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The Great American Guessing Game: Who for Vice President?

MarkJ Wrote: May 13, 2012 2:25 AM
I wasn't aware that Miami, Florida is in Cuba. When did that happen?
prsmithsr Wrote: May 13, 2012 5:51 PM
Me, myself and I is wrong. Try reading the Constitution.
prsmithsr Wrote: May 13, 2012 5:50 PM
Who said he wasn't? Both Rubio and Jindal are U.S. citizens, they just aren't 'natural born citizens' as required by the Constitution.
Bluebonnet Wrote: May 13, 2012 10:02 AM
Intent? How is that Consitutional?
Texas Cuernos Wrote: May 13, 2012 8:59 AM
Georgia Boy is dead right. To be a natural born citizen one needs BOTH parents to be US citizens at the time of his birth. I use as my source SCOTUS opinion in Minor v Happersett, 1875.
anonymous Wrote: May 13, 2012 8:38 AM
Then, why don't you join the Ranks of Obama and the GOP RINO's and "burn" the are an idiot, you either respect the the Constitution and that we are a nation of Laws or you are part of the problem and are helping in the destruction of America.
Tish6 Wrote: May 13, 2012 5:46 AM
Georgia boy is insisting that not only should Marco be born in the United States...but that his parents should have been as well. It seems that when Marco was born, his parents were on the path to natralization and didn't become citizens until Marco was a toddler. Me, myself, and I believe that since hisparents had every intent to become a citizen...that he does fit the requirements.
ThasicAlambra Wrote: May 13, 2012 5:06 AM
Rubio was born in Miami Florida, you dolt. Get your facts straight.
When it come to the Republicans' choice for president this year, it's all over but the shoutin' in Tampa.

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The great hall, the red-white-and-blue balloons, the signs proudly proclaiming the name of each state from Alabama to Wyoming, the carefully planned spontaneous demonstrations, the whole super-sized hullabaloo ... it should all be set to go by the time the delegates start pouring in to nominate The Next President of the United States! (Applause, cheers and pre-programmed pandemonium.)

Nothing seems to change every four years...