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The Author is mistaken Obama is not a Natural Born Citizen. Justia is a Legal Document and Law Case History website which has become a Go To source for most bloggers and lawyers needing a quick resource for citation has deliberately tampered with the citations and text of case(s) that inure to Minor v. Happersett. This is the only Case that SCOTUS has ever ruled on that is directly on point to the requirements of Article 2 of the Constitution on the definition of a Natural Born Citizen! Yes, changing SCOTUS Case Documents is a Federal Crime, several members of the Legal Community are following up on this most grievous subversion of our Legal System.

This tampering occurred in the run up to the 2008 election, this SCOTUS case affirmed that Natural Born Citizens are children born to Citizens and are defined as the Mother and Father or Parent(s) must both be Citizens at the time of the Child's birth. In the case of an unknown Father the Mother's citizenship would be sufficient. Obama by releasing the truly flawed and faulted document declared himself ineligible to be President. Not to be one who would let a little trifle as this ruin his chances, he had the Federal Election Commission declare a "person" born under his circumstances declared a Citizen! Why let SCOTUS rule when he can do so by caveat, long live the KING.

An intriguing possibility If his Father was Frank Marshal Davis he would be a Natural Born Citizen. Sweet Irony Indeed, hoisted on his own Petard, Pity the Poor Fool that cannot tell the difference between a Turd and a Truffle!

Flavius_Maximus, American Thinker 22 Comments [11/11/2011 9:18:15 AM]
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Incoherence Maximus, more like.

11/11/2011 9:52:53 AM

J. James

Something tells me that if McCain was elected, no one would give a shit that he was born in the Panama Canal zone to American parents.

Also, the President was born in Hawaii. Just FYI.

11/11/2011 11:15:12 AM


Ironic website name is ironic.

11/11/2011 11:35:06 AM


Meh, this bullshit is old bullshit.

11/11/2011 12:10:51 PM


Just another birther. At least these will eventually lose their interest when somebody else gets their turn to be the guy to be blamed at the white house.

11/11/2011 4:30:05 PM


So each and every one of the hundreds or thousands of Web sites that post SCOTUS decisions were tampered with? A conspiracy this vast could just make the birthers disappear.

Oh, and produce a bulletproof birth certificate.

There's not a lot of thinking going on at American Thinker.

11/11/2011 4:54:38 PM

Percy Q. Shunn

11/11/2011 9:16:56 PM

Doubting Thomas

Oh just give it a rest already. Nobody's even listening to you people any more, except other birthers.

The sad thing is that after Obama wins a second term (likely, given the clowns running in the Republican party), we'll have to hear about this for another four years.

11/11/2011 9:24:53 PM


What a moron...
The case he cites details how women may be "citizens" but being a citizen did not automatically grant them the right to suffrage. In 1874 when the case was decided it may have been right however since then numerous amendments were added and thus nullified the decision. The case does NOT define "natural born" citizen, it just functions as a obsolete justification of why women were not allowed to vote. These stupid assholes need to learn how to read.

11/12/2011 1:25:48 AM

J. James

@Doubting Thomas

I wouldn't be so shure of that hypothetical "Second Term" if I were you. Obama is an incumbent that has massive unemployment, a stagnant economy, literal unrest in the streets and a disgruntled base. Greater presidents than he have been ousted under such circumstances.

Oh, wait, that assumes that the Republicans are both competent and sane. AHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA, silly me!

11/12/2011 2:20:15 AM


American Thinker? If this passes for a thinker in America, I should weep for it's future. The punctuation alone can bring down vast civilizations.

11/12/2011 5:28:10 AM

Raised by Horses

@J. James


11/12/2011 7:28:55 AM


As others have said... what a spectacularly ironic website name.

I'm also curious as to why he has taken the name of either the Roman emperor who presided over the sack of the city by the Vandals in the fifth century, or the sixth-century Roman senator who was believed to have betrayed Rome to the Ostrogoths... neither are exactly shining examples of anything in particular except incompetence. Appropriate, really!

11/12/2011 9:11:13 AM

J. James

@Raised by Horses

My favorite part of that Rick Perry fiasco is when he confidently counts out on his fingers, One! Two!...


 oh shit...

And then Ron Paul randomly gesticulates five on his hands, like he's been getting high off the helium in the Ron Paul blimp. And Rick Perry's like, "Oh! I have it! Wait, five? What's this lunatic talking about? Who even lets him in these things anyway? Fuck. Now I can't remember what it was."

11/12/2011 10:37:44 AM

Let me see. His mother was American, born in Hawaii, so?

11/12/2011 10:57:54 AM

Brendan Rizzo

@ Serenissima:

Well, "Flavius" means blond, and "Maximus" means big, so maybe he wasn't naming himself after anyone in particular. Of course, that implies that a person this stupid has any knowledge of a language other than English...

11/12/2011 1:46:32 PM

Comrade Potatovich

@Brendan Rizzo
I wouldn't be so sure, after all, the Romans often had names that resembled trivial nouns - just look at Biggus Dickus.

11/12/2011 2:31:33 PM

@J. James
Actually Paul did five because he wants to eliminate 5 government departments, if only Perry had agreed with it then he could have looked like even more a fool than he was.

11/13/2011 2:48:27 AM


"...Pity the Poor Fool that cannot tell the difference between a Turd and a Truffle!"

Indeed, but we differ upon who is that fool.

11/13/2011 10:21:54 AM

Flavius needs to learn the difference between a proper and common noun, amongst other things.

11/13/2011 2:23:15 PM


The continual abuse of the poor upper case letters in this post makes me think that Flavius has been spending too much time on TV Tropes.

11/14/2011 2:05:34 AM

Doubting Thomas

@Raised by Horses & J. James:

The thing that really irritates me is that everyone's focusing on his brain fart and not the fact that he wants to cut education.

11/14/2011 8:12:39 AM

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