Monday, February 20, 2012

Pennsylvania Joins The Birther Bandwagon

( A complaint has been filed asking Pennsylvania state officials to set aside Barack Obama’s 2012 presidential candidacy, because he cannot meet the state’s eligibility requirements. It’s another case in what is developing into a long list of states in which Obama’s candidacy is being challenged legally. A complaint recently was filed in Indiana, and Georgia’s dispute already is moving to the appellate level. Cases also are reported to be developing in Mississippi, Alabama and other states.

The Pennsylvania case was raised by Dale Laudenslager and Charles Kerchner, whose previous legal challenge to Obama’s term in the White House also was based on eligibility concerns and reached the U.S. Supreme Court, where the justices refused to look at any evidence.

According to a report from the team whose members filed the complaint, Kerchner asserted that after years of research, it “has been determined” that Obama is not eligible to hold the office president because he is “not a natural born citizen” under the requirements of the U.S. Constitution.

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  1. It's not so much a bandwagon as it is a clown car with a few more clowns trying to get in on a dying act. But it's a good thing because it keeps the clowns busy and the kids entertained while the adults try to deal with important public policy.

    1. Whast is more important than having someeone who is eligible to hold the highest office in the entire world? His is making policies that affect everyone in this country. So small thing, don't you think? Or do you?

    2. correction: The above reply should have read "NO SMALL THING."

    3. The more states to deal with his eligibility the better.
      This is no small matter. It is the heart of the matter. If a person is hiding who he really is, what makes him convince the rest of us that he is even loyal to this country?

    4. you are so naive and ignorant that I wonder why I have even replied to you, other than to tell you what you are.

  2. We sale Kool-Aid, would you like some more...? Every sate in the union less a few liberal blues--will block him--and so they should until he identifies where he came from.

  3. I don't know what you guys are arguing about. Ron Paul is going to be the next President.


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