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BREAKING NEWS – Obama eligibility appeal in Alabama Supreme Court Judge Roy Moore’s court

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English: Great Seal of The State of Alabama

Many cases challenging Barack Obama’s presidential eligibility have come and  gone, but now an appeal has been filed with a state Supreme Court led by a newly  elected chief justice who has expressed doubt about Obama’s qualification for  office.

Roy Moore was elected chief justice of the Alabama Supreme Court last  November, a decade after he defied a federal order to remove a Ten Commandments  monument from the state Supreme Court building.

Now, 2012 Constitution Party presidential nominee Virgil Goode and Alabama  Republican Party leader Hugh McInnish are asking the state’s highest court to  force Secretary of State Beth Chapman to verify that all candidates on the  state’s 2012 ballot were eligible to serve.

Get Judge  Roy Moore’s classic book about his battle for liberty, “So Help Me God: The Ten  Commandments, Judicial Tyranny, and the Battle for Religious  Freedom.”

Attorney Larry Klayman, founder of the Washington, D.C.-watch dog Judicial  Watch and now head of Freedom  Watch, filed the appeal Tuesday with the Alabama Supreme Court, asking for  oral arguments.

“We are hopeful that Chief Justice Moore and the rest of the jurists on the  Alabama Supreme Court will follow the law,” Klayman told WND.

Klayman says he and his team “have great respect for Chief Justice Moore and  his integrity and legal acumen.”

“He is one courageous and brave man. There are few in this country.”

The case is an appeal of a dismissal by the Montgomery Circuit Court.

In his brief, Klayman says “credible evidence and information from an  official source” was presented to Chapman before the election indicating Obama  might not have been qualified for Oval Office.

The complaint argues Chapman failed her constitutional duty as secretary of  state to verify the eligibility of candidates.

Moore is on the record questioning Obama’s eligibility.

In an interview with WND in  2010, he defended Lt. Col Terrence Lakin’s demand that President Obama prove  his eligibility as commander in chief as a condition of obeying deployment  orders.

Moore said he had seen no convincing evidence that Obama is a natural-born  citizen and much evidence that suggests he is not.

Moore said Lakin “not only has a right to follow his personal convictions  under the Constitution, he has a duty.”

“And if the authority running the efforts of the war is not a citizen in  violation of the Constitution, the order is unlawful,” he said.

‘Affirmative duty’

Klayman asserts the secretary of state “has an affirmative duty that stems  from her oath of office under both the U.S. and Alabama Constitutions, to  protect the citizens from fraud and other misconduct by candidates.”

As a result of her refusal to investigate the qualifications of candidates  for president, Klayman says, “a person believed to be unqualified for that  office has been elected.”

The remedy, he said, “is to require each candidate to do what every teenager  is required to do to get a learner’s permit.”

“It is to produce a bona fide birth certificate … and the Secretary of State  is the official to cause that to happen.”

McInnish is a member of the Madison County Republican Executive Committee and  also sits on the state Republican Executive Committee.

Citing the investigation of Maricopa County, Ariz., Sheriff Joe Arpaio’s Cold  Case Posse, Klayman says Chapman “gained knowledge from an official source that  there was probable cause to believe the Barack Obama had not met a certifying  qualification.”

The appeal brief notes McInnish visited the secretary of state’s office Feb.  2, 2012, and spoke with the deputy secretary of state, Emily Thompson, in  Chapman’s absence.

Thompson, the brief says, “represented that her office would not investigate  the legitimacy of any candidate, thus violating her duties under the U.S. and  Alabama Constitutions.”

As WND  reported, Arpaio and his team concluded that Obama’s long-form birth  certificate was a computer-generated forgery.

Klayman, in a previous brief, argued the secretary of state, “having the  power to certify candidates, can surely de-certify – in effect disqualify – them  if they are found to be ineligible.”

In his new appeal, Klayman points, as an example, to California Secretary of  State Debra Bowen’s rejection of Petra Lindsay on the 2012 California primary  ballot because she was 27 years old. The U.S. Constitution requires the  president to be at least 35.

In his conclusion, Klayman argues the fact that the election is over does not  make the case moot.

“It would be paradoxical beyond measure if the real and grave question of the  legitimacy of the de facto President, a question which lies at the very heart of  our American Constitutional Government, were left unresolved for want of the  simplest of documents, a birth certificate.”

If either a bona fide birth certificate is produced or an admission is made  that it does not exist, he writes, “this most important of legal questions will  have been answered, the purity of Alabama’s ballot maintained, and the anxiety  of Alabama citizens stilled.”

If the issue is not resolved, he said, citizens will be left with the  impression “that their government was dysfunctional and has ignored their real  concerns.

‘Certain documentation’

In an earlier step in the case one year ago, before a panel of Alabama  Supreme Court justices, one justice raised doubts about Obama’s eligibility.

The justices denied a  petition filed by McInnish seeking to require Obama submit an original birth  certificate before he could be placed on the state’s 2012 ballot.

Justice Tom Parker filed a  special, unpublished concurrence in the case arguing that McInnish’s charges  of “forgery” were legitimate cause for concern.

“Mclnnish has attached certain documentation to his mandamus petition, which,  if presented to the appropriate forum as part of a proper evidentiary  presentation, would raise serious questions about the authenticity of both the ‘short form’ and the ‘long form’ birth certificates of President Barack Hussein  Obama that have been made public.”

The “certain documentation” is the findings of Arpaio’s investigation.

“The Alabama Constitution implies that this court is without jurisdiction  over McInnish’s original petition,” Parker explained. “The office of the  secretary of state of Alabama is not a ‘court of inferior jurisdiction’ that  this court may control through the issuance of a writ in response to a  petition.”

Now, however, the case is coming from a lower court.

‘Obama violated the Constitution’

Moore told  WND in an interview after his election last November that the country must  return to a standard in which the rule of law prevails over politics.

He said Obama violated the Constitution when he bombed Libya, because the  Constitution stipulates only Congress shall declare war.

“No president has the power to violate constitutional restraints of power,” Moore said.

“The Constitution is the rule of law, and [my job is] to uphold the rule of  law.”

Government’s job, Moore said, is to secure and protect those rights.

“There is little regard for the Constitution in the courts today, even the  U.S. Supreme Court.”

 

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Will Alabama Supreme Court Rule Obama Ineligible?

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Will Alabama Supreme Court Rule Obama Ineligible?

 

Over the past year, both before and since the elections, there have been a  number of court cases challenging Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility.  Most  of the cases have been dismissed by judges for reasons that are not truly  legitimate, but many feel they were dismissed to avoid the political  ramifications.

 

Just last week I wrote  about a case that was filed in Florida, that not only challenged Obama’s  eligibility, but stated that he was a direct threat to the safety and security  of the United States.  That case has yet to be heard.

 

Yet another case filed in Alabama may present one of the best chances of  producing a ruling against Obama.  In this case, Hugh McInnish and others  have filed suit against Alabama Secretary of State Beth Chapman for failure to  properly verify the eligibility of Barack Obama.  The case points out that  the state constitution requires the Secretary of State to verify a candidate’s  eligibility and that Chapman failed to accurately verify Obama’s  eligibility.

 

The attorney handling this case is the same attorney handling the case in  Florida. Larry Klayman, founder of Judicial Watch and the Klayman Law Firm in  Washington, will hopefully be arguing this case before the Alabama State Supreme  Court. The reason the case is going to the state Supreme Court is that a  previous judge dismissed the case. In that case the state  argued:

 

“[An attorney general’s opinion] is not case precedent binding on this court… Nevertheless, it constitutes an admission by Alabama’s chief law enforcement  officer on behalf of the state that if the Secretary of State has knowledge  gained from an official source about a candidate’s eligibility then she ‘should  not’ certify the candidate.”

 

Klayman argues that this admission of the state justifies the actions taken  by his clients. They believe that there is sufficient evidence presented by the  Maricopa County Sheriff’s Department Cold Case Posse to indicate that the long  form birth certificate presented by the White House on behalf of Obama is in  fact a forgery and that its presentation to the people of the United States  constitutes fraud. Klayman  argues:

 

“Plaintiffs have shown, backed by sworn affidavits from an ‘official source,’ Sheriff Joseph M. Arpaio and his investigator, Mike Zullo, that Barack H. Obama  is not a natural born citizen eligible to be president. … There is credible  evidence that Mr. Obama was not born within the United States and that his birth  certificate or other identifying documents are fraudulent.”

“The secretary of state, having the power to certify candidates, can surely  de-certify – in effect disqualify – them if they are found to be ineligible. Mr.  Obama proceeded at his own risk. He defrauded the people of the state of Alabama  as well as the other voters in this country, and incredibly has served an entire  presidential term without once having to prove that he was indeed a natural born  citizen, despite all the evidence to the contrary.”

 

What raises hopes for the success of this case lies with the members of the  Alabama state Supreme Court. In an earlier hearing on the same argument the high  court denied the petition by McInnish to require that Obama produce an original  copy of his birth certificate. When Alabama’s High Court denied that earlier  petition Justice Tom Parker filed an unpublished concurrence in the case stating  that the charges of forgery were a legitimate concern.

 

In addition to Justice Parker, Klayman is counting on newly elected Chief  Justice of the Alabama Supreme Court, Roy Moore. Chief Justice Moore is a strong  advocate of constitutional law rather than ruling on the prevailing politics of  the time. When Moore won re-election to the state Supreme Court he vowed that he  will do his utmost to uphold the Constitution of the United States as well as  the Constitution of the state of Alabama.

 

In speaking on constitutional law, Moore  said that humans will misbehave when they are not constrained by law and  that the Constitution was set up with the goal to restraining human excesses. He  went on to describe his view of constitutional law as:

 

“The whole basis of the Constitution is the restraint strength of human  power. The only way you can do that is acknowledged that morality and law does  come from God. No president has the power to violate constitutional restraints  of power. The members of the legislature don’t and neither does the Supreme  Court. The Constitution is the rule of law and my job is to uphold the rule of  law.”

 

Klayman is hoping that the skepticism of Justice Parker and the staunch stand  for constitutional law by Chief Justice Moore will be enough to prove their case  that Barack Hussein Obama has not provided the proper legal documentation to  prove that he meets the eligibility requirements for president of the United  States as set by the Constitution. This case above all others that I have seen  in the past year stands the best chance of winning.

 

Read more: http://godfatherpolitics.com/8491/will-alabama-supreme-court-rule-obama-ineligible/#ixzz2Ladaf75t

 

Written by The Obama Hustle

February 21, 2013 at 9:16 pm

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