President Obama's Eligibility Challenged

Two men, including a Monmouth County resident, are challenging President Barack Obama's placement on the state's primary ballot.

Two New Jersey residents, including one from Monmouth County, are challenging President Barack Obama's place on the state's primary ballot, according to the Bayshore Tea Party Group.

Nick Purpura, of Monmouth County, has filed a challenge along with Ocean County resident Ted Moran alleging that Obama has never shown adequate proof that he was born in the United States - despite the release of a longform birth certificate by the White House in April of 2011 - and that his father was never a citizen of the United States, meaning Obama is not a natural born citizen, at least according to their interpretation of the Constitution.

The challenge will be heard by an administrative law judge Tuesday at the Administrative Law Offices in Quakerbridge and the Bayshore Group has asked those interested in attending to consider carpooling - a cost effective and environmentally friendly mode of travel.

The primary election is scheduled for June 5.

The petition, which was uploaded to the the document-sharing site Scribd, cites sources that include World Net Daily, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, the controversial elected sheriff of Maricopa County, Az., and videos posted on YouTube as evidence why Obama may not be eligible to be this country's president.

From the petition:

"Candidate Obama has not conclusively proven his identity and he is perpetrating a fraud upon Objector Purpora (sic) and Moran by not revealing his true identity which is harmful to their rights as voters and citizens. The objection to Candidate Obama's nominating petition is twofold. We first allege that he has not conclusively proven that he was born in the United States. We also allege that even if he was born in the United States, he is still not an Article II "natural born Citizen" because he fails to meet the requirements of the traditional American common law definition of the clue which is a child born in the country to two U.S. citizen parents."

To view the entire petition on Scribd, click here.

Dentss Dunnagun May 28, 2012 at 01:25 PM
The program some dufus at the Whitehouse used to forge a birth certificate for Obama is photoshop CS5...but the idiot left out one step...he forgot to print it and THEN copy it before scaning it for release...and that one teenie error reveals that the Obama birth certifcate is a forgery....so remember , learn to use the process BEFORE you engage in felony law breaking...now poor sherriff Joe Arpaio has all he needs to show that someone in the Whitehouse is a forger....and I'm NOT a birther damn it...just observant...
Bob English May 28, 2012 at 01:36 PM
The Adobe birther theory was long ago debunked. http://www.snopes.com/politics/obama/birthers/birthcertificate.asp By the way, if there were some kind of conspiracy, it would have had to start in 1961 with the hospital in Hawaii and the two local newspapers (which published the Presidents birth announcement a few days after he was born) part of the conspiracy.
Jim Tobias May 28, 2012 at 02:08 PM
Bob, you clearly haven't seen MIB III yet. Time travel is definitely how Obama did this. Some of the stapled tea bags have fallen off your tin foil hat; please report to Republican HQ immediately. [Pause while Dentss composes his denial that he's a Republican...]
Marjorie Smith May 28, 2012 at 06:34 PM
I know lots of people without jobs and with no prospects. Shouldn't this be the yardstick?
Sal June 12, 2012 at 09:42 AM
We all like to think our opinions matter___but in reality our 'opinions' are meaningless. The US Supreme Court just recently threw out the birther case before it and it is only their opinion that really matters..


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