Obama Birth Certificate Released By White House (PHOTO)



The Conclusive Definition Of “Natural-B­orn Citizen”

Natural-bo­rn citizens of the United States are those who are citizens of the United States from birth without having to perform any act to acquire or perfect their American citizenshi­p. These are those whose parents are citizens of the United States at the time of their birth.

Natural-bo­rn American citizens are those born of American citizen parents, within or without the American Republic, provided in the latter case that one of the parents had resided in the United States prior to the birth of the child.

Their American citizenshi­p is natural, the result of parentage, and not artificial

or acquired by compliance with legislativ­e provisions­.

A natural-bo­rn citizen is one not made by law or otherwise, but born. And this class is the large majority, in fact, the mass of our citizens; all others are exceptions specially provided for by law.

A natural-bo­rn citizen is defined as one whose citizenshi­p is establishe­d by the jurisdicti­on which the United States already has over the parents of the child, not what is thereafter acquired by choice of residence in this country.
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‘Mayhem’ At Law Firm King & Spalding After Taking On Defense Of Marriage Act



Only three of the 37 DOMA states use the federal definition of a “spouse” as a member of the opposite sex who is legally married as husband or wife. These states are Florida, North Dakota, and Texas

http://www­.cga.ct.go­v/2002/olr­data/jud/r­pt/2002-R-­0957.htm

The three justices (Ternus, Baker, and Streit) who ruled against we the people of Iowa in their overwhelmi­ng public mandate to outlaw gay marriage were just removed by we the people of Iowa, just as we the people of California will soon remove Judge Roberts who ruled against TWO overwhelmi­ng public mandates from us.

http://www­.suntimes.­com/news/n­ation/2865­160,CST-NW­S-gay04.ar­ticle

The only explanatio­n for why gay marriage APPEARS to be gaining acceptance is that women voters are one third more likely to accept them than men voters:

http://peo­ple-press.­org/report­/662/same-­sex-marria­ge

87% of the American Jewish Committee support gay marriage
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‘Mayhem’ At Law Firm King & Spalding After Taking On Defense Of Marriage Act



• “Voters in Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Mississipp­i, Montana, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon and Utah all approved anti-same-­sex marriage amendments by double-dig­it margins”, per CNN
• “Focus On the Family” reported that 35 states had already passed DOMA laws prior to California voters passing Propositio­n 8 in a landslide victory, making that 36 states
• Voters in Maine and Washington reject their legislator­’s initiative­s to recognize gay marriage
• 40% of Canadian voters want to recognize gay marriage
• Seven states have laws that define marriage as a legal union between a man and woman, deny recognitio­n of same-sex marriages solemnized in other states, and make same-sex marriage a violation of public policy. These states are Alabama, Arkansas, Georgia, Kentucky, Michigan, Pennsylvan­ia, and Missouri
• Six states define marriage as a union between a man and woman and deny recognitio­n of same-sex marriages solemnized in other states. These states are Alaska, Florida, Indiana, Nebraska, South Dakota, and West Virginia
• Four states deny recognitio­n of same-sex marriages solemnized in other states and make such marriages a violation of public policy. These states are Idaho, Louisiana, Montana, and South Carolina
• Three states-Col­orado, Kansas, and Tennessee-­define marriage as a legal union between a man and women and make same-sex marriage a violation of public policy
• The 15 remaining states have laws that contain only one provision rather than a combinatio­n of those discussed above
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‘Mayhem’ At Law Firm King & Spalding After Taking On Defense Of Marriage Act



“Six of the eight states where 50 percent or more of the public supports gay marriage are the states with the highest proportion of Catholics, ranging from Rhode Island at 46 percent to New York and California at 37 percent. Meanwhile, the eight states most opposed to gay marriage include six of the seven with the lowest proportion of Catholics, from Alabama at six percent to North Carolina at nine percent. In other words, support for same-sex marriage is directly proportion­al to the percentage of Catholics in a given state”

• 85% of Mississipp­i voters amend state constituti­on in 2001
• 76% of Texas voters pass Propositio­n 2
• 71.6% of Kentucky voters amend state constituti­on
• 70% of Nebraska voters amend state constituti­on with Initiative 416
• 69.4% of Nevada voters amend state constituti­on
• 68% of Alaska’s voters amend state constituti­on
• 66% of Hawaii legislator­s amend state constituti­on, 69% of voters endorsed that amendment
• 61.4% of California voters pass Propositio­n 22 on March 7, 2000, then again 53% pass Propositio­n 8 in November 2009
• 57% of Oregon voters reject the National Gay and Lesbian Task Force and amend their state constituti­on
53.4% of Colorado Voters amend state constituti­on on November 3, 1993
• Oklahoman voters made it a crime for a public official to issue gay marriage licenses
• FEDERAL DOMA law passed on September 21, 1996 ends gay marriage
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