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Houston Attorney Files Ted Cruz Citizenship Lawsuit

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You had to know this was coming!

Sen. Ted Cruz might finally get the chance to prove he is eligible to run for president once and for all.

A Houston-based attorney has filed a lawsuit against Cruz, asking the U.S. Supreme Court to settle whether Canadian-born Cruz is eligible for the presidency. Noting that the Iowa caucuses are just weeks away, the attorney asks the court to expedite the case as quickly as possible.

“This 229 year question has never been pled, presented to or finally decided by or resolved by the U. S. Supreme Court,” wrote attorney Newton Schwartz in his lawsuit that he filed Thursday. “Only the U.S. Supreme Court can finally decide, determine judicially and settle this issue now.”

He writes: “It is undisputed, by all legal scholars, there is no U.S. Supreme Court decision or precedent: determinative of the following agreed facts of this case and controversy. ‘Natural born citizen’ has never been defined.”

Schwartz asked the court to rule that Cruz is not eligible to run for President.

The Cruz campaign declined to comment on the suit, but said Cruz has no connection Schwartz.

More: http://trailblazersblog.dallasnews.com/2016/01/houston-attorney-asks-supreme-court-to-rule-ted-cruz-ineligible-for-presidency.html/

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We haven't settled the issue of eligibility with Obama yet, and they're still allowing him to do whatever he wants.  Let's get the issue rolling with the fact that Obama is/was ineligible to even serve as President.  But you know liberals, they don't follow the rules anyway. 

We talk to our representatives about this issue and they give us lip service and act like it isn't that important at all.  

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