Skip to comments.Obama eligibility - naive law student gets an 'F' as attorney rips her a new one
Posted on 12/26/2009 6:59:53 AM PST by westcoastwillieg
Attorney Philip J. Berg defends Obama birth certificate lawsuits
Editor's note: Philip J. Berg, former deputy attorney general of Pennsylvania and an activist attorney who brought a lawsuit challenging the eligibility of Barack Obama to become president of the United States, has written the following reply to Jamie Freeze's Dec. 22 RenewAmerica article "Facts are stubborn things: Obama is a natural-born citizen."
Jamie Freeze, a law student, has called any of us who question Soetoro/Obama's citizenship status and constitutional eligibility to serve as U.S. President --- a constitutional right of ours, of course --- incompetent idiots. Ms. Freeze, however, may want to continue her education. Part of being a lawyer, a very important part, is being able to comprehend what you read and to cite the correct law to collaborate it, something Ms. Freeze has clearly failed to do.
I will respond below to Ms. Freeze's allegations. My responses are in bold. I also want to make very clear to all readers that none of the eligibility cases have been heard, litigated, or dismissed based on the law pertaining to any of the issues raised. Instead, the eligibility cases have been dismissed on the basis of "STANDING" only.
(Excerpt) Read more at renewamerica.com ...
Apparently there are many things this moron doesn’t understand, yet somehow, she has a law degree.
Law school usually means a perosn has beter than average reasoning skills, but liberalism is a mental illness that makes people come to illogical conclusions but justify their answers.
“Never trust a man that hides his history”
I do computer support for a bunch of lawyers. A law degree apparently does not require any common sense.
Sometimes even facts get ignored here on FR!
I was shocked by how badly she writes.
As for Obama being a Muslim. . .when he criticizes Islam and it's followers for being as imperfect as America and all it's citizens, might reconsider my position. . .Of course, we have it from the
horses President's mouth:
Why is there no record of His past? Have the records simply disappeared?
Tarp ‘slush fund’ no doubt, kicking in. . .
Main Entry: 1driv·el
Function: intransitive verbInflected Form(s): driv·eled or driv·elled; driv·el·ing or driv·el·ling \-v(ə-)liŋ\
Etymology: Middle English, from Old English dreflian;
perhaps akin to Old Norse draf malt dregs
Date: before 12th century
1 : to let saliva dribble from the mouth : slaver
2 : to talk stupidly and carelessly
driv·el·er \-v(ə-)lər\ noun
I like this definition because it reminds me of "Skip-Gate", whereby the police "acted stupidly" - the defenders of Barry's faux NBC status are getting "wee-weed up", and acting stupidly.
You made your point. LOL
I am a Constitutionalist.
We have much in common.
This young lady is taking quite a bit of irrational abuse on this forum and likewise irrational condemnation from a group of people that under any other circumstances would more than likely embrace her and her values.
Sad, the sheeple on the right can be just as blinded by emotional ignorance as those of the left. It is a bit embarrassing actually.
The current oval office resident is using an alias, not a legal name. Things go downhill from there with this affirmative action liar-in-chief, the darling of the democrap party.
Uh, Phil ... that would be corroborate.
You do Constitutionalists no favor by making such a basic blunder with the English language.
Come to think of it, you've done Constitutionalists no favor thus far.