Congress Watch, US Constitution, US Congress, Obama Eligibility, WHY initiative, 2010 Elections, Congress accountable, Senators accountable, Representatives accountable

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“Our Constitution is in actual operation; everything appears
to promise that it will last; but nothing in this world is
certain but death and taxes.”

“We must, indeed, all hang together, or most assuredly we
shall all hang separately.”

Benjamin Franklin

 

Congress Watch is an effort evolving out of the turmoil and
confusion of the 2008 Presidential Election. Millions of
Americans watched in horror as their institutions failed them.
Despite the giant efforts of thousands of concerned Americans
to prevent an ineligible candidate from becoming president,
all levels of government, as if united in a huge conspiracy
to elect Obama, ignored hard evidence that Obaba was not
qualified and thumbed their collective noses at the American
public. It was bad enough that no one in government took
seriously the vetting of Obama, but to deny the US Constituion
was the more grievous sin.

Congress Watch is not a site of one or a few people but is designed
to be a collection point for information spread across the
internet. The goal is simple, to make certain that Congress,
Senators and Representatives are accountable to the US Constitution
and the American People. One of the first initiatives is referred
to as the WHY initiative. WHY did congressmen believe that Obama
was eligible and WHY did no member of Congress challenge the
Electoral College votes in Congress. Dr. Orly Taitz has ongoing
lawsuit efforts as well as efforts to challenge congressmen. We
plan to work with her. Many other citizens and internet sites will
be welcome here as we unite for the common goal of upholding the
US Constitution. We will hold them accountable and as we approach
the 2010 election year, those that ignore the Constitution and
American people will receive their just rewards.

Aside from collecting dialogue from congressmen, we will serve as
a repository for letters, comments and initiatives involving the
US Military. Those that have been in the military take their oaths
very seriously and we are depending on them, as we always have,
to help lead us out of this mess. Of course, this effort will require
the cooperation of people all across this country.

Congress Watch belongs to the American People. Please do your part to
help.

God Bless you and God Bless America

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One Response to “Congress Watch, US Constitution, US Congress, Obama Eligibility, WHY initiative, 2010 Elections, Congress accountable, Senators accountable, Representatives accountable”

  1. David H. Marshall Says:

    During an ongoing 18 years there has been no U.S. Congress, Project 7210 response. The 130 page July 1956, USAF Project 7210, Technical Report (TR) 54-401 records the noise levels for 27 versions of 10 jet-engines in 1952 to 1956 U. S. Military service; see “contrails.iit.edu”, under its “search” use “TR 54-401″. The overall flight line “very high noise levels” range from 135 dB, at a 6,144 sound pressure multiple (X), to 177 dB (@ 815,583 X). It was in direct disobedience of the 1948 Air Force Regulation (AFR) 160-3 of protection at a 95 dB. Max. A then without question known certain injury!

    TR 54-401 with this veteran’s in-hand documentation could help the 77 others, e.g., “Had some trouble with hearing while working on warm-up crew for F-86 D with very high noise levels.” The physician’s 29 Jan. 54 USAF Cadet Wing Commander washout statement. All flight line personnel at Tyndall AFB, Panama City, FLA. were unprotected and subjected to the “very high noise levels”. All worked well within the Project 7210, 50 foot noise level radius and were injured in direct disobedience of the AFR 160-3 required protection. For F-86D personnel it is the then “Date of the Tests: 1952″ known certain J47-GE-1 jet-engine injury, i.e., TR pages 68-75, “Test Group 10, Date of the Tests: 1952, Test Numbers 62-64″. This is an at 50 feet 158 dB noise level with an 87,381 X. Fifteen (15) of the other listed 77 flight line personnel were repeatedly exposed to a “warm-up crew” 176 dB level of over 699,051 X vs. the requirement of AFR 160-3! The AMA Family Medical Guide 3d edition, page 365 is the sound pressure multiple (X) source. Its 60 dB “Normal conversation” is the base line for the calculated “…sound pressure doubles with an increase of 6 decibels” 87,381 X to 699,051 X.

    A 4/4/08 Board of Veterans’ Appeals letter stated that they were “unable to locate” the for 77 others Project 7210 and previously in-hand over one foot high stack of the from 1952 veteran’s evidence. Resubmitted were over 100 VA “certified” copies of the veteran’s still in-hand proof of the Project 7210 consequences, the Menieres disease, an 100% unemployability awards and a clear and unmistakable error (CUE) claim. In reference to these 18 years of ongoing award determining resubmissions, a VA 10/16/08 letter noted “…because of insufficient or inaccurate information we cannot identify the proper record.” Part of the evidence was of the VA Boston, MA. Regional Office Rating Board’s 7/9/57 CUE of their awarded hearing loss only. This is proven by the again resubmitted 4/26/57 examining physician’s 4/3/58 presentation to the USAF of the before the 7/9/57 Board CUE evidence that resulted in the still to-date VA ignored USAF SURGEON’S 6/25/58, “PERMANENTLY MEDICALLY DISQUALIFIED FOR MILITARY SERVICE”!

    The question is not if these 77 unprotected individuals were injured but how badly!
    AIR FORCE SERIAL NUMBERS (AFSN) ARE AVAILABLE FOR EACH OF THE LISTED 77 OTHER USAF PERSONNEL.
    1952 – 1956 JET AIRCRAFT MECHANICS, AFSC 43131H AND 43151C.
    NO. NAME. NO. NAME.
    1. APPLEYARD, WILLIAM L. 40. HOWARD, ROY W.
    2. BATES, JOE H. 41. HOWARTH, WALLACE R.
    3. BAVIS, HARRY G. 42. HURLEY, DAVID W.
    4. BERRY, DENNIE 43. IENSE, WILLIAM A.
    5. BERSTRON, ELLERY D. 44. IRVIN, JAMES E.
    6. BERTRAND, ROBERT E. 45. JANDRON, PAUL J.
    7. BONASERA, JOSEPH E. 46. JONES, GLEN R.
    8. BONE, J. E. 47. JONES JR, BOBBY
    9. BRITTAIN, THOMAS W. 48. JUNG, WESLEY E.
    10. BUMPUS, JOE E. 49. JUSTICE, HERMAN M.
    11. CADRETTE, EUCLID J. 50. KEAN, RONALD B.
    12. CARNEY, JOHN F. 51. KELLY, HAROLD R.
    13. CLARK JR, CHESTER H. 52. KELLY JR, GERALD L.
    14. CODORI, JOSEPH B. 53. LARKOWSKI, GERALD G.
    15. COUNCIL JR, JAMES I. 54. LEWIS JR, FRANKLIN
    16. CRISWELL, WILLIAM G. 55. LOCKIEY, REGINAID E.
    17. DONALDSON, WILLIAM A. 56. LOGSDON, ELMO W.
    18. DUESLER, JOHN H. 57. LONG, EARL T.
    19. DUNBAR, LEROY W. 58. LOVE, JERRY K.
    20. EWTON, JAMES E. 59. LYCAN, EDWARD S.
    21. FLENING, JACK E. 60. MORGAN, WARNER L.
    22. FRITZ, JOHN A. C. 61. MULLINS, JIMMY A.
    23. GILAM, JAT T. 62. MURPHEY, TALMADGE G.
    24. GOMES JR, MANUEL F. 63. MURRAY, WILLIE E.
    25. GONES, LEAMON 64. MUSGRAVE PAUL I.
    26. GORE, WILLIAM R. 65. OGBORN, GLENN
    27. GREEN, LEVI D. 66. OTTLEY, FRANKLIN D.
    28. GUILA, MIKE J. 67. RATHJEN. CHARLES
    29. GUNSLAUS, DAVID W. 68. REID, BILLY G.
    30. HANDLIN, JAMES F. 69. RICHARDSON, JAMES W.
    31. HARDING, JERRY L. 70. SANDELL, PHILLIP R.
    32. HARTER, JOHN E. 71. SEXTON, FRED B.
    33. HENDON, JAMES 72. SHUMATE, RICHARD W.
    34. HENDON, JAMES H. 73. VOLLENTINE, DONALD R.
    35. HIGNUTT, JESSE L. 74. WALLER, GLENN R.
    36. HILL, RAY S. 75. WHITE, SAMUEL L.
    37. HINSON, BERT L. 76. WOOD, LEONARD F.
    38. HIRSH, DONALD H. 77. ZIEGLER, CARL P.
    39. HODGE, JAMES F.

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