Sunday, January 10, 2016

Mark Levin on Ted Cruz campaign releasing the Birth Certificate of Cruz's Mother (Full audio 01-08-15)

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cimbri said...

There are some other things we have to check. His mother and father were registered to vote in Canada. By law, that means you're a Canadian citizen. It has to be investigated so we will know if she voted in Canada, etc. just a few more things to check out, then after that Cruz can be considered by some voters. I personally can't vote for a Canadian as President of the United States but not everyone is a traditionalist.

Anonymous said...

The Constitution said a person must be born to citizen parents on american soil to be eligible to run for President of the United States. Ted Cruz was not born in the United States, he was not born in Hawaii, he was born in Canada. He was NOT born to citizen parents, his father was Cuban.

Anonymous said...

Mark Levin should be ashamed of himself. I know I am ashamed of him. Ted Cruz' parents worked in the oil industry in canada, and his father was cuban. Ted Cruz is not qualified to run for president. He is a creeper.

Mark said...

You people are nuts.

Cruz mother was a U.S. citizen when he was born. It doesn't matter what the father's status was at the time. The law covers ANYONE born of a U.S. citizen on U.s. soil OR ABROAD.

Cruz will be on the ballot in ALL STATES and U.S. territories whether the kooks like it or not.

I'm still waiting to see the proff that Trump's mother was a U.S. citizen when Trump was born. I DON'T BELIEVE she was. I WANT PROOF! They claim she was a citizen for 4 months before Trump was born. LET HIM PROVE IT!

cimbri said...

It's all about original intent. I can assure everyone that the Founders did not intend for a British subject (person born in Canada) to be a natural born citizen, eligible to run for president. That's the whole reason they put NBC standard in the Const - to avoid divided loyalties and a foreign power (British Crown) having a claim to the presidency.