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Millions of people in this country and around the world believe that Barack Obama is not eligible to hold the office of president.

Our opposition to his presidency has not a damn thing to do with the color of his skin; our opposition rests on the fact that he and his legal team refuse to provide the documents that would prove once and for all that he is eligible for the office of POTUS. The production of these documents would end the speculation that  BHO is not a natural born citizen as required by Article II Section 1 of the Constitution; and still they stonewall.

Is there anyone left that is unaware that it isn’t just about the vault copy of his birth certificate that Obama refuses to release.  All of his records are under “lock and key” including  his college records, health records, college thesis,travel records,  anything that validates his eligibility and citizenship.

In all likelihood, BHO is a naturalized citizen but was never a natural born citizen … a very important distinction.  By his own admission he was born with dual citizenship . . . there is no provision for dual citizens to hold the office of president under our Constitution. His father was a British citizen and his underage mother, although born in this country, would have would have acquired her husband’s citizenship under the law.

Recently, both Keith Olbermann and Stephen Colbert ridiculed  Congressman Bill Posey because he had the temerity to introduce a bill, H.R. 1503 that would remove the possibility of  similar situation  arising with another ineligible candidate running for the office of POTUS.  Colbert referred to “the rumor” that BHO is not a citizen and the odious Olbermann gave Posey the honor of Worst Person in the World.

This bill, requires that proper documentation of all future candidates for president is presented before the candidate’s name is  placed on a ballot.  This would remove the eligibility issue as a reason for questioning the legitimacy of a candidate elected as president.  What’s wrong with that?  Well, I guess that brings us back to Barack, right?

Now we have a second Congressman that has quietly signed onto the bill. WND is reporting:

Now there are two.

A Virginia congressman, very quietly, has signed onto a measure in Congress that would require presidential candidates to verify their eligibility to hold the highest elected office in the United States. Virginia Republican Bob Goodlatte has signed on as a co-sponsor, putting a notice on his website that it’s one of the efforts in which he’s joining.

I wonder how Colbert and Olbermann will handle Bob Goodlatte?  Gotta say, the ridicule is starting to get tiresome and tedious!

You are going to need something new.  Hey guys, instead of trying to deflect our attention, why not address the real issues?