Friday, January 23, 2009

Alan Keyes on Obama and the Constitution

Alan Keyes ran as an Independent in the 2008 presidential election and is now a plaintiff in a lawsuit challenging Obama's citizenship and eligibility to serve as President of the United States. In Part One of this interview, he shares with Molotov Mitchell why the Constitution still matters, the potential ramifications of defying it and if doing so could justify revolution.

In Part Two of this interview, Dr. Keyes elaborates upon his experience in dealing with terrorism, the "Manchurian candidate" scenario and why the Founding Fathers created the presidential citizenship requirement in the first place.

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