Octogenarian Asks if Mitt Romney is Eligible…and Able


January 12, 2012

Would Mitt Romney make an effective president and commander-in-chief? Is he constitutionally eligible?

Dear Candidate Romney,

I have just heard a sound bite where you are claiming that Obama “is in over his head.”

I am sorry, sir, but if that IS your view, you are UNFIT for the position of President of the United States!

If you are NOT aware of the Marxist proclivities of this usurper in the Oval Office, may I ask WHERE YOU HAVE BEEN FOR THE PAST FOUR YEARS?

Mr. Obama/Soetoro/Soebarkah/Bounel/whatever? has been groomed his entire life with an Anti-American agenda. He actually told us (at least those who WOULD listen) that he planned on destroying this country so that he could remake it in his [Marxist} image! Granted, he did not use the word “destroy” but how in heck do you “remake” something without tearing it down FIRST? He has been the MOST SUCCESSFUL “president” in my 81 years at getting his program advanced, even if it meant trampling our Constitution and ignoring a willing and mostly compliant Congress!

Mr. Romney, you have just validated my concerns regarding YOUR lack of ability to serve in this office even if you SHOULD be ELIGIBLE; something Obama/etc., IS NOT!


Richard H. Irish

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6 Responses to Octogenarian Asks if Mitt Romney is Eligible…and Able

  1. John Sutherland

    Friday, January 13, 2012 at 11:21 PM

    Thanks for making the point clearly.

  2. Texoma

    Friday, January 13, 2012 at 6:57 PM

    My research indicates that Mitt may not be eligible. His father (George) was born with at least a dual citizenship (US and Mexico) due to his birth in Mexico. US regulations prior to 1952 state that dual citizens needed to “elect” their citizenship upon the age of majority. To date, no one has seen a public document showing George Romney’s election of US citizenship.

    Mitt was born in 1947, and if George Romney (born 1907) never made his election for US citizenship, then Mitt would have been born to a non-US citizen father, which would make him (Mitt) not a natural born citizen and thus ineligible to be President.

  3. RacerJim

    Friday, January 13, 2012 at 10:32 AM

    ^5 Mr. Irish 5^

  4. winnybar

    Friday, January 13, 2012 at 12:51 AM

    No governer has the experience to run the Federal Government. Worst how they have supported major issues is a blank page. Obama’s Senate record is a collection of “present” marks.

    Appellate judges in LA have ruled that the US AttorneyGeneral Holder has the duty to challenge the ineligibility of Obama as President.

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  5. GMScott

    Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 11:03 PM

    Mr. Mitt’s handlers have coached Mitt to keep the rhetoric “peaceful” to NOT appear “extremist” otherwise he will lose the moderate “independents” and his chance to become the next POTUS!

    Supposedly, the moderate independents do not want to hear the plain truth or any real truth that might sound harsh or that might hurt someon’s feelings!

    I’m not sure who these moderate independents are, I suspect that they are a figment of the establishment’s imagination to keep the status quo, but the last thing that this country and the electorate need right now is moderation or compromise of our principles!

    We need the harsh reality of our true situation and a maximum dose of the cure! NO holding back and NO sugar coating! THIS is what the electorate wants and THIS is why they continue to reject Mr. Mitt, and will only settle for him based upon the msm’s continual propagandizing Mitt’s “electability”

  6. cfkerchner

    Thursday, January 12, 2012 at 10:20 PM

    Love him or hate him, my research indicates that Mitt Romney is eligible. His father George Romney was not. But Mitt is. Read the comments and notes in this report.

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