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Top Ten Things That You Should Know About Barack H. Obama's US Citizenship

Friday, April 3, 2009

This article is a good read.
He admits he was born to an American mother and a British subject, suggesting dual citizenship at best-1. If he was not born on U.S. soil, and his mother was a minor, she was ineligible to convey US citizenship-2. Under the British Nationality Act of 1948, he was born a British Citizen-3. His paternal grandmother claims to have attended his birth in Kenya-4. Kenya memorializes his place of birth.
Read more at http://defendourfreedoms.org/flysheet.html.
posted by John, 10:26 PM

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