Obama No Response to Writ to Supreme Court

Attorney Mario Apuzzo reports that respondents in the lawsuit Kerchner et al v Obama et al challenging Obama’s eligibility to be president have waived the right to respond to the petition for writ of certiorari to the U.S. Supreme Court. Therefore, the petition will go before the court. If four Supreme Court justices agree to hear the lawsuit, it will be argued before the Court.  


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Several lawsuits have been filed in the last two years challenging Obama’s eligibility to be president under Article 2 Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution which requires the president to be a “natural born” citizen. It is known that his father was a British subject from Kenya and his own grandmother has stated that she attended his birth — in Kenya. Either of these would bring into doubt his eligibility as a “natural born” citizen.

So far no lawsuit filed in any court has been allowed to be heard. All have been dismissed, not because of any evidence, but for “lack of standing.” What most of the lawsuits have asked is that Obama prove his eligibility by producing documents such as his long form birth certificate, his passport, or his school and college records — all of which he has steadfastly declined to do. If the case does go before the Supreme Court, he may finally be compelled to show documentation, just as all Americas have to do when required to prove citizenship.


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