A Georgia resident contending Barack Obama is ineligible for the state’s 2012 presidential election ballot is asking that a court cite him with contempt.
In a motion filed in the case pending before Georgia Administrative Law Judge Michael Malihi, attorney Van Irion, representing David P. Weldon, urged the court not to overlook the fact that Obama had been subpoenaed for last week’s hearing. Obama’s attorney, he pointed out, acknowledged the subpoena by asking that it be quashed. But when the judge refused his request, he but told a state elections official he would not participate.
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Lou Buren of TWAU BLOG: Wow, this is unravelling quite nicely. Even though the mainstream media isn't covering this news in an attempt to shield Obama and to keep the public in the dark on it. It is real news, and it is happening.
At the very least, we can expect Obama to be banned from the Georgia ballot, and the most we can hope is that it starts a chain reaction to other states and ultimately he is kicked off the ballot everywhere. This is great news people! Justice is breaking through the chains that Obama and his regime have bound our nation with. liberal judges have thrown this case out over and over, for a couple of years now. Finally a judge with integrity and common sense has decided to hear the merits.
Sooner or later, the mainstream media will have no choice but to start covering it. Remember, you heard about it here first.