Wednesday, October 6, 2010

Nightingale For Governor?

Question:  Is there a candidate currently seeking statewide office in California who has an unwavering commitment to oppose amnesty and enforce immigration laws?

Answer:  Yes, Chelene Nightingale, the American Independent Party's candidate for governor.

Question:  Do you believe illegal immigration is a serious problem in our state?

Answer:  It's the most serious -- to the degree that you can't realistically attempt to address California's other problems (budget deficit, crowded roadways, public education) without taking care of illegal immigration first.

Question:  Will you be voting for her then?

Answer:  No.

Question:  Why not?

Answer:  For the following reasons ...

Seven Things Chelene Nightingale Wants You To Know, And Three That She Probably Doesn't

1.  President Obama is an illegal alien.  When Chelene is elected governor, she will be calling the president to confront him on this issue.

(1:22 of the video):

2.  Had he won the election in 2008, John McCain would have been constitutionally ineligible to serve as our nation's president.

3.  She's very concerned about poisonous chemtrails that are being seeded in American skies - probably by the government.

4.  The Bilderberg Group, in conjunction with the Rothschilds and drug cartels, is in control of America.

5. Communists in the government are building prison camps to enable enactment of martial law.  Chelene knows this because she saw some construction in the Antelope Valley.  Twice.  The facility was equipped with one-way glass and looked very suspicious.

6.  It's time we started asking serious questions about what really happened on 9/11.

7.  Chelene Nightingale has a plan and is prepared to fix California's ailing economy.

8.  Chelene filed for personal bankruptcy in 2007.

(Case No.: 1:07-bk-11509) (see first post)

9.  She has had finance-related legal problems after her bankruptcy filing, as well.  Chelene and her husband were lent approximately $6000 and signed a contract that gave them two years to make repayment.  When the loan went unpaid, they were sued this year in Kern County Superior Court.  The Nightingales asserted, in both the original case and the appeal, that the debt is not due because of subsequent e-mails that were exchanged by the parties.  The judges who presided over both matters disagreed and awarded judgment ($6200) to the plaintiff, Frank Jorge.  The judgment remains unpaid.

(Case No.: M-1502-CS-7854; Kern Co. Superior Court) (see first post)

10.  At the time Chelene gave up her position as Save Our State's Managing Director (she was the acting head of SOS for about 18 months), the organization had practically no money.  People were scrambling around to find funds to simply keep the website operational.  Shortly after her abrupt departure, Save Our State lost its corporate status because proper papers had not been filed and necessary fees hadn't been paid. (search corporation name "Save Our State" and click on the 2nd entry)