Originally Posted by fireboy
Obama does not meet the U.S. Constitution's requirement that a president be a
"natural born citizen", he claims he was born in Hawaii. But he is a dual
citizen because of his father's British citizenship at the time of his birth.
But that is changing now, for example, as of March 8,2011 there are 13
states with new bills to be voted on that will qualify or disqualify candidates
in those states if they want to run for president in those states.
Think about that for a moment... and what that could mean. If just one state
during the next election has such a law on the books, and a candidate either
does not qualify or does not apply to qualify... the large amount of doubt that
will be placed on that candidate.
Do you have a link to a law or court case that says dual citizenship negates natural born citizenship? You might want to take a look at http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United_...._Wong_Kim_Ark
. Any person born in the USA (especially of an American mother) is going to be considered natural born. Obama needs to be defeated, but this is not the way to do it. If there is actual proof of alien birth, then I have yet to see it. Sure would like to though.
Some of those states that are trying to amend their laws to require an original birth certificate to be placed on the ballot are merely attempting to ensure that no one voting in their state is able to vote for president. Since no one is able to actually submit an original birth certificate ( they can only get certified copies) to the state proving their American citizenship, there is no way anyone is going to appear on CT and AZ ballots for president if those bills pass into law.