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If the Republicans are going to pander….

Then at least pick a candidate who can win..big. The GOP have been elevating good looking Republicans over the past decade or more to pander to the groups representing a stark minority within the GOP.  People like; Bobby Jindal of … Continue reading

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Just my own theory on eligibility…

As one who is just a fly on the wall, listening and reading what I find about Obama’s unwillingness to settle the eligibility issue, the question bothering me with regard to Obama and his lack of eligibility to be POTUS … Continue reading

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Only 28% of people polled believe Obama is natural born citizen

http://www.publicpolicypolling.com/p…se_US_0215.pdf More and more folks, pundits, politicians and journalists are wondering why this controversy is still raging. Could there be something to this deliberate sealing of documents. Remember Hillary Clinton hiding the law records around the Vince Foster murder? Richard … Continue reading

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Where is Hollywood now?

Oliver Stone is infamous for some of the most bastardized movies of historic figures, JFK, Reagan, etc.. Then there was the movie [sic] about George W. Bush being assassinated, and many other distortions of history using factual basis but always … Continue reading

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and subject to the jurisdiction thereof,

Kris Kobach the Secretary of State-Elect of Kansas was on the O’Reilly Factor Wednesday night discussing the fight states are engaged in with the federal government over the misinterpretation of the 14th Amendment wrongly bestowing US citizenship to children born … Continue reading

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The Abridged Obama Timeline 1961–1995

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One last time, an explanation of “natural born citizen”.

In the United States of America one can be a citizen, by birth or naturalization. Add the adjective born to citizen, and that eliminates naturalized citizens. Add the adjective natural to born citizen, and we now have a third classification … Continue reading

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