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DonBCrane Wrote: Jul 02, 2012 9:50 AM
Sorry Jim, but the founders' words in the Constitution have real meaning. You have bought into the pablum being circulated to make Obama appear to be what he isn't. The constitution sets two requirements/qualifications for the office of the President. He must have attained the age of thirty-five years and he must be "a natural born citizen." A phrase that was known and well understood for more than 100 years prior to the passage of the Constitution. A natural born citizen is one who is born on U.S. soil to two citizen parents. Thus, a Natural Born citizen would not have dual citizenship and an allegiance to any other country.

The run-up to the presidential election is really a debate about growth and taxes, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida told CNBC on Monday.

“Growth helps the debt be more manageable, unemployment, all of these things,” he said in an interview on “The Kudlow Report.”

“Tax increases do not lead to growth,” he said. “The reason why I oppose increases in taxes is not some religious objection, or even an ideological one. It is the knowledge that increasing taxes discourages growth.”

Rubio said that taxes remove money that was going to be spent into the economy. “When the government spends that dollar,...

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