Skip to comments.Juneau Man Sues for Obama's Birth Records
Posted on 07/27/2012 4:02:35 PM PDT by george76
A Juneau man has filed a lawsuit trying to compel the state of Alaska to prove that President Obama is qualified to be on the ballot.
Gordon Warren Epperly claims in the lawsuit that Obama's citizenship status is unknown, and that Obama was illegally inaugurated in 2009.
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Count down the hours until a judge decides the case has no merit and throws it out.
The petitioner’s Complaint (PDF):
In order to have "standing," one has to be closer to god-like. After all, Obama is a "god" at least in his own mind and in the minds of the self-appointed "elites" who worship him.
My thought exactly.
The only way a lawsuit will work for this is the way Lord Monkton described.
Doesn’t Alaska fall under the pervue of the Ninth Circus? If so, I wish Mr. Epperly good luck.
The form submitted to all states by the DNC did NOT say obama was eligible. In all other elections [I think], the form HAS said so.
I don’t know if that phrase is required - but its absence is meaningful. Any state that requires that phrase can delete 0bama from the ballots.
Definitely need to watch the movie 2016....awesome movie and should be shown to the public on TV before the election....we need to keep the pressure up!
“Epperly also questions U.S. Rep. Nancy Pelosi’s right to run for federal office since she’s a woman.”
This guy may be on to something and this case may have legs.
gotta link? I dig for so much other info, I get a bit worn out.
Keep up the pressure. Narcissists will crack. I mean the SCOTUS and the other Narcissist the POTUS.
..seems it was expunged from Google...but FR has it.
Thanks for the Ping.
I wish this gentleman the best of luck, but if the outcomes in Georgia, Florida and Arizona (Bennett) aren’t enough to convince reasonable-minded persons that the rule of law is dead (or at least on hiatus until Teh Won leaves), then nothing will.
I know, I know. I’m a nut job. ;)
This Alaskan prospector dude should check in with his Republican representatives before he goes around filing expensive lawsuits. Mine told me that Mombasa Man was OK because he was "born in Hawaii." They said the paperwork on his website proves it.
If that weren't true, I am sure Rush Limbaugh would have said something about it.
Or the infamous, plaintiff “lacks standing” to bring the suit. That seems to be the favorite ruling by the judges on this issue.
More probable is rejection due to lack of "standing."
Individuals are not allowed to bring a complaint directly to the Supreme Court. Period.
Most Americans are hopelessly ignorant about how our court system works. The only way for individuals to get a complaint before the Supreme Court is to go up the chain starting at a local Federal Court. We're talking years here assuming the lower Federal courts don't reject it first.
The States, or a US Representative may have standing, assuming that the majority of the House agrees with his complaint. Or the State of Alaska can do it. Again, a years long process.
Another problem with the system, is the Supreme Court is unable, by law, to initiate a complaint on their own, unless they are directly a party in a legal matter involving the other two branches of government.
Good luck to this guy.
I'd almost bet they have a dump protocol action command somewhere along the line which sends some stuff just part-way (thru 479,272 "hits") down the memory hole. Plausible deniability, and all that...with as time goes on, the number (hit number where an item could be found) downward increasing towards
I'd bet only a few on the Google campus know of the secrets of that inner-circle, special order admin op.
There could even be some lone wolf types, along with some ad-hoc cabals who have the capability of doing the memory hole dirty work, so do so, without anyone in management directing the proceedings in any way, which gives them another layer of plausible deniability.
What we could really us is a handful of whistleblowers inside Google, who would be crafty enough to "stay on station" sort of like double-agents, after the credible info was leaked. There just has to be some geek turned code-toad who would relish that sort of thing.
Now I remember the thread. From WND. Derisively, long referred to as World Nut Daily. It’s a crying shame that after information is posted there, others are reluctant to touch it. Some stuff, anyway.