Skip to comments.Plaintiff : Courts must hear eligibility arguments
Posted on 10/12/2009 1:00:23 PM PDT by RobinMasters
A plaintiff on one of the cases challenging Barack Obama's eligibility to be president says federal courts must hear the challenges, because to do otherwise would be treason.
The claim comes from Charles F. Kerchner Jr., a lead plaintiff in the Kerchner et al vs. Obama & Congress et al lawsuit being handled by attorney Mario Apuzzo.
Apuzzo filed his lawsuit last January on behalf of Kerchner, Lowell T. Patterson, Darrell James Lenormand and Donald H. Nelson Jr. Named as defendants are Barack Hussein Obama II, the U.S., Congress, the Senate, House of Representatives and former Vice President Dick Cheney along with House Speaker Nancy Pelosi.
The case focuses on the alleged failure in Congress to follow the Constitution. That document, the lawsuit states, "provides that Congress must fully qualify the candidate 'elected' by the Electoral College Electors."
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Gee, isn't that a shocker. A plaintiff wants doesn't want his case dismissed.
In other news, prosecutors want grand juries to indict their defendants, and football coaches want the calls they challange to be overturned.
The plaintiffs’ lawyers kept going, because they knew that eventually, the dam would break. And when it did, all the plaintiffs began to win.
The judge in this case filed by Mario Apuzzo has just been sitting on the case for almost a year.
The judiciary si so corrupt in this country along with the executive and legislative branches.
PING before the Obama supporters crawl from under their rocks and take over the thread.
You'd think Mr.Cheney would want a piece of Barry. Especially with a looming investigation into the *Plame* incident.
They have already emerged in the first few replies!
I would think they would reopen that Pandora's box with great care. There was much more wrong done there that right, and an honest inquiry into the whole mess would reveal a lot of problems. Of course, the operative word here is ‘honest’ and I'm afraid anyone this bunch would appoint would have the sole aim of bring more discredit to the Bush administration.
You will NEVER, EVER convince me that whole thing wasn't a setup by the CIA from start to finish. There's simply no other way to explain everything that happened there.
And freerepublic wants posters to actually post posts.
This is great news, soon the dam will break and this case will move forward and the truth will come out about our communist usurper in chief, Barkist Obamacon.
Soon the Obamanoids will be here.
How dare you, sir! Stop picking on our Kenyan messiah!!!!
Good analogy and metaphor: “the dam would break.” But the dam breaking in these presidential cases would be a big step toward maintaining a constitutional republic in the US. By contrast, the broken dam in the tobacco cases had more of negative effect on the legal system than a positive one.
Hell, the CIA might even be involved in Barry’s eligibility coverup. There’s NO WAY they didn’t FULLY vet him.
Man, that would be something but it does not make sense that bam would be harassing them while knowing they know he’s not a NBC!
Whoever is behind Obama has orchestrated a plot that takes into consideration every aspect of how we govern ourselves. But in the end they depended on the fact that everyone has their price. For some it's money, others it's recognition, others it's control. They studied the price of a lot of differing aspects and set about appealing to each one of them. The result is what we see today. A government and economy about to collapse under its own weight and several dozen czars in place to direct every aspect of our lives. Take overs of all sorts of private enterprises, and now health care.
We are seeing the end game of a lot of planning.
Well that's really going to sway the judge. </sarcasm>
This too could be bogus.
We are being lied to and manipulated on a daily basis.
“We are seeing the end game of a lot of planning.”
Here’s one of the *planner*.
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