Kaplan man in lawsuit against president
A Kaplan man, now living in New Jersey, is involved in a lawsuit against President Barack Obama.
Darrell James LeNormand (formerly Lormand), along with three other plaintiffs, challenge his eligibility to be President based on the “natural born citizen” requirement of Article II Section of the United States Constitution.
The plaintiffs also allege that Obama has not met his burden to prove that he was born in the US.
The suit states that Obama’s campaign posting of a “Certificate of Live Birth” online does not sufficiently prove he was born in Hawaii because at that time, Hawaii granted documents to parents whose children were born outside of the US.
The plaintiffs feel that under Hawaiian policies and procedures, it is quite possible that Hawaii may have a birth record of a person not born in Hawaii or the US.
“Louisiana residents may be surprised to know that their state shares similarities with the state of New Jersey,” said LeNormand. “Louisiana is now a red state with deep blue roots, New Jersey is a deep blue state with a red state “wanna be” movement.
“I have joined forces with the conservative troopers of NJ by including my name as one of the plaintiffs in this lawsuit.
“So far the judicial powers-that-be have chosen to not recognize any of the litigants as having “standing” to bring the suit against Barack Hussein Obama.
“The request is simple enough. Show us, the American public, the full documentation proving that you are a natural born citizen of the USA as our constitution requires to hold the office of President of the USA.
“John McCain, having been born in the Panama Canal Zone provided all such documentation. Where is the transparency, Barack? How can you and your “confederates” claim racism when the white guy provided it upon request, even without a lawsuit?”
Some other points the suit alleges are:
•Obama’s paternal step-grandmother has stated that she was present at Obama’s birth in Kenya.
•Obama’s half-sister has named two different hospitals in Hawaii where Obama could have been born.
•The Kenyan Ambassador to the US acknowledged in a radio interview that Obama was born in Kenya and his birthplace is a “well-known” attraction.
•Presumably Obama’s mother was a US citizen. His father was a British citizen subject to the jurisdiction of the United Kingdom, and would have handed down British citizenship to his son. Obama publicly admits his father was not a US citizen. Hence, at the time of his birth, Obama was born to a US citizen mother, but not his father.
•Therefore, under the definition of Article II, Obama cannot be a “natural born citizen”.
•Obama stated he traveled to Pakistan in the 1980’s. But, such travel was forbidden to American citizens at that time. Therefore, the question exists as to what type of passport and declaration of citizenship Obama used to gain entry.
Other plaintiffs named in the lawsuit with LeNormand are Charles F. Kerchner, Jr., Lowell T. Patterson and Donald H. Nelson, Jr.
“Let’s get behind this, my fellow Americans,” said LeNormand. “They can’t deny standing to all of us!”
A lawsuit represents only one side of an issue, the assertions by the plaintiff against the defendant.