Tuesday, February 21, 2012
In my last post, I revealed that the reason the GOP gives Obama a pass on his ineligibility for office is so that they can run Marco Rubio sometime in the future. Two weeks later, at Michelle Malkin's blog, we are already seeing people advocating it:
On February 21st, 2012 at 9:32 am, conservative hispanic said:Kudos to Rogue Cheddar for standing up:
You want to stick it to the Establishment, vote Santorum. Don’t waste your vote on RP. Which part of “He’s not going to win?” don’t you get?
On February 21st, 2012 at 9:36 am, Rogue Cheddar said:You would think that with all the damage that has been done by having an ineligible occupant in the White House, that would be taken as a reminder. Of course, that's far too much to expect these days:
Hey CH, what part of ‘Natural born citizen’ do you not get? Rubio is ineligible.
On February 21st, 2012 at 10:53 am, conservative hispanic said:Racists for insisting that the Constitution be followed? Stupid? Kooks? All for insisting that the supreme law of the land be followed? All for recognizing that the very predicament we find us in was caused by people refusing to follow the Constitution? Who is the stupid racist kook? The person who recognizes that allowing the Constitution to be usurped and circumvented has caused virtually every problem that has plagued the people of this country, or the person who points to the one currently at the helm and suggesting that what is good for the goose must also be good for the gander? Isn't that exactly what we hear from the Donks? That it's ok for Obama to spend America into oblivion because Bush had done the same thing?
Rubio is ineligible.
One word: PRECEDENT.
Not only that: there’s NO DOUBT Rubio was born in Miami, and I believe his parents were in the process of becoming U.S. citizens when he was born. That’s better than Obowtome’s record. And if it’s good enough for Barry, then it’s good enough for Marco. You guys better knock it off with the eligibility meme. Makes you look like kooks, stupid AND racists (even if you’re not.)
Precedent does not overrule the law. The United States Constitution cannot be legally violated by a Republican any more than it can a Democrat. Obama having held office illegally is no more a justification for allowing Rubio in than Bush spending out of control being a justification for Obama to do the same.
It is up to the people to make sure the Constitution is followed to the letter. CH is ignoring his constitutional duty as a citizen of the United States by demonizing those of us who do his job for him. Again, what part of natural born citizen do these people not understand?