Parker County Conservatives Host State Senator Konni Burton

Konni Burton

 

 

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  1. Senator_Blutarsky | Reply

    Ted Cruz Visits Texas Border To Welcome Illegal Alien Families…
    Posted on January 17, 2016

    The headline reflects the moment my previous support for Ted Cruz (2011/2012), which evolved to concern about Senator Ted Cruz (2013/2014), turned to admitting Ted Cruz was a phoney.

    The date was Saturday, July 19th, 2014 – I remember it vividly because I noted in my journal “last straw in providing Cruz any benefit of doubt – done“.

    full link –

    http://theconservativetreehouse.com/2016/01/17/ted-cruz-visits-texas-border-to-welcome-illegal-alien-families/

    Cruz is not Constitutionally eligible – 2 parts

    http://newswithviews.com/Devvy/kidd703.htm

    Cruz is a Globalist in “conservative” clothing

    http://newswithviews.com/Nelson/kelleigh263.htm

  2. Senator_Blutarsky | Reply

    …………” the devil is always in the details.”…………

    snip-

    Do you notice something that is obviously missing from a requirement of these offices that is in the requirement for President? That’s right, there is no requirement for representatives and senators to be natural born citizens. Rather, the framers simply used the term citizen, as they did in Article II, Section 1. We can also see that they emphasized a length of time one had to be a citizen to hold that office (7 years for a representative and 9 years for a senator).

    So, what is the issue, you ask? Clearly, the framers saw, for lack of a better term, “different classes of citizens.” This has nothing to do with diminishing the rights of any citizen, but distinguished who would have the privilege of serving in these offices and who could not.

    The real difference here is this: natural born citizen is a fact and citizen is a legal status.

    Get that?

    And lest you think I’m straining at gnats here, understand that the “devil is always in the details,” or in this case, the distinction of natural born citizen and citizen. The framers have even written in such a way to make that distinction. Every other place in the Constitution, only the term citizen is used and I believe it was a clear indication of protecting an office that only one man holds and they wanted to ensure that his loyalties were not divided with dual citizenship allegiances.

    full article-

    http://freedomoutpost.com/2016/01/the-elephant-in-the-constitution-that-no-one-references-when-dealing-with-the-natural-born-citizen-issue/#!

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