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Old 06-21-2016   #20
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Re: The Nonsense of Donald Trump

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Originally Said by poopy View Post
Another problem is the issue of his birth. Hillary has already stated she'd sue to have his citizenship reviewed by the Supreme Court. Anyone think a left leaning court is going to find in his favor? Give him the nomination and the Supreme Court will disqualify him, giving Hillary the win by default.
Are you worried about foreign influence? From Ted Cruz? Really? The guy was raised in Texas with pro-American values since he was 3. His mom and dad had a contract job in Canada for the computer company they worked for. They were software programmers. You can have a beef with Obama, because regardless of where he was born, he was raised a good part of his life in Indonesia and/or in Kenya during the years of his age where he can be intellectually and emotionally influenced. By the way, the birther stuff that was started on Obama was originally from 2 Hillary Clinton advisors Philip J. Berg and Mark Penn.

Ted Cruz living in Canada from 0-3 years old, I doubt he even vaguely remembers it. A whole lot of time and energy is wasted on this on a person like Ted Cruz, who has no questioned proven that he is full of nothing but American Constitutional values, regardless of whether or not we like the his personality overall.

Most people rather talk and debate about the real issues affacting them like taxes, national security, social issues, and they are right to feel that way...

All birthers have a liberal tendency to redefine the Constitution in a way they see fit. Their arguments are based on interpretive jurisprudence. In essence, they're trying to interpret the meaning of an article, clause, or section in the Constitution that is not expressly defined in the Constitution itself. Instead they'll attempt to use external references as you basis of argumentation. Constitutional conservatives like Justice Scalia are, however, literalists. The Constitution is a binding legal document that is not subject to interpretation using external references. The Constitution expressly states that Congress shall make laws regarding citizenship. Congress has passed two or three laws already to which Ted Cruz specifically qualifies as a natural born citizen. Anything other than what is expressly defined in the Constitution is interpretive jurisprudence.

So if a woman is a US citizen, goes to another country to work a job contract for a few years, her child isn't a citizen or is eligible? I got it. Never mind focusing on the cultural, foreign policy and economic issues we face as a nation. Instead, let us pass a law that says no American mother is allowed to get pregnant if there is any chance they have to leave America to do a job for fear that there children wouldn't be "natural born citizens." Yeah, go liberty!

Why court challenges to Ted Cruz’s qualification for President are doomed to fail...

http://abovethelaw.com/2016/01/birth...ship-cant-win/

And fail they have, over and over and over again...

Illinois throws out Ted Cruz eligibility case...

http://www.redstate.com/diary/ulysse...ard-elections/

http://thehill.com/blogs/ballot-box/...z-eligible-for

Pennsylvania court throws out Ted Cruz eligibility case...

http://lawnewz.com/important/judge-s...one-covers-it/

Texas court in Houston throws out Ted Cruz eligibility case...

http://www.houstonchronicle.com/news...pid=fb-premium

New York state throws out Ted Cruz eligibility case...

http://www.cnn.com/2016/03/07/politi...rther-lawsuit/

Florida throws out Ted Cruz eligibility case...

http://lawnewz.com/high-profile/sorr...ls-in-florida/

Utah throws out Ted Cruz eligibility case...

http://fox13now.com/2016/03/19/judge...-be-president/

New Jersey court throws out Ted Cruz eligibility case...

https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/...ome-president/

And the Supreme Court threw it out too...

http://www.rollcall.com/news/politic...zs-citizenship
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