Archive for December, 2009

Happy New Year 2010

December 31, 2009

A Happy New Year to you.

May 2010 be a year of happiness and promise.



Request Obama Eligibility Case Be Moved to D.C.

December 29, 2009

Attorney Orly Taitz has requested that a lawsuit she has filed questioning Obama’s eligibility under the U.S. Constitution to be President be moved to federal district court in Washington, D.C. Previously the case was filed in California and the federal district judge there refused to hear the case because he said that it was in the wrong jurisdiction. 

Questions about Obama constitutional eligibility have been ongoing since before the election because it has been said he was born in Kenya, according to his own grandmother, which would make him ineligible to be President. Also questions have arisen since it is estimated that Obama has spent over $1.7 million to keep his birth certificate and his school and college records from public view. One might ask: Why the secrecy? Eventually, the courts will have to decide if he must show his documents or not.

A Very Merry Christmas

December 25, 2009

Jesus Christ is Born! Hallelujah!

        A Merry Christmas to you. May the blessings of the Lord be yours.

Obama Eligibility Challenged by New Lawsuits

December 9, 2009

Chrysler dealers who were forced to close their businesses because of the government’s intervention in the auto industry are suing in U.S. Bankrupcy Court the use of TARP funds. At the heart of the case the lawsuit is challenging by what authority the government interceded in the auto industry and influenced its restructuring.

The challenge to the government’s authority will call into question Obama’s eligibility to be president under the Constitutional requirement that the president be a “natural born” citizen. Obama’s autobiography states that his father was a British subject from Kenya.  

A “quo warranto” lawsuit is being filed that questions the authority of Obama and the government to take the actions they did.  If Obama is not eligible to be president in the first place, then any actions he took in regards to the auto industry (or anything else for that matter) would be illegal and possibly voided by the court. Specifically, the auto dealers are after a redress of wrongs, including loss of business, etc.