Obama is running out of tricks, and running out of room to derail the legal cases against his usurpation of the Presidency of the United States. His distaste for Americans is even more evident now: taxpayers are footing the bill while Obama uses the Justice Department against Americans, and against the Constitution.
But every day, he is exposed even more, and it is only fitting that whatever past he has catches up to him in real time. He will crack with the increasing pressure, so let’s keep it up. Narcissists cannot stand to be proven wrong, but once the little humpty dumpty falls off the wall, no one will even want to put him back together again.
Hoping to derail the Kerchner v. Obama and Congress case by employing technicalities of law, specifically, the length of the brief submitted by Kerchner, the “Justice” Department lost. By order dated February 22, 2010, the Honorable Circuit Judge Michael A. Chagares on behalf of the Motion’s Panel of the Third Circuit Court of Appeals granted plaintiffs’ motion for leave to file the overlength brief.
This is great news because the case will now continue forward as scheduled. Obama’s and Congress’s opposition brief was initially due on February 22, 2010. The Department of Justice obtained a 14-day extension to file that brief, making the new due date March 8, 2010. After they file their opposition brief, I will then have 14 days within which to file a reply to that brief. All briefs will be posted at this blog and it is my hope that the public will read these briefs so as to stay fully informed on this issue that is critically important not only to my clients but also to our Constitutional Republic.
The technicalities of law used by Obama’s legal team include the following:
- Length of the brief submitted by Plaintiff Kerchner
- Standing and Article III Jurisdiction
- The political question
- The dismissal of other cases on the same subject
The Kechner v Obama and Congress case is one of the most meticulously written and researched cases on the subject of Obama’s lack of eligibility. Revolution Radio interviewed Kerchner and Apuzzo on January 20 and the interview can be found here. Read the brief, you will learn immensely.
All of the black-robed justices to date have run for cover of technicality to avoid addressing the case facts. Whether or not the three-judge panel will actually hear the evidence, and allow oral arguments, is a matter of courage. Think about that.