DavePat (Fearless Blue)
| Saturday, August 23, 2008 - 02:24 pm |
Austia no it does not. Read the court documents. The law in effect was the law in 1961 not any law today and even then you are not correct. Unless Obama can produce a valid birth certificate he is not eligable to run period as stated clearly in the filings. Even then he has a major problem still to overcome, the fact his mother took him to indonesia when he was 6 and he was adopted by her new husband, under US law he would have had to reafirm his US citizenship between 18 and 21, something he failed to do. Lastly when he was 20 he travelled to pakistan on his indonesian passport not a US passport - something he did not possess. Under law and common sense one uses a passport from the country they hold citizenship in, under indonesian law then and now no person may hold dual citizenship and the use of their passport is proof that they are a citizen of that country!