Wednesday, January 28, 2009

Lawyer in Obama presidential eligibility case seeks records of secret discussions

"A lawyer whose case challenging Barack Obama's eligibility to occupy the Oval Office was denied a hearing in the U.S. Supreme Court says she will demand records of a meeting between the justices and the president.

"California lawyer Orly Taitz, who has several cases pending over the issue of Obama's status as a 'natural born' citizen, told WND she will take action soon.

"Her case was the most recent on which the Supreme Court held a 'conference,' an off-the-record discussion at which justices discuss whether to take a case. Taitz told WND the justices decided Jan. 23 to deny her case a hearing on its merits."
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Ted said...

Obama says his "recovery plan will include UNPRECEDENTED measures that will allow the American people to hold [his] administration ACCOUNTABLE" yet Obama refuses to be held ACCOUNTABLE to the same American people for his UNPRECEDENTED refusal to show his actual birth certificate.

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