Sunday, January 4, 2009

"Barack Obama Citizenship Lawsuits did not have standing", EXPLAINED.

"Three United States District Courts have ruled that private citizens do not have standing to challenge the eligibility of candidates to appear on a presidential election ballot: Robinson v. Bowen, 567 F. Supp. 2d 1144 (N.D. Cal. 2008); Hollander v. McCain, 2008WL2853250 (D.N.H. 2008); Berg v. Obama, 08-04083 (E.D. Pa. 2008)[15]."

There is a HUGE difference in challenging the right for someone to RUN for president, versus challenging their right to BE president. These prior rulings DO NOT APPLY now that Barack Obama has been elected. Assuming the challenges have been changed from RUNNING for president to BEING president, it should be a whole new ballgame in the supreme court.


Anonymous said...

A huge difference? Elaborate, but using relevant legal arguments, please.

-- Citizen Cane

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Alessandro Machi said...

Citizen Cane.

I think I explained it.

Anonymous said...

Must you continue this wishful-thinking red herring?

At most, it's a technicality. The legal theory that defeated the eligibility argument for the one will doubtlessly be the same for the other.

It's over. It was over months ago. Move on.

Alessandro Machi said...

Barack Obama is completely botching the handling of the Credit Card Industry. Irrespective of what he may ultimately do, he let millions of people down when they needed him most by letting the Credit Card companies run roughshod for several months or longer.

His policies actually caused the FDIC to put additional pressure on banks forcing them to do the opposite of what they should have been doing.