Can Obama be Stopped in the Courts?
How to Remove Obama from the Ballot!
“We cannot rely on the GOP to beat Obama.”
“Timing is everything, and we need action now! This is our last line in the sand to save our country from a lawless, Marxist regime.” -- Captain Pamela Barnett (Ret.)
Barack Obama's constitutional eligibility for the presidency has never been properly and officially vetted.
In the past, federal lawsuits to declare Obama ineligible were dismissed on standing (plaintiff's legal right to bring a lawsuit) and timing issues before. I know first-hand, being a plaintiff in Barnett, Keyes, et al, v. Obama. State cases were attempted also but they were all filed after the primary and general elections had already taken place in 2008, and courts claimed they did not have jurisdiction (power) to make a ruling to remove Obama from the ballot after the election.
Now, we’re pursuing state ballot challenges in states that give the voter the right to challenge a candidate on the ballot, and give the court the power to remove the candidate. We have many chances in many different states.
We are in a battle to continue the existence of our country as our founders had set forth in the U.S. Consitution. This battle is taking place in courtrooms across the country and we now have a new opportunity to bring a new strategy to this fight for our lives and the lives of our children.
So, you might ask, more lawsuits, more lawyers? Why will it be any different this time? Let us count the ways:
- State election laws that give power to the voter to challenge candidates (Obama) in court
- State election laws that give power to judges to remove candidates (Obama) from the ballot
- Many more jurisdictions and other legal techniques available before the elections
- Evidence from recent official investigations, built using rigorous rules of evidence, has far more weight than from previous private sources.
- More legal talent than ever is joining the battle.
Please donate to Constitution Action Fund. Help us raise money for public education and legal actions to restore constitutional law. We are currently focusing on ballot challenges to ineligible candidate "Barack Obama." We have worked with attorney Larry Klayman, citizen complainants, ObamaballotChallenge.com and other organizations.
Currently. we are working ballot challenges in FL and CA. Other projects may be announced. Contribution to this general fund will help us build the resources to take on additional cases. The Voeltz v Obama FL case was dismissed. A new complaint was just filed and the dismissed case will be appealed. We are considering assisting other cases if funding becomes available.
Multiple citizens are filing their own challenges (ideas HERE). It is our strategy to encourage many challenges and focus on the ones showing the best potential for further legal support with qualified attorneys. We favor picking jurisdictions with higher probabilities of having fair, Conservative judges assigned to a case.
Funds wil be used for legal fees, filings, expenses and public education, since a large, informed group of ciizens is critical to motivate officials to make the proper decisions.
Actions may include, but not be limited to, eligibility suits, ballot challenges, injunctions, adminstrative actions, agency appeals, mass mailings, advertising and other communications
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