If you review their reasoning, you'll see it was actually a sound decision. If they had accepted the default, there would have been a decision with no evidence to support it
, other than the default - a decision that the SOS would have been free to ignore.
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.
posted on 02/21/2012 2:04:33 PM PST
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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.
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