Monday, April 16, 2012
Commentary by Pen JohannsonEditor, The DAILY PEN
NEW YORK, NY - Marco Rubio is currently not constitutionally eligible to hold the office of the U.S. Presidency or Vice President.
Unable to endow Barack Obama with unanimous legitimacy over this same issue, the political species, and their American media letches, are being forced to understand that leadership eligibility, qualified by advanced human citizenship, can only be achieved when political candidates are measured equally by the same laws which apply to everyone under the Constitution.
Refusal to acknowledge this moral and legal deficit is breeding a contemptuous, but potently righteous, generation of extremely powerful and highly adept anti-governmental citizens. History has proven, time after time, that even the most powerful governments in the world have been defeated under the revolutionary power of vintage American heritage when they have strayed from the rule of law by the people, for the people.
As our current government continues to stray from its requisite purpose to uphold and protect the Constitution, it is drawing dangerously close to incitement of a meted resistance.
Whereas political interests and power lust will always push against the morality of our esteemed bureaucratic slew, forcing many of the inferior slag into criminality, the Constitution was brilliantly and purposely composed with divinely inspired language to be the inescapable silent authority which convicts their lawlessness.
The Constitution is forever correct...but amendable.
That being said, its time for someone to submit a multipartisan bill to amend the Constitution so exceptional leaders like Marco Rubio can run for president.
In the same unconstitutional posture by which Barack Obama was lauded by his misguided Democratic constituency, the willfully ignorant Republicans have their popularity contestant in Rubio. Rubio is one of the most well regarded members of Congress while Obama has served his liberal consensus as one of its most beloved radical change agents in American history.
Unfortunately, however, both men are currently constitutionally ineligible to hold the office of the president or vice president under Article II of the eligibility mandate.
Unfortunately for Obama, the Constitution was not revised on his behalf prior to his fraudulent election in 2008 rendering him America’s first unconstitutional president.
As reported by WND this week, the Florida Senator Rubio has been heavily favored as a potential Republican vice presidential candidate. However, a document recently found in the National Archives indicates that Rubio is actually constitutionally ineligible to serve as president or vice president.