Saturday, June 23, 2012


Understanding Citizenship via a plethora of hypotheticals

We live in an age of widespread, almost universal ignorance about the facts regarding American citizenship.  That has never mattered before because never before has there been a half-foreign national who was a fraction of a fraction or a fraction of a segment of the population whom the American electorate voted into the office of the Commander-in-Chief of all the forces of the American government.
I speak of one Bair´ak Dunham-Soetoro Obama.  (I digress somewhat by indicating the correct pronunciation of his first name, which he altered from that of his name-sake, namely the father after whom he was named.  If we place the accent incorrectly on the last syllable as he’s chosen to do, then it would be correctly pronounced ba-rack´, -not ba-rock´.)
The reason it continues to matter is because he continues to be President and running for re-election.  So it is extremely important to ascertain whether or not he is even entitled to be the President according to the Constitution.
It states that “No person except a natural born citizen…shall be eligible to the office of the President,” so it is of immense importance to know by what basis he could be (or should not be) considered to be a natural born American citizen.

Barack, knowing a little something about the Constitution, knows full well that he is not such a citizen, but he also knows full well that few others are aware of that fact, -the ones that are aware don’t care or are afraid to rat-out the first non-white to be elected, or they don’t care because most  people in government violate the Constitution on a regular basis.

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