reply to post by Tartarspoon
Whatever it is, it isn't a long form certificate from Hawaii.
the thing is, when things that are done make no sense, such as spend lots of money fighting a petition to supply a document to a court rather than
just sending it for a small bit fee to aquire a certified copy,
it seems to be a bit strange at the least, and at most, suspicious to the point of the document was not submitted because it is nonexistent.
to have a court, or multiple courts ignore the petition or dismiss it seems to perpetuate the mystery at the least and act in a manner of accomplice,
against oath of office, mandate and law at most.
Like when I got a no insurance ticket because my proof of insurance card had no expiration date, I had to call my insurer and have a replacement card
sent with an expiration date to show the court clerk to void the ticket.
There was a mandatory $50.00 filing fee charged me by the court for a ticket I should have never got, plus time, gas, and effort to satisfy the
frivulous ticket charge.
But, alternately, would it be more fitting to take the charge to court and spend more on legal fees and waste court time over something as petty as
providing proof in compliance with their policy?
Or, would I be better to fight in court at more expense and possibly counterclaim that the methodoligy used is unconstitutional and caustic with only
collecting monies as the mandate of each branch?
How complicated is it?
What is the obvious common sense solution?
What the heck is the big deal?
Just supply the document and all the accusations and conspiracy theories would be instantly moot.
To answer this, you must ask yourself why?
could it be simply it cannot be offered because there isn't such a document.
I could compare it to 43's reserve and court records drawing focus attention away from other issues.
The best part is, repeatedly, we fall for it, whether we are appauled or indifferent.
Pass the flouride and let me watch dancing with the stars uninterrupted.