“Proof of citizenship is no longer a requirement to become President of the United States.”
Bob Parks at Black & Right notes today that a Clinton appointed judge in Philly has thrown out Attorney Phillip J. Berg’s suit demanding proof of Barack Obama’s citizenship. Parks comments: (emphasis added)
Well, if there was ever something to the whole Barack Obama birth certifcate controversy, we’ll never know the truth….Precedent has now been set. Proof of citizenship is no longer a requirement to become President of the United States. It’s now “unreasonable” to request an authentic birth certificate be presented from the place of its issuance.
While the US Constitution is clear in it’s requirements, and it shouldn’t be considered unreasonable for a candidate who’s raised over $150 million to spend less than $20 to have a birth certificate FedEx’d from Hawaii to a judge in Philadelphia, it looks like the law is in the eye of the beholder.
Michelle Malkin wrote about this matter on June 10, ’08
Andy Martin hasn’t given up though.