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    Publisher's note: "Not that there's anything wrong with it."

    A new lawsuit has been filed in Broward County, Florida that challenges Barack Obama's eligibility to be listed on the ballot for the president of the United States. The lawsuit contends that Barack Hussein Obama is a direct threat to the safety and security of the United States and to its Constitution which the plaintiff must protect and defend by oath. The complaint was delivered to the Secretary of State, Ken Detzner today.

    The lawsuit was filed on behalf of Michael Voeltz who is a registered member of the Democratic Party, a voter, and taxpayer in Broward County, Fla. The basis of the lawsuit contends that there is a difference between a citizen and a natural born citizen. Any person born in the USA automatically becomes a citizen, but a natural born citizen means a child born to two American citizen parents, so there will be no divided loyalties. Obama admits that his father was a British citizen, so by his own admission he is not a natural born citizen.

    Circuit Court Judge Terry Lewis had dismissed the lawsuit before the election citing timing before the election. He also stated that the burden of proof that Obama was ineligible rest on Voeltz, but he refused to allow discovery to go forward so that eligibility could be proved or disapproved.

    Obama is not a natural born citizen as required by Article 2, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution because he was born a British subject.

    Barack Obama, Sr. a citizen of the British colony of Kenya, and his children were subject subject to the operation of the British Nationality Act of 1948. By the operation of Part 1, Section 1 Barack Obama, Jr. became a British subject upon birth as a result of his father's citizenship.

    I think that it has been established that what he is calling his Hawaiian birth certificate was a computer generated document. There is also a Kenyan birth certificate on the computer that looks more realistic than the Hawaiian one.

    I know that nothing will come from this lawsuit, but I am glad that some people are fighting back. Perhaps some good will come from it.
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