posted on Dec, 15 2011 @ 01:55 PM
reply to post by HauntWok
Valid logical conclusion and assumptions. But let me give you my take on this.
I would rather a person such as Ron Paul to not produce such a document. The reason being is it would give credit and teeth to the rabid likes of
those who demanded to see such proof in the first place. Mr. Paul should only show his proof of eligibility to the Secretary of State in the
respective states in which he is wishing to be placed on a ballot.
If such a state has deemed it necessary for a candidate to produce proper documentation and proof that they meet the Constitutional requirements to
hold the Office of Presidency, than I fully expect any and all candidates to fulfill that State's wishes and election laws.
You see, I never paid attention to the screaming frothing masses that clamored for proof of a birth certificate of President Obama -- and this is
coming for a guy who thinks that Mr. Obama is an idiot; along with George Bush and nearly all of Congress.
So I say that it would be a mistake for Ron Paul to go with this. Then again, this of course wasn't the response you were baiting for in this