CitizenWells: WND article omits critical words from US Constitution on presidential eligibility

For more click on the image for the correct definition of "natural born Citizen of the United States" -- CDR Kerchner (Ret)
For more click on the image for the correct definition of “natural born Citizen of the United States” — CDR Kerchner (Ret)

CitizenWells:  WND [WorldNetDaily] article omits critical words from US Constitution on presidential eligibility, Cheryl Chumley replaces “at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution” with ” … “

Why? Has [Editor-in-Chief and Owner] Joseph Farah seen this?

Selectively editing words out of our Constitution and out of the middle of the presidential eligibility clause in Article II therein, in a news story, is not ethical journalism.  How could such a thing be done at WND of all places?   CDR Kerchner (Ret) – ProtectOurLiberty.org

Read and comment here:  http://citizenwells.com/2015/03/24/wnd-article-omits-critical-words-from-us-constitution-on-presidential-eligibility-cheryl-chumley-replaces-at-the-time-of-the-adoption-of-this-constitution-with-why-joseph-farah-seen-this/

CDR Charles Kerchner, P.E. (Retired)
Lehigh Valley PA USA
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P.S. Also read this essay regarding the constitutional term in the presidential eligibility clause “natural born Citizen” and basic logic, i.e., trees are plants but not all plants are trees. Natural born Citizens are a subset of “born Citizens (citizens at birth)” but not all “born Citizens (citizens at birth)” are “natural born Citizens”: https://cdrkerchner.wordpress.com/2012/06/20/of-natural-born-citizens-and-citizens-at-birth-and-basic-logic-trees-are-plants-but-not-all-plants-are-trees-natural-born-citizens-nbc-are-citizens-at-birth-cab-but-not-all-cab/ … AND … http://www.art2superpac.com/issues.html Also watch this video by the renowned constitutional scholar Dr. Herb Titus — Part I: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=esiZZ-1R7e8 and Part II: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xoaZ8WextxQ

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5 thoughts on “CitizenWells: WND article omits critical words from US Constitution on presidential eligibility”

  1. Ted Cruise is INELIGIBLE to be POTUS!!!NB: Whatever happened to block Obama from becoming POTUS???

  2. No matter what one thinks of his politics, Ted Cruz is NOT constitutionally eligible. And the two major political party lawyers Katyal and Clement can spin and put out disinformation to lend support to constitutionally ineligible people in both major parties, but they cannot change the original intent, meaning, and understanding of who is a “natural born Citizen” which comes from Natural Law and not man-made laws or acts of Congress. Both major political parties are out to dilute and abrogate the original intent, meaning, and understanding of the term “natural born Citizen” in Article II of our Constitution and why it was put there. Being simply ‘born a Citizen’ was proposed and not accepted. The founders and framers added the adjective “natural”. And that adjective comes from Natural Law. Adjectives mean something. Look up the meaning of the adjective “natural” when it comes to legal meaning in front of a noun. See section 212 of this legal treatise on the Principles of Natural Law which was written in 1758 Vattel, the 1775 edition which was edited and published by Dumas and was much used by the founders and framers: http://lonang.com/library/reference/vattel-law-of-nations/vatt-119/ Read: http://www.art2superpac.com/issues.html and http://jimsjustsayin.blogspot.com/2015/03/ina-post-on-harvard-law-review-forum.html and http://puzo1.blogspot.com/2015/03/a-response-to-neil-katyal-and-paul.html CDR Kerchner (Ret) – ProtectOurLiberty.org

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