U.S. Supreme Court Refuses to Hear American Independent Party Lawsuit over Presidential Qualifications

On June 11, the U.S. Supreme Court refused to hear Keyes v Obama, 11-1225, a case filed on January 20, 2009, over whether President Obama meets the constitutional qualifications to be President. The plaintiffs included the American Independent Party’s candidates for President and Vice-President in 2008. The Ninth Circuit had ruled that none of the plaintiffs have standing. The Ninth Circuit said that if the lawsuit had been filed during the election campaign, the candidate plaintiffs would have had standing.

The lawsuit, and the appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court, had been filed by Gary Kreep, the San Diego attorney who was apparently elected to a Superior Court Judgeship on June 5, 2012.

One comment

  1. Demo Rep · · Reply

    So – what mere human has standing to enforce the Art. II Prez qualifications ???
    ———-
    ALLEGIANCE to the U.S.A. Const via

    1. Being born having a U.S.A. citizen father — regardless of the physical place of birth on Mother Earth or in Outer Space.
    or
    2. Being naturalized after birth – see the ALLEGIANCE oath taken by new U.S.A. Citizens — NOT to be taken as a meaningless gesture. i.e. ALL sorts of major felonies for LIES in the naturalization paperwork.

    Sorry – #2 folks are NOT eligible to be a Prez — meant a big deal in 1787 due to interlocking EVIL nobility stuff in Europe for centuries.

    i.e. NO foreign regime connection allowed for a Prez-CIC via father’s nation-state allegiance at birth.

    SOOOOOO difficult to understand — esp. by brain dead Fed judges appointed for life by robot party hack Prezs.

    The subversion of the Constitution continues by SCOTUS robot party hacks.
    —-
    P.R. and nonpartisan App.V. — the latter also for SCOTUS folks.

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