INTRODUCTION TO NATURAL BORN CITIZEN
First of all, the Constitutional eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama is nota political issue but a very important legal issue that affects all facets of theUnited States government. If you have not read the prologue please do sofor background on the motivation of this book.
This chapter defines the legal term NATURAL BORN CITIZEN andexplains how Barack Hussein Obama is not one. It is required under theU.S. Constitution to be a Natural Born Citizen to be a lawful President andCommander in Chief. Consequently, Obama is usurping the Constitution andis operating above the law, and courts and Congress continue to fail toremove him from the White House as required under the Constitution.The word “Natural” is capitalized and underlined to bring attention to it,because a Natural Born citizen is different than a “born” citizen by law. Asthe reader will see in the Never Vetted Chapter most Congressmen ignorethe legal term “Natural” when referring to Article II, Section 1, Clause 5.Natural Law is a legal theory that the founders prescribed to whendrafting the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution.According to the
American Heritage Dictionary
“natural law is a law orbody of laws that derives from nature and is believed to be binding uponhuman actions apart from or in conjunction with laws established by humanauthority”. The
Oxford Dictionary of Politics
states that Natural Law has “rules of conduct determined by reflection upon human nature, the naturalconditions of human existence, or the requirements of human flourishing.” For example, under natural law a son would inherit the rights andprivileges of his father without having to have a man-made law to declarethis. Natural laws are the unwritten laws of nature, and the divine, andtherefore are immutable.A son would also naturally have allegiance to his father and to hisfather’s allegiances. “They (the Founders) understood that naturalallegiance or allegiance by birth did not depend upon boundaries or place butrather upon parentage. Id. at 364. They also understood that “as long as theparents continue to owe allegiance to the crown of England, so long will theirchildren, by the rules of the common law, whether born within or without thekingdom, owe similar allegiance, and be entitled to the corresponding rightsof citizenship.” Id. at 365. Finally, the Founders understood that eventhough a child may be born on U.S. soil, if he was born of a British father,the Crown of England owed that child the same protection that it owed thefather. Id. at 370-71.