Monday, January 12, 2009

It's the economy says Obama, no, it's the Constitution says Philip Berg



It's the economy says Obama, no, it's the Constitution says Philip Berg: "By Michael Bresciani

Glenn Beck will start his new show on Fox News in only a few days. He wishes President Elect Obama success and his good will is commendable. With Obama as his first guest will he dare to ask him about the much disputed birth certificate or the question about his father's Indonesian citizenship? Not likely!" Read more.

3 comments:

The Intellectual Redneck said...

Supremes deny Berg, but questions about Obama's birth record persist
The Supreme court denied Philip Berg certiorari today, but questions about Obama's birth record persist. He has never provided his long form birth certificate even after several lawsuits. Instead, he has fought in court to keep it a secret document. On January 20th Barack Obama will enter the White House under a cloud of suspicion about his status as a natural born citizen. This is a shame. All he had to do was shoe the document. This is a slap in the face of every American who cherishes the Constitution.

ahrcanum said...

Berg was denied before judgment- what ever that means, and "The Motion for Bill Anderson for leave to file a brief as amicus curiae is granted.” What's the court got up its sleeve I wonder?

Also, no court (to date) has required Obama to present anything regarding his citizenship.

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