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Larry Klayman, former Sen. candidate & Judicial Watch founder, goes birther in Florida

KlaymanLarry Klayman, the conservative legal activist from Miami who ran unsuccessfully for U.S. Senate in 2004, has filed a lawsuit against the state over Barack Obama's eligibiliy to be on the general election ballot. Klayman wants to require Secretary of State Ken Detzner confirm the eligibility of Obama before placing his name on the ballot.

From Klayman's release: "Neither Mr. Obama, nor the Democratic Party of Florida, nor any other group has confirmed that Mr. Obama is a "natural born citizen" since his father was a British subject born in Kenya and not a citizen of the United States. Therefore, according to Klayman, Mr. Obama is ineligible for the Office of the President of the United States until the state can confirm his eligibility."

"The requirement for natural born citizenship, which is found in the U.S. Constitution, was intended to prevent foreign influences from 'influencing' an American president. These 'influences' have regrettably been witnessed by the American people during President Obama's term in office.  It is clear the Founding Fathers intended to avoid such a situation, where an American president seems to frequently sympathize with and take actions benefitting foreign interests," said Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch who spent $2.9-million on his 2004 primary campaign and won 1 percent of the vote.

Posted by Adam C. Smith