Birther questions

As I write this on Constitution Day, there is a devious ruse and smoke and mirrors at work in the media and by Hillary Clinton — namely the birther issue or theory.

It is totally unimportant, a non-issue. It was raised to shift attention from the health issue, lies, criminality, etc., of the wicked witch of the East.

As it is Constitution Day, let us look at Article II, Section I as it pertains to electing a president. It states: “No person except a natural born citizen shall be eligible to the office of president, etc.”

The key is natural born. The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled twice it is a person born of two U.S. citizens (male and female). Period.

That means Barack Obama is not a natural-born citizen; hence, an imposter or fraud to the presidency. How so, Desbien?

B.O.’s father was never a U.S. citizen. He was a Kenyan, hence also a British subject. As an aside, he was a Marxist Muslim.

B.O.’s mother had communist leanings. It’s immaterial as to where B.O. was born; only important as to whom he was born.

As I said before, B.O. is a usurper.

By the same criterion, Ted Cruz is not legally eligible to be president. How so, Desbien?

Ted’s father was a Cuban in Houston when he married Ted’s mother who was a U.S. citizen. They moved to Edmonton, Canada, where Ted was born. Where he was born is of no consequence, only the “natural born” issue. They moved back to Houston where Ted’s father then become a U.S. citizen; i.e., to late for Ted to legally be president.

I hope this has clarified the birther hoax for a few of you out there, at least those with an open mind. As pertains to the U.S., politicians, etc., let me leave you with a simple saying that speaks volumes of truth.

“The donkey can not save America. The elephant can not save America. Only the Lamb can save America.”

Amen. Even so, come quickly, Jesus.

Don Desbien,

Palco