state senators, voted against her. Brown had joined Sen. John Kerry, D-Mass., in introducing the former Harvard Law School dean to the Judiciary Committee, but he was carefully non-committal during that appearance.

    In a statement, Brown cited Kagan's lack of judicial experience. "When it comes to the Supreme Court, experience matters," he said. "No classroom can substitute for the courtroom itself."

    Kagan also lost the vote of one Democrat, Ben Nelson of Nebraska.

    The 63-37 tally is the third closest Supreme Court vote since the rejection of Robert Bork in 1987; only justices Clarence Thomas (52-48) and Samuel Alito (58-42) had narrower confirmations.

    Other Democrats portrayed Kagan as a hard-working groundbreaker who opened doors for conservatives to join the faculty of Harvard Law School Sen. Chris Dodd, D-Conn., called her "a superbly qualified nominee" and defended her lack of judicial experience by noting that more than one-third of the nation's justices came to the high court "without having worn a judge's robe."

    In addition to her lack of judicial experience, Republicans bashed Kagan for espousing liberal views on abortion and gun control. In Kagan, Obama has appointed "someone who shares his progressive, elitist vision and is willing to advance it from the bench," warned Sen. Jeff Sessions, R-Ala., the top-ranking Republican on the Senate Judiciary Committee.

    Kagan's ascension as the 112th Supreme Court justice may not mean that much in terms of the court's philosophical direction. She replaces retired Justice John Paul Stevens, part of a four-person liberal bloc that includes Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Stephen Breyer, and Obama appointee Sotomayor, who joined the court last year.

    Chief Justice John Roberts leads a five-member conservative group that includes Antonin Scalia, Anthony Kennedy, Thomas, and Alito; Kennedy is sometimes a swing vote in close cases.

  • Elizabeth

    I have emailed Lindsey Graham and sent a portion
    of the article on this forum regarding her
    part in the partial-birth abortion situation.

    I told him that he will one day regret his choice
    as she is in league with non-president Obama and
    his Russian Czars, to destroy America.

    Graham is deceived and his quote from
    the Bible is not consistent with all the actions
    of Kagan and Obama.

  • Elizabeth

    If you try to read the rest of this particular
    article, on this page, you find it is an ERROR
    Internal Server 500.

    Whatever that means, I am guessing this
    article has been partly deleted by someone.

    • Matt

      That's because Snopes caught WorldNetDaily in an incredibly blatant lie, and they promptly wiped the article.

      Just saying that I probably wouldn't use WND as a source from now on. And please look a little more into stories coming from that site.

  • Elizabeth


    Here is WND's explanation from August 4.

    Having read WND's news for a year now,
    it is rare that I have seen any errors
    in journalism.

    I am sure that we have all made mistakes
    in the past, when making comments
    on news events????

    WND has always shown integrity in its
    publications and are gung-ho in attempting
    to oust the corrupt officials in Congress..
    as well as ridding America of the Obama

    So give them some slack.

    • morc

      It's a mistake anyone could have made… Lying about the contents of Supreme Court cases. I'm sure it happens all the time! Poor WND, just trying to get the truth out there before they know what the truth really is.

  • Izzy

    You do realize that even the WND retracted that these cases were about eligibilty. http://www.wnd.com/?pageId=187797

  • betty

    SCRUBBED! Kagan's hiding in the supreme court.