Sunday, June 7, 2009
Barack Obama: Ineligible for Presidency
Barack Hussein Obama, sometimes called "The first Kenyan citizen ever elected President of the US, has sent out the following birth certificate for our examination. For some reason, it has not ended the controversy over his constitutional fitness to occupy the White House, soon to be painted in multiple colors in order to reflect America's commitment to diversity.
No one questions that Sarah Heath Palin, born in Sandpoint, Idaho, is a natural born citizen as defined by the Constitution, but many questions exist about Obama's citizenship. Picture below is of Gov. Palin speaking yesterday in Auburn, New York.
My friend Jill in Hawaii sent me the following comment about Barack Obama's refusal to present his authentic birth certificate: "O has spent nearly $1 million in attorneys' fees to keep the document sealed & out of reach (along with his Occidental & Columbia records that would clearly show he was a foreign student). I could go on forever about this! But bottom line is that the issue is not just the birth certificate, but the fact that he does not qualify as a natural-born citizen (and thus is not qualified to be POTUS). Check out this site:800PoundGorilla."
Why is Obama ready to spend millions of dollars to prevent anyone from seeing his authentic birth certificate, the so-called "long form?" What's on the birth certificate (could it be that he was not born in the US?) that worries him and his handlers so much? Is he what the Constitution calls "a natural-born citizen," or is he not?
And what's the deal with his Occidental College and Columbia University records? Did he get mediocre grades (probably!), or was he listed as a citizen of Kenya . . . or Indonesia? Clearly, he doesn't want us to know the answers to those questions.He claims to have been born in a Honolulu, Hawaii, hospital, but there are no records of that happening.
The official birth certificate -- as contrasted from the bogus (short-form) document his campaign supplied -- would contain the name of the attending physician and the hospital. Of course, if he was born out-of-state (and out of the country), he would have to relinquish the presidency.
What would it take for him to realize the official birth certificate? It would take a five-minute phone call to the Governor of Hawaii. He must have a good reason for not making that phone call. Does he have a constitutional right to be sitting in the White House? More and more Americans are thinking the answer to that question may be no.
Folks, we may be heading for a major constitutional crisis.