Obama Eligibility Case in Court Monday

U.S. District Judge David O. Carter will hold a hearing on Monday, October 5th, to determine if the Obama eligibility case will go forward. The U.S. Justice Department is trying to get the case dismissed on several technicalities, but it is expected that Carter will allow the case to go forward.


According to the WorldNetDaily article, “The California lawsuit is brought by several political candidates and party officials, including former U.S. ambassador Alan Keyes and Wiley Drake and Markham Robinson of the American Independent Party.” The lawsuit alleges that Barack Obama is ineligible to be President because he is not a “natural born” citizen as required by the U.S. Constitution.

So far all requests to see Obama’s original “long form” birth certificate have been refused by Obama’s lawyers and it is estimated that he has spent over $1,000,000 to keep his birth certificate from public view. This has left lawsuits as the only recourse to determine his eligibility to serve as President. Ultimately, this may have to be decided by the Supreme Court.


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