Obama’s Real Roots

by 1389 on September 24, 2010

in 1389 Blog Mailbox, Africa, Barack Hussein Obama, Islam, Stella (Stavroula) Jatras, video and film

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Not Natural Born – TRUTH MATTERS

freedom176flag May 02, 2010

The video starts out with some content from obamasnippets.com, which, of course is contrived. And yet, there seems to be a synthetic truth about what the president says. Is he “natural born” according to the Constitution? No. The requirement is that BOTH parents need to be U. S. Citizens. Two U. S. Citizen parents produce a “natural born” citizen. It’s likely that Mr. Obama was REGISTERED in Hawaii, therefore he has a COLB from Hawaii. The truth may well be he was born in Kenya; that is where we believe his “long-form” birth certificate was issued. Nevertheless, “natural born” indicates, and speaks to the fact that BOTH parents have to be U. S. Citizens. His father WAS NEVER a U. S. Citizen, therefore, Barack Hussein Obama is NOT a “natural born” Citizen of the United States, thus he is in violation of Amendment 14, and Article II, Section 1, Paragraph 5 of the United States Constitution.

Pay close attention to the definition of natural-born citizen.

Obama’s grandma died at such a convenient time! Obama got his start in Chicago politics. Anybody familiar with Chicago politics surely understands that no Chicago politician would hesitate to kill his own grandmother for political advantage.

Just sayin’.

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1 Sandy September 24, 2010 at 11:52 pm

Re: “Nevertheless, “natural born” indicates, and speaks to the fact that BOTH parents have to be U. S. Citizens.”

Who told you this? It is wrong. The meaning of Natural Born at the time that the Constitution was written referred to the PLACE of birth. No Americans at that time used the phrase to refer to the parents of a person, only to the place of birth. Thus a Natural Born Citizen in the original meaning refers to a US citizen who was not naturalized and was a citizen due to being born in the country.

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