You said — “It seems as if the whole point you are trying to make is that this issue may notbe seen through to the point of getting justice. Is that it?”
Well, one knows what we have to meet up to, and that’s what the Constitution says in this matter. Now, we’re only at the point of allegations (aside from some who say that the “known facts” are enough to disqualify Obama, but that remains for a court to say). And being at the point of allegations — without proof — which is required (for a court, if nothing else...), it appears that Obama is going into office without a problem (of course, that’s dependent upon what a court does before then...).
And if he gets into office, well then, it’s apparent that we couldn’t get justice — but only if — the allegations are true. But, one thing about courts — is that they will either *verify* or *negate* allegations. And since we are going through the courts, we’ll soon see whether these allegations are verified or not (by their decisions). And since it’s the Supreme Court — they are the final word and that means when they reach their decision (even if it’s not decision at all) that will be the final word on the matter, since you can’t appeal beyond the Supreme Court.
So, where will those people be, who still believe that Obama is not qualified and if the Supreme Court does not agree with them? I don’t know (for them). For me, when the Supreme Court says their final word (whatever it is) that will put it to rest for me...
I think that’s what I’m saying... LOL..
Well President Arthur may have something to say to those people who don’t agree with the Supreme Court (if they don’t decide to get Obama out or prove that he’s not eligible) — in that they will think (always, apparently) that Obama is not qualified even though the issue is finally settled with the Supreme Court — so they will be in that very position of those people (back then) who said that President Arthur was not qualified, yet he still was President and he still did everything as a President would do. It would be relevant to these present day people as it was to those back then who would not accept that President Arthur was “legitimate” (at least as legitimate as history records he was...).
I will point out to you that we are past the point of allegations in regards to the ‘natural born’ argument. Obama has already admitted to being born to a British/Kenyan father and to possess duel citizzenship at birth. There is no real reason to think that the Justices aren’t already thinking of this or reason to think that may not, we will see.
I will agree with you that alot rides on the response by the Supreme Court (and we still have to get to that point) but still this case has aspects to it that are vastly different than the Arthur case that will also make it trickier to be dismissed.