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How 2 vet a President

Birthers seem to be always fudging their requirements for presidential eligibility and vetting candidates. Whatever the President does, they find something else they want.

Gerry Nance7-point program

However, one birther has given a simple, innovative 7-step checklist for vetting a President. I think this list from Gerry Nance (pictured right) that I found at the Tri-Valley Central, Arizona, web site is going to be hard to top:

  1. To vet a presidential candidate requires examination of the Long Form Birth Certificate or other records to confirm native birth in a State of the Union adopted under Article IV Section 3 of the US Constitution.
  2. Next we examine the mother’s documents to establish maternity. Adopted children are not natural born. Children of surrogate mothers or artificial methods are not legitimate births.
  3. Next we need to look at the father’s documents to establish paternity and preferably a legitimated birth. Children of surrogate mothers or artificial methods are not legitimate births.
  4. Next we need to look at immigration and naturalization of the mother to establish if prior to the birth of the child, the mother, was born or naturalized a US Citizen before the child was born. This point establishes the child is a US Citizen.
  5. Next we need to look at immigration and naturalization of the father to establish if prior to the birth of the child, the father, was born or naturalized a US Citizen before the child was born. This point establishes the child is a US Citizen.
  6. The child can only be considered a natural born citizen, if it can be proven both parents were born or naturalized US Citizens before the child was born. This may require looking at the grandparent’s birth and naturalization dates.
  7. Failing the two-parents being US Citizens before the birth of the child, then the child is only born or naturalized a US Citizen, and not constitutionally eligible to serve as a US President.