OFF ON THE RIGHT FOOT:  After four years under an illegally ensconced Obama administration, Mitt Romney courageously heeds widespread warnings against choosing an ineligible vice-presidential candidate and wisely picks Paul Ryan as his running mate.
Commentary by Penbrook Johannson
Editor of The Daily Pen
NEW YORK, NY – After four painful years, America will finally get a second chance to vote for a constitutionally eligible administration.
Mitt Romney’s announcement that Paul Ryan will be his 2012 running mate not only establishes unassailable legitimacy to his candidacy, it violently casts his lawless opponent into outer otherness and essentially brands Obama as the illegitimately elected political enemy of America that he is, while stripping him of the protection provided by a psychotic liberal media.
Foremost, with Romney as President, America can finally have a legitimate discussion about policy under the guise of its legitimacy, without first having to eradicate some illegally-elected, criminal usurper who autonomously decreed it.  That’s how far America has fallen under Obama’s criminal regime.  Mitt Romney is not the best candidate for president, but should be awarded the presidency simply for standing up to lies about Constitutional eligibility and for casting rotten, despicable politics aside.
Despite the transient liberal storm of delusional lust for social justice and racial relevance in politics, Romney still obeyed the law and picked the left’s poster-boy target for their deranged contempt and hatred…a handsome, rich, Anglo-American, heterosexual, Christian male from Wisconsin.
Sorry Obots.  Romney wasn’t able to pick someone from America’s “protected class”.  There simply are no black, homosexual, “undocumented”, atheist Republicans serving in American government.
However, in choosing Ryan, Romney has also challenged Americans with character and set a crucible of righteousness before us all, and he didn’t sign an executive order to do it.
Now, it’s up to us.  He made the right choice.  Will we the people?
Unlike the illegitimate policies and foul laws signed by Obama, no matter how popular they may be with a deranged liberal consensus, Romney’s presidency cannot be undermined by accusations of ineligibility.  Romney can’t be called a cheater like Obama.
When seeking the highest executive office in U.S. government, both candidates for president and vice president must be natural born citizens to be eligible to hold that office, as mandated by Article II of the U.S. Constitution.  Regardless of their political popularity, or skin color, if either candidate is not a natural-born citizen defined by being born on U.S. soil to two citizen parents, the ticket is illegal and, if later elected, illegitimate.
Along with evidence that Obama is a foreign born alien and that he may have become a naturalized Indonesian citizen as a boy, Obama’s alleged father, Barack Obama Sr., was never a U.S. citizen.  Any of these three conditions disqualifies Obama from being president, retroactively, making every law passed under his false administration illegal and void.
By picking Paul Ryan, Romney correctly agreed with the sardonic warnings from the most powerful class of citizenry on the planet about “siding with Obama’s lies” on the eligibility issue.  It is estimated that if Romney had picked an ineligible candidate like Marco Rubio or Bobby Jindal, he would have lost approximately 14 million “vintage American” votes from patriot citizens who have, without hypocrisy, condemned Obama’s lack of constitutional eligibility.  Both of these men, like Obama, are not legally qualified to serve in the executive office because they are not natural born citizens.
Romney’s pick says, “I heard you, America.  Obama is an unconstitutional president and I refuse to support his illegitimacy by allowing our candidacy to become illegitimate too.”
Romney’s pick of Ryan is courageous because Rubio would have been a far more politically popular choice with a vast number of former Obama-supporting Hispanic voters and Jindal is simply one of the most talented, hardworking administrators in American government…and Romney did the right thing by making the “constitutional” choice.
Unlike Obama, however, Rubio and Jindal are worthy of their success and America’s highest praise and political support insofar as their record of service to America is concerned.  It would have been wrong of Romney to put them in a position which forced them to violate the law for political expediency.  Truth and justice will eventually devour Obama and destroy his legacy for his crimes against America.  It would have been unfair of Romney to put Rubio or Jindal is such peril.
Therefore, in the absence of an Article II amendment to the U.S. Constitution enhancing the definition of presidential eligibility while protecting American sovereignty as our founders intended, Romney was forced to do the right thing by picking a man like Ryan, and a resounding kudos to him.
More importantly, we should all give a standing ovation to Rubio for supporting and embracing Romney’s adherence to the Constitution.   Of course, many agree that Rubio is probably the better man for the job, politically and socially speaking…but the constitution is the law.  If we don’t like it, we can change it through a fair legal process.  If we ignore it, or intentionally violate it, we get…well…an imposter…a liar…a usurper…a destroyer…a Barack Obama.
Romney’s choice of Ryan as a VP candidate is the first step in repairing the massive damage to our government which was so despicably and repulsively violated in 2008 by the most prolific fraud in American history.
On the other hand, if the lying consensus is able to illegally re-elect Barack Obama in November, again, pending investigations of certain voter fraud, it will get what it deserves…what it has always had…emptiness, poverty and despair, while being forced to watch God save the rest of us.


  1. Excellent post. Frankly, I am relieved with the Ryan pick. Last month, I had written the RNC re my concern about Jindal’s and Rubio’s constitutional eligibility. Am inclined to believe that many, many others transmitted a similar concern to the RNC. Had Rubio or Jindal been tapped, I, like many other patriots, would have been compelled to stay home in November. Not a choice I was happy with, but a choice my consience could not shake. Again, I am relieved.

    I pray Americans still value character over bread and circuses. That remains to be seen, of course.

    • Thanks for your comments. I had the same concerns but would have voted for someone else. There is no perfect choice, but to re-elect O would be death to America.

      • If a voter violates the Constitution and his oath to uphold it, he fails himself and the nation. NOT voting for Obama by voting for an ineligible candidate would be inexcusable. And aside from Obama-Biden or Romney-ineligible VP, what other presidential choice would there have been on the ballot?

  2. We CANNOT HAVE another ineligible person running for anything higher than a damn mayor.

  3. I think it was a good choice, but I also think there is alot more to it than we know. Rush said it best, “Ryan is possibly our last boy scout”. I agree. Don’t get me wrong, he’s a politician, but he has tried to make a difference and doesn’t seem afraid of Obumma and his dog pack. They are the lesser of 2 evils at this point, but my concern is that if they start getting too far ahead, building too much steam and a larger following, Obumma could go into desperation mode.

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