Even MORE Reasons to Love Georgia!

January 26, 2012 at 3:28 PM 12 comments

Apparently, and very recently, “Georgia citizens today delivered sworn testimony to a court that Barack Obama is slam-dunk disqualified from having his name on the 2012 presidential ballot in the state, because his father never was a U.S. citizen, which prevents him from qualifying as a “natural-born citizen” as the U.S. Constitution requires for a president.” [1]

What that means essentially is that Georgians will not be voting for the man even if they want to because he is completely and legally ineligible.  I tell ya what…that makes me happier than a pig sipping his swill!  Shoot.

Mr. Obama’s “critics say he never met the constitutional requirements to occupy the Oval Office, and the states and Congress failed in their obligations to make sure only a qualified president is inaugurated. His supporters, meanwhile, argue he won the 2008 election and therefore was “vetted” by America.” [2]

Don’t expect to hear about this in the liberal media, or even FOX News for that matter.  Everyone is just hunky-dory hush, hush about it!

What’s funny is that neither Mr. Obama or his attorneys even bothered showing.  They would probably tell you that they would not dignify the proceedings with their presence, but how many times has Mr. Obama already ignored legal proceedings against him or things like his healthcare bill?  When it doesn’t suit him, he’s not at all concerned about legal proceedings.

In Georgia, a state law requires “every candidate for federal” office who is certified by the state executive committees of a political party or who files a notice of candidacy “shall meet the constitutional and statutory qualifications for holding the office being sought.”

“State law also grants the secretary of state and any “elector who is eligible to vote for a candidate” in the state the authority to raise a challenge to a candidate’s qualifications, the judge determined.” [3]

Will this be appealed? No idea if it even can be, but if the court’s ruling is final, I guess that’s all she wrote.

Read the entire article at the link below.

[1] http://www.wnd.com/2012/01/georgia-court-told-obama-slam-dunk-disqualified/

[2] Ibid

[3] Ibid

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  • 1. Simon  |  January 27, 2012 at 1:22 AM

    I note a few other internet sites are also referring to this – supposedly about 100 people were in the Court room and heard the arguments. In fact, similar moves have also been recently tried in New Hampshire, Alabama and Illinois.

    However, does anyone actually think this will actually work in preventing Obama from running in 2012? The claimants clearly have negligible chance of winning and are vexatious litigants – whether rightly or wrongly. In most cases, the person lodging these claims is one person – serial pest Orly Taitz. Even Bill O’Reilly called her ‘a nut’.

    Most importantly, this argument was already raised in 2008 in conjunction with the birther claims. After 17 failed lawsuits, he is President right now isn’t he? The following cases indicate that the ‘natural born citizen’ argument was run and failed: Donofrio v Wells [2008]; Wrotnowski v Bysiewicz [2008]; Keyes v Bowen [2008]; Ankeny v Governor of the State of Indiana [2008]; Cook v Cook [2009]; Cook v Good [2009]; Liberty Legal Foundation v National

    Interesting, if the logic is Obama can’t be President because his father was born in Kenya, what about Mitt Romni, whose father was born in Mexico?

    As a final point, just as well Newt Gingrich (who is also from Georgia) wasn’t President and being challenged along these lines here, because even if he lost, he probably would just ignore the Court’s ruling, which is one of his latest schemes (that and trillion-dolllar moon bases).

    • 2. Simon  |  January 27, 2012 at 1:37 AM

      In fact, this issue of ‘natural born’ was raised when Mitt’s father George Romney (who was born in Mexico) ran for the Republican Presidential nomination in 1968. Ironically, similar issues were also raised against John McCain in 2000, given he was actually born at Coco Solo Naval Air Station in the Panama Canall Zone (which was not part of the US at that time, and he never released his birth certificate!) Finally, the mother of Thomas Jefferson was even born in London England (and Jefferson was born at a time when his mother owed allegiance to the Crown of Great Britain).

      • 3. modres  |  January 27, 2012 at 5:24 AM

        There is something so odd about someone who supports another country’s leader as you do, Simon. He’s a Marxist and he is opposed to the U.S. Constitution. Every chance he gets, he issues (abuses) Executive Orders, skirts Congress, and ignores court rulings.

        As I’ve said before, if you love him so much, take him.

      • 4. Simon  |  January 27, 2012 at 5:50 AM

        Happy to take him – send him over. He can’t do any worse than our own politicians. The reason whilst I am interested is because the US President is effectively Caesar, and our own Prime Minister Herod. The same goes for Britain and many other countries. That is why if you go to a paper such as the Guardian newspaper, or the Australian newspaper, they have sections on American politics almost as big as our own respective domestic politics.

        Of course we subjects of Caesar are interested in what happens in the American Empire, as it affects all us client states. It is probably difficult for Imperial citizens like you to understand from living in the US, where views tend to be very inward looking.

      • 5. modres  |  January 27, 2012 at 6:19 AM

        I’d love to send him over in a heartbeat. Problem is he does not hate Australia. By the way Simon, I know a number of Aussies who literally loathe Mr. Obama, so maybe because you work for the government, you’re an anomaly. They work in the private sector.

        The U.S. President should NOT be Caesar, but I would agree that this is how Mr. Obama thinks of himself. In America, we have the three branches of government which are supposed to offer checks and balances to each.

        If you want to write to insult me, Simon, I suggest not writing. Please do not forget that I ALLOW your posts as a courtesy. That can stop at any time.

        If you want to get nasty, you’ll have to simply do it by looking in the mirror because I will not allow you to do that here. I’m sure you understand, but if not, I’m prepared to show you what I mean.

    • 6. modres  |  January 27, 2012 at 5:35 AM

      Speaking of ignoring court rulings, the Marxist leader we have as president now also ignores court rulings.

      You protest way too much, Simon, for someone who does not even live in this country.

      You really do not see just how much you love Mr. Obama, do you? You have said that you don’t think he’s doing a bad job. Frankly, it appears to go way beyond that. Look at all the blogs I’ve written since you’ve last submitted a comment. The only one that has “moved” you at all is this one about your god, Mr. Obama.

      Just admit it, Simon. If you could, you would kiss this man’s rear end, so great a job you think he’s doing.

      Look, Mr. Obama wants to increase the size of the government. He SOUNDS like he wants to create jobs (repair the infrastructure), but the type of jobs he wants to create are those supported with tax payer dollars. He has NO plan to create private sector jobs at all, which is the real meat of any economy.

      Then again, since you work for your government, the idea of working for a private company is likely anathema to you.

      Not sure how it works where you are (and don’t much care), but government workers in general are laughed at here because there are so many ways to take advantage of the situation.

      For instance, in the State Education Dept in California, we have people who have actually “retired” who were called back to work part-time, yet are still able to receive their retirement AND their part-time pay. It is things like this that is putting California on the brink of bankruptcy.

      Mr. Obama has shown at every turn – especially with Obamacare – that he is opposed to private sector industries. He wants a bloated government. Conservatives want a smaller one; one that continues allowing people to have the freedoms guaranteed them by our Founding Fathers.

      Yes, Mr. Obama is president after 17 failed lawsuits. So what? Most of the judges who ruled are liberals appointed by the Clintons. Your view of Taitz is skewed. Who cares what Bill O’Reilly said? He’s not one I look to for guidance. It’s difficult to get past his ego. Sean Hannity isn’t that much better. FOX News has missed the boat on any number of things.

      Look Simon, I realize what your view is concerning Mr. Obama. It’s painfully obvious except to you.

      Next, you’ll be telling me his excrement does not have a negative odor…

      • 7. Simon  |  January 27, 2012 at 5:58 AM

        I wouldn’t say Obama is a god but I would say he is doing a better job than you suggest. I haven’t commented on your more recent posts because I haven’t felt that I really disagreed and in quite a few cases fairly agreed. However, in this instance, I feel you are strongly incorrect in still dragging up the old birther issue.

        Are you sure Conservatives want smaller government – what about military spending? Traditionally, Conservatives, as formulated by Burke and Disraeli, actually cherished social cohesion most, followed by respect for authority, property and organicism. I think what you think as ‘Conservatism’ is nothing more than post-Regan modern economic liberalism influenced by the likes of Aryan Rand.

      • 8. modres  |  January 27, 2012 at 6:16 AM

        Yes, I know Simon. You’ve often told me how wrong I am where Mr. Obama is concerned. Thank you.

        Regarding small government, conservatives DO want smaller government where entitlements are concerned. The military is completely different because it’s purpose is to protect American interests.

        The sign of a liberal – especially a Marxist – is to make government entitlements far larger and shrink the military.

        Social cohesion is fine, but unfortunately today, more and more people are holding their hands out to the government and Mr. Obama has done nothing but give them what they want.

        He has decided that people who are here illegally can stay. He has put thousands of Muslims on the fast track to arrive legally into this country.

        Years ago, people had to be sponsored in if they came from another country, so that they would have a job and actually benefit the country. Not so today.

        In a nutshell Simon, the reality is that liberals like Mr. Obama prefer to give things away rather than provide situations where people can earn the right to live here.

        Ayn Rand has nothing to do with the type of conservatism I’m referring to, so please stop putting words in my mouth.

  • 9. Nelson Swiger Jr.  |  January 26, 2012 at 3:51 PM

    In the end this will make no difference. This country is now in the hands of the father of lies and the lies will rule the day. We deserve what we are getting. We are throwing Israel under the bus and rocking the bus on them, we are killing about 3500 babies a day, we are exporting pornography around the world, we are now telling other countries that if they want to have financial aide from the U.S. they must recognize homosexuals as equal to heterosexuals in marriage and every other area of life.

    It is my hope that we unseat this liar and thief, but God has no reason at all to show us mercy. He has shown us mercy far above even what I thought he would, but I suspect that mercy is hanging by a thread. I still believe that Obama will have a second term and nothing will be in his way. I believe God will take him off his leash and we will have a president that is a reflection of this nation and that reflection is a horrific one.

    The Rapture is so close I can feel it in my bones and my goal is to tell as many as possible so that they can escape the horror coming to this nation and world.

    God bless Fred, we miss you in the great state of Texas.

    • 10. modres  |  January 26, 2012 at 4:11 PM

      We are getting what we play for, Nelson, this is true. I’m hopeful that God will deign to turn this around, but should He choose not to do so, in the end, what we get is what we get.

      I’m glad Georgia sent a message and whether it makes any difference or not, the fact that Georgia is willing to go against the tide says something great, in my opinion.

      • 11. Simon  |  January 27, 2012 at 1:24 AM

        It really isn’t fair to say ‘Georgia is sending a message’ because in reality it is just one person – serial pest Orly Taitz. Even Bill O’Reilly called her ‘a nut’. She has tried this same stunt all over the US and probably will continue to do so until she fails everywhere – which is highly likely.

      • 12. modres  |  January 27, 2012 at 5:25 AM

        Yes, it IS fair to say that Georgia is sending a message. Will it change anything? Likely not, but that does not invalidate the message.

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