Charles Kerchner, Update, August 10, 2009, Kerchner V Obama, Obama British Subject 1961, British Citizen, Obama not natural born citizen
From Charles Kerchner, of the Kerchner V Obama lawsuit, August 10, 2009:
10 August 2009 – For immediate release
Obama was a “British Subject” when born in 1961 and is a “British Protected Person” and/or a “British Citizen” to this day. He has multiple citizenships at this time. Two citizenships were acquired at birth, if we are to believe he was born in Hawaii and there are doubts about that since he has not released a copy of his vault form, long form, original birth certificate for examination. If born in Hawaii he obtained U.S. citizenship by his mother and British citizenship by his father who was a British Subject in 1961. Obama also acquired additional citizenships later in life such as while being raised and adopted in Indonesia by his step-father when his mother remarried an Indonesian and moved to Indonesia with Obama. Obama attended school there registered as being an Indonesian citizen.
This is not what the founding father’s of our nation and framer’s of our Constitution intended for future Presidents after the original generation passed. They wrote and intended that to be the President and Commander-in-Chief of our vast military power the man in that office must be a natural born citizen and thus have “unity of citizenship at birth” and sole allegiance to one and only one nation at birth, and thereafter in his life. They did not intend that a person with multiple citizenships could serve in this singularly unique and most powerful office in our federal government and be the Commander in Chief of our military. Obama’s father was not a U.S. citizen, nor even an immigrant to the USA, nor even a permanent resident in the USA. Obama’s father was a transient to the USA and only sojourning here for a few years while attending college. Obama is NOT a natural born citizen of the USA and thus is not eligible under Article II of the U.S. Constitution to be the President. See the two-page spread in today’s, Monday’s, 10 August 2009 issue of Washington Times National Weekly, pages 8 & 9. Or see a copy of the two-page spread and advertorial at this link and/or the PDF file copy attached:
Charles F. Kerchner, Jr.
CDR USNR Retired
Kerchner v Obama & Congress
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