Breech of Conract lawsuit vs Obama Candidate

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posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 01:23 AM
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sounds like a verbal contract to me and backed up by written evidence of the speech/contract.


Now did you sign it? You know, his promises were contingent on you voting his way right? If you didn't vote his ticket, you didn't sign the contract per se.

Anyway good luck with your lawsuit, it's a pipe dream, it will never work in a million years, but you can certainly try.




posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 01:55 AM
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I think I wrote that I didn't vote for Obama. I couldn't believe that anyone would. He has no experience in leadership at all. No businesses. Not even college. His entry into politics imho was to simply show to all the THE PTB are in charge.

I got the message. They will do what they want with any material that is elected as President. The difference in qualifications is on the one hand, emergencies are handled well and accepted by the populace...meaning a leader is in charge. On the other hand the emergency happens and the leader maintains his schedule of visiting kids or golfing.

Summing it up is that their agenda will not be curtailed by anyone we elect as president . If an outsider he will be eliminated and his insider vp will replace him.



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 02:01 AM
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So it looks like your choice is clear, you have to vote for someone else again in the next election and hope and pray that everyone else votes the same way and Obama is put out of office.



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 11:49 AM
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I can't believe what is coming out of this thread. People that are aware and researching conspiracies of all sorts and not one that can turn that creativity into a possible fix for the current political scam.

All of the posts say to use the vote. Well the system is rigged to control whoever we put in office and for yet another term of office we just have to wait to vote and hope yet again that they will be the one that thumbs their nose at the power and does right by the citizens. Won't happen.

We should have an option of just outright firing any elected official. Push the red button and he is sent packing.



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 12:15 PM
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We need to do something about this before we vote him out. Otherwise he
will just use the time between the vote and Jan. 2012 to ram all of his socialist,
communist agendas through.



posted on Jul, 7 2010 @ 12:22 PM
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Ah but that would be the minority imposing it's will on the majority, Obama both won the popular vote, and the electoral vote. So in essence, wouldn't you be robing the majority of Americans their right to elect who they choose?

I am sure that if your candidate won, your attitude towards threads like these would be far different. If someone said that your candidate should be thrown out based on such a flimsy argument as yours, wouldn't you be wondering why?

Now your red button analogy does exist, it's called impeachment. It does work. Has worked in the past. It's just, Obama lying is not an impeachable offense.

As far as the idea of taking Obama to court based on a breach of contract, well, as I said before, once he is out of office, you can certainly try.



posted on Jul, 14 2010 @ 06:14 PM
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If you remove Obama from the picture, and take this as a purely scholarly endeavor, it is a very fascinating premise on it's face. Setting case law in favor of allowing suits could at very least dial down some of the over the top rhetoric and promises leading up to taking office. As for entering into a contract, application to run for office as well as taking an oath of office IS a contract to the government and the taxpayers whom support it. Now setting the suit to only monetary damages would gain nothing obviously as most would go to lawyers just to research and put all the punctuations in place, as well as the appeals. An interesting idea to be sure though how much reality it would be garner is wholly different subject.





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