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Bloomberg Reporter Andres R. Martinez Advocates Repeal of "Natural-Born" Presidential Requirement

Published on January 21, 2013, by in General.

Andres R. Martinez, a Bloomberg News reporter, has this essay, advocating that the United States repeal the part of Article II that says only natural born citizens are eligible for the presidency. The essay also explores the meaning of that phrase.

The essay assumes that John McCain was born in the Panama Canal Zone, but there is convincing evidence that he was actually born in Colon, Panama, a city which was not in the Panama Canal Zone even though it bordered the zone. Thanks to How Appealing for the link.

2 Responses

  1. Demo Rep

    NBC = AT BIRTH allegiance to a regime via father – for thousands of years.

    Naturalization = AFTER BIRTH change in allegiance to another regime – for thousands of years – esp. during/since the about 1,000 years of the DARK AGE – A.D. 400s to AD 1400s.

    Too many moron lawyers and judges to count.

  2. natural born citizen party

    – sorry that I contributed and voted for McCain — Perot had a problem with McCain from long ago POW release days.

    also fyi
    Strunk has another hearing in state court tomorrow in Brooklyn (Kings Cty Supreme) and the USCA-DCC has his mandumus original proceeding before the same judge who holds in his hands the only known still active trial court case from the 2008 election.

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