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Obama doesn't want to appear in court. Georgia.

Discussion in 'Politics, Elections & Legislation' started by Barrelbulge(Fl), Jan 19, 2012.

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  1. Barrelbulge(Fl)

    Barrelbulge(Fl) TS Supporters TS Supporters

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    Obama doesn

    Obama argues against appearing at eligibility hearing
    Barack Obama has outlined a defense strategy for a multitude of state-level challenges to his candidacy on the 2012 presidential ballot in a Georgia case that is scheduled to come before a judge later this month – simply explain that states have nothing to do with the eligibility of presidential candidates.

    "Presidential electors and Congress, not the state of Georgia, hold the constitutional responsibility for determining the qualifications of presidential candidates," Obama's lawyer argues in a motion to quash a subpoena for him to appear at the hearings Jan. 26.

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    Pharaoh has spoken. So let it be written. So let it be done.
     
  3. daddiooo

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    I'm sure the "fix" is going on in a dark room somewhere.

    No court appearance.....no listing on the ballot. Don't think it'd be a problem here.
     
  4. rbmtrap

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    Presidents - be they Obama, Reagan, Roosevelt(s) or Bush(s), don't personally show up everytime(anytime)some local bozo decides to be clever and sue for any number of reasons. The best way to get rid of a President you don't like is at the ballot box, and if your candidate loses, get over it for the next four years - no matter who you support, roughly half the country is disappointed for four/eight years...
     
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