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Obama's name challenged on Georgia's ballot

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Date: November 23, 2011

The office of the Secretary of State of Georgia has accepted a filed complaint challenging the placement of Barack Obama's name on the state's primary ballot of March 6, 2011, as the Democratic Party of Georgia's presidential nominee. Secretary of State, Brian P. Kemp assigned the case to the Administrative Court for a hearing in December.

David Farrar, a resident of Cedartown, Georgia, has challenged the accuracy of Obama's two birth certificates, as well as his Article ll "natural born" Citizenship status.

Pre-hearing pleadings are due into the office of Administrative Court Judge, Michael M. Malihi, no later than Dec. 1, 2011.

Dr. Orly Taitz Esq. has signed onto the case as lead counsel.


Contact David Farrar, Cedartown, Georgia
Cedartown, Georgia
Email: david.naturalborn@gmail.com

6 comments:

  1. Wow you are such a moron. He has shown his birth certificate, you stupid fat redneck. Not like you'd ever believe it anyways... Oh and tell Ms. Oily Titz her five minutes of fame we're up a long time ago. Too bad being a dumbass isn't a crime, because you'd be in jail for life.

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  2. Oh and for your information, I don't particularly like Obama either, but I despise people who try to attack one of the most fundamental values of our country; voting. Please move to Russia now, I hear rigging elections is popular there. Moron.

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  3. Hey David I didn't like George W Bush. Does that mean I should have filed a lawsuit to get him thrown off the ballot?

    Oh and of course he's not going to ask the Supreme Court to validate his birth certificate. Hell no one gets to ask the Supreme Court anything, you have to hope they agree to hear your case, and they aren't about to waste time on such a thing so that a couple of rednecks from Georgia will shut up.

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  4. Chris, there is nothing magical about a birth certificate. It's prima facie information is worthless unless corroborating evidence can be found to back it up.

    This is one of most fascinating aspects of the whole Obama story...there is absolutely no corroborating evidence to support Obama contentions about his birth time, place or date.

    Even the two contemporaneous newspaper birth announcements have proven to be simply routine Hawaiian Health Department Index records, and not taken from the proud parents or grandparents, as once supposed.

    ex animo
    davidfarrar

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  5. As with most birthers dump a large amount of 5 dollar words and hope that someohow you bogus "legal" arguments go somewhere. Of course with that legal eagle Dr. Orly Taitz Esq. on your side you're sure to be laughed out of court.

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  6. Fair enough, wearbear. Can you come up with one independent fact about Obama birth that will corroborate its time, place and date?

    ex animo
    davidfarrar

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