Skip to comments.Was The Georgia Secretary Of State’s Decision “Greased”?
Posted on 02/21/2012 1:09:21 PM PST by NJ_Tom
That thing was greased, as they say in Chicago, referring to a political phenomenon known as being handled before table. Well, bloggers are asking, was it? Word now coming out reveals just two days after Secretary of State Brian Kemp gave Barack Obama the green light to appear on Georgia election ballots,, the Department of Energy awarded Kemps state an eye popping $8.3 billion loan guarantee to begin construction on two nuclear plants. In the face of a shocking dissent by Nuclear Regulatory Commission CHAIRMAN Director Gregory B. Jazcko, four other commissioners approved awarding Southern Energy the first nuclear construction licenses since 1978, just one year before the tragedy of the Three Mile Island nuclear disaster put a hold on new U.S. nuclear plant construction.
Not with me, it wouldn't be. The words, "I only regret that I have but one life to give for my county," ring in my ears.
Somebody got to Malihi the Judge.
He allowed the case to come to his court, he sent out a subpoena to Obama, and then the case was just dropped off a cliff.
Somebody was greased all right, and the Judge got his share of the grease.
If they got to the judge, why did he offer the plaintiffs a default judgement that would have take Obama off the ballot?
He offered them everything they wanted and they rejected the deal.
Yeah, it’s pretty telling that
1) they claim that the document posted online is a “scan” of the actual document.
2) no, they won’t show the actual document, it’s “sealed”.
Can you point to and link any proof that that happened?
Obama is being blackmailed over his eligibility. If it is this bad with our own states doing it, what is he giving away internationally to friends and enemies? What is he giving away to persons like George Soros? This was my worse fear about this whole fiasco.
By rejecting the default, they were able to introduce their evidence and make it part of the legal record - and, therefore, a sound basis for an appeal.
From the judge’s decision:
“Ordinarily, the Court would enter a default order against a party that fails to participate in any stage of a
proceeding. Ga. Comp. R. & Regs. 616-1-2-.30(1) and (5). Nonetheless, despite the Defendant’s failure to appear, Plaintiffs asked this Court to decide the case on the merits
of their arguments and evidence. The Court granted Plaintiffs’ request.”
A sound basis for appeal only if their arguments were themselves legally sound.
And that’ the issue in a nut shell - no one out side of the eligibility crowd thinks that the natural born citizen = two citizen parents is a legally valid argument.
This doesn’t say a default order was offered. It describes the typical scenario, but since Malihi acted in place of Obama’s defense attorney, there’s no reason to assume he wouldn’t have done so without holding the hearing.
The Indiana Appeals Court affirmed that it is indeed legally valid. It was the ONLY question that it directly acknowledged was answered in Minor v. Happersett. Of course, they failed to understand that Minor also answered the question about the children of aliens and split parentage, by showing they could only become citizens through naturalization or Constitutional amendment.
Honor, honesty and decency are all but extinct.
“since Malihi acted in place of Obamas defense attorney”
Care to elaborate on this?