"It is the common fate of the indolent to see their rights become a prey to the active. The condition upon which God hath given liberty to man is eternal vigilance; which condition if he break, servitude is at once the consequence of his crime and the punishment of his guilt." -- JP Curran, 1790

Monday, December 8, 2008

Update: Obama Citizenship case NOT to be heard by Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court will not hear the case challenging Barack Obama's citizenship eligibility to President. The case filed by Leo Donofrio in New Jersey also challenged the citizenship of 2 other Presidential candidates; John McCain and Roger Calero.

There is other litigation pending, including the Lafayette Hill, PA., however none will prevent him from becoming our next President.

As I wrote about earlier, I didn't think any of these cases had a chance at preventing his inauguration but rather helped to damage his squeaky reputation. Similar to the Left's attack on President Bush intelligence, it is now Obama's turn to fight for his persona. Early in the Bush Presidency it was suddenly "acceptable" that Presidents are no longer off-limits to comedians and petty humor. We'll see if the same courtesy is extended to Barack. Here are a few topics de jure...

My Obama Top 13

  1. He's not a U.S. Citizen
  2. He likes to give the Middle Finger
  3. Without a teleprompter, he's a stuttering buffoon
  4. He champions the word "um"
  5. He's a chain smoker
  6. He's secretly a Muslim
  7. He is unpatriotic & won't wear a Flag lapel pin
  8. He is Karl Marx reincarnate
  9. He is not Black. Half-black, raised by whites, and non-slavery heritage. Just ask Jesse J.
  10. He doesn't sweat
  11. He makes a reporters hearts' pitter-patter
  12. He wishes people would call him Barry
  13. He looks forward to the day when Michelle will let go of his ....... If Jesse Jackson doesn't get 'em first!

Signing off...JCB

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1 comment:

  1. The Supreme Court filing (application, brief etc.) in the Connecticut Wrotnowski case is soooooo much better than that in the New Jersey Donofrio case (apparently hurredly written before the Nov 4 election) that I don’t think Team Obama should get too comfortable with the Court’s denial of the first case since the second case IS distributed for Dec 12 conference. How the heck can anyone effectively counter this (great work Leo):



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