The Obama Family vs. the Family of a Natural Born Citizen

“GRAPHICALLY” EXPLAINED, IN BOTH SENSES OF THE WORD

by John Charlton

(Nov. 8, 2009) — They’re out there, circulating on the web, but The Post & Email will republish them anyway, because they are so eloquent.  For those of you who want visual aides to explain the Natural Born citizenship requirement for holding the U.S. Presidency, and to explain why Barack Hussein Obama is not eligible to be president,  here are 2 stunning graphics.

THE FAMILY OF A NATURAL BORN CITIZEN

The Family of a Natural Born Citizen, the child of which is eligible to be President of the United States (POTUS)

The Family of Barack Hussein Obama, Jr.

Citizen vs Natural Born Citizen

These splendid new graphics were created by an Erica at the http://www.jeffersonsrebels.blogspot.com/ blog.

3 Responses to "The Obama Family vs. the Family of a Natural Born Citizen"

  1. jtx   Monday, November 9, 2009 at 9:08 AM

    As Erica’s lovely Island of Hawaii” graphic shows, it is NOT the place of birth that matters at all, but the “natural born citizen” condition which is established for all time at birth … and Obama surely ain’t got it!!

  2. Erica   Monday, November 9, 2009 at 7:36 AM

    Thanks for posting my graphics. In the interests of accuracy, I highly recommend you delete the blue graphic and replace it with the revised version posted on my web site last night. I did not word the statement about the mother accurately. The correct wording, which is very important, should be as follows:

    http://jeffersonsrebels.blogspot.com/2009/11/graphic-defining-citizen-vs-natural.html
    MOTHER – “Natural born” U.S. citizen because both of her parents were citizens at the time of her birth; how their citizenship was attained is irrelevant. Term was defined by Vattel in “The Law of Nations” and adopted by our Founders when they wrote the Constitution, specifically and only in the eligibility clause for President, and for successors to the office.
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    Mr. Charlton replies: No, thank you, Erica, for all the work you did in those graphics! I have updated the image from your site, as you suggested.

  3. TruthSeeker   Monday, November 9, 2009 at 1:28 AM

    Screw the BC issue,

    Forward this far and wide,

    Spread the word…

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