Skip to comments.Donofrio confirms Chrysler-Dealers’ lawsuit
Posted on 12/08/2009 12:18:05 PM PST by vharlow
The Post & Email can confirm this afternoon, that Attorneys Leo Donofrio and Steven Pidgeon are representing a group of Chrysler Automotive dealers in seeking legal redress to their loss of their franchises following the direct and unconstitutional involvement of Barack Hussein Obama in the Chrysler reorganization.
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A little off topic, but what’s with the feel-good Chrysler commercials featuring Gorby, Mandela, etc? Hey Chrysler! Stop trying to impress us (with OUR MONEY) with your civic mindedness and start selling some of your crap so you can pay us back!
Excellent news. Here’s hoping this case gains some traction and makes some progress in determining the eligibility of the anointed one.
It’s time to take back the country.
A very loud AMEN!
Of course, it could also be both interesting and disappointing to see the logic the court may use to determine that these former dealers don’t have standing to bring the action...
what was the citizenship status of his mother when she gave birth to him?
She was a U.S. citizen.
How does this get at the birth certificate issue?
Hey guys this one looks like a biggie!!!
PING the lists and full speed ahead.
In before the anti-birther trolls show up!
all they do is give back the dealerships and a financial settlement for loss revenue and zero gets off. Be cause there will be no case
They claim that he isn’t the POTUS because of fraud!
IF he was born in Kenya and his mother was a U.S. citizen, why would he not automatically be a U.S. citizen?
What makes you think he was born in Kenya?
Dude, where you been?
Oh, I thought Kenya was the latest location du jour of his birth.
I’ve read he was born in Hawaii to parents who were non-citizens, and I’ve read he was born in Kenya.
I wonder if he fits one of these-
Currently, Title 8 of the U.S. Code fills in those gaps. Section 1401 defines the following as people who are “citizens of the United States at birth:”
Anyone born inside the United States *
Any Indian or Eskimo born in the United States, provided being a citizen of the U.S. does not impair the person’s status as a citizen of the tribe
Any one born outside the United States, both of whose parents are citizens of the U.S., as long as one parent has lived in the U.S.
Any one born outside the United States, if one parent is a citizen and lived in the U.S. for at least one year and the other parent is a U.S. national
Any one born in a U.S. possession, if one parent is a citizen and lived in the U.S. for at least one year
Any one found in the U.S. under the age of five, whose parentage cannot be determined, as long as proof of non-citizenship is not provided by age 21
Any one born outside the United States, if one parent is an alien and as long as the other parent is a citizen of the U.S. who lived in the U.S. for at least five years (with military and diplomatic service included in this time)
A final, historical condition: a person born before 5/24/1934 of an alien father and a U.S. citizen mother who has lived in the U.S.