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anonymous Wrote: Nov 04, 2013 5:59 PM
Subverting the law doesn't make it right. You either follow the Constitution or you don't. You're voting to subvert the Constitution.
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anonymous Wrote: Nov 04, 2013 5:57 PM
Then the 2011 Congressional Research Service did NOT do its job! If they had checked the Congressional Globe Volume 66 part 4, 2nd Session pl 1639, Rep Bingham defined Natural Born Citizen when arguing for the 14th Amendment. He said, "The Constitution leaves no room for doubt upon this subject. The words "natural-born citizen of the United States" occur in it, and the other provision also occurs in it that "Congress shall have power to pass a uniform system of naturalization." To naturalize a person is to admit him to citizenship. Who are natural-born citizens but those born within the Republic? Those born within the Republic, whether black or white, are citizens by birth - natural-born citizens. There is no such word as white in your Constitution. Citizenship, therefore, does not depend upon complexion say more than it depends upon the rights of election or of office. All from other lands, who, by the terms of your laws and a compliance with their provisions becomes naturalized, are adopted citizens of the United States; all other persons born within the Republic, of parents owing allegiance to no other sovereignty, are natural-born citizens." Stop trusting government entities to do right by the Constitution when its aim is to subvert the Constitution. Plus, the Constitution is NOT a dictionary! The meaning came from Vattel's Law of Nations which John Jay used and it was John Jay who suggested the 'natural born citizen clause' be inserted into the Constitution. Why do you think they had to 'grandfather' everyone in? Research youself! Educate yourself!
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anonymous Wrote: Nov 04, 2013 5:49 PM
No, Cruz is INELIGIBLE. "The Constitution leaves no room for doubt upon this subject. The words "natural-born citizen of the United States" occur in it, and the other provision also occurs in it that "Congress shall have power to pass a uniform system of naturalization." To naturalize a person is to admit him to citizenship. Who are natural-born citizens but those born within the Republic? Those born within the Republic, whether black or white, are citizens by birth - natural-born citizens. There is no such word as white in your Constitution. Citizenship, therefore, does not depend upon complexion say more than it depends upon the rights of election or of office. All from other lands, who, by the terms of your laws and a compliance with their provisions becomes naturalized, are adopted citizens of the United States; all other persons born within the Republic, of parents owing allegiance to no other sovereignty, are natural-born citizens." Rep Bingham ARGUING THE 14TH AMENDMENT Congressional Globe Volume 66 part 4, 2nd Session pl 1639 So we have the definition in the Congressional Record, what all Congress knew at that time, the definition of a 'natural born citizen', which is someone who is born within the Republic - meaning born on American soil - os parents - plural - owing allegiance to no other nation, meaning both father and mother are American citizens either naturalized or by birth. No representative challenged Bingham's definition clearly evincing that they all understood that to be the meaning of Natural Born Citizen. This trumps your book excerpt every second of forever. Cruz was NOT born in the Republic and both parents were NOT citizens of the Republic.
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anonymous Wrote: Nov 04, 2013 5:29 PM
Thank you. You are absolutely correct. As for those who oppose you, it's apparent Townhall attracts low-information 'voters' who care nothing for following the rule of law, namely our Constitution.
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anonymous Wrote: Nov 04, 2013 9:11 AM
And if the GOP didn't commit election fraud all over the place with its algorithmic vote swapping program on all those black boxes, we'd have a President Paul right now instead of BO. But people like Star Parker don't really want to save America and instead support the U.S.' demise. How Ms Parker can promote someone so obviously ineligible, who wasn't even born on U.S. soil, is beyond me.
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anonymous Wrote: Nov 04, 2013 9:03 AM
Christie has a scathing expose out on him and Rubio is an ineligible RINO.
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anonymous Wrote: Nov 04, 2013 9:02 AM
Citizen of what country? Cruz was born in Canada!
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anonymous Wrote: Nov 04, 2013 9:00 AM
By advising we do not following the Constitution, which is the law of the Land, you, mburch, are destroying this nation.
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anonymous Wrote: Nov 04, 2013 8:58 AM
I can't believe there are people arguing with you. Of course Cruz in ineligible! Republicans must STOP acting like the democRATS. Just because BO got away with it doesn't mean the Republicans should lower themselves to the dem level. If those who argue with you would just read the Constitution for once they would clearly see that the Executive Branch has a special requirement missing from the other 2 branches, namely: the President must be a natural born citizen. Look up John Jay's letter to George Washington. Read Vattel's Law of Nations. Educate yourselves. It's bad enough low-information voters comprise the bulk of democratic voters, but to cater to the low-information voters in the Republican ranks... UGH! Plus, Cruz' wife is a CFR member and Goldman Sachs VP! How well has that worked for the USA in the past? Not very. We must start learning from our mistakes! Star Parker, shame on you for promoting someone so obviously ineligible and devaluing the virtue of the Republican Party that Tea Partiers and Constituionalists are working so fervently to reinstate. Republican Party - No RINOs, No ineligible presidential candidates, No Goldman Sachs, No CFR Follow the Constitution!
You are 100% correct! Designed to FAIL! The ONLY saving grace is that, hopefully, the neocon Repubs won't pass legislation that would bring in the single payer system - or is there some provision in that monstrous bill that says if it fails single payer will kick in?
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