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    So, what happened? Is there another thread? What word young Yargo? What word of Obama?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mordent View Post
    Regardless of the outcome, it sure is fun watching the libs foaming at the mouth in faux indignation over this. Good times.
    What's even funner than that is watching the Republicans drive more nails in their chances for 2012.

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    Why do I always hear banjo music in my head when I'm in these threads?

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    Quote Originally Posted by I Know These Things View Post
    Here is where you can watch the live feed of the hearing to determine if Barack Obama is a natural born Citizen is eligible to be placed on the ballot for the Georgia presidential primary. There will be three different cases starting at 9am Est in Atlanta in Judge Malihi's courtroom.The three cases being heard will begin with atttorney Van Irion, representing plaintiff David Welden arguing the Founders Original intent of why the founders prefered a natural born citizen president over a citizen president; then Georgia State Senator/Attorney J. Mark Hatfield, representing plaintiffs Carl Swensson and Kevin Powell will argue how Obama isn't a 'Constitutional' natural born Citizen due to his fathers British Nationality passed to Obama Jr. at birth; and finally Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq., representing plaintiffs David Farrar, Leah Lax, Cody Judy, Thomas McClaren and Lauri Roth.

    If any of you missed yesterdays actions, here is what happened. Obama's attorney Michael Jablonski sent this letter to the Republican Secretary of State Brian Kemp insulting Judge Malihi's court and stating that he (and Obama) would be a no show at this mornings proceedings and suggested that the Sec of State should intervene and dismiss the case. That letter is here:

    Obama's Attorney Refusing To Show Up At Obama's Georgia Ballot Challenge Hearings | Birther Report: Obama Release Your Records


    Then around 5pm yesterday afternoon, Sec of State Brian Kemp fired back a blistering response to Obama's attorney. That letter is here:

    Obama's Attorney Jaberwoki Slapped Down By Georgia SOS - 1/25/2012

    Dear Mr. Jablonski:

    I received your letter expressing your concerns with the manner in which the Office of State Administrative Hearings ("OSAH") has handled the candidate challenges involving your client and advising me that you and your client will "suspend" participation in the administrative proceeding. While I regret that you do not feel that the proceedings are appropriate, my referral of this matter to an administrative law judge at OSAH was in keeping with Georgia law, and specifically O.C.G.A. 21-2-5.

    As you are aware, OSAH Rule 616-1-2-.17 cited in your letter only applies to parties to a hearing. As the referring agency, the Secretary of State's Office is not a party to the candidate challenge hearings scheduled for tomorrow. To the extent a request to withdraw the case referral is procedurally available, I do not believe such a request would be judicious given the hearing is set for tomorrow morning.

    In following the procedures set forth in the Georgia Election Code, I expect the administrative law judge to report his findings to me after his full consideration of the evidence and law. Upon receipt of the report, I will fully and fairly review the entire record and initial decision of the administrative law judge. Anything you and your client place in the record in response to the challenge will be beneficial to my review of the initial decision; however, if you and your client choose to suspend your participation in the OSAH proceedings, please understand that you do so at your own peril.

    I certainly appreciate you contacting me about your concerns, and thank you for your attention to this
    matter.

    Sincerely,
    Brian P. Kemp
    Georgia Secretary of State



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    OMG! This is. This is another assholeian Republican birther thread.


    You're a one issue party.

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    Agua pa' la gente.... Rasselas's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairball View Post
    They wanted to prevent any chance whatsoever that the POTUS could possibly have any allegiance to any but the USA.

    Obama was a member of United Trinity Church whose congregation has a "non-negotiable commitment to Africa". This is EXACTLY what the framers of the US constitution wanted to avoid when they required the the President be a natural born citizen of the USA. They wanted the POTUS to be 100% committed to the USA, not any other sovereigns.
    That's a statement about philanthropy. You should have seen some Irish Americans from just a couple of generations ago.

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    O shit - there was a LIVE FEED AND EVERYTHING!!!????



    lmfao


    So, what happened PI?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    That's a statement about philanthropy. You should have seen some Irish Americans from just a couple of generations ago.

    "Irish Need Not Apply"


    Their response: Fuck you. We'll be rumrunners then.




    lol ~

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    I like this take on the situation from an Atlanta journalist: Some cold water on overheated birther-mania | Jay Bookman

    At any rate, the final decision is [Secretary of State Brian] Kemp’s. Regardless of what Malihi recommends, Kemp does not want to become the Republican secretary of state who ruled Barack Obama off the ballot in Georgia. Becoming a birther hero would not begin to compensate for the lasting infamy such a step would bring him, especially because such a ruling would be challenged in state or federal court and almost immediately overturned on any number of reasons. Kemp would then look like a fool and put an end to any further political ambitions he might have. I doubt that’s the course he will choose to take.

    In the end, there is no chance whatsoever that Obama’s name will not be on the Georgia ballot come November.

    Of course, ruling that Obama should remain on the ballot won’t make Kemp many friends among a certain small contingent of his own party, especially now that the hearing has excited their hopes of victory. But that’s the predicament in which state law and these foolish conspiracy mongers have placed him.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hairball View Post
    Actually what I wrote was based on the US Constitution and archived letters from the people who drafted it.
    I was referring to the steaming pile of horseshit you posted about Obama and his church, genius. THAT was based on bigotry and ignorance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rasselas View Post
    That's a statement about philanthropy. You should have seen some Irish Americans from just a couple of generations ago.
    A couple of generations ago? There are churches (and bars) in south Boston that still feel that way today.

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