Is President Obama An American

There was an even greater lie before we got to the capital attack that fueled those violent crowds.

Lie = President Obama was not an American

But how do we know he’s not an illegal pretending to be American?

Answer = Because of the law. It doesn’t matter where Obama was born because he is automatically a US citizen because his mother was one.

A child born abroad to one U.S. citizen parent and one alien parent acquires U.S. citizenship at birth under Section 301(g) of the INA provided the U.S. citizen parent was physically present in the United States or one of its outlying possessions for the time period required by the law applicable at the time of the child’s birth. For birth between December 24, 1952 and November 13, 1986, a period of ten years, five after the age of fourteen, is required for physical presence in the United States or one of its outlying possessions to transmit U.S. citizenship to the child.

Meet Stanley Ann Dunham (November 29, 1942 – November 7, 1995), the mother of Barack Obama. Born in Wichita, Kansas, Dunham studied at the East–West Center and at the University of Hawaii at Manoa in Honolulu, where she attained a bachelor of arts degree in anthropology, master of arts and a PhD. She also attended the University of Washington in Seattle.

So when the law states that he is a citizen that should have been that!

Try this another way:

President Obama is the sixth U.S. President to have had one or both of his parents not born on U.S. soil”. Andrew Jackson, James Buchanan, Chester A. Arthur, Woodrow Wilson, and Herbert Hoover.

Why no fear for those Presidents not being real citizens?

Answer = Because of Hypocrisy

Try this yet another way:

They say we need to make sure Obama is not here to influence America with a secret agenda as some type of illegal plant or spy for subversion. But we have Nazi’s on US soil that daily post articles about tearing down America, kill US citizens, defecate on the constitution and attack churches. But they get constant praise for being good people exercising free speech. Obama is the conspiracy but Nazi’s get a pass, ask yourself why.

Isn’t it easy to see why there is a birther issue?

Those who hate America have a simple equation to take it down:

  1. Spread Lies
  2. Rely on Hypocrites to make them legitimate
  3. Stand back and watch the hate overwhelm America

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  1. My daughter was born in italy from American father italian mother me and since he was in the military my daughter was a citizen from birth.

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  2. If your parents are citizens of two countries, you automatically have dual citizenship to the countries your parents were birthed. It is actually one of the only few ways to still have dual citizenship as some countries won’t allow it anymore just by simply immigrating. I am Canadian, living in the states legally as I immigrated here through my husband and attained a green card that way. If I choose one day to take the test and do all the requirements for USA citizenship I will lose my citizenship completely in Canada. When that day comes and if we decide to stay in the USA I will have a big decision to make. I have already lost all my benefits (health insurance etc) in Canada as you do after 6 months of being out of the country. I didn’t understand so much about citizenship and immigration until I moved here and got an immigration lawyer (just to be safe even though Canada is a friendly neighbor and close ally to the states xD) I wasn’t surprised either how little many people understand about immigration and citizenship. I have had many talks here with people who don’t support things like dual status. In which my response is I am not allowed to obtained such status, that if I choose to be a citizenship here when the time comes I give up my home status entirely. That I pay taxes, but I can’t vote and have no say on the politics or government here so like SHUSH. xD

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    • Part of my family lives in Canada. They keep asking me why I stay here in the states. My wife has children here, otherwise I would move up there for the better healthcare. I still think the states are more fun but when I lived in Canada it was so less stressful.

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      • Oh, that’s awesome! I love and miss Canada. I am homesick every single day, especially since I am in the middle renewing my status (I had to apply for my 10 year green card after my 1 year expired.) I got an extension so I can legally still work and live here etc. I was told originally I could wait up to 6-8 months to hear back from the departments that handle immigration etc. That was before the pandemic happened, so obviously the pandemic delayed it even more. I was told to not go back to Canada unless I absolutely have to while my status is pending in case they don’t let me come back. Then when the pandemic hit, we definitely couldn’t risk crossing the border. All awhile I lost my grandmother to cancer back home, she was not just my grandmother or closest family members, she was my best friend, role model and had a lot to do with raising my brother and I as my parents are alcoholics. I spent a lot of my childhood and teens at my grandparents. She was like a second mom to me. My husband lived in Canada with me for a year or so before we decided to settle in the states. He prefers Canada to the states. So why did we decide to stay here? Simple, it is affordable and much cheaper than Canada when it comes to housing, taxes, food etc. Everything is cheaper here. lol. It was at least a few grand less to immigrate here opposed to Canada and I think that was the deciding factor. It was just what we could afford at the time if we wanted to stay together and both legally work in the same country. If Biden raises taxes though, which we know he will just a question of how much….we may consider going back to Canada. I would like to however try and stay here so my husband can spend the time he has left with his dad, but ultimately he really doesn’t have much family here. Where as I have a huge family back home who I have not seen in three years.

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  3. Edit: My husband is American born citizen if you didn’t figure it out through my long vent. Haha

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  4. And if you want my opinion….Obama was more stable and a much better president than Trump and Biden. Trump took a lot of credit for Obama’s hard work including employment. I have heard this come out of republic mouths themselves so it is not a Democrat vs Republic thing. Obama’s biggest challenge was getting his visions pass and signed through a congress that was against his ideologies. I can’t imagine how many times Obamacare was rewritten and revised by the time it left the white house, that of course it ended up being a huge mess. Obama was not perfect, but he was not a deranged egotistical nut job and least when he spoke it sounded nice. xD Obama was the only time I was not cursing the states under my breath growing up as your friendly neighbor if that counts for anything. 😛

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  5. But Obama never had mail order brides from the Soviet Bloc!

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