All the BC stuff put out by both sides, or maybe I should say all sides, is just a collective distraction.
Obama’s fathers was not a U. S. citizen, therefore Barack Obama II cannot be a natural born U. S. citizen. It doesn’t really matter where the birth took place.
That's the camp I fall into. Everything else is just useless noise. People should have stipulated from the very beginning that Barry was born in HI. He still doesn't meet the eligibility requirements of the POTUS for the very reason you cite.
So long as people are searching for the "magic birth certificate", or lack there of, they won't be addressing the legitimate claim of illegitimacy - just the way Obama wants it.
Ditto, that and the fact mother was not old enough to bestow citizenship is enough to disqualify and declare he's an illegal alien. Anything else is window dressing and a distraction.
Obamas fathers was not a U. S. citizen, therefore Barack Obama II cannot be a natural born U. S. citizen. It doesnt really matter where the birth took place.
What matters is what SCOTUS case law precedent says about this, and what they may rule now about who is a NBC of the USA. Other than that, whatever veracity there may be to any of these other documents, could only show zero to be more of an obfuscator and more mendacious than we already know he is. But perhaps, the rest of the nation can find out more and more about our
LIAR in CHIEF...and our LIAR & THIEF.
As I understand it, any person who is born here (native born) is a US citizen—even if his father was a foreign national. Hence, a Russian girl who’s father was a KGB guy at the old USSR’s embassy in Washington, is a US citizen. She has, by the way, taken advantage of it. She lives and works here in America as a US citizen.
My son was born in a US military hospital in the old W. Germany. US military hospitals in foreign countries are considered US territory. That is part of the Status of Forces Agreement the US negotiates with every country in which we station troops. However, because my son was born in W. Germany he also was a citizen of that country. My wife and I had the W. German citizenship annulled. I was in the US Army then. If we had rotated back to W. Germany after he became 18 years old (and he was still our dependent) he could have conceivably been drafted into th3e W. German Army.
We actually had a guy in my unit at the time (1965-68) who had just the reverse happen to him. He was in the US of W. German parents. They never annuled his US citizenship. He was drafted in the US Army and stationed in W. Germany. His English was excellent—as was his German. It was a great asset having him in the unit. He was a good soldier.
Also, as I understand it, as parents we could annul the W. German citizenship. But not the US citizenship. Why? Because he was born of two American parents on “US soil”. Only my son could annul his US citizenship and then he would have to wait until he was 21.
Therefore his two daughters are also not citizens, because only one their parents is a US Citizen.
I have changed the long s’s (which look like f’s) into short s’s, so that the text is easier to read.
This is the URL to Chapter 10.
Blackstone's Commentaries on the Laws of England
Book the First : Chapter the Tenth : Of People, Whether Aliens, Denizens or Natives
THE first and most obvious division of the people is into aliens and natural-born subjects. Natural-born subjects are such as are born within the dominions of the crown of England, that is, within the ligeance, or as it is generally called, the allegiance of the king; and aliens, such as are born out of it. Allegiance is the tie, or ligamen, which binds the subject to the king, in return for that protection which the king affords the subject.
THE children of aliens, born here in England, are, generally speaking, natural-born subjects, and entitled to all the privileges of such. In which the constitution of France differs from ours; for there, by their jus albinatus, if a child be born of foreign parents, it is an alien.
But his mother was.
lol i thought if he was born on us soil he was us citizen.
Fact of the matter is, our country has birthright citizenship. Why do you think Ron Paul and Mike Huckabee made abolishing that privilege a part of their campaigns? Answer: because it currently exists.