October 5, 2009 was the day that Judge David O. Carter scheduled to hear arguments for dismissal of the case regarding the eligibility of Barry Soetoro to be President of the United States of America. Judge Carter did in fact hear the arguments presented by both parties, the Government for President Soetoro and Attorneys Orly Taitz and Gary Kreep who represent several political candidates and party officials, including former U.S. ambassador Alan Keyes and Wiley Drake and Markham Robinson of the American Independent Party.
After hearing both sides argue their points Judge Carter informed the parties that whatever his decision they both had the right to appeal and then he informed them that his decision would be continued to a later date.
According to reporter Bob Unruh of Worldnetdaily.com, the Government is arguing that "no single federal district court has the power to declare that a sitting president is not fit or qualified to occupy the office, and is, therefore, not a legitimate president." (the Na na na na argument!) (see previous post)
The attorneys have argued the election process and Constitution allow only Congress to examine the credentials of a presidential candidate, and in any event, that opportunity is long gone. (see story)
This argument attempts to neutralize the courts power while placing control of enforcing the constitution in the hands of Congress thus firmly ensconcing Soetoro fate into the hands of a favorable Democrat controlled Congress. And of course, Congress has everything to lose in this case if their candidate is illegitimate. There is even proof that the Congress is complicit in the conspiracy to perpetrate Soetoro’s fraud against the American people. (see previous post)
While we wait, Judge Carter has a lot to consider here it my thoughts on what the Judge must decide.
The government’s argument doesn’t make sense, if the electorate and the Congress have been deceived by a candidate the government’s arguments that the court is not the proper venue and/or it is too late to do anything because the candidate is already in office leaves no remedy for fraud just an, “Oh well there’s an Usurper in office and there’s nothing that we can do about it, its to late!” That can’t be right.
Secondly if the electorate was deceived and the Congress was complicit in that fraud the government’s argument completely unravels the checks and balances idea that our founders built into our government.
If a person obtained the office of president by fraud and if a Political Party was complicit in that act and if that Political Party controls the Congress, it would naturally fall on the third branch of government, the judiciary to defend the Constitution. That is why the founders conceived the idea of the separation of powers. The checks and balances built therein were envisioned exactly for a time when one or more branches would have to prevent one or more of the others from operating outside of their prescribed constitutional authorities.
A person who obtained the office of president by fraud and a Congress that was complicit in aiding and abetting that fraudulent act are operating outside of the Constitution. If the Courts are not complicit in that act as well, then it falls to the courts as the third branch of Government to protect the People and the People’s Constitution.
If Attorneys Orly Taitz and Gary Kreep have present evidence to supports the claim that fraud has been perpetrated against the People and the Constitution of the United States Judge Carter must do the right thing and hear this case on its merits.
Judge Carter would be well within his Constitutional duties and authority to rule whether or not this case go to trial. It is his responsibility to hear legitimate claims that are properly filed before his court the government’s arguments notwithstanding.
Judge Carter need not worry of the consequences if he allows the case to proceed. If Barry Soetoro is found to have obtained the presidency by fraud America will be able to correct itself. I won’t be easy but we will do it.
If Barry Soetoro is a legitimate president then let it be officially known by the way everything is settle in America, the courts. For the government to argue that the courts aren’t the proper venue to settle this matter is like saying the dictionary is not the proper source in which to find meaning.
It is the People’s Constitutional right to know whether Barry Soetoro is a legitimate President nothing that the government has presented outweighed that right and it is the court’s responsibility to preserve the People’s rights.
Pray for Judge Carter as he decides that he does the right thing and pray for America!