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To: Polarik
We already have recorded that Obama's wife michellle said his mother was "very young and very single" when obama was born.

If its the case (please give documentation) that british law only gives citizenship from the father to the son in the case that the father is married to the mother

.........then since obama's parents were NOT married -- how did obama get his kenyan/british citizenship?

(the implication here is that obama got british/kenyan citizenship through place of birth and not parentage--ie kenya.)

15 posted on 06/27/2009 8:55:13 AM PDT by ckilmer (Phi)
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To: ckilmer; null and void; Beckwith; stockpirate; PhilDragoo; Candor7; MeekOneGOP; Myrddin; ...

What I stated is that if Obama’s parents were not married — and there is a good chance that they were not — and Obama was born in Hawaii as he claims, then he would not automatically acquire British citizenship from his father, assuming that Obama Sr. is his father and assuming that his father was a Citizen of the United Kingdom on or after 1948.

If Obama was born in Kenya, then he is not a natural-born citizen NOR a naturalized citizen at birth, AND a lying forger (which he already is).

There is sufficient doubt that his parents were NOT married because no marriage license was ever found or released, and that the legitimacy of that copy allegedly to be the Dunham/Obama “Divorce decree” is highly suspicious, given the presence of forged signatures on it.

The basis for my claim comes from the British Nationality Act of 1948. Under the 1948 Act, CUKC status was acquired by:

legitimate descent from a CUKC father for children born elsewhere. Only the first generation acquired British nationality automatically.

“father” means the father of a legitimate or legitimated child (see 2.4.3)

Glossary Term (No Link)

A parent is the biological mother of a child, the biological father if he was married to the mother when the child was born or if he can prove paternity, or the adoptive mother or father of a child who has been legally adopted.

20 posted on 06/27/2009 9:44:46 AM PDT by Polarik (Forgeries are forever!)
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