Thanks. So Berg is the lawyer?
I have read elsewhere, through a fairly authoritative source, that Berg was warned repeatedly that his approach to the Obama eligibility was fundamentally flawed and would be rejected and possibly lead to censure. At least since the appeal is based on arguing existing judicial principles and precedents, it may be seen as more favorable for review.
Still, I fear that every judge or appellate court will take the simple path of a purported lack of standing to deep six the appeal, especially given the poor track records of the “birthers. What has upset me most about the decisions that I have read is that the judges have often thrown in material that they “dug up” on their own or, were often quoting material such as affidavits, which should not be referred to in the decisions according to standard legal doctrine.
I just don’t know where we can go from here. Everything is so unusual — a standard reading of NBC should indicate that BHO is ineligible for his job — so that even the “Quo Warranto” doctrine does not apply, as far as I can tell.
Even Carter admitted that election opponents may have standing. I think that any military officer should have standing, though Carter seemed to say that there was existing precedent in the 9th Circuit which would preclude such a defense.
BHO and his cronies have scoured the globe to eliminate, purge, and make unavailable almost all details of his life. I read a reliable account that his cronies showed up in Indonesia circa 2006 with the specific task of eliminating or making unavailable vital personal records. Newspaper articles have been scrubbed after the fact to remove any references to foreign allegiances or births.
The one thing that has struck me about the “questionable” Kenyan birth documents, is their consistency. The present the same hospital, real individuals who were in the specified role at the referred to time, and exact details with regards to name and birth details of the parents. Occam’s razor tells me that, despite the alleged forensic shortcomings of these documents, they remain, at worse, “fake, but accurate.”
No, not on this one (anymore).