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American or party member?

January 8, 2014
Pine Island Eagle

To the editor:

It saddens me to accept the fa t that Americans are more dedicated to a political party than to being an American. Why is it that we accept ideology over facts. Finally, why would be accept a foreign alien to become our president?

Here are some facts to consider:

1. Amendment 14 of the U.S. Constitution plainly states that both the mother and father must be American born nationals to produce a newborn child that may become president. It's the law. Barack Obama's father is from Kenya, his mother a United States citizen which disqualifies Obama's becoming president of the USA. Plus he is a self-proclaimed Kenya citizen.

2. Obama applied to the Fulbright Foundation for a scholarship which he was awarded. The major requirement is that the applicant be a foreign national.

3. Copies of Obama's college transcripts from Occidental College plainly reflects his registration as Barry Sortoro as being a foreign national.

4.Obama's Columbia University's student ID card plainly states across the front of it, that he is a foreign student.

5. During an interview with "60 Minutes," Obama admitted that he was born in Kenya.

6. Why is that Obama would spend upwards of $950,000 of campaign funds to seal his past, unless he had something to hide?

7. During a "Meet the Press" press conference of 09/07/08, he was asked why is it that he refuses to recite the pledge of allegiance to the flag. His response was that he did not wish to be perceived as taking sides. When asked his stance on the national anthem, he stated that it conveys a war-like message.

8. Obamacare passed both the Senate and House of Representatives and signed into law. Laws are not to be changed without proper protocol receiving approval of Congress. Obama has made 14 unauthorized changes without approval, mostly to large contributors and unions.

So where do you stand with America or with a political party?

C. Alexander

Bokeelia

 
 

 

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