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Obama eligibility: ALJ makes new law

The Obama birth certificate. Why is this still accepted as valid? The Birther movement still matters, for the precedent.

The New Jersey Administrative Law Judge who dismissed the latest Obama eligibility case seems to have made a new, special law for Presidential primaries in New Jersey. According to this law, anyone can nominate anyone for President in a major party primary. The nominee need not agree to let someone nominate him, need not qualify to be President, need not be a citizen (natural-born or otherwise), and indeed need not even be real. This makes no common sense, and the Secretary of State instructs Presidential candidates otherwise. For that reason alone, CNAV calls on the Secretary of State to overrule her Administrative Law Judge and stop Barack H. Obama from appearing on the New Jersey Democratic Primary ballot.