Obama Eligibility Petition to Supreme Court Tues.

Tuesday, November 23, 2010, could be a historic day at the U.S. Supreme Court as the court will consider in conference the Kerchner et al v Obama & Congress et al petition for Writ of Certiorari. The Court’s ruling on the petition could determine whether the lawsuits challenging Obama’s eligibility under the Constitution to be President will be heard by the Court or not.  (See the petition at the link below.)

The petition asks the Supreme Court to consider four primary questions, including the Constitution’s requirement under Article 2, Section 1, that the President must be a “natural born” citizen, and whether Obama mets these requirments since his father was a British subject from Kenya, and whether the Congress violated the petitioners’ rights by not properly investigating and confirming Obama’s eligibility, though they did investigate John McCain.

(Commentary from Attorney Mario Apuzzo’s blog site can be seen at the link below.) 


If the Court determines that the Constituional requirements must be met and that a “natural born” citizen must be the offspring of two American citizens, then the Court may finally be able to compel Obama to show his long form birth certificate and other documents to prove he is a “natural born” citizen.  So far Obama has steadfastly refused to allow anyone to see his birth certificate, passport, school or college records, etc., which has only fueled speculation that he has reason to hide them from the public.


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