And does anyone think Congress will impeach? HA! That great “constitutional” scholar Senator Byrd (gag) couldn't even bring himself to convince Bill Clinton after he said he would if they could produce the evidence. Guess what. They produce the evidence and Senator Byrd still didn't vote for impeachment.
Don't get me wrong. I think it is VERY important to air out where exactly is Obama’s birth certificate, social security numbers, grades, etc.; especially after being promised “open government”. Heck, I just read a book complaining about George Bush only having “Cs”, yet no one can tell us Obama’s grades. But you will never be able to impeach him or legally challenge him. Our society has become too corrupt.
You are right on that but I honestly think we have started something else the corrupt ones weren’t looking for. There’s always a tipping point
I remember the dems using Bush's low grades in college against him until it was learned that Kerry's college GPA was even lower. Lol.
IMO whatever comes out is what some people want to come out. If they wanted to set a precedent that non-native born citizens can now become President (like Arnold) then they would force this issue because there is definitely something askew in Obama's background since he's willing to spend a million bucks on lawyers to keep it quiet.
We live in a fun house, and it's not fun.
I'm not sure. IF we had hardcore Constitutional evidence that he was not eligible to be President, then I don't see how the SCOTUS could refuse to hear the case (it probably could be directly submitted to them without having to go through the lower courts first). I remember that the last thing in the universe they wanted to do was get involved with Bush v. Gore, but they felt they HAD to because of the importance of the subject. I would think this would be on the same level, but who knows? :)
And does anyone think Congress will impeach? HA!
I thought about that too, but came to an interesting problem. In this case they could only impeach "the President", and our whole case would be that he is NOT the President. LOL!
Here’s my GUESS below:
If a president were found to have been ineligible for the office, then he is automatically NOT president. It wouldn’t be a matter of impeaching him.
I think it would be a matter of the vice president simply taking over. I believe the current reading on succession says that ANYTHING that incapacitates the president results in the elevation of the VP until the incapacity is removed. Ineligibility could not be removed.
Also, the TEAM of Biden and Obama ran, so all of those winning votes were also his.
Imho, this would require the involvement of the courts, and at the level of legal interpretation and not at the level of the chief justice being presiding judge over an impeachment.