oh, i've been promoting a class action RICO case for years.
although, it's not like it has any traction, whatsoever.
we the people erect gallows right in the Congressional gardens ... no need to go any further than out the back door
if i recall correctly, it can be located in the British Archives.
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Now what? If Obama isn't related to the Dunham's how do you explain him looking pretty much identical to Stanley Dunham? Where are the birth records that show one of Obama's wives in Kenya gave birth to Obama? Where are the records that show Obama Sr. brought Obama over from Kenya? Why did the local Hawaiian newspaper report Dunham gave birth right after Obama's birth? There are more questions I could ask but I think this shows the ridiculousness of your claims.
I'm from the UK and what I see is the most intense rabid attack on ANY PRESIDENT EVER. And the only thing that distinguishes this president from all others is his colour (spelt correctly by the way).
You are goddam racists. The worst racist is the one who says " I'm not a racist, but......" (hint the "but" is the most racist part of that sentence).
And the only thing that distinguishes this president from all others is his colour (spelt correctly by the way).
i'm merely suggesting we 'follow the law' as is established, you don't like it, work to change it
Thank you for contacting The National Archives of England and Wales.
There is no series dedicated to life events of British subjects in foreign countries, as there is no legislation or requirement for the British Government to record these events. Use of Foreign churches to record events is common, and there is no requirement for those authorities to return copies of the registers to England. Although an example is the Miscellaneous Foreign Returns where some foreign Authorities have returned copies of their records relating to British subjects.
Records of former Colonial administrations will normally remain within the country, they were not returned to United Kingdom. If this was a foreign country where the Foreign Office was involved, such as Germany, Columbia or Ecuador, then a Consular Register may have been kept, and this would have been returned.
The National Archives holds copies of births from the East Africa Protectorate, including Kenya in TNA Ref: RG 36. These records date from 1911-1923, and are available to search and download for a fee from www.bmdregsiters.co.uk; a search using the key word ‘Obama’ does not return any results
Records relating to births of British subjects in British Protectorates and Colonies remain in the country of origin and would not be returned to either the Foreign Office, Colonial Office or the General Register Office.
The National Archives does hold Colonial Office Original Correspondence (TNA Ref: CO 533) for Kenya, this contains various Acts and Legislation relating to births and deaths in Kenya prior to independence.
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You really don't see the resemblance between these two pictures:
no argument there, however, it does NOT say that same child would be considered a "Natural Born" citizen, does it ?
In this case the most notable section is G. It states that anyone born outside US borders to at least one parent who is a US citizen that has spent at least one year in the US since turning 14 is a US citizen at birth.
It also states that if said parent is in the US military or an employee of the US government then no matter what their child is a US citizen