Does Ted Cruz Have a “Natural Born Citizen” Issue When It Comes to His Presidential Bid?

Comments by: 1 Dragon

First of all, I am not a Constitutional Lawyer and I don’t play one on TV but since Sen, Ted Cruz announced he was running for President, I have listened to the radio talk jocks and they have talked around the Natural Born Citizen (NBC) issue. Mike Gallagher stated yesterday that Ted Cruz is a NBC because of the Nationality Act of 1940.

We Mike may talk a good game and remember, I am not a Constitutional Lawyer but I find no where in the Nationality Act of 1940 that says anything about a Natural Born Citizen. It does talk about American citizenship and naturalization but not Natural Born Citizens.

After the past 6 years of lies, cover-up, corruption and tyranny from 0bama and his StormTroopers, the ONLY ONE I trust is God.

 

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Many conservative Americans are probably celebrating today and enjoying an “in your face, Democrats” honeymoon phase. At midnight last night, Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) officially announced he will seek the office of the President of the United States. This makes it official and from comments perused on various articles across the internet media, people are taking out their checkbooks to contribute to his campaign.

Before delving any further, a few things need to be made clear. I am not a Democrat nor a Republican. I have no party affiliation. I am an equal opportunity criticizer and a constitutional conservative Christian. My allegiance resides with the Supreme Law of the Land – the Constitution of the united States of America. Regardless of how popular, conservative or constitutional supporting a candidate or elected official claims, they reap criticism when they choose to deviate from their publicly acclaimed stance for any reason.

The issue at hand remains the eligibility of Ted Cruz to run for President under the “natural born citizen” requirement. Yes, Ted Cruz has released his birth certificate indicating he was born in Canada to a US citizen mother. His father, however, was not a US citizen at the time of his birth. Interestingly, claims emerged suggesting Cruz could have dual citizenship – Canadian and US. Cruz stated he would renounce his Canadian citizenship assuming he had dual citizenship.

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RESEARCH REVEALS WARNING FROM VINTAGE AMERICA TO ROMNEY: PICK RUBIO AND YOU WILL LOSE

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CONGRATULATIONS PRESIDENT RON PAUL? – If likely GOP Presidential nominee Mitt Romney selects Marco Rubio as his VP running mate millions of likely GOP voters posting on the internet have stated they will not vote for him because Rubio is not Constitutionally eligible for the seat.  They command that the 2012 election be represented only by Constitutionally eligible, Natural born candidates, therefore, presenting a shocking opportunity for Libertarian candidate, Ron Paul. 

Obama’s ineligibility: Marco Rubio can’t be President or Vice President

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The critical issue for the 2012 election is whether or not a government of the people, by the people and for the people, shall perish from the earth.

The US Government has been hijacked by a self-serving, permanent political class, which considers itself above the law and elections as bothersome formalities temporarily interrupting their plundering of the nation’s wealth.

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Marco Rubio is NOT a Natural Born Citizen

Comments by 1 Dragon
  Don’t get me wrong, I like Marco Rubio but it has been said before……… two wrongs don’t make a right. Reguardless of what the mainstream media or any talk shot host tells you, Marco Rubio may make a great VP but like Obama, he is not a Natural Born Citizen.
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Marco Rubio is not now and never can be a Natural
Born Citizen because his parents were not citizens at the time he was born
precluding him from eligibility for President or Vice-President of the United
States as set forth in the U.S. Constitution:
Article II  Section I  Clause
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“No person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the
United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be
eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any Person be eligible to
that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty-five Years, and
been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States.”