Obama Not Subject to Election Law Obama Not Subject to Election Law
Obama Not Subject to Election Law

Obama Not Subject to Election Law

Obama Not Subject to Election Law

by Steve Eastman, CleanTV

Guess who’s not subject to Florida election law?  Barack Hussein Obama.  At least that’s the ruling of Circuit Court Judge Terry Lewis, which flies in the face of Florida Supreme Court precedent.

Where does Judge Lewis get this when Florida Statute clearly states “the… nomination of any person to office…may be contested in the circuit court…by any elector or any taxpayer…”?

Here’s how the judge defends his position. “If the plaintiff was challenging the candidate’s eligibility for any other office, his analysis would be correct and [the law] would apply.  Political parties determine their [presidential] nominee at a national convention pursuant to rules that the parties draft and approve ….”

So, judge, what you’re saying is political parties can get away with nominating illegal candidates?  I guess that’s better saying Obama must get the nomination because he’s the One, right?

If that’s not bad enough, Judge Lewis made a couple other questionable rulings in the case.  He said that since Barack Obama was a citizen, he was automatically a “natural born” citizen.  So the Founding Fathers just threw in that term, “natural born,” to make the Constitution a little longer?  Finally, Lewis said it was the plaintiff’s burden to prove ineligibility.  Okay, if that’s true, why not let the plaintiff subpoena Obama’s birth records and related documents?

Your honor, I respectfully ask that you take a refresher course at Tallahassee Community College that can, shall we say, help you hone your legal skills. And three cheers for plaintiff Michael Voeltz, who as a Democrat, wants to see his party do the right thing.  As for Obama, I’ve said it before and I say it again.  It must be nice to be king.

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