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#228 - That makes sense. It's not terribly surprising that the vocal …  [+] (4 replies) 02/16/2016 on hiostoric presidents 0
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#302 - thesovereigngrave (02/16/2016) [-]
Just in case you're curious, technically the requirement is to be a "natural-born citizen". However, there's no official legal definition of what exactly that means.
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#306 - fiveblackmen (02/16/2016) [-]
It is a legitimate issue, unlike the birth certificate thing with Obama, but I don't know if anything will ever come of it. Maybe if he gets the nomination, it may be brought up as an issue by his Democratic opponent and we may see a supreme court ruling on the subject, although that is unlikely considering the recent death.
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#314 - thesovereigngrave (02/16/2016) [-]
Oh, I'm aware it's a legitimate thing that could be brought up. But it's just not one that's necessarily clear-cut legally, at least right now. Yeah, if it ends up getting brought to the Supreme Court then we're liable to get an actual official definition of a natural-born citizen.
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#319 - fiveblackmen (02/17/2016) [-]
Right now they probably wouldn't.
#138 - As far as I know, every other politician has made a point abou…  [+] (6 replies) 02/16/2016 on hiostoric presidents -1
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#180 - fiveblackmen (02/16/2016) [-]
Trump seems to keep bringing it up, much like he did with Obama's birth certificate, but it hasn't gained any real traction yet. Although there may actually be an issue when it comes to Cruz's eligibility to run for president, where as Obama was born in Hawaii and his birth certificate was publicly released. I think the difference this time around is that the people throwing the biggest fit about Obama's birth certificate were a very small group of borderline retards that exclusively votes Republican, so they aren't going to be nearly as vocal about a Republican candidate's eligibility for the presidency.
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#228 - bknob (02/16/2016) [-]
That makes sense. It's not terribly surprising that the vocal minority isn't raising a stink about Cruz's birth certificate. I found it hilarious he was born in my home city and no one was giving a shit about it. I guess we'll see how it plays out, though I don't follow American politics intently, just enough to get the general idea of whats going on. So I don't really know the laws around being born in the US and the eligibility to become a President.
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#302 - thesovereigngrave (02/16/2016) [-]
Just in case you're curious, technically the requirement is to be a "natural-born citizen". However, there's no official legal definition of what exactly that means.
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#306 - fiveblackmen (02/16/2016) [-]
It is a legitimate issue, unlike the birth certificate thing with Obama, but I don't know if anything will ever come of it. Maybe if he gets the nomination, it may be brought up as an issue by his Democratic opponent and we may see a supreme court ruling on the subject, although that is unlikely considering the recent death.
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#314 - thesovereigngrave (02/16/2016) [-]
Oh, I'm aware it's a legitimate thing that could be brought up. But it's just not one that's necessarily clear-cut legally, at least right now. Yeah, if it ends up getting brought to the Supreme Court then we're liable to get an actual official definition of a natural-born citizen.
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#319 - fiveblackmen (02/17/2016) [-]
Right now they probably wouldn't.
#128 - And he was born in Calgary, AB. So he'd also be the first Canadian.  [+] (13 replies) 02/16/2016 on hiostoric presidents +5
#133 - anon (02/16/2016) [-]
why has no one flipped out about his birth place when that's all anyone did for obama?
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#270 - kanadetenshi (02/16/2016) [-]
A lot of people have flipped out about it.
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#138 - bknob (02/16/2016) [-]
As far as I know, every other politician has made a point about it, but the media hasn't given a shit. Also, he renounced his citizen here or something so he's not technically, on paper that is, Canadian.
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#180 - fiveblackmen (02/16/2016) [-]
Trump seems to keep bringing it up, much like he did with Obama's birth certificate, but it hasn't gained any real traction yet. Although there may actually be an issue when it comes to Cruz's eligibility to run for president, where as Obama was born in Hawaii and his birth certificate was publicly released. I think the difference this time around is that the people throwing the biggest fit about Obama's birth certificate were a very small group of borderline retards that exclusively votes Republican, so they aren't going to be nearly as vocal about a Republican candidate's eligibility for the presidency.
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#228 - bknob (02/16/2016) [-]
That makes sense. It's not terribly surprising that the vocal minority isn't raising a stink about Cruz's birth certificate. I found it hilarious he was born in my home city and no one was giving a shit about it. I guess we'll see how it plays out, though I don't follow American politics intently, just enough to get the general idea of whats going on. So I don't really know the laws around being born in the US and the eligibility to become a President.
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#302 - thesovereigngrave (02/16/2016) [-]
Just in case you're curious, technically the requirement is to be a "natural-born citizen". However, there's no official legal definition of what exactly that means.
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#306 - fiveblackmen (02/16/2016) [-]
It is a legitimate issue, unlike the birth certificate thing with Obama, but I don't know if anything will ever come of it. Maybe if he gets the nomination, it may be brought up as an issue by his Democratic opponent and we may see a supreme court ruling on the subject, although that is unlikely considering the recent death.
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#314 - thesovereigngrave (02/16/2016) [-]
Oh, I'm aware it's a legitimate thing that could be brought up. But it's just not one that's necessarily clear-cut legally, at least right now. Yeah, if it ends up getting brought to the Supreme Court then we're liable to get an actual official definition of a natural-born citizen.
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#319 - fiveblackmen (02/17/2016) [-]
Right now they probably wouldn't.
#137 - scruffyguy (02/16/2016) [-]
I've seen lots of trump supporters talk about it.
#305 - anon (02/16/2016) [-]
yea but it's not all over the news as some kind of conspiracy to ruin america. it's because he's white and republican and the people attacking obama for it were white and republican too.
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#181 - fiveblackmen (02/16/2016) [-]
That is because Trump tends to lock onto somethings stupid and generally unimportant for his moronic supporters to get up in arms about. He also generally proposes asinine ideas about how to fix said "problem" that will not work but his supporters are generally too stupid to notice. He is an extremely manipulative piece of shit.
#310 - scruffyguy (02/16/2016) [-]
So, wait, you DONT want to make America great again?
#13 - Picture 01/10/2016 on Very rare indeed. +1
#50 - can do will do 01/07/2016 on u wot m8? +17