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To: STARWISE

I posted a WSJ Blog based ona short story where they dismiss all of this saying teh courts and judges always dismiss it based on standing and harm.

Article
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB123440666520775795.html#
Blog (freep the blog with a comment - no sign up required can use anon as name)

http://blogs.wsj.com/law/2009/02/12/standing-in-the-way-of-the-constitution/#comment-397649

I am starting to think Gary Kreep’s case with Allan Keyes may be one of the strongest cases and the one Obama is worried about the most.

Pointing out the obvious, Keyes was injured because he ran against Obama and it sure looks like he has standing.

It also appears that there are only two possible hospitals in Honolulu, HI he could have been born in. The only possibility would be a midwife or something which is doubtful. If those hospitals have no records he is toast.

The Keyes case may decide whether we will have country. The great things is Dr. Keyes is one of the most passionate pro-Constitution Republicans or Americans you will find.


10 posted on 02/16/2009 8:59:03 AM PST by Frantzie (Boycott GE - they own NBC, MSNBC, CNBC & Universal. Boycott Disney - they own ABC)
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To: Frantzie
The great thing is Dr. Keyes is one of the most passionate pro-Constitution Republicans or Americans you will find.

Absolutely! God bless him.

12 posted on 02/16/2009 12:53:46 PM PST by Faith
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To: Frantzie
I am starting to think Gary Kreep’s case with Allan Keyes may be one of the strongest cases and the one Obama is worried about the most.

Talk about self-deulsion. How sad.

I really hope you haven't donated any money to these clowns.

14 posted on 02/16/2009 2:11:14 PM PST by curiosity
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