Obama Nightmare: Eligibility Case Still Alive

What difference at this point does it make? Will it change anything or make any laws not applicable? These are interesting stories, but when do we start worrying about the next election instead of past elections? We need to change the hearts and minds of enough people to have a majority of conservatives making decisions about our freedoms. This year’s election is too important to be distracted with things that might alienate some in the conservative base.
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Filed on appeal almost a year ago, a legal challenge against Barack Obama remains lurking in the hallways and offices of the Alabama Supreme Court, where at least two justices already have indicated an interest in the radioactive issue of Obama’s constitutional eligibility to serve as president.

Court officials confirmed to WND today that the case brought by attorney Larry Klayman, who founded Freedom Watch, and most recently hit the headlines for a successful fight against Obama’s program run by the National Security Agency to spy on Americans, remains on the docket.

It’s been fully briefed, but the justices haven’t announced yet whether they will hear oral arguments on the dispute, even though Klayman asked for an opportunity.

The case raises some of the same arguments that appeared earlier in dozens of local, state and federal court cases over Obama’s first term.

They all argue in some fashion that because of the lack of details about Obama’s birthplace, he might be ineligible to be president under the Constitution’s requirement. That is thought to have been defined by the Founders as someone who was born of citizen parents in the country.

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