Is the United States a nation of laws and under law, or does might make right? So far every fact known to us indicates that Barack Obama is unqualified to serve as President of the United States. Numerous lawsuits have been filed asserting this, but all have been dismissed by courts stating that the plaintiff, the one filing the lawsuit, did not have legal standing to bring the action at law. So, Barack Obama, even though he has never shown that he is qualified to be President, now serves as the 44th President of the United States.
But, many earnest citizens throughout our country are not giving up their legitimate cause. The latest effort I heard about is something called a “Quo Warranto” action being brought to court in the District of Columbia. The suit has been filed by Orly Taitz, a California attorney.
According to WorldNetDaily, Orly Taitz, is “working on several of the civil actions, [and] also announced she has filed another Quo Warranto case in the District of Columbia, where, she told WND, the statutes acknowledge that procedure.”
WND’s report continues, “John Eidsmoe, an expert on the U.S. Constitution now working with the Foundation on Moral Law, said the demand is a legitimate course of action. “She basically is asking, ‘By what authority’ is Obama president,” he told WND. “In other words, ‘I want you to tell me by what authority. I don’t really think you should hold the office.’ “”
The question is, when will America’s courts finally begin to rule by law again instead of by political persuasion, which is nothing more than “might makes right?”
You can read the full report on WorldNetDaily by clicking here: Obama Lawsuits.