Just finished reading an American Thinker article titled Obama and Israel at the Security Council: A Tie? by Richard Baehr.
So what should we make of the U.S veto of a Security Council resolution on Friday, after which our Ambassador to the U.N. effectively endorsed the very resolution she had vetoed in a sneering attack on Israeli settlements, later compounded by Secretary of State Clinton calling the settlements illegitimate?
...Perhaps we can get clarity on legitimacy from Mahmoud Abbas, currently serving the 74th month of his 48 month term as President of the Palestinian Authority to which he was elected in January 2005.
...maybe our President would have better luck running for President of the Palestinian Authority when Abbas's term is up, or rather when someone notices that Abbas' term is up. I do not believe that production of a birth certificate is required to run for PA President, either.
Read full article: http://www.americanthinker.com/2011/02/obama_and_israel_at_the_securi.html
Speaking of the birth certificate, I came across an article which left me with a question. At the end of the article, Hawaii's official certifications of nomination for the past three Democratic presidential candidates were displayed. Why did the most recent certification not contain the wording "are legally qualified to serve under the provisions of the United States Constitution?"