Skip to comments.FULL ANALYSIS OF OBAMA ELIGIBILITY HEARING
Posted on 01/29/2012 10:56:09 PM PST by PrayAndVoteConservesInLibsOut
For the first time, this morning in Georgia, the question of Obamas eligibility to serve, became official. No longer the stuff of speculation, no longer dismissible by liberals as something which will never be heard in court, Obamas eligibility became a matter of an official court record.
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Also here is more info from January 26th. OBAMA ELIGIBILITY COURT CASE BLOW BY BLOW
I hope this is not sarcasm or a lie of some kind
All will be revealed by Judge Malihi in Georgia on Wednesday morning (1st Feb)
The rule of law, and our three-branch system of government, now hang in the balance. If the Georgia court issues a ruling on the merits and an order finding Obama in contempt of court, and if that contempt order actually results in real punishment of some kind, then we will still have a Constitutional Republic. If this doesnt happen, then Obama will have been rewarded for showing complete contempt for the judicial branch.....Understand that the goal of the Georgia ballot challenge was to have a court rule on the merits of the Constitutional question: Does the term natural born citizen in Article II of the Constitution require a Presidential candidate to have two parents that were U.S. citizens at the time the candidate was born? Obama wants to avoid having a court rule on this question. That is why he didnt show up and ordered his attorneys to not show up. Obama was hoping that the Georgia court would enter a default judgment rather than rule on the merits. If the court enters a default judgment, Obama will have succeeded in avoiding the Constitutional eligibility question. He will then appeal the default judgment, get the appellate court to suspend the default judgment pending appeal, and then delay the appeal until after the primary. This is undoubtedly Obamas plan.
Amicus brief regarding "natural born citizen" requirement of eligibility:
I meant to post #4 to you, when I said I think it will be at least the a.m. of the 2nd. I believe the deadline for the written briefs is the 1st.
Also,there will be another eligibility challenge in Memphis toward the end of February, I don’t think the exact date is set yet.
1)The entire case be dismissed
2) The judge simply rules that Obama is in default
3)The judge rules on the merits and the default
If #2 or 3 occur it seems to me it will be appealed and the effect will be the same as it will held until after the election?
But if the judge rules on the merits, then we should eventually and finally get a clear ruling on the merits from the SCOTUS.
If the judge were going to rule for the default judgment he would have done that the first day.
The judge discussed this with the parties on the 26th. The plaintiffs argued for NOT ruling for a default judgment, as the judge was inclined to do. They wanted the evidence to be admitted, and preferably to eventually have a judgment on the merits of the evidence. The judge was sympathetic to their wishes, perhaps since after all the other party didn’t show, and if anything showed contempt for the process.
And yes if there had been a default judgment the Obama team could have appealed then dragged out the process until after the primary since under law he would have then been reinstated on the ballot pending outcome of the appeal.
If there is an eventual ruling on the merits then Obama could be in trouble in all 50 states. His strategy for a default ruling will have backfired.
I think the idea was that there will still be a default judgment issued and the arguments were being put “on the record” so to speak, not the judge is ruling on merits.
That’s interesting. I haven’t heard of that case coming up and I live in Memphis. I’ll be watching that case as well.
Judge Malihi gave parties until Feb. 5th to submit written arguments. In a private pre-hearing audience in his chambers, Malihi offered a default judgement but the complainants asked that the hearing proceed in order to have testimony and evidence entered into the record.
Malihi said he will rule and submit a recommendation to the Georgia Secretary of State shortly after his Feb. 5th deadline.
Go to the Liberty Legal Foundation site and look around (and please join!) LLF is suing the DNC relative to the issue of certification of Obama. I looked the other day and there was no definite date yet, but it should be in the last half of February.
If the GA case comes out positively especially, the courtroom should be packed.
A ruling on the merits, plus contempt, with a just action following, is the outcome we hope for.
Thanks to all for all the updates and ongoing info. I haven’t heard any of this on the mainstream media so that’s why I posted it.
May God protect our great country America. Let us pray!
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Seems like the first question to ask is whether or not Georgia has any standing to take up this issue in the first place, specifically for a Presidential election.
The only group that can decide that is the USSC. And they’ve pretty much ruled on that already.
In Bush vs. Gore the USSC decided that Federal law trumps state law for Presidential elections, and took the recount case away from the Florida Supreme Court.
It doesn’t seem likely that they will come back now and say that they were wrong back then.
Bush vs. Gore was a terrible infringement on States’ Rights. Bush probably would have won anyway. But because of that ruling Georgia is just wasting their time.