Skip to comments.Judge Abbott Would Order TDP Chair Richie To Declare Candidate Obama Is Ineligible For The Job
Posted on 04/07/2010 12:44:21 PM PDT by jbjd
I may not be able to explain why Barack Obama attracted support for his crusade to the White House from tens of millions of citizens notwithstanding he refused to disclose to these same sovereigns documentary evidence he was Constitutionally eligible for the job.
But I can explain that by refusing to disclose to the citizens of Texas under the Texas Open Records Act the documentary basis for Certifying to state election officials Mr. Obama was the eligible Presidential candidate of the Texas Democratic Party; under Texas laws, TDP Chair Boyd Richie admitted he lied about the candidates eligibility for President leaving him with no other choice but to declare Barack Obama is ineligible for the job....
P.S. In what could perhaps be characterized as a case of cosmic justice, the Justice of the Supreme Court of Texas who signed the opinion in Bradford v. Vento finding silence equals misrepresentation was none other than The Honorable Greg Abbott, presently the Attorney General of Texas.
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I feel like I stepped in the middle of a conversation. What does this mean?
Not a darned thing.
Don’t ask me.
If the guy perjured himself , he should be in jail.
This means, the Republicans know that they could file a lawsuit in Texas to compel Boyd Richie to declare BO is ineligible, just like the Democrats to them in 2006. TDP v. RPT. But as that case says, individual candidates also have standing to file a lawsuit in state court, compelling the party Chair to declare a candidate ineligible. BUT THE LAWS WHICH ALLOW THIS AND WHICH WERE USED IN TDP V. RPT, WERE STATE OF TEXAS LAWS (even though the case was heard in federal court, because there was also a federal issue involved in that case). You have to do the work to understand everything; that is, read the 2 (two) CLOWNS posts or, listen to the podcast of my last show on Revolution Radio with drkate.
It’s technical. You wouldn’t understand it. /s
No court is going to overturn an election two years after the fact. HOWEVER, this is great news because Texas can, and should, force him to produce his official long form birth certificate or be denied a place on the ballot in 2012.
Get two more big states, like Florida and Ohio to do the same, and unless Obama produced his official long form birth certificate he would be shut out of a second term even if the Democrat Party kept him as their candidate elsewhere.
“individual candidates also have standing to file a lawsuit in state court, compelling the party Chair to declare a candidate ineligible.”
Was Alan Keyes on the Texas ballot?
Neither FL nor OH is an applicable state for election fraud. (You have to do your homework; citizen complaints of election fraud are posted on the sidebar of my blog. These are nothing more than statements from ‘complaining witnesses’ alerting the AG, a crime has been committed in this state.
TX state laws allow a party Chair to declare a candidate eligible; and allow mandamus to be used to get party Chairs to do their jobs. Or subject party Chairs to Open Records law.
At least, TX is the only state I know of now that satisfies all of these requirements; and has an AG who was the Judge in the case that makes my point.
I forgot to add, stop interjecting straw dogs into the argument. I mention nowhere that any work in which I am involved has as its motive, a desire to overturn an election. We only elect Electors in November; the Electors elected BO in December. And nothing in the Constitution required them to vet their choice as to Constitutional eligibility.
You mean, will he be on the 2012 Texas ballot?
At least, TX is the only state I know of now that satisfies all of these requirements;
I don’t doubt that for an instant. However, any state can pass a law requiring candidates to provide specific proof that they are eligible to hold the office they are running for to be put on the ballot.
I want states to pass such a law.
drip, drip, drip, drip . . .
But why bother? The election official in each state - in most states, this is the SoS - already has the authority to promulgate the rules to carry out his or her job. Why not just add the verification process to the rules? After all, just because a candidate cannot get his or her name on the ballot does not mean the Electors cannot still elect that person to be President. (Presumably, however, they wouldn’t dare!)
Sounds good to me. Let’s work on that.
If he (or any other usurper) cant get on the ballot in enough states he cant be elected unless there is a wholesale sellout of the Electors. Of course, Arnold Rothstein fixed a World Series, so I guess Omama and his crew could fix the Electoral College. But if the nation is that corrupt no law or election will fix it.
Good post and bump for later read.
Everyday new news and another revelation that Obama is not eligible to be president.
Drip drip drip indeed.
btw-are there any jobs in Texas? Sounds like a smart state to live in just now.
“Candidate Obama Is Ineligible For The Job”
Unfortunately, events over the past 15 months have conclusively demonstrated Obama is thoroughly unqualified for his job even if he provides bullet-proof evidence of his
constitutional eligibility. The fact that he can’t/won’t do the latter simply makes the former that much more infuriating.
If doctors can be sued for malpractice, it’s a shame the trial bar won’t extend this concept to politicians.
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