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Why does the US Consitution Require That The US President Must Be A Natural Born Citizen?

Posted by pwl on August 20, 2013

The Constitutional Meaning Of “Natural Born Citizen”
by Alan Lovejoy

The Constitution requires that the President of the United States must be a natural born citizen:

Article II, section 1, clause 5: “No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.”

If “natural born citizen” is a synonym for “citizen,” then there is no reason for adding the exception “or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution.” None at all. Being a citizen is not sufficient, unless you happened to be alive when the Constitution was adopted.

So what, then, is a “natural born citizen”? To answer that question definitively will require a full examination of the concepts and history of citizenship.

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When does the Impeachment of Obama Begin To Remove Him From The Office of The President Of The United States?

Posted by pwl on April 28, 2011

Upon the release of the Obama Birth Certificate, yesterday on April 28th, 2011, a Constitutional Crises in the US has begun. IF the Digital PDF Birth Certificate for Barack Obama, II is confirmed by the Hawaii State Department of Health it can be assumed that Obama in all probability was actually born in Hawaii.

However that isn’t sufficient due to the requirements of the US Constitution Article II which requires the US President to be a Natural Born Citizen.
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Legal Arguments Why Obama Doesn’t Qualify For US President Even If He Was Born In Hawaii

Posted by pwl on April 27, 2011

Clearly the PDF file of Obama’s Birth Certificate found on the White House dot Gov blog web site is a “digital composite with a green background layer”. That doesn’t mean that it’s a fake though.

IF this type of digital PDF document is what the State of Hawaii does to make digital PDF versions of the document for people whose records where NOT computerized then the document is as it says, “I CERTIFY THIS IS A TRUE COPY OR ABSTRACT OF THE RECORD ON FILE IN THE HAWAII STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH” with the signature of “Alvin T. Onaka, Phd. STATE REGISTRAR”.

If you know anything about legal notarization of documents this could very well be a properly notarized legal true copy EVEN WITH ALL THESE DIGITAL ASPECTS IN THE PDF FILE.

People won’t believe Obama now though regardless.

A Solution For Obama
The best solution is a LIVE HD broadcast where multiple film crews from CNN, FOX, MSNBC, …, get to follow Alvin T. Onaka into the Hawaii State Department of Health records archive and have him show them the original copy and let them film close ups of it with their HD 1080p cameras and let them take tons of digital photographs of it at super high resolution. That would possibly settle the matter. Maybe.

But it’s all moot as the real issue is does Obama meet the qualifications of “Article II” of the US Constitution to be President? Well, seemingly no even if he was born in Hawaii according to this very well thought out legal argument (there are a couple of others but this is the best of the three against that I’ve seen so far)!!!

Why doesn’t Obama meet the requirements of President:

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