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Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Supreme Court Justices Admit Obama Eligibility Is a Problem



First, we have Justice Clarence Thomas in a House Appropriations Subcommittee hearing last April admitting that the Supreme Court was evading the many lawsuits that have been brought to the Court on Obama’s birth eligibility to be President of the United States [beginning at the 1:00 mark]:



Now, Justice Stephen Breyer in a House Appropriations hearing on the 2012 Supreme Court budget, admits that:

The Constitution specifies that only a “natural born citizen” can be president of the United States [0:30 mark];
But the definition of “natural born citizen” has not been determined or fixed, and is subject to interpretation in that different people give the term “a broader or narrower meaning.” [beginning at 1:05 mark]



Hmm, Justice Breyer, isn’t the function of the Supreme Court that of INTERPRETING the Constitution, as in INTERPRETING the meaning of “natural born citizen”?

Enough already with these coy little allusions by Supreme Court justices that they know there’s a problem with Obama’s eligibility! And stop rubbing our faces in this travesty by joking, laughing, and yukking up about this in Congressional hearings — and with a Demonrat Congressman yet.

Rep. Jose Serrano (D-NY) is one of the “most Progressive members of Congress” who, year after year, has introduced and reintroduced a resolution proposing an amendment to the Constitution of the United States to repeal the 22nd Amendment, thereby removing the limitation on the number of terms an individual may serve as president.

Do something about it by agreeing to hear just one of the many lawsuits that have been brought before you. Grow a pair…or, better yet, just do your job, for which you’re being handsomely paid by the 55% of American households who actually pay federal income taxes.

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