Armand C. Hale
August 11, 2010
I am an American citizen
By Armand C. Hale

This statement from an concerned veteran is so stunning it reminds me what this election is about, and beyond, I have submitted it in its entirety. Thank you sir, for the great words and service to our country. God bless you!

I am an American citizen. I was natural born here in the United States. My parents are also natural born citizens. I went to school in the United States during my formative years. I was not taken out of this country at an early age to live in another; schooled in another country's history; or changed my religion. I learned at an early age about the history of this country; I learned to respect and appreciate the life I have here; I learned of the sacrifices of those before me that allow me to enjoy the life I have. On any given occasion, I have not ever given up my US citizenship.

As an American Citizen, I have every right to know if the person sitting in the White House is eligible to be there; that any order given by the Commander-in-Chief is a legal and lawful order; that any legislation signed into law is worth the paper it is printed on. There is no amount of voting that can convey citizenship and sweep the questions under the rug; there is no amount of ridicule from the White House mouthpiece that can change a person's citizenship. I have much more standing in an American court of law than the country of Mexico. I have the right to demand the proof that is required to occupy the office.

Even as a natural born citizen of this great country, having served in its military forces for over 25 years, when applying for a job with the Federal Government, I was required to provide proof of citizenship. A retired military ID card was not sufficient; my Driver's License was unacceptable; my word that I was born here was not proof. I was required to provide a certified copy of my birth certificate or a recent US passport to assert my citizenship.

So Mr Usurper, where is your proof of citizenship? Where is the proof that you were not a citizen of Indonesia? And if you were, where is the proof you got back your American citizenship? How was it conveyed? It is time to have your million dollar legal defense teams present to the American public, irrefutable proof of your citizenship. And if not, then you have two choices...resign and walk away or be arrested and tried for crimes against the American people. This is one of those instances where "I didn't know" won't hold up...but your actions will be viewed as intentional fraud.

And by the way...I was also a Boy Scout who attended a Scout Jamboree....


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Armand C. Hale retired from the U.S. Air Force serving over 23 years, which included tours in Korea, Saudi Arabia, and Qatar. A degree in logistics management, he has written a book on his experiences in the country of Qatar. You can purchase his book at Word Clay Book Store and Lulu Books. He receives feedback at iw2bgu@aol.com

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