Peacemaker, this post mainly consisted of Senate Resolution 511. A lot of what you object to in the post was material in the Senate Resolution itself. If you want to argue with the Senate, be my guest. Do not argue with me about mistakes the Senate might or might not have made.
SENATE RESOLUTION 511
Whereas the Constitution of the USA states the qualifications of the President, a person must be a ‘‘natural born Citizen’’ of the United States;
Whereas the term ‘‘natural born Citizen’’, as that term appears in Article II, Section 1,is not defined in the Constitution of the United States;
Whereas there is no evidence of the intention of the Framers or any Congress to limit the constitutional rights of children born to Americans serving in the military nor to prevent those children from serving as their country’s President;
Whereas such limitations would be inconsistent with the purpose and intent of the ‘‘natural born Citizen’’ clause of the Constitution of the United States, as evidenced by the First Congress’s own statute defining the term ‘‘natural born Citizen’’;
Whereas the well-being of all citizens of the United States is preserved and enhanced by the men and women who are assigned to serve our country outside of our national borders;
Whereas previous presidential candidates were born outside of the United States of America and were understood to be eligible to be President; (Which presidential candidate was born outside the US and was eligible to be a presidential candidate?)
(John McCain was not born on base. Rather, he was born in a hospital, off base, in one of the larger cities near the base.)
Yes, so what? Again, argue with the Senate, not me.
(Being born on a military base in a foreign country does not qualify the child to be considered an American citizen.)
Now, therefore, be it Resolved,
That John Sidney McCain, III, is a ‘‘natural born Citizen’’ under Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution of the United States . "Born to American citizens.”
(To be considered a 'natural born citizen', one must be born on American soil and be born to two American citizen parents (citizens at the time of the birth of the child).)
The Senate Resolution that was adopted unanimously, with Mr. Obama’s approval, declares that natural born means “born to American citizens.” The plural use of citizens implies that the mother and father are both American citizens.
(The 'Senate Resolution 511' is a 'non-binding resolution' and has no legal merit. It doesn't matter what the 'coffee clutch' decided or assumed. They have no legal right to attempt to over-rule or over-turn any portion of the US Constitution. These actions, in my opinion, were intentionally deceitful and malicious. Of course, Mr. Obama was going to approve the ‘Resolution’. He had a hidden agenda by doing so. A question comes to mind – when did we start governing based on assumptions? This ‘Resolution’, in my opinion should be considered a criminal act.)
This, therefore, disqualifies Mr. Obama. His father was NOT an American. He was born in Kenya , while it was under British rule. Mr. Obama states on his own website that he has dual citizenship.
(Disqualification of Mr. Obama should be based on fact and real law, not ‘trumped up law’.)