You and Orly- what a lovely pairing. Hey Speeder- I really look forward to you commenting on whether you agree with the Alaskan challenging Obama's eligiblity because Obama is a Mulatto. Feel free to drop by that thread. You always have an entertaining perspective.
Originally Posted by Speeders R Murderers
lets post the entire article shall we?
INDIANAPOLIS | A last-minute recount of ballot petition signatures has won Republican Rick Santorum a spot on Indiana's presidential primary election ballot.
The Indiana Election Commission Friday voted 4-0 to reject 27 challenges to Santorum's eligibility after Marion County election officials certified the former U.S. senator from Pennsylvania obtained the 500 signatures required to qualify as a candidate.
The county election board previously said Santorum was eight signatures short, but a re-check Thursday put Santorum over the top.
The two Republicans and two Democrats on the state election commission said the certification eliminated any grounds to keep Santorum off the ballot.
Santorum faces Newt Gingrich, Ron Paul and Mitt Romney on May 8, with the winner receiving all of Indiana's 46 Republican convention delegates.
Democratic President Barack Obama also qualified for Indiana's ballot Friday after the election commission unanimously rejected challenges questioning his status as a natural born citizen
Attorney Orly Taitz claimed the legal documents establishing Obama's identity including his birth certificate, Social Security number and Selective Service registration are fraudulent, making Obama ineligible to run for president.
"This man is a criminal, ladies and gentlemen, and you are covering up forgery," Taitz said.
Commission Chairman Dan Dumezich, a Schererville Republican, took exception to Taitz's accusation.
"I am not a fan of Barack Obama but he is the president of the United States and he should not be subjected to this sort of accusation that is unsubstantiated," Dumezich said.
Taitz has previously filed lawsuits in other states seeking to remove Obama from the ballot when her arguments were rejected by an election commission.
She is unlikely to be successful in Indiana because the state Court of Appeals ruled in Nov. 2009 that Obama is a natural born citizen for presidential eligibility purposes.
Let see shall we:
a) the election commission unanimously rejected challenges questioning his status as a natural born citizen
b_ the state Court of Appeals ruled in Nov. 2009 that Obama is a natural born citizen for presidential eligibility purposes.
And yet you agree with the rantings of Orly Taitz- the worst lawyer in the universe.
I will have more in a moment....this is just golden.
The real harm is to our children. As long as we remain suspicious of the wrong people, predators will continue to have free reign to abuse innocent children. If they remain free from scrutiny because everyone else is focusing on gays and lesbians, more young lives will continue to be shattered and more parents will suffer the agonizing heartache of learning that they trusted someone who destroyed their child’s future.