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Obama, Rubio Birthers Should Read the Law

Midwest Mike Wrote: May 30, 2012 8:28 AM
So how does an immigrant family become citizens? If Rubio is not a citizen, because his parents weren't, are his children? I'm not being critical here, just curious to how far we take this?
Mattieohmalley Wrote: May 30, 2012 5:54 PM
The grandkids? Let them stay here under political asylum. Same with Rubio. But no presidents can they be.

All the illegal Mexicans and so forth? Throw the bums out. And their little brats.
Mattieohmalley Wrote: May 30, 2012 5:52 PM
Midwest

They come here LEGALLY (thus making them subject to the jurisdiction). Simple.
Mattieohmalley Wrote: May 30, 2012 5:52 PM
Midwest

They come here LEGALLY (thus making them subject to the jurisdiction). Simple.

Birtherism -- the belief that Barack Obama was born in Kenya, not in the United States -- pretty much died last year when the White House released a copy of the president's long-form birth certificate showing he was born in Honolulu on Aug. 4, 1961. After that, the number of Americans who doubted Obama's place of birth dropped dramatically.

But not to zero. In recent days, there has been a mini-resurgence of birther talk, from Arizona, where the secretary of state questioned Obama's eligibility to be on the ballot, to Iowa, where some Republicans want to require presidential candidates to prove...