posted on Mar, 15 2011 @ 02:45 AM
The show on March 8th, Jon was talking to the computer. He made the point that Obama's parents were lawfully married in Hawaii, Feb 2 1961 and
Barrack was born Aug 4 1961. His mom was 3 months pregnant with him when she was married. So he was in America as a fetus. Possibly conceived in
America. I'm still only mostly sure Obama is a citizen. But this argument doesn't seem right. Does it still apply to a foreign national, who may or
may not have been conceived here, definitely existed as a fetus here, but may or may not have been born here? Like say, for example, someone who's
parents are Mexican citizens, and not American, who existed as a fetus in these borders, but maybe was born in Mexico? If our hypothetical fetus is
asked to prove his identity later in life, does proof of his being here as a fetus grant him citizenship?
Like I said I'm not convinced either way, but I didn't vote for him and he's still president so what I think doesn't matter. Just curious if Jon's
argument would really hold water, or is he not really making a point at all, but the crowd laughs and cheers and the robot gets caught in a causality
loop, so Jon's the hero and he must be right. Right?
edit on 15-3-2011 by ZeroReady because: (no reason given)