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    HUGE: The FOIA documents on Obama's father

    55 pages can be found here:

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/54015762/Bara ... ation-File

    These documents answer a lot of questions about why so much "didn't make sense" in the President's background.

    I also think the documents strongly support the notion that there was never a legitimate marriage and therefore, Barack Obama had only one parent from whom to draw citizenship. His American mother.

    You have to believe that the Clintons
    a) Got their hands on this information; and
    b) Would have pursued Obama's non-eligibility in a heartbeat if they thought they had a solid case.

    Highlights of the documents as written up by a blogger, but using the docs original obtained under FOIA by a Boston Globe reporter:

    http://sweetness-light.com/archive/obam ... st-non-phd

    [b]Dad’s Immigration File Offers More Evidence Of Obama’s Birthplace
    By Heather Smathers – Independent Staff Writer
    April 27, 2011

    – Documents obtained from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service through a Freedom of Information Act request offer evidence that President Barack Obama was born in Hawaii.

    A memo dated Aug. 31, 1961 from William Wood of Immigration and Naturalization Services indicates that Barack Obama, Sr., was attending the University of Hawaii on a student visa and that a son, Barack Obama, II, was born in Honolulu on Aug, 4, 1961.

    The memo refers to Obama Sr.’s plans to attend the University of Hawaii for one more year to obtain his bachelor’s degree in economics, and that his spouse, a United States citizen, plans to work at the university.

    “They have one child born Honolulu on 8/4/1961 – Barack Obama II, child living with mother (she lives with her parents & subject resides at 1482 Alencastre St.),

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    Re: HUGE: The FOIA documents on Obama's father

    Quote Originally Posted by FreedomFirst
    I also think the documents strongly support the notion that there was never a legitimate marriage and therefore, Barack Obama had only one parent from whom to draw citizenship. His American mother.
    That will work in the U.K., when his birth certificate from the British Protectorate of Kenya is officially requested, released, and recognized.

    But in the U.S., the birth record names the father of record, supposedly the biological father, as named by the mother. A birth record in the U.S. is not limited to the niceties of a legitimate marriage.

    But that doesn't matter, because the newest revision of the LFBC from Hawaii is a counterfeit

    The previous revision stated,
    • Birthplace: Kenya;Registered HRS 338-17.8 per grandmother
    Of course, that was cropped out in the 4/11/11 revision, released on 4/27/11.
    One man's terrorist is another man's undocumented worker.

    Unless we enforce laws against illegal aliens today,
    tomorrow WE may wake up as illegals.

    The last word: illegal aliens are ILLEGAL!

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    Re: HUGE: The FOIA documents on Obama's father

    Quote Originally Posted by MinutemanCDC_SC
    Quote Originally Posted by FreedomFirst
    I also think the documents strongly support the notion that there was never a legitimate marriage and therefore, Barack Obama had only one parent from whom to draw citizenship. His American mother.
    That will work in the U.K., when his birth certificate from the British Protectorate of Kenya is officially requested, released, and recognized.

    But in the U.S., the birth record names the father of record, supposedly the biological father, as named by the mother. A birth record in the U.S. is not limited to the niceties of a legitimate marriage.

    But that doesn't matter, because the newest revision of the LFBC from Hawaii is a counterfeit

    The previous revision stated,
    • Birthplace: Kenya;Registered HRS 338-17.8 per grandmother
    Of course, that was cropped out in the 4/11/11 revision, released on 4/27/11.
    Where are you getting the "previous revision" information from?

    The birth record can name a father whether he's not married to the mother or in an illegitimate (null and void) marriage or in a legitimate marriage. But it can't overcome the BNA 1948 which is quite specific about the citizenship that a U.K. father can pass on to a child. Namely, the U.K. (Kenyan colonial) citizenship could only be passed to a child born of a legitimate marriage. If the legitimate marriage didn't exist -- and the Immigration and Naturalization Service was setting its sights on challenging the bona fides of the Dunham-Obama marriage as these documents now obtained from FOIA clearly show -- then Obama could not take any citizenship from his father.

    This is really a simple concept.

    So,
    IF he was born in Hawaii; and
    IF Stanley Ann Dunham was a U.S. citizen; then
    the ONLY citizenship her son could take was U.S. citizenship.

    [quote]“I. Children born of the subjects of one power in the territory of another. 2. Illegitimate children born of a foreign mother. 3. Foreign women who have married the subject of a State. Upon these points the doctrine in United States, is, 1, That children of foreigners born here are American citizens if they elect to declare themselves so, whilst the children of American citizens born abroad are themselves citizens of the United States, unless the 14th amendment has changed this doctrine, upon which there is a difference of opinion; 2, Illegitimate children belong to the State of which the mother was the subject; and 3, Except in the United States, the nationality of a wife is merged in that of her husband, so that in those countries, when a woman marries a foreigner she loses her own nationality and acquires his; but here a native woman marrying a foreigner remains the subject of the State, though an alien woman marrying a citizen of the United States becomes herself naturalized, unless she continue throughout her husband’s lifetime, a non-resident. Hall’s Inter. Law, secs. 68, 69, 70. [i]“Notes on a Course of Lectures on Vattel’s Law of Nations

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