Well, if there was an issue with his citizenship, you can be sure the suddenly quiet Clintons would be all over this.
Makes one wonder if that’s what they are looking into right now...hmmmm....
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Is anybody enforcing our laws? Or better yet, does anyone in our government care. Guess the New World Order will over ride our Constitution.
One more time just because the question of McCains citizenship is so stupid as to be laughable. Anyone who does not know that if you are born of US parents, no matter where you are born, you are a natural born US citizen. Why anyone with a brain would print the BS this guy has is beyond me.
All the crap he says about Panama is useless and means nothing one way or another. McCain had TWO parents who were US citizens, therefore he is a natural born citizen. What do people think that all the childrern of service personel who are born overseas are NOT citizens, how frickin' stupid and ignorant of US law can one get?
Divided Loyalties, Obamas Eligibility Problem, PART 2
Divided Loyalties, Obamas Eligibility Problem, PART 1
Well, if a dual citizenship is a problem, wouldn’t him being Kenyan (by father’s citizenship) as well throw a wrench into things?
There is nothing in Article II disqualifying a person from the Presidency who by action of foreign law has foreign citizenship. The only citizenship requirement is that he be a natural born citizen of the United States. Anyone who maintains otherwise is an "emanations from the penumbra" guy, just like those who find a right to abortion in the Constitution, and should be held in similar low regard.
The logic of the above article would give foreign states a method to meddle in the U.S. Presidential election. For example, if the Soviet Union had not wished Ronald Reagan to be President of the United States, all they would have to do is pass a Soviet law stating that Ronald Reagan was a Soviet citizen, and that Soviet law does not allow Ronald Reagan to renounce said Soviet citizenship. Abracadabra, Ronald Reagan could not be President of the United States. An obviously absurd state of affairs.
I would agree that dual citizenship might be something that the American people could take into account in the selection of a President. If the American people do not want a person with dual citizenship to be President, they will have to accomplish that at the ballot box.
This issue appears to be gaining steam.
I suspect this may be the instrument Hillary uses (not directly, of course :) to take the nomination away from nObama.
Gives a whole new meaning to his “citizen of the world” talk, don’t it?