“Na na na na na you have no Standing” has been the legal argument that President Barry Soetoro, his attorneys and now the attorneys of the U.S. Justice Department, have used to have dozens eligibility suits dismissed throughout the country.
As legally profound and convincing as that argument is on September 8, 2009 in a California Federal Court, Judge of the Central District David Carter has for the first time since this issue has been brought up has scheduled a case to be heard on its merits. Image that someone in black robes has finally said okay let’s get to the bottom of this controversy once and for all. That ought to make all of the anti-birthiers happy.
The first case was filed before Barry Soetoro received the Democrat’s nomination to be the Democrat candidate for the presidency. It was filed in Philadelphia by attorney Philip Berg a Hillary Clinton supporter who feared that if Sen. Soetoro received the Democrat Nomination Republicans would be able to use the fact that there was were questions surrounding the birth of Sen. Soetoro however Sen. John McCain never raised those questions. Democrats in the DNC all knew of the questions regarding a lack of a birth certificate because they were served notice by Mr. Berg in fact all of the major players knew but no one did anything about it for whatever reason(s).
Then Philadelphia District Judge R. Barclay Surrick dismissed the case on a technicality as every judge following him has done until now.
Subsequently dozens of cases have been filed challenging Barry Soetoro’s eligibility and if dismissed they are always dismissed on a technicality and never on the merits of the case. Not one case was ever dismissed the case on its merits.
Even the Supreme Court dismissed an eligibility case that came before it on a technicality rather than hearing the case on its merits.
Not so with Judge David Carter who has tentatively scheduled a trial for Jan. 26, 2010, for a case that challenges Barack Obama's eligibility to be president based on questions over his qualifications under the requirements of the U.S. Constitution. (see story)
Still the trial is not guaranteed. Carter has ordered a hearing Oct. 5 on a motion to dismiss and ordered arguments submitted on the issue of discovery as filed by Dr. Orly Taitz.
If the case survives that challenge, according to worldnetdaily.com’s Dr. Jerome Corsi, a pretrial hearing has been scheduled for Jan. 11 and the trial for two weeks later.
In the government’s motion to dismiss, government lawyers did not directly rebut the fact of the case. Instead, the federal attorneys argued that the suit is inherently flawed because such disputes can't be resolved in court and because the dozens of plaintiffs can't show they are directly injured by Obama's presence in office. (see source)
Effectively if one follows the logic of this nonsensical argument it goes, no citizen in the United States of America can sue a person that becomes President by illegitimate and unconstitutional means because a citizen can not prove that they were directly harmed by said person becoming president. It’s the old Na na na na na you have no standing technicality ruse.
For now Judge Carter is going through the motions that he will be the first to allow the actual facts to come before him through discovery and argument and that is all that people of a free country who still believe in the rule of law can ask for.
Pray for the safety of Judge David Carter and Attorney Orly Taitz!