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Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
What's funny is that these suits don't challenge the fact that Obama was born in Hawaii and therefore is a "natural-born" citizen. They just make all sort of assumptions about his Kenyan citizenship (which he lost when he turned 21) and his supposed Indonesian citizenship, which nobody's sure he ever had.
Seems to me that if Obama was legally adopted and became a citizen of Indonesia and renounced his US citizenship, there'd be a record of that somewhere.
Wonder why Berg couldn't find that...
There people are wasting their time and the courts' resources.
Originally posted by gotrox
As for posting his birth cert----nada--cert of live birth without an embossed seal.
I actually had to order one with the official raised seal to get a passport, so how does some elitist get the top job without producing same?
Funny how the Governator of Hawaii has his "vault copy" sealed.
Interesting how his school records sealed so no one knows whether he went as a U.S. citizen, or as a foreign aid recipient.
All I can guess is that he is holding off till just before the election, when he will release all the requested documents and fatally sink McCain's chances at the last minute.
SEATTLE — A King County judge has thrown out a lawsuit challenging Barack Obama's qualifications to be president. The secretary of state's office says Superior Court Judge John Erlick dismissed the lawsuit on Monday. It claimed Obama's U.S. citizenship was in question, saying that could make him ineligible for the presidency. The plaintiff, Steven Marquis of Fall City, claimed Obama may have been a citizen of his father's native Kenya, or became a citizen of Indonesia when he lived there as a boy. Obama was born in Hawaii to an American mother and a Kenyan father. After his parents divorced, Obama's mother married an Indonesian man. A similar lawsuit was thrown out of U.S. District Court in Philadelphia on Friday.