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back to the basics: his name is Obama if born outside of the US, Dunham if natural born citizen !

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Submitted by Mike (United States), Jun 13, 2008 at 00:37

Sen. Obama's parents never married and never divorced. They only split when he was about 2 years old.
Thus, if he was born (in the US) to his white mother, he should be named after her family name, Dunham. Then he is a natural born citizen, and eligible to became a President, as Mr. Dunham.
If he was born to one of his father's wifes in Kenya, brought to the US with his father, and adopted by Stanley Ann Dunham during her relationship with Barrack Obama Sr. , then as a foreign born, he is not eligible to become a President, but has the right to bear the name Obama, as in Sen. Obama from Illinois.

It is better for the citizens of this country and for Sen. Obama, that he would come forward and explain all this without any zigzags.
For example, by publishing his still TOP SECRET birth certificate.

It is unimaginable, he would be allowed to skip this simple test, and still qualify for Top Secret Security Clearance as required of the Commander in Chief. And to remind, the subject of this article is : " Prepare to attack [Iran] ".


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