This 96 year old veteran can't travel to Canada because he doesn't have a birth certificate yet "The One" can run for and be elected to the highest office in the land without disclosing his.


Ninety-five-year-old Leeland Davidson discovered recently that he's not considered a U.S. citizen, despite living nearly 100 years in the country and serving in the U.S. Navy during WWII.

Davidson, from Centralia, Washington, told KOMO News that he discovered he wasn't a U.S. citizen when he was turned down for an enhanced driver's license he needed for a trip to Canada to visit relatives.

"We always figured because he was born to U.S. parents he's automatically a U.S. citizen," said Davidson's daughter, Rose Schoolcraft.

http://news.yahoo.com/s/yblog_...es-not-a-u-s-citizen
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:
The law changed since he was born, but wasn't made retroactive. He probably can't be deported as Canada wouldn't accept him as a citizen.


Mr. Elinterventor, even you?????????????
The effects of rethugliteaconism and FOXOPHELIA are sad when displayed! Frowner
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Originally posted by rocky:
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Originally posted by elinterventor01:
The law changed since he was born, but wasn't made retroactive. He probably can't be deported as Canada wouldn't accept him as a citizen.


Mr. Elinterventor, even you?????????????
The effects of rethugliteaconism and FOXOPHELIA are sad when displayed! Frowner


I'm stating a fact about that veteran. A fact and the state of the law. Congress could resolve the problem with a personal bill. Its nothing to do with the Tea Party or being a Republican!
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rethugliteaconism and FOXOPHELIA

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Sez Bluetick: These terms aren't even catchy. They make no sense at all, and make the poster look like schizo. Just my opinion.


FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 2010

Young Adults 18-25 highest level of Mental Illness . This explains how Barack got elected.

Nearly 1 in 5 Americans had mental illness in 2009
Published: Thursday, 18 Nov 2010 | 1:13 PM ET

CHICAGO - More than 45 million Americans, or 20 percent of U.S. adults, had some form of mental illness last year, and 11 million had a serious illness, U.S. government researchers reported on Thursday.

Young adults aged 18 to 25 (rocky)had the highest level of mental illness at 30 percent, while those aged 50 and older had the lowest, with 13.7 percent, said the report by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration or SAMHSA.

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