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    Nasty cruz - a 17-year-old first time voter at a New Hampshire town hall meeting for Cruz asked a very reasonable question…



    “How and why, until recently, were you unaware that you were a Canadian citizen?”

    Senator Ted Cruz has repeatedly stated that he has never “naturalized” to the United States, which eliminated the possibility that Ted Cruz is a “naturalized” U.S. Citizen.
    Senator Ted Cruz has also documented the fact that he was not a “native born citizen” of the United States, but rather a “native born citizen” of Canada on December 22, 1970, who maintained his legal Canadian citizenship until May 14, 2014.

    The Harvard opinion letter written by two of Senator Cruz’s Harvard friends, Neal Katyal & Paul Clement, a mere “commentary” on the subject, relies upon the 14th Amendment naturalized citizen at birth concept, despite the fact that Ted Cruz was not “born in or under the jurisdiction of the United States,” was never “naturalized” to the United States, and completely ignoring the fact that Canada prohibited “dual citizenship” in 1970, as well as the fact that “dual citizenship” alone would prevent him from “natural born U.S.” status.

    All of this explains why Senator Ted Cruz has no legal U.S. citizenship documentation of any kind. He is not a “natural born” – “native born” or “naturalized” citizen of the United States. Because someone must be one of the three in order to be a legal citizen of the United States, Senator Ted Cruz cannot possibly be a “legal U.S. citizen” of any form.

    http://www.capitolhilloutsider.com/t...itizen-at-all/


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    Well, I was in a discussion with a Floridian republican on the Natural Born citizen clause. He told me we couldn't do nothing about it. That got me ticked off. It's the Constitution, the highest law of the land, and every citizen is bound to obey it. How can we not obey a single clause in the Constitution? It got me mad so I wrote a small article on it. The Abstract:

    A philosopher's critique of the Republican Party's response to the Natural Born citizen clause in the US constitution. The Republican Party has many excuses such as (1) No court has ruled, (2) they can't do nothing about it, (3) the term is not defined, (4) and that they have no control over elections. The inability to challenge Obama shows the Cowardice of Republicans and that the Republican's own candidates of Cruz and Rubio who are not NBC shows its perfidy. All citizens in a Republic are called to Obey the Constitution. That Ignorance of the Law is no Excuse. That the Republicans can use their own nominating convention. And in the end of all this, shows that the Constitution is dead and America is a Failed State.



    The Republican Party's Response to the Natural Born Citizen Clause: Cowardice, Hypocrisy and Perfidy
    https://www.academia.edu/23179986/Th...sy_and_Perfidy

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