I forgot to ask, do you know if that was tossed due to standing? I seem to remember that being the case, but honestly, I have a really bad cold and I can’t remember.
The Dealerships have standing. Thats what makes it a very different case.
“The Dealerships have standing. Thats what makes it a very different case.”
In case you haven’t noticed, there seems to be no one who has standing in this country but obamination and his many stooges.
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.