(GyG: As Always, See Reader Responses…) ~ Cruz, Haley, Jindal, Rubio: Flight 2016 Cleared for Takeoff
Cruz, Haley, Jindal, Rubio: Flight 2016 Cleared for Takeoff
American Thinker ^ | 03/13/2013 | Ken Blackwell and Bob Morrison
Posted on Wednesday, March 13, 2013 9:54:15 AM by SeekAndFind
Let’s close down the silly season on presidential eligibility early. Our colleague, Ken Klukowski, is a constitutional lawyer who argues here that newly-sworn-in Texas Sen. Ted Cruz (R) is likely eligible to run for president in 2016. The only question that could arise is the fact the fiery young conservative leader was born in Calgary, Alberta, on Dec. 22, 1970. Let’s see: 1970 makes him thirty-five in 2005. He’s in!
Is the Canadian birthplace a hurdle? Not really. Since at least 1793, such children of American citizens born abroad have been recognized to be American citizens.
Constitutional Scholar Defines Natural Born Citizen(Obama, Jindal, Cruz, Rubio Don’t Qualify)
Posted on Monday, March 11, 2013 3:15:07 PM by Cold Case Posse Supporter
Respected constitutional scholar and lawyer Herb Titus sits down to explain what a true Constitutional Article 2 Section 1 natural born Citizen is. Herb Titus credentials are impeccable when it comes to the matter of Constitutional Law and our founders original intent, especially on the subject of the presidency.
Titus gives a clear understandable meaning of why the founders wanted to have a natural born Citizen ONLY for the presidential requirement to hold the executive office of the United States. It is clear after listening to Herb Titus in the two part video that you will understand why Bobby Jindal, Ted Cruz, Marco Rubio and Barack Obama are not constitutionally eligible to hold the office of the presidency.
Polls: Voters tiring of Bobby Jindal and Barack Obama
Bayoubuzz.com ^ | February 8, 2013 | Jeff Crouere
Posted on Friday, February 08, 2013 4:30:15 PM by Marketfly1
While Obama is a liberal Democrat and Jindal is a Republican, both of these men are relatively young and supposedly intelligent. They are minorities who graduated from Ivy League schools and spent most of their careers in government.
Citizens Call On Jindal To Denounce DHS Reports… (“A group of citizens gathered in Winnsboro Tuesday to ask Gov. Bobby Jindal to speak out against two U.S. Department of Homeland Security reports labeling citizens with traditional American values as potential terrorists.”)
labeling citizens with traditional American values as potential terrorists.
potential vice presidential candidates is drawing new scrutiny to his decades-old writing about an exorcist-type act he claims to have watched as a college student.
Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal is rising as Mitt Romney’s possible pick for vice president, according to campaign sources.
Last month, Americans for Tax Reform President Grover Norquist touted Jindal for the vice presidential slot in an opinion piece for Politico.
Norquist tells me he wrote the piece knowing that “Jindal is a leading option.”
Jindal is rarely mentioned in speculation about Romney’s possible choice. A rising star in the Republican Party, he suffered a setback when he bombed delivering the Republican response to President Barack Obama’s first speech to Congress on Feb. 24, 2009.
Adding Jindal to the Republican presidential ticket would bring to Romney’s fold neither a swing state nor a major ethnic minority. But such political considerations are not foremost in Romney’s mind. He has said he is only interested in choosing a candidate who would make a good president.
Prominent Fox News Channel anchor Bret Baier has posted an explanation on the network’s website of why he believes Barack Obama is eligible to be president.
“Here’s the deal,” wrote Baier, host of “Special Report with Bret Baier.” “The Constitution requires that the president be a ‘natural born citizen,’ but does not define the term. That job is left to federal law, in 8 U.S. Code, Section 1401. All the law requires is that the mother be an American citizen who has lived in the U.S. for five years or more, at least two of those years after the age of 14. If the mother fits those criteria, the child is a U.S. citizen at birth, regardless of the father’s nationality.”
However, Harvard-educated Jerome Corsi, author of Where’s the Birth Certificate? says Baier isn’t quite on track yet.
By Mario Apuzzo, Esq.
April 2, 2012
What is hilarious is how John Woodman, who claims to be a conservative Republican, is running around the internet proclaiming that he has saved the United States, its Constitution, and not only putative President Barack Obama, but also Republicans, Sen. Marco Rubio and Sen. Bobby Jindal (all three were not born to citizen parents, both of whom are citizens of the United States at the time of their birth) from the “Birthers.”
adds that he has proven that Attorney Leo Donofrio’s and my position on the definition of a “natural born Citizen” is nothing but “lies.”
Thou Shalt Not Write Bad Things About Obama [Obama's Character Trait For Hit Back]
Weekly Standard ^ | January 25, 2012 | JONATHAN V. LASTS
Posted on Wednesday, January 25, 2012 10:09:21 PM by Steelfish
Thou Shalt Not Write Bad Things About Obama JAN 25, 2012 • BY JONATHAN V. LASTS
Drudge has a story about Obama getting off of Air Force One in Arizona, greeting Republican governor Jan Brewer, and immediately giving her a piece of his mind. Evidently our president did not appreciate something Brewer wrote about him. According to the pool report, they had a testy exchange from which the president walked away as Brewer was still speaking.
The Rush Limbaugh Show ^ | 1/23/2012 | Rush Limbaugh
Posted on Monday, January 23, 2012 3:50:08 PM by Yossarian
The GOP Establishment in Abject Panic: They Don’t Understand Their Own Base
January 23, 2012
RUSH: Folks, the Republican establishment is in a full-blown panic. And I — and I’m not doing an I-told-you-so. This is a giant I-told-you-so. This is a reminder that I will illustrate. I told you this in almost the exact words you heard on television from Republican consultants and establishment people. I told you this was their fear back on November 10th of last year. They are in an out roar, a panic. They are secretly trying to get Mitch Daniels to get back in the race. There are entreaties being made to Bobby Jindal to get in the race.
Prison Planet.com » Congresswoman: TSA “Screeners” Should Stop Impersonating Federal Law Enforcement Officers
Stripping back the power of the TSA.
Paul Joseph Watson & Alex Jones
Wednesday, December 21, 2011
Lawmakers in Louisiana are calling for National Guard troops to patrol the streets of New Orleans after a toddler was killed in a drive-by shooting. The last time troops were involved in domestic law enforcement in the state, they were used to confiscate legally owned firearms in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Keira Holmes Gordon was caught in the crossfire of two separate groups of men in cars who were targeting another man stood near a B. W. Cooper Housing development on Sunday. The toddler, four days shy of her second birthday, was pronounced dead at the scene.
Citing soaring crime levels, state lawmaker Austin Badon Jr. told CNN he “wants the government to step and help control the violence,” by sending troops to patrol troubled areas, although he admitted that just “a select few people” were responsible for the crimes.
BATON ROUGE — An effort started six months ago to recall Republican Gov. Bobby Jindal has fizzled, but the Opelousas man behind the petition will continue trying to oust the governor by running against him this fall.
Ron Ceasar would have needed to gather more than 908,000 verified signatures by early next week to get a recall election against Jindal. Fewer than five dozen have been registered with the Louisiana secretary of state‘s office.
“We would need all of them by the deadline set. We have only 55 at present, and the deadline is July 5th,” Sailor Jackson, a spokesman for Secretary of State Tom Schedler, said Friday.
No one has ever successfully gathered enough signatures to get a recall election scheduled against a statewide or parishwide official in Louisiana.
A full-time Ph.D. student at Southern University, Ceasar said he and his supporters brought in more signatures than what is on file with the secretary of state’s office, but he acknowledged the recall election won’t happen.
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Gov. Jindal will sign ‘birther‘ bill if it reaches his desk
Gov. Jindal will sign ‘birther’ bill if it reaches his desk
The Times-Picayune ^ | 04/18/2011 | Jan Moller
Posted on Monday, April 18, 2011 6:21:33 PM by Smokeyblue
The bill by state Rep. Alan Seabaugh, R-Shreveport, and Sen. A.G. Crowe, R-Slidell, would require federal candidates who want to appear on Louisiana ballots to file an affidavit attesting to their citizenship, which would have to be accompanied by an “original or certified copy” of their birth certificate.
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Posted on Tuesday, January 04, 2011 8:06:00 AM by radioone
That may seem like an absurd question, but it’s hard to come to any other conclusion when you consider what is happening to our energy industry on the Gulf Coast. As the Wall Street Journal reports today, the Obama Administration may have lifted its ban on drilling in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico, but there are still long delays in getting other permits approved to drill for oil. Why?
No one seems to know.
I need some help on this. I was reading where Bobby Jindal was born to immigrants here on visas. If he was born in Baton Rouge before they became naturalized citizens, wouldn’t that make him ineligible to become President?
I am in a heated argument at another website over this and I need answers to this controversy.
Any help would be appreciated.R.I.O.
Louisiana‘s Indian-American Governor Bobby Jindal has accused President Barack Obama of not being “connected to reality on the ground” during the Gulf oil spill and more focused on its political aftermath.
In a new book titled “Leadership and Crisis,” set to be released Monday, Jindal recounts a pair of private conversations with the president that paint him as consumed with how his actions were being perceived, Politico, the online political newspaper here, reported.
On Obama’s first trip to Louisiana after the disaster, the governor describes how the president took him aside on the tarmac after arriving to complain about a letter that Jindal had sent to the administration requesting authorisation for food stamps for those who had lost their jobs because of the spill.
As Jindal describes it, the letter was entirely routine, yet Obama was angry and concerned about looking bad.
“Careful,” he quotes the president as warning him, “this is going to get bad for everyone.”Jindal asserts that the White House had tipped off reporters to watch the exchange on the New Orleans tarmac that Sunday in May and deemed it a “press stunt” that symbolized what’s wrong with Washington.
“Political posturing becomes more important than reality,” he writes.And after Obama instituted a moratorium on offshore drilling, Jindal recounts that the president dismissed his concerns about the economic impact of the ban.”I understand you need to say all of this, I know you need to say this, that you are facing political pressure,” Jindal quotes Obama telling him.
When the governor said he was concerned about people losing their jobs, he said the president cited national polls showing that people supported the ban.”The human element seemed invisible to the White House,” he writes.
Asked to respond to Jindal’s assertions, Obama aides didn’t directly address
Excerpt Read more at timesofindia.indiatimes.com …