Ineligible president cited as reason to kill Obamacare
By Bob Unruh
January 11, 2011
Lawsuit says it's not law because 'the one' is only 'statutory citizen'
A lot of court cases have been filed alleging that Barack Obama never qualified to become president, and therefore is occupying the Oval Office as a matter of fact, but not of law. Now there's a new case that argues since Obama is not legally president, his Obamacare takeover of the nation's health-care industry should be voided.
"It is indisputable and not denied that Mr. Barack Hussein Obama Jr.'s father was a citizen of the British Commonwealth," says the lawsuit, now pending before a federal judge who is awaiting word from the Justice Department on how its lawyers want to defend against the claims.