Citizen grand jury indicts Obama

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    BORN IN THE USA?

    Citizen grand jury indicts Obama
    Groups in 20 more states reviewing eligibility claims

    President Obama has been named in dozens of civil lawsuits alleging he is not eligible to be president, with one man even filing a criminal complaint alleging the commander-in-chief is a fraud, and now a citizen grand jury in Georgia has indicted the sitting president.

    The indictment delivered to state and federal prosecutors yesterday is one of the developments in the dispute over Obama's eligibility to be president under the U.S. Constitution's requirement that presidents be "natural born" citizens.

    Orly Taitz, a California attorney working on several of the civil actions, also announced she has filed another Quo Warranto case in the District of Columbia, where, she told WND, the statutes acknowledge that procedure.

    The Quo Warranto claim essentially calls on Obama to explain by what authority he has assumed the power of the presidency.

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    God, I love these loser threads.
     
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    Orly Taitz. Part time lawyer, occaisional Supreme Court justice stalker and harasser,
    full time crusader and totally loonytoons.
    Somebody pop some more popcorn. The last birthers with any disposable income are putting on their foil hats and getting their marching orders. Looks like its gonna be a banzai suicide last ditch charge
    into the teeth of the court system. They will let go their walkers for a bit, remove the Oxygen masks, link arms and sway as they sing old anti-negro spirituals.
    “Dr.” Orly Taitz, a woman holding herself out as a lawyer, has managed to leverage the far-right’s distaste for President Obama into a number of conspiracy theories, a few scurrilous lawsuits, and fifteen minutes of fame, billing herself as the defender of obscure constitutional phraseology and - apparently - the republic itself. But “Dr.” Taitz may be the only “ineligible” player in her little farce.

    Although Taitz is a member of the California Bar, she’s not listed as a member of the American Bar Association (check for yourself). Nor is her “law school” (William Howard Taft University) accredited by the ABA. Because Taft is a distance-learning school only, Taitz’s degree entitles her, at most, to practice in California, as her school candidly admits.

    Rules of attorney discipline forbid the practice of law without a license - i.e., without sitting for and passing the bar exam, after graduating from an ABA-accredited school. Her correspondence degree is a limited exception, only useful in California. So, any action in which she appeared as counsel of record outside the state would constitute practicing law without a license, in violation of California disciplinary rules. Has “Dr.” Taitz violated this rule? Does her appearance before the Supreme Court, in filing documents for the frivolous, since-dismissed case Lightfoot v. Bowen, therefore subject her to discipline?
     
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    Even if Taitz legitimately filed her grade-school level motions before the Supreme Court, she may have violated a series of other disciplinary rules in the course of her conduct. The California Rules of Professional Conduct provide,

    A member shall not seek, accept, or continue employment if the member knows or should know that the objective of such employment is:

    (A) To bring an action, conduct a defense, assert a position in litigation, or take an appeal, without probable cause and for the purpose of harassing or maliciously injuring any person; or

    (B) To present a claim or defense in litigation that is not warranted under existing law, unless it can be supported by a good faith argument for an extension, modification, or reversal of such existing law.4

    The exception for “good faith argument for an extension, modification, or reversal of such existing law” is large as a matter of policy, and allows attorneys to creatively address real problems in the current state of the law. But at least one judge thinks that the Obama citizenship cases are more than creative - in his words, they’re the “frivolous” actions of “agents provacateurs,” constituting harassment, and potentially subjecting at least one Berg-led attorney to discipline. There’s no reason Taitz shouldn’t be similarly disciplined upon her next filing, under California’s mirror rule.

    Further, Taitz’s “consent form,” posted on her site to solicit & induce ill-advised members of our military into suing the President, may constitute an unethical attorney solicitation. Under the California rules, attorney “communications” may not contain dramatization, or “confuse, deceive, or mislead the public.”5 Tricking enlisted men & women into frivolously suing the commander in chief at least flirts with that line. Smart lawyers don’t cut the disciplinary rules this close.

    Now, I’m not a lawyer. Yet. So the above is amateur opinion, not professional theory. I know my limits. Taitz doesn’t. That’s just one of a few things that
    separates us.
     
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    And as it happens in this particular instance until some one actually brings proof of Obama's citizenship befoe the court one cannot tell if any of those p[articular stadards apply. Sorry.

    Frankly I think it's a waste of time. Phony birth certificates are a dime a dozen and it isn't particularly difficult to get one that will past muster in any court room.
     
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    phony birth certificates that the State itself officially holds are a dime a dozen? Really?
     
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    While I'm not a fan of BHO, this is just one big YAWN.
    Really, if he was not born here, that story would have broke or shown some legitimacy no matter how bad the media loves Barak.
     
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    Citizen grand jury indicts Obama
    Groups in 20 more states reviewing eligibility claims

    President Obama has been named in dozens of civil lawsuits alleging he is not eligible to be president, with one man even filing a criminal complaint alleging the commander-in-chief is a fraud, and now a citizen grand jury in Georgia has indicted the sitting president.


    Hilarious.

    Hey, here's an idea-- let's have some CITIZEN DOCTORS perform surgery on someone!

    How about having some CITIZEN ROCKET SCIENTISTS build our next space shuttle?

    I hope Obama lasts two full terms and afterward they find out that he REALLY WASN'T a US citizen.... That would be REALLY funny...



     

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