The evidence proves beyond a reasonable doubt that Barack Hussein Obama's claim to presidential office is unconstitutional due to his violation of the Constitution’s presidential eligibility clause.
San Carlos, CA (PRWEB) October 01, 2012
Just in time for the 2012 presidential elections, author Bob Gard has released an eBook that sheds light on a controversy that, over the last few years, has become a grim contest of political wills. The book offers a historically verified definition of the term "natural born citizen" as it appears in the presidential eligibility clause in Section 1 of Article II of the Constitution.
With the ponderous but eminently searchable title of "On Gard, Obama, You Are An Unconstitutional President Because You Are Not A Natural-Born Citizen, Which I Shall Prove Beyond A Reasonable Doubt," this 1,722-page volume lays out conclusive, verbatim evidence that the reader can analyze independently of the writer's own opinions. Available at Amazon.com, the eBook can be downloaded on PCs in the Microsoft Word™ 2010 “docx” file format. The 175-megabyte file requires a longer-than-average downloading time, and some readers may experience intermittent warnings of “not responding.” Author Bob Gard says, "The wait will be worth it for those who wish to follow a path back to constitutionality."
Bob Gard is the first person who pieces together this comprehensive definition of natural-born citizenship using both correlative and corroborative evidence. For more than 220 years, much of this evidence has been readily available within the public domain, but no one has yet brought the parts together into a conclusive whole. In order to define natural-born citizenship, this book traces how the law of nature, the law of nations, the British legal system and the American legal system have evolved through the course of history. "The evidence proves beyond a reasonable doubt that Barack Hussein Obama's claim to presidential office is unconstitutional due to his violation of the Constitution’s presidential eligibility clause," Gard says.
The pieces of this puzzle are drawn from five centuries of books and documents that cost the author over $30,000 to acquire, as well as citations from a myriad of archives in libraries around the world. This book's size results from numerous extended quotations and images that establish the provenance of the documents in question. Compelled by an imperative desire for readers to draw their own conclusions, the author has risked alienating many who would be put off by such a lengthy work. "In a time where revisionist spin doctors truncate documents, cite quotes out of context, and simply rewrite history as they see fit, I wanted to remain as true to the research as possible," Gard says. "Those who read this book will rapidly understand the necessity of including so many links in the chain of evidence."
According to the book, the true and historically valid definition of the term "natural born citizen" disqualifies President Obama from running for reelection in the upcoming presidential elections.