Tuesday, June 23, 2009
In California on July 13, 2009, a judge is set to rule on a motion questioning Obama's eligibility to serve as President. The plaintiffs' attorney, Orly Taitz, says the commander-in-chief is in default.
The announcement came from U.S. District Judge David O. Carter, who said: "Before the court is a motion by plaintiffs for reconsideration of order to show cause or in the alternative to certify question for appeal. Court sets this matter for hearing on July 13, 2009 at 8:30a.m. in Courtroom 9D. Plaintiffs are directed to make every effort possible to ensure that all remaining defendants are aware of the hearing and provide documentation that the individual receiving service is authorized to accept on defendants' behalf."
The case was filed on behalf of former U.S. Ambassador Alan Keyes, also a contestant in the 2008 presidential race in California, and others. Taitz said the case might have been confused with another Keyes vs. Obama case filed in that state's court system, which was thrown out and now is on appeal.
"I will be asking for the release of his vital records," she said.
"The latest argument by the judge says that I was supposed to serve Obama by a certain Rule-4I. My argument is that it wasn't applicable, as I served him as an individual, on inauguration day, for his action before he became the president. He does not qualify to get governmental representation, meaning he has to pick (up) the tab," she explained.
"He defaulted, and in default I can demand production of the documents to show his fitness for the position," she wrote.
"The documents that I am requesting are the original (birth certificate), school records, passport records and immigration records."
Taitz was born in Moldova, which used to be part of the old Soviet Union. Recalling her life under a communist regime, she told World Net Daily she is determined to do her part to stop America from following in the all-too-familiar footsteps of her former homeland.
She has likened not only the U.S. judiciary to the old Soviet Union establishment because of its unwillingness to resolve the dispute, but she's accused members of the media of becoming like the Soviet press, because they push for Obama's agenda.
She's lived it once, and it appears she sees what the rest of us do.