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Why do research before voting? Ineligible candidate?

March 31, 2012


Why does research matter when choosing a candidate?

By now I’m sure most people know that reports abound questioning the birth certificate released by the Obama administration AFTER the last election was decided.  While I can’t comment on the reliability of these reports, or of the research done to create them, they do raise some interesting hypothetical questions.

If we assume that the reports are correct, and Barack Hussein Obama’s nationality of birth is NOT the United States, then we are faced with several disturbing facts.

  1. He violated election laws by running.  These violations would include perjury, which I understand is a felony.  Our constitution states that a President of The United States of America must be a natural born citizen.  “No person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty-five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.” from section 1 article 2
  2. He is actually an illegal alien.  If he is here without citizenship or visas, then he actually has no right to be here.
  3. He should be deported. IF the reports are true, then his exalted position was obtained by fraud, and he is actually in the United States illegally.  This is quite un-imaginable for a person occupying the office of President of The United States of America.

As I said, I cannot qualify or disqualify the reports about the authenticity of his birth certificate, or his nationality at birth.  However, the mere possibility of these things is very disturbing.

How do we make sure our candidates are eligible?

This is where we the people come in.  We must do our research.  We must ask the basic questions, care about backgrounds, check out qualifications.  We must do our homework.  There are many ways to research available candidates.  Internet resources are great, but we must be careful to verify things as best we can.  Anyone can write something and post it on the internet, so we try to find reliable sources.  Remember that the loudest voice is not always the most honest.

Do your research, know your candidates, vote carefully: be a responsible, American citizen.

I certainly hope that Mr. Obama is who he claims to be.  I hope that we have not given the highest position of authority in our land to someone who was from the beginning ineligible for that position.  I intend to do my best to make sure that we never face the hypothetical problems I mentioned above.  I intend to research and vote.

I will be a responsible American citizen.

Thanks for taking the time to ponder my deliberations,




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One Comment
  1. Here is some new information about the country of origin of our current President. Check it out here.

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