Skip to comments.Why Obama has already lost in Supreme Court v Barack Obama aka Barry Soetoro et al
Posted on 01/11/2009 9:18:59 AM PST by FreeManN
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I believe it when I see it. But I pray that you are right.
This sounds like another API fantasy. Scotus is never gonna do anything.
What you say may be true, and I may live to see the day when your viewpoint is vindicated (for the record, I hope you are right).
But something tells me that Obama is going to be sworn on January 20 and he will be your President for the next four years: Constitution, facts, logic and the Law notwithstanding.
Note that if just one SC justice is in fear of his life, he may set aside his scruples and shut down the case. We'll see....
Has anyone seen or posted any documents, brief, or response filed in any court by Obama’s attorneys?
The fact that it’s gone as far as it has is noteworthy.
Is that you, Pollyanna?
It would be sweet and it would be wonderful to see the Constitution upheld. But I think you’re dreaming. This whole thing is going to quietly pass right on by without even a whimper.
On Friday the SCOTUS did not engage in a move of check. Rather, they moved an out of the way pawn and yielded control of the center of the board. This is poor chess and poor political maneuvering.
He hasn’t had to because none of the cases have been able to establish standing. Without standing there is no case. Until standing can be shown they are frivilous cases.
And in the real world, John Roberts, Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court will administer the Oath of Office to Barack Hussein Obama on January 20th, 2009.
It'll be on TV if you want to watch it live.
My guess as a non-lawyer is that as long as the SCOTUS members do not issue a ruling, no precedent is set that could affect future court cases of this type. Because of the sensitivity of this particular election, and the ramifications of ruling that Obama would not be eligible to be president, the SCOTUS members may not want to rock the boat at this time, but want to leave the door open for future challenges of future presidents to be.
This is just my uneducated opinion.
I’m not terribly interested in this issue because it will not be allowed to unseat the Messiah.
Still, he could end all this by simply providing it. He won’t, and that puzzles me.
Doing so would make the right wing look foolish.
Not doing so makes him seem foolish.
I wonder how much money Berg has been able to generate with this charade? I’d wager a guess that at least 1000 people have sent in the $50 he is requesting. Nice little moonlighting gig.
"The justices are considering your petition."
They why does every thread say that OB has spent hundreds of thousands in attorney fees fighting the cases?