Here’s a story you would think every one of the main stream news sources would be all over. . . the President of the United States refusing to answering a lawful subpoena to appear in court regarding his mysterious background. . . entered into evidence . . . a phoney social security number. . . experts testifying that his so-called “birth certificate” a product of Photo Shop. All of this and more. . . and the establishment press completely ignoring the Georgia court case. Do you wonder why? I don’t. And Obama. This is an election year think of all the free press this trial would give him and how popular he would become when he showed up in court with the proof of his claims in his hand. . . unless he has something to hide. . . . EDITOR
from Huffington Riposte
By Craig Andresen on January 26, 2012 at 9:25 am
The following is a nutshell account of the proceedings.
Promptly at 9am EST, all attorneys involved in the Obama Georgia eligibility case were called to the Judge’s chambers. This was indeed a very interesting beginning to this long awaited and important case.
The case revolved around the Natural Born clause of the Constitution and whether or not Obama qualifies under it to serve. More to the point, if found ineligible, Obama’s name would not appear on the 2012 ballot in Georgia.
With the small courtroom crowded, several in attendance could be seen fanning themselves with pamphlets as they waited for the return of the attorneys and the appearance of the judge.
Obama himself, who had been subpoenaed to appear, of course was nowhere near Georgia. Instead, Obama was on a campaign swing appearing in Las Vegas and in Colorado ignoring the court in Georgia.
Over the last several weeks, Obama’s attorney, Michael Jablonski, had attempted several tactics to keep this case from moving forward. He first tried to have it dismissed, then argued that it was irrelevant to Obama. After that, Jablonski argued that a state could not, under the law, determine who would or would not be on a ballot and later, that Obama was simply too busy with the duties of office to appear.
After all these arguments were dispatched by the Georgia Court, Jablonski, in desperation, wrote to the Georgia Secretary of State attempting to place Obama above the law and declared that the case was not to he heard and neither he nor his client would participate. . .