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nobama Signed Resolution Describing Him As Ineligible
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:rant: This is an oldie, but it needs to be revisited, since the Obots still argue that Obama is eligible to serve as Commander-in-Chief.

On April 10, 2008, Sens. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Claire McCaskill (D-MO) introduced a resolution expressing the sense of the U.S. Senate that presidential candidate Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) was a 'natural born Citizen,' as specified in the Constitution and eligible to run for president.  Sen. McCaskill knew Obama was not a U.S. Citizen, thatís why she introduced this bill -- dressing it up to look like it was in Sen. John McCain's cause.

It was during the bill's hearing that Sen. Patrick Leahy, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, made the following statement:

"Because he was born to American citizens, there is no doubt in my mind that Senator McCain is a natural born citizen," said Leahy.  "I expect that this will be a unanimous resolution of the Senate."

At a Judiciary Committee hearing on April 3, Leahy asked Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, himself a former Federal judge, if he had doubts that McCain was eligible to serve as President.

"My assumption and my understanding is that if you are born of American parents, you are naturally a natural-born American citizen," Chertoff replied.

"That is mine, too," said Leahy.

What's interesting here is that Sen. Leahy, the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary, confirms that a "natural born" citizen is the child of American citizen parents.

Parents -- that's two.  That's BOTH parents.


Every time the words, "citizen" and "parent," are used by Sen. Leahy and Sec. Chertoff, the plural case, "citizens" and "parents," is used.  The plural case is the operative case.

It is Sen. Leahy's opinion -- his own recorded words, in a formal Senate Resolution and on his U. S. Senate website -- that Barack Obama is not a "natural born" citizen, and therefore not eligible to serve as Commander-in-Chief, regardless of his birthplace.

Obama had one American parent --singular -- his mother.  His father was a citizen of Kenya, and a subject of Great Britain. 

Obama, himself, "at birth," was a citizen of Kenya, and a subject of Great Britain -- he says so on his own campaign website.  This fact introduces the concept of "divided loyalties," -- the reason the founders created the eligibility requirement in the first place -- a fact that further underlines Obama's ineligibility.

The source of this information is Sen. Leahy's own website.  The webpage contains a statement about the resolution; the resolution, itself; the Statement Of Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.); and an excerpt of Sec. Chertoff's testimony.

The plural word "parents" is used four times.  When used to identify the parents, the word "citizens" is used five times.  That's nine times that Sen. Leahy, on his own website describes the eligibility requirement.  There is NO PLACE in any of these four documents where the singular case of "parent" or "citizen" is used.

The real purpose of this bill was to change article II, section 1, clause 5 of the Constitution of the United States with reference to the requirements of being a "natural born citizen" by the Democratic Party leadership -- paving the way for an Obama run.

Both Leahy and Chertoff avoid addressing the "in the US mainland" (jus solis) element of the eligibility requirement and focus solely on parentage
(jus sanguinis) in making their arguments and by doing so bring focus to the fundamental reason Obama is not qualified.  He had one American parent and one foreign parent.  Barack Obama is not a natural born citizen -- no matter where he was born.

Obama is a co-signer of this resolution.  So, I guess he too agrees that one needs two American parents to be eligible for POTUS -- except he doesn't care -- after all, he's the Obamamessiah.  Rules don't apply to him.

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Re: nobama Signed Resolution Describing Him As Ineligible
« Reply #1 on: December 09, 2009, 03:50:42 PM »
:rant: This is an oldie, but it needs to be revisited, since the Obots still argue that Obama is eligible to serve as Commander-in-Chief.

On April 10, 2008, Sens. Patrick Leahy (D-VT) and Claire McCaskill (D-MO) introduced a resolution expressing the sense of the U.S. Senate that presidential candidate Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) was a 'natural born Citizen,' as specified in the Constitution and eligible to run for president.  Sen. McCaskill knew Obama was not a U.S. Citizen, that’s why she introduced this bill -- dressing it up to look like it was in Sen. John McCain's cause.

It was during the bill's hearing that Sen. Patrick Leahy, Chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, made the following statement:

"Because he was born to American citizens, there is no doubt in my mind that Senator McCain is a natural born citizen," said Leahy.  "I expect that this will be a unanimous resolution of the Senate."

At a Judiciary Committee hearing on April 3, Leahy asked Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff, himself a former Federal judge, if he had doubts that McCain was eligible to serve as President.

"My assumption and my understanding is that if you are born of American parents, you are naturally a natural-born American citizen," Chertoff replied.

"That is mine, too," said Leahy.

What's interesting here is that Sen. Leahy, the Chairman of the Senate Judiciary, confirms that a "natural born" citizen is the child of American citizen parents.

Parents -- that's two.  That's BOTH parents.


Every time the words, "citizen" and "parent," are used by Sen. Leahy and Sec. Chertoff, the plural case, "citizens" and "parents," is used.  The plural case is the operative case.

It is Sen. Leahy's opinion -- his own recorded words, in a formal Senate Resolution and on his U. S. Senate website -- that Barack Obama is not a "natural born" citizen, and therefore not eligible to serve as Commander-in-Chief, regardless of his birthplace.

Obama had one American parent --singular -- his mother.  His father was a citizen of Kenya, and a subject of Great Britain. 

Obama, himself, "at birth," was a citizen of Kenya, and a subject of Great Britain -- he says so on his own campaign website.  This fact introduces the concept of "divided loyalties," -- the reason the founders created the eligibility requirement in the first place -- a fact that further underlines Obama's ineligibility.

The source of this information is Sen. Leahy's own website.  The webpage contains a statement about the resolution; the resolution, itself; the Statement Of Senator Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.); and an excerpt of Sec. Chertoff's testimony.

The plural word "parents" is used four times.  When used to identify the parents, the word "citizens" is used five times.  That's nine times that Sen. Leahy, on his own website describes the eligibility requirement.  There is NO PLACE in any of these four documents where the singular case of "parent" or "citizen" is used.

The real purpose of this bill was to change article II, section 1, clause 5 of the Constitution of the United States with reference to the requirements of being a "natural born citizen" by the Democratic Party leadership -- paving the way for an Obama run.

Both Leahy and Chertoff avoid addressing the "in the US mainland" (jus solis) element of the eligibility requirement and focus solely on parentage
(jus sanguinis) in making their arguments and by doing so bring focus to the fundamental reason Obama is not qualified.  He had one American parent and one foreign parent.  Barack Obama is not a natural born citizen -- no matter where he was born.

Obama is a co-signer of this resolution.  So, I guess he too agrees that one needs two American parents to be eligible for POTUS -- except he doesn't care -- after all, he's the Obamamessiah.  Rules don't apply to him.

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This resolution pertains to someone who was born on foreign soil, as McCain was born in panama. Just like all the dependants who while stationed over seas, had children. But this does not pertain to Obama, who was born in the United States (yes fish, Hawaii is a state) and had at least one legal US resident parent. My parents are both European, but only my dad had his legal citicenship at the time I was born in Maine. I am a legal US citizen, and even though both my parents came from a foreign country, I was born as a natural citizen, and there fore I am eligble to run as president. Obama is a natural born citizen, born on US soil, and therefore eligible to run as president.
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Re: nobama Signed Resolution Describing Him As Ineligible
« Reply #2 on: December 09, 2009, 03:59:10 PM »
That is ridiculous. This does not change the fact that if you are born on America soil you are a U.S. citizen. Obama was born in Hawaii. All this resolution does is state that if you born of America parents then you are a citizen too. Since Mccain wasnít born on American soil, however he was born on a military base. People should click on the other links in this article and read them to get the full story. ( if you click on the says so link it take you to a site that shows his birth certificate)  Those of you that still donít think President Obama is not a US citizen needs to find to find a new conspiracy to play with. This one is old, been discredited and simply moronic. To think that both parties have not researched this is naÔve and childish. Get over it, the man is president and US citizen. In four years he may no longer be prez but he will still be a citizen.

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Re: nobama Signed Resolution Describing Him As Ineligible
« Reply #3 on: December 09, 2009, 04:57:23 PM »
an authentic birth certificate would put this matter to rest, which is the intent of the article

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Re: nobama Signed Resolution Describing Him As Ineligible
« Reply #4 on: December 09, 2009, 08:00:32 PM »
First let me say that I did not support the current president when he was elected nor do I support him now. He has done nothing up to this point but to further increase the debt of our nation and is continuing to do so unchecked, which let me add started with the last administration. However, I think it is time to put where he was born to rest. It is not going to change the fact he'll be in the white house for another three years regardless of where he was born like it or not. I personally believe he was born in Kenya, and I personally believe he has something to conceal or why spend thousands of dollars to seal his record. I too have sealed records due to my government service however I will open them to anyone I have nothing to hide. However, again regardless of what I believe doesn't change the fact he is the current president, and will remain so for at least three more years. As a history and political science student for many years I would venture to say he will not be re-elected, unless things dramatically change. So personally I think it is time to put this to rest, it is doing nothing to help this country, and the current administration has no intentions of revealing anything. This is my opinion, of course I could be wrong.

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Re: nobama Signed Resolution Describing Him As Ineligible
« Reply #5 on: December 09, 2009, 08:55:51 PM »
Really?

This again? LOL.

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Re: nobama Signed Resolution Describing Him As Ineligible
« Reply #6 on: December 09, 2009, 10:17:33 PM »
Sore losers

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Re: nobama Signed Resolution Describing Him As Ineligible
« Reply #7 on: December 10, 2009, 01:11:41 AM »
This resolution pertains to someone who was born on foreign soil, as McCain was born in panama. Just like all the dependants who while stationed over seas, had children. But this does not pertain to Obama, who was born in the United States (yes fish, Hawaii is a state) and had at least one legal US resident parent. My parents are both European, but only my dad had his legal citicenship at the time I was born in Maine. I am a legal US citizen, and even though both my parents came from a foreign country, I was born as a natural citizen, and there fore I am eligble to run as president. Obama is a natural born citizen, born on US soil, and therefore eligible to run as president.
You may not like him, but he has done nothing illegal in becoming the President. Either that, I am not a legal US citizen, who served 21 years in the Army

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« Reply #8 on: December 10, 2009, 01:55:48 AM »
It's just something to get the obamanoid's panties in a twist! LOL LOL

but...it will not be settled while he is in office.

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« Reply #9 on: December 10, 2009, 02:58:29 AM »
It's just something to get the obamanoid's panties in a twist! LOL LOL

but...it will not be settled while he is in office.

Your the only one wearing panties.  LOL  LOL :th_gen129: :{:{: ###$%%^& :th_egypt:

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« Reply #10 on: December 11, 2009, 03:34:29 AM »
It's just something to get the obamanoid's panties in a twist! LOL LOL

but...it will not be settled while he is in office.

I think there is a psychological term for people who twist other peoples panties... LOL
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