From the comments:
ever heard of Thomas Jefferson and separation of church and state and religion not being a test for office; do you use the Constitution for toilet paper or merely to blow your nose..? or was it too much home schooling that created such momumental idiocy?
Any updates from Terry yet???
I dunno, in traditional Kenyan fashion maybe he put his head in a hollow log filled with fire ants until he yelled "Illegal Uncle"!
no religious test shall ever be required as a qualification to any office or public trust under the United States.
Who cares? It's not a requirement of the office that he attend Church. Lincoln hardly ever went to church, and was at a theater on Good Friday (which Ford said was always a slow night due to religious folks staying in, but the President coming might pick up attendance.).
During Reagan's 8 years in the White House he NEVER attended Christmas services.
It's not much, but it's all they have as a coping mechanism. Hence, whether and where the president went to a Christmas service becomes a major issue and possible scandal in their world.
So concerned with the "Natural born" citizen" requirement of the Constitution, Senators Obama, Clinton, McCaskill, Leahy, Webb and Coburn submitted and had passed Senate Resolution 511 declaring John S. McCain a "natural born citizen"
Ironic that no such similar resolution was offered to substantiate that Barack Obama, the son of a foreign national, was Constitutionally eligible.
Ironic to some perhaps, but that's only within the birther bubble universe. And none of which has to do with the topic of your own thread.
No doubt many will be positively giddy almost four years from now when we start hearing from that same bubble about Obama's plan for a third term.
But ~ Hey ~ I suppose everyone needs a hobby.
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