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Obama vs Van Irion eligibity venue changed again

In Government on January 25, 2012 at 9:16 AM

Important Hearing Information

The court has changed the location for the hearing again. The new location is:

230 Peachtree Street N.W., Suite 850

Atlanta, Georgia  30303

If you can’t be at the hearing, watch it online.

ARTICLE II SUPER PAC WILL PROVIDE GAVEL TO GAVEL LIVE VIDEO COVERAGE FROM THE BALLOT CHALLENGE HEARING ON JANUARY 26TH

Leo Donofrio, attorney and long time researcher and defender of the Natural Born Citizen Presidential requirement, filed an Amicus Brief with the Georgia Court this week. You can read his brief on his website. The brief is very extensive. I would like to point out a couple interesting excerpts, both from page 25:

“More interesting, perhaps, is that the letter (from John Jay to George Washington) is concerned with the capacity of Commander In Chief… Considering that he called for, “a strong check to the admission of foreigners into the administration of our national government”, it makes sense that the natural-born citizen clause was designed to guarantee a singular allegiance to this nation. Anything less would not be a very strong check at all.”

“If the natural-born citizen clause was intended as a unification of jus soli, and jus sanguinis, we would expect to have at least one Supreme Court decision in our national judicial history, which confirms that the natural-born citizen clause does, in fact, require a unified allegiance , via birth in the country to citizen parents. Minor v. Happersett is that case.”

On Thursday I will be arguing that Minor v. Happersett requires the Georgia Secretary of State to only place names on the ballot of Presidential candidates that are born of two citizen parents. Please join me in person, by video and/or in prayer to support that our Constitution be upheld. Please also continue to encourage your friends and family to join us as Members of Liberty Legal Foundation.

In Liberty,

Co-Founder
LIBERTY LEGAL FOUNDATION

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