Skip to comments.Georgia judge considered 'default' against Obama
Posted on 01/28/2012 3:09:53 PM PST by Panzerlied
Attorneys who argued in a Georgia court this week that Barack Obama isnt eligible to be president say Administrative Law Judge Michael Malihi considered granting a default judgment before they even argued the case.
That presumably could have recommended that Obama failed to prove his eligibility and therefore should not be on the 2012 ballot, since he and his lawyer snubbed the hearing, for which Obama was subpoenaed.
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He’s already committed impeachable offenses, but with the congress we have, they won’t act. I’m not sure they’d act even in the scenario you cite. We might be able to get the House to enact articles of impeachment, but to remove him, we’d have to get through Harry Reid and a bunch of other traitors in the Senate. There would definitely be a crisis.
What is absolutely disgusting, is that we’re into the last year of Obama’s first term, and these cases have been non-stop from day one, yet the courts have not allowed an airing of the facts, history, or precedent regarding eligibility.
People all over this country are demanding it!
Until such time as the courts do, these cases will continue.
“Since this is happening in a redstate, it may go nowhere, but if they can get this going in someplace like Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, or Michigan, Obama will go to political DEFCON ONE.”
Well since Orly Taitz is the only attorney who will do it and she is just about out of cash, I don’t see anymore being filed by an attorney. And if you file pro se, it will go right in the garbage.
If people interested in this issue want this to work, they will have to make donations. So I guess that’s it.
Some more updated info on this, straight from a source in the interview:
What will Obama’s next move be?
In a round about way, the US supreme court has let it be known that its none of their business. Fine. It's our business.
By next weekend we should have a ruling. If he words the ruling in a fair way and DQ’s Obama, it will create a blueprint for the next state, next judge.
Can you Imagine running for president and telling people you refuse to release all birth documents? Brass Balls. This judge has probably seen dozens of A-holes like Obama before, and shoving it back up his pipe is routine.
A president fighting the states. Only Obama, the communist tyrant.
So the plaintiffs reject a default judgement? Wow - they are pretty confident that the judge will agree with them.
" Understand that the goal of the Georgia ballot challenge was to have a court rule on the merits of the Constitutional question: Does the term natural born citizen in Article II of the Constitution require a Presidential candidate to have two parents that were U.S. citizens at the time the candidate was born? Obama wants to avoid having a court rule on this question. That is why he didnt show up and ordered his attorneys to not show up.
Obama was hoping that the Georgia court would enter a default judgment rather than rule on the merits. If the court enters a default judgment, Obama will have succeeded in avoiding the Constitutional eligibility question. He will then appeal the default judgment, get the appellate court to suspend the default judgment pending appeal, and then delay the appeal until after the primary. This is undoubtedly Obamas plan."
Pennsylvania's legislature has Senate Bill 1282 on the agenda. Rather an PA be a winner-take-all state, in November the electors would be allocated according to which candidate got each congressional district, plus two electors going to which candidate got the most votes statewide. So Obama could win the popular vote in PA, mostly from Philly and Pittsburgh, and most of the electors could go to the Republican.
I don’t think it will be a default judgment — the judge has already indicated this based on the arguments of the legal teams that actually showed up.
It’s going to be an interesting next few days.
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