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Sunday, May 20, 2012

So if Obama was born in Kenya?

We have a very sticky issue.  If it is true that he was born in Kenya, he cannot be President.  Simple point of fact end of story.  There is no impeachment, he is just gone.  Now saying that, does that mean that every bill he signed into law becomes void?  That every appointment he made, do they become invalid?  Would he and his backers be criminally liable?  It raises a lot of questions.  Does anyone have the answers?

The following is my personal opinion on the matter.

If Obama was born in Kenya, he cannot under any circumstances be President of the United States of America.

Any and all Bills he signed into Law are Null and Void.

Any Executive Orders he signed are Null and Void.

Any appointments to any position anywhere in the government service, from the Supreme Court, to the various Czars, are Null and Void.

He is Liable for any and funds spent by the United States for his transportation and security.

He is Liable for Fraud, Conspiracy to Commit Fraud, Lying to the government with the intent to commit fraud.

He is Liable for Conspiracy to commit fraud against the contributors to his election campaign.

His Vice-President is not Vice-President and could be Liable for the same as he is.

In short, if Obama WAS born in Kenya, the country doesn't have to worry about ObamaCare, as it was illegally signed by an illegal President, and is therefor Null and Void.

If this IS true and I'm not saying that it is.  The last 3 and a half years of the Obama Presidency is Null and Void and EVERYTHING should be reset back to the status as it was when President George W. Bush Left Office.  Every law, every regulation, every government program EVERYTHING would have to be reset.

Any Legal Scholars out there want to chime in on this?

1 comment:

Tam said...

If your mother is a US citizen, she could give birth to you on the International Space Station and you would still have birthright citizenship.