"Obama's First Executive Order was to SEAL his records. --- Now for all of you who commented on our previous articles that we were no more that right-wing nut jobs, that this thing about Obamas birth certificate was a non-issue, and those of you who tried to shift the focus of the stories, doesnt this strike you as just a little odd? ---- That the first order of business Obama took care of on day one of his Presidency was to sign off on an Executive Order that states that only the records he chooses to be made public will be released? --- This is the subject that was at the absolute top of his agenda? --- If this isnt proof that Obama is hiding something, I dont know what is. -------- "
Good luck. One of Barry's Czars feels trees have standing in court, but it will turn out that YOU have no standing.
The rules I cited made no exceptions. Not even for records under seal.
FIRST REQUEST for Disclosure of Records pertains specifically to the records “Agencies must also disclose”
AND Part (3) “[And] Records where compelling circumstances show an effect on the health or safety of any individual;” (With NO exceptions noted )
AND ALSO Part (15) “Information collected for the purpose of making information available to the public” (With NO exceptions noted ) The Public information given out by Dr. Fukino may be found in requests TWO & THREE that follow:
Obama’s Vital Records may very well be a matter of public record/interest due to the danger from right-wing and racist extremist groups.
I want to believe this, but before I send to my liberal friends I need to understand it first. I read the executive order...I don’t see where it says his records are sealed. It looks like it deals with how to handle executive privilege.
Please explain a bit further.
It might not be quite that, actually..., take a look...
I looked over that recent executive order a few months ago, and I thought it was something of a continuation of Bushs former executive order. But, it appears that Obamas Executive Order 13489 *may restore* Ronald Reagans Executive Order 12667
Executive Order 12667 established a procedure for former United States Presidents to limit access to certain records which would otherwise have been released by the National Archives and Records Administration under the Presidential Records Act of 1978. It was issued by President Ronald Reagan on 18 January 1989.
The Executive Order was superseded by Executive Order 13233 on 1 November 2001, which allows former Presidents to have greater control over which records are released by the NARA. President George W. Bushs Executive Order 13233 was then revoked by President Barack Obama on January 21, 2009, his first day in office, who essentially restored the provisions of Order 12667 in his new Order.
Executive Order 12667
Executive Order 13233
Executive Order 13489
It appears that this may be going back to President Ronald Reagan’s Executive Order... It will take a bit of analysis to go through all this, though.