February 23, 2013

Obots Afraid of Declaratory Relief?

Cheerleaders for the usurpation of the Office of the President of the United States have got their panties in a bunch because Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. is seeking declaratory relief in the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District, Grinols v. Electoral College, First Amended Complaint.

Dr. Conspiracy, Obama Conspiracy Theories writes:

"Specifically, Taitz is asking the Court to declare that President Obama fraudulently applied to be a candidate in California. I always thought (but then I am not a lawyer) that declaratory relief was something to prevent an imminent future controversy and that what Taitz is trying to do is moot."

U.S. Legal.com defines Declaratory Relief as:

Declaratory relief refers to a judgment of a court which determines the rights of parties without ordering anything be done or awarding damages. By seeking a declaratory judgment, the party making the request is seeking for an official declaration of the status of a matter in controversy. Optimally, the resolution of the rights of the parties involved will prevent further litigation.

Taitz is asking the Court to examine evidence and hear testimony beyond a cursory examination of Hawaii's abbreviated vital record of Obama's birth and make a declaration as to his eligibility to be on the California ballot. By its very definition, seeking a declaratory judgment is trying to avoid litigation in the future for candidates seeking a nomination for ballot placement in a Presidential election.

Barack Hussein Obama II was born in Hawaii in 1961 and registered in an Indonesian elementary school on Jan. 1, 1968 as Barry Soetoro, Indonesian National. Obama has demonstrated a flaw in the system of determining eligibility for the office of POTUS. An agreement by the California SoS to examine the complete record Presidential candidates will result in the avoidance of future litigation.

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