Obama illegal alien


Supreme Court case Ruben Flores-Villar v US, US citizenship, Obama illegal alien?, Citizen Wells open thread, November 12, 2010

Supreme Court case Ruben Flores-Villar v US, US citizenship, Obama illegal alien? “Why has Obama, for over 2 years, employed numerous private and government attorneys to avoid presenting a legitimate birth certificate and college records?”…Citizen Wells and millions of concerned Americans From Kerchner v Obama, filed January 21, 2009. “43. If Obama was not born in the United States, he cannot gain U.S. citizenship from his mother because she was only 18 years old at the time of his birth. Obama’s Father Not a U.S. Citizen 44. Presumably Obama’s motherRead More

Obama citizenship status, Natural born citizen, Obama illegal alien?, Kerchner V Obama, Attorney Mario Apuzzo, Obama not born to a US citizen father and mother, US Constitution, Hawaii or Kenya

Although this blog has not focused on Barack Obama’s citizenship status but  rather his status as a natural born citizen, Obama may indeed be an illegal alien. Mario Apuzzo, the attorney in the Kerchner V Obama and Congress lawsuit, has presented an indepth analysis of the US Constitution and US laws and how they pertain to information supplied or not supplied by  Obama. “What Is Putative President Obama’s Current U.S. Citizenship Status?” “We have seen that Obama cannot be an Article II “natural born Citizen” because when he was born, regardlessRead More

Obama born in Kenya, Obama Indonesian, Obama illegal alien, State election officials, Board of elections, Electors, US Constitution, Federal Election Laws, State Election Laws, Will Electoral College Electors vote for illegal alien?

Barack Obama was born in Kenya. Documented. Barack Obama became an Indonesian citizen. Documented. Barack Obama is an illegal alien. Documented. No illegal alien has ever been on the US presidential ballot. Documented. The US Constitution states the qualifications for president. The US Constitution rules. Federal Election Law:  “The following provisions of law governing Presidential Elections are contained in Chapter 1 of Title 3, United States Code (62 Stat. 672, as amended): § 8.   The electors shall vote for President and Vice President, respectively, in the manner directed by theRead More