Sunday, February 27, 2011

Natural Born Citizen Seeks Certification

Natural Born Citizen Seeks Certification

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NEWS RELEASE
CONTACT: FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE [2/8/2011 6:43 AM]
Steven L Craig
Slcraigre@aol.com
Natural Born Citizen Seeks Certification
February 8, 2011 Oklahoma City, OK – A Response to Show A Cause Order in the US Court of Appeals 10th Circuit has been released to the public today as the paperwork makes its way to the 10th Circuit Court Clerk for filing. The legal definition of the Constitutional idiom “natural born Citizen” is the focus of the suit.
The Appellant, an Oklahoma resident, has spent the last 2 ½ years requesting the Federal Government or the Courts to “certify” him as a natural born Citizen. He argues that if he, born of two American citizen parents on US soil, can not be determined to be natural born Citizen, then no one can be certified as such and therefore no one is eligible to run for the office of US President or Vice-President. Furthermore, he found that the US Citizenship and Immigration Services Administration in the publication, “The Citizen’s Almanac” changed the wording for President/VP eligibility as a “native-born citizen” requirement. He contends that this usurpation of authority to “abridge, enlarge, and/or modify the Constitutional “idiom” of natural born Citizen (US Constitution Clause V, Section I, Article II) further dilutes the question of who is eligible to run for President. He has requested the Supreme Court as the Constitutional authority to resolve this issue by finally defining the “idiom”.
When he was asked why he thought it was important to publicly release the current filings, he explained that it was an issue of both national security and for his own protection. “The public needs to know.”
This “Response” is a must read for all those who follow or are engaged in politics in the US.
To read the “Response” online, visit;
http://www.scribd.com/collections/2850258/USCA-10th-Circuit-11-9501

1 comment:

myveryownpointofview said...

Whoa. Hello! I find this a very interesting move.