posted on Sep, 8 2009 @ 12:33 PM
reply to post by kinda kurious
it's certainly an odd situation. they want to dump the case not because of the quality of the evidence itself (which should be relevant) but because
no one can prove he or she was hurt by the fact that obama won because none of the plaintiffs had any chance of being elected anyway. that's crazy
reasoning. they keep insisting that nobody has the right to raise this question, and then that nobody has the right to decide this question once the
election has been accepted and the president sworn in. this must be what obama's research discovered before hand. if he could pull it off, there
would be no way to do anything.
obviously they don't want to deal with the actual evidence. so much trouble has been gone to to discredit the PEOPLE who have tried to ascertain if
obama is a natural born citizen rather than the content of the evidence.
it's true that we now have bigger problems than obama's eligibility, and that any number of challenges could be brought regarding obama's actions
as president contrary to the constitution, that haven't been brought. i wonder if dispensing with obama needing to be eligible to run, includes a
blanket dispensation from obeying anything in the constitution. after all, who can raise the question? who can prove "harm" because of these many
things he has pulled. will he ever be held accountable for ANYTHING?