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To: Constitution 123

The SCOTUS decisons that support the political question doctrine go back to the founding of our Country — long before the start of the Republican Party. This is less partisan than you may want to think.


101 posted on 01/11/2013 6:04:14 PM PST by Labyrinthos
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To: Labyrinthos
“””””The SCOTUS decisions that support the political question doctrine go back to the founding of our Country — long before the start of the Republican Party. This is less partisan than you may want to think.””””

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All I know is that since 1998 several capable attorneys on our side, using various legal strategies, have attempted to convince different courts to hear the eligibility issue on its merits.... Each and every time there is some complex technical reason sited why the case can not go forward. The judges just find a way to dismiss it. So one of two things is correct; either the system itself is flawed and by default conspires against justice or the system is being manipulated by clever political hacks with an agenda. I tend to believe the later. Using complex legal technicalities to avoid hearing an issue in court can and is almost always argued. However, most times the case goes forward, a ruling is made and the technical issues are dealt with later on appeal. All we want is our day in court!!! Please

117 posted on 01/12/2013 1:02:06 AM PST by Constitution 123
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