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To: RC one

“he can’t defy a lawful order given by the sitting president.”

Who said the “sitting president is eligible to give said order, and if ineligible to sit as president, is said order then lawful?


16 posted on 07/21/2011 4:13:07 PM PDT by roaddog727 (It's the Constitution, Stupid!)
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To: roaddog727

“Who said the “sitting president is eligible to give said order, and if ineligible to sit as president, is said order then lawful?”

A question I have asked many for the last two years concerning our President. If his presidency is illegitimate then should he not be held accountable for military KIAs due to orders he has given. People want to downgrade the importance of his birth certificate and his legitimacy as President, but there are serious ramifications here if it is discovered he is not eligible to be President thus giving unlawful orders that result in the deaths of many military service members.


18 posted on 07/21/2011 4:24:03 PM PDT by Lynn
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To: roaddog727
Who said the “sitting president is eligible to give said order, and if ineligible to sit as president, is said order then lawful?

well no one with any authority in our Government has said Obama is not eligible to be President. I happen to personally believe Obama is ineligible but who am I but just a FReeper? I am not aware of a single member of Congress making the case he is not eligible. So from a pragmatic standpoint your statement is meaningless. The solution is not to expect the Military to disobey legal orders but for us to seek impeachment and we all know that won't happen.

25 posted on 07/21/2011 5:06:01 PM PDT by plain talk
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