BARACK OBAMA BIRTH CERTIFICATE: Suit contesting Obama's citizen...

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The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Friday whether to take up a lawsuit challenging President-elect Barack Obama 's U.S. citizenship, a continuation of a New Jersey case embraced by some opponents of Obama's ...
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American Lady

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Nov 28, 2012
 
Statement by Secretary Napolitano on President Obama's Intent to Nominate David Heyman as Assistant Secretary for Policy and her Appointment of Arif Alikhan as Assistant Secretary for Policy Development
Release Date: April 24, 2009

http://www.dhs.gov/news/2009/04/24/secretary-...

Hezbollah Defender Arif Alikhan Appointed By Team Obama To DHS
October 8, 2009
http://www.militantislammonitor.org/article/i...

Homeland Security ???
Justice Dale

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Nov 28, 2012
 
Ellen1 wrote:
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The meaning of "subject to the jurisdiction" has been defined by the US Supreme Court to mean subject to the laws. Everyone in the USA is subject to the laws of the USA except for foreign diplomats and their families.
which was a change to the constitution, the USSC does not have this authority.
"Subject to the jurisdiction, thereof", means the Constitution, aliens have never been subject to it, if so they would be called citizens.
Ark is not worth the paper it was written on.
Justice Dale

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Nov 28, 2012
 
Ellen1 wrote:
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Yes, but Amendment 14 does NOT say "subject to the Constitution." It says:
"All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof..."
Everyone in the USA is subject to the USA. As for the Constitution, that MAY be a different matter. But everyone in the USA except for foreign diplomats and their families is subject to the laws and powers of the USA. If a person in the USA were not subject to the USA, she or he would not have to obey our laws.
It sure does!
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Nov 28, 2012
 
Ellen1 wrote:
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Yes, but Amendment 14 does NOT say "subject to the Constitution." It says:
"All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof..."
Everyone in the USA is subject to the USA. As for the Constitution, that MAY be a different matter. But everyone in the USA except for foreign diplomats and their families is subject to the laws and powers of the USA. If a person in the USA were not subject to the USA, she or he would not have to obey our laws.
the jurisdiction over the US government is the Constitution.
Justice Dale

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Wrong.
A foreign nation can't "intervene" on behalf of its citizens while they are in the United States. It is called sovereignty.
The hell they can't, we have done it many times, but Obama sure dropped the ball with Benghazi.

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Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Did we declare war on North Vietnam, Panama, Grenada, Iraq, etc.?
"No South Korean representatives signed the agreement, which was always intended as a temporary measure."
http://www.rferl.org/content/The_End_Of_The_K...
Silly Libtards, they think that if we simply remove our soldiers from an area, the war ends?
There are only two ways any wars ends. A peace treaty or capitulation.
Nope. We did not. Ergo, there was never a war, but there were armistices.

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Justice Dale wrote:
<quoted text>The hell they can't, we have done it many times, but Obama sure dropped the ball with Benghazi.
The State Dept. may ask for consideration, but the U.S. has no jurisdiction in a foreign nation. That doesn't mean we haven't acted otherwise, but it was usually unlawful. If a host nation gives leave, such as with Noriega, then we're OK. But sometimes we have had to use less obvious means to extract or otherwise influence a citizen in another country.
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Nov 28, 2012
 
Gay family: Evolutionary suicide or breakthrough?
28.11.2012


"The international community" headed by the U.S. and EU calls on all countries, including Russia, for tolerance towards "minorities." How far can this tolerance go? Today there are increasingly more talks about "the need to understand" pedophiles. Will the society's willingness to accept such demands lead to an evolutionary suicide?

The gay issue in the world has become acute yet again. In France, mass demonstrations were held against the government's intention to legalize gay marriage. In Great Britain, the spiritual head of the Anglican Church, Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams, has resigned. According to local media he left his post because of his inability to cope with homosexuality among the clergy.

http://english.pravda.ru/society/family/28-11...
Justice Dale

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Nov 28, 2012
 
Terry Buckeye wrote:
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The State Dept. may ask for consideration, but the U.S. has no jurisdiction in a foreign nation. That doesn't mean we haven't acted otherwise, but it was usually unlawful. If a host nation gives leave, such as with Noriega, then we're OK. But sometimes we have had to use less obvious means to extract or otherwise influence a citizen in another country.
The US Constitution has jurisdiction over our citizen, no matter where they are.

“Facts trump speculation”

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Justice Dale wrote:
<quoted text>hahahaha!!! There goes 12,000+ treaties down the crapper.
Aliens are still citizen of their country of origin, until naturalized, their country can intervene on their behalf when needed.
Sorry, loser, if an alien violates US law within the US, the foreign country has no authority to overrule US law. Their home country can jump up and down and have a tantrum, but if an alien is convicted of e.g., a capital crime and is sentenced accordingly, that alien gets the needle.
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If a person is not a US citizen per US law, that person must be naturalized in order to become a US citizen. It has nothing to do with foreign law. Even a stateless person who is not a US citizen would need to be naturalized in order to become a US citizen. Foreign law is irrelevant.

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Justice Dale wrote:
<quoted text>The US Constitution has jurisdiction over our citizen, no matter where they are.
Uh, No it doesn't. If that was the case, there wouldn't be U.S. citizens in prisons around the world.

“Facts trump speculation”

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Justice Dale wrote:
<quoted text>hahahaha!!! There goes 12,000+ treaties down the crapper.
Aliens are still citizen of their country of origin, until naturalized, their country can intervene on their behalf when needed.
Tell that to Humberto Leal Garcia, moron.
wojar wrote:
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If a person is not a US citizen per US law, that person must be naturalized in order to become a US citizen. It has nothing to do with foreign law. Even a stateless person who is not a US citizen would need to be naturalized in order to become a US citizen. Foreign law is irrelevant.

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Nov 28, 2012
 
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Did we declare war on North Vietnam, Panama, Grenada, Iraq, etc.?
"No South Korean representatives signed the agreement, which was always intended as a temporary measure."
http://www.rferl.org/content/The_End_Of_The_K ...
Silly Libtards, they think that if we simply remove our soldiers from an area, the war ends?
There are only two ways any wars ends. A peace treaty or capitulation.
Terry Buckeye wrote:
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Nope. We did not. Ergo, there was never a war, but there were armistices.
Was there an armistice after the Vietnam War? NO! Why not? Because South Vietnam surrendered!!!
Was there an armistice after the Panama incident? NO! Why not? Well, we captured Noriega!!!
How about Grenada? NO! Why not? Cause the Cubans surrendered and the Constitution government re-installed!!!
How about Iraq? NO! Why not? Because we capture Saddamn Hussein and he was executed and a constitution government was elected!!!
Again, a war, whether declared or not, is not over until someone surrenders or there is a peace treaty.

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Nov 28, 2012
 
Justice Dale wrote:
<quoted text>The US Constitution has jurisdiction over our citizen, no matter where they are.
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Uh, No it doesn't. If that was the case, there wouldn't be U.S. citizens in prisons around the world.
We can not stop other countries from imprisoning our citizens. But we can criminally charge American citizens abroad. Why, did you know of anyone that got court-martialed in the Marines overseas?
If you are a member of NATO, if you are in another NATO country, you can not be arrested by the host nation unless we say they can. In Japan we have had Marines and Sailors rape Japanese women and the Japanese usually ask for custody and we usually give it but we do not have to.
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Nov 28, 2012
 
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
Rogue Scholar 05 wrote:
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Did we declare war on North Vietnam, Panama, Grenada, Iraq, etc.?
"No South Korean representatives signed the agreement, which was always intended as a temporary measure."
http://www.rferl.org/content/The_End_Of_The_K ...
Silly Libtards, they think that if we simply remove our soldiers from an area, the war ends?
There are only two ways any wars ends. A peace treaty or capitulation.
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Was there an armistice after the Vietnam War? NO! Why not? Because South Vietnam surrendered!!!
Was there an armistice after the Panama incident? NO! Why not? Well, we captured Noriega!!!
How about Grenada? NO! Why not? Cause the Cubans surrendered and the Constitution government re-installed!!!
How about Iraq? NO! Why not? Because we capture Saddamn Hussein and he was executed and a constitution government was elected!!!
Again, a war, whether declared or not, is not over until someone surrenders or there is a peace treaty.
Oh, come on Lifer. You are avoiding me.

You said that we are still at war with North Korea. I have asked you twice for the date the USA declared war on North Korea. Where is your answer?

Is this going to be yet another one of your F-ups???

“Facts trump speculation”

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Justice Dale wrote:
<quoted text>which was a change to the constitution, the USSC does not have this authority.
"Subject to the jurisdiction, thereof", means the Constitution, aliens have never been subject to it, if so they would be called citizens.
Ark is not worth the paper it was written on.
A "change" to the Play Law interpretation of the Constitution is of no moment, even if Play Justice Dale is wearing his Play Justice costume.
Ellen1 wrote:
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The meaning of "subject to the jurisdiction" has been defined by the US Supreme Court to mean subject to the laws. Everyone in the USA is subject to the laws of the USA except for foreign diplomats and their families.

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Nov 28, 2012
 
I guess Obama has no cents of humor.

"Obama in Pee Pee" up to $11,300, removed by eBay
This morning Glenn decided to put his Ďartí up for auction, and during the radio program today "Obama in Pee Pee" went online to the highest bidder. Within minutes bids reached $11,300 but then the auction came to a screeching halt. eBay abruptly closed the auction - Glenn reacts on radio today.
http://www.glennbeck.com/2012/11/28/ebay-remo...
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Nov 28, 2012
 
Johannes wrote:
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Oh, come on Lifer. You are avoiding me.
You said that we are still at war with North Korea. I have asked you twice for the date the USA declared war on North Korea. Where is your answer?
Is this going to be yet another one of your F-ups???
The only F-up I see is your asinine question. Are you seriously saying that you cannot follow what RS was/is saying?

“life under BO”

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Nov 28, 2012
 
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That's an intelligent reply?
Wasn't that you in "Deliverance" as ned beatty's double?

“life under BO”

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Nov 28, 2012
 
Poppo wrote:
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I have no desire to move anywhere Rogue. California seems as good a place as any in the world as far as Iím concerned. At least for me itís been, but to presume me or anyone else is better off here than ďanyĒ country in Africa would suggest you have not only an extensive knowledge of the economic stability or standard living in every country in Africa, but an inner knowledge of my economic circumstances and desires as well. Simply said you have no idea where I would be better off.
Not for me, but case in point;
ďI never felt that I belonged in America, but I didnít think of actually leaving until after my second visit in the summer of 1999. By then, I knew Africa was where I wanted and needed to be; it was my natural habitat. Simplicity, humane people, low crime, less stress, relaxed rules, temperate weather, cultural norms, better diet, natural lifestyle; all of these and more, just calling my name. Also, I felt my calling as a community organizer and educator would be more needed and better appreciated in Africa.Ē
http://blackexpat.com/new/magazine-archives/2...
Put down the crack pipe, you've totally flipped.

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May 12, 2011 Ė More than 400000 women were raped in a 12-month period in 2006-07, according to a new study.
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