Skip to comments.Chrysler Dealers and attorneys Donofrio and Pidgeon file lawsuit in NYC
Posted on 12/29/2009 3:20:28 PM PST by Danae
This column reported December 5, 2009 that Leo Donofrio Esq. and Steve Pidgeon Esq. would be filing two cases against the Obama Administration and Government. The first a Bankruptcy case in the New York District, and the second to be filed in Washington D.C., a Quo Warranto case directly challenging Barack Obama.
It can now be reported the Bankruptcy case for the Chrysler Dealers who were stripped of their dealerships by the Obama Administration has indeed been filed. Donofrio and Pidgeon have filed a Rule 60 Motion to reconsider on behalf of 21 rejected Chrysler dealers. As was expected, several more dealers have joined in the suit as well. Docket number 6137 was filed today, 12/29/2009 Motion for Relief from Stay to Allow Appeal to Continue filed by Randyl Meigs on behalf of Tommy Manuel Chrysler - Jeep, Inc.. with hearing to be held on 1/21/2010 at 10:00 AM at Courtroom 523 (AJG) Responses due by 1/14/2010. The Debtor in this case is the old Chrysler.
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Sorry if I sounded sarcastic, but the poser in chief just makes me sick.
I don't believe that the standing issue is assured yet, although it well might be approved by the DC Circuit.
Judge Carter emboldened D’Onofrio and his plaintiffs to spend the money to file this case by stating that a quo warranto could be brought against the president only in the DC Circuit.
In doing so, Judge Carter disagreed with the DOJ which argued before him that quo warranto didn't apply to the POTUS at all! That tells me that the issue of standing is far from settled.
My non-lawyer expectation is that as soon as D’Onofrio requests permission for quo warranto from the DC Circuit, the DOJ will be back defending Obama with this same argument that quo warranto doesn't apply to Obama hoping that the DC Circuit will disagree with Judge Carter and grant a summary judgment against D’Onofrio.
I expect appeals on this issue of whether quo warranto applies to POTUS to go all the way to SCOTUS before any quo warranto hearing is even held on the merits of Obama's NBC status.
Chrysler Dealers and attorneys Donofrio and Pidgeon file lawsuit in NYC
[Thanks, Danae, Diver Dave, and SeizetheCarp.]
Bump for later.
I’m looking forward to a Congressional majority that will investigate the theft and thuggery perpetrated in the name of hope and change.
This litigation is a start. The Supremes were dancing the dance earlier this year of wanting a proper question brought before them. Do we have one now?
OK I guess I am confused as to why the Chrysler dealerships are going to bring the Quo Warranto case?
I read several times the explanation of the bankruptcy suit and I think I understand that as much as my tiny-non-lawyer brain can, but I don’t get the connection to the second case. You have to excuse me as I haven’t been able to keep up with much of the lawsuit stuff
Good. Keep the pot boiling. Apart from the issue of Obama’s legitimacy, it seems to me that he violated the rule of law and the constitution with his arbitrary proceedings. And his bias against dealerships with Republican connections was flagrant.
Today was a doozy for Obamma.
National security in a melt down, and Airlines losing business because of it.
The Muzzie in Chief is looking like a dirtbag.
He sure is. If it keeps raining on his parade he'll soon turn into a mudpie and disintegrate - we hope.
I sure as heck HOPE so!
Lol, don't we all! They say he's thin skinned so a nervous breakdown could be our salvation!
Good text, moving fast and you made it the color of ...umm...MUD! His name is mud.
You know I always stick to exact quotes
Yes, you do.
Did I quibble with that or you just turning into a seafood that starts with a ‘C’? Lol
Thanks for the ping, LucyT.
I hear a thump, the sound of a rotten log being kicked over, and all sorts of little beasties are now being exposed to the light, and are writhing in turmoil....
Thank you for the ping!
Here’s some interesting reading about Terri/Donofrio and Hawaii!!
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