Not a dead horse if it gets Osama removed from the White House now is it?
1. The Courts have proven themselves reluctant to go into political areas. The Bush v. Gore series simply proves the point at how much a no-win situation this is. The citizens have voted and the votes have been counted...and the Court is now going to overturn that outcome? I don't see the Courts now stepping in.
2. If the Courts were so inclined to act, they are in a bit of a pickle as there's no remedy that is specified. He's been sworn in. Outside of an impeachment and trial, there's no removal process.
3. If he were to be removed, President Joe Biden?
In short, the only way I see that this approach wins, is if it is brought up and resolved before the election and inauguration.
No President in history has ever demonstrated his citizenship so clearly. Personally, I feel that any further challengers should first be compelled to submit proof of their own citizenship in accordance with the same standards they seek from Obama and then should have to pay all costs (court, attorney costs, etc.) associated with responding to their complaints. At this stage further litigation is a frivolous abuse of the courts at taxpayer expense.
I think there's a better chance of convincing folks that the world is older than 6000 years, than Obama is a duly elected citizen of the U.S.! Is it any wonder only 23% of Americans admit to being a republican, when this is the type of publicity they get??
For those poised to jump on my comments...I used to be a staunch conservative republican. But when I see the Jerry Springer type candidates from Alaska, challenges to our duly elected president being born in the US, and denial of the existence of global warming (despite the scientists originally denying it now totally recanting and admitting that not only is it real, and man-made, but much worse than originally believed) its no wonder people who have their eyes and ears open have had enough!
I've seen this whole economic mess blamed on Clinton trying to put low to middle class people in homes. You know, when I look around, I see middle to upper class homes constituting the bulk of foreclosures! I saw on Fox news, a couple (teacher and ambulance driver) with a combined income of 120k, CRYING because their $600,000 home was being foreclosed on. (arm adjust up, can't afford mort. payments) TOUGH SH**!!!
We gotta look at ourselves, and quit blaming the lower class for all our problems. Every low-income home in my town combined would not equal the damage the one big one on the hill caused when it foreclosed.
You can bash "Obongo", and every other dem in the world...but you can't deny the numbers. 23%. I'm done with either major party, but if I still called myself a republican, I'd spend more time fixing my problems, than throwing stones at the party that just stole 8 long-time red states from me!
God Bless PFC Jamie Harkness. The US Army's newest PFC, but still our neighbor's little girl!
It is certain that the number of those who reason well in difficult matters is much smaller then the number of those who reason badly ........ reasoning is like running & unlike carrying, hence one Arab steed will outrun a hundred jackasses.
Everyone's friend is No One's friend
dnf777... I couldn't agree more... Maybe that Jerry Springer acting gal from Alaska can learn a few things from Obongo. Lose some class, become a community organizer, hang with the likes of Ayers and the Chi-town crowd etc.etc.
I look at both partys and what has been done since this administration took over the mess that they have inherited. In my uneducated opinion the situation has gone from bad to worse with tons more spending and goverment control (loss of freedom) on the way.