Thursday, December 4, 2008

Enough, already!

The President-elect is a legal, natural-born citizen of the United States! So was his opponent!

Hawaii was, at the time of President Elect Obama's birth, a United States territory. He was born to a citizen of the United States (his mother). Ergo, he is a citizen.

John McCain was born in Panama. To United States citizens. While area in question in Panama was a territory belonging to the United States. Ergo, he is a citizen.

Both cases were reviewed during the campaign. Had either man not been judged a natural-born United States citizen, he would not have been allowed to run.

Let it the fuck go, people! We lost this one. And we'll likely win the next one, if we can just find a good, truly and completely conservative (at least on fiscal and foreign policy matters) candidate.

4 comments:

  1. You have moral outrage, you have an obscenity. Now all you need is proof.

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  2. I repeat: both cases were reviewed during the campaign. Had either man not been judged a natural-born United States citizen, he would not have been allowed to run. If you're not satisfied with that, I invite you to find proof otherwise.

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  3. Sorry to disappoint up, there is now talk that he might have daul citizenship from Britain. This would keep him from becoming President.

    He was born in Kenya, witnessed by his grandmother and aunt who is an illegal here. There is a cover up here done within the family and with the help of Hawaii to boot.

    You must also take into account that when his mother remarried his stepfather enrolled him into a Muslum school where he had to renounce his citizenship to attend. That makes him an illegal. Watch the Superem Court and their ruling.

    This is not a matter of us losing this election its a matter of law. At what point will we give up all our rights, when our military is stationed at every major city in our country. That is a nice parting shoot by our present President.

    What will it take to wake up this country again?

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