Alabama Case On Obama Eligibility Nears State Supreme Court Decision
The Alabama Supreme Court is about to render a huge decision that may impact the entire country. The issue at hand is whether or not Barack Hussein Obama, aka Barry Soetoro was eligible to be on the ballot in Alabama in the 2012 election.
The question does not arise by virtue of uncertainty about his birthplace, but rather, through another of the many questionable issues regarding the phantom past of the president, his Indonesian citizenship.
The case is being brought by republicans, Hugh McInnish, Virgil Goode and L. Dean Johnson. At issue is whether or not former Alabama Secretary of State, Beth Chapman properly verified his eligibility to serve.
A prominent Fraud Attorney, W.L. Albert Moore, Jr. filed an Amicus Curiae brief seeking a determination as to whether Barack Hussein Obama lost his U.S. citizenship in 1980 when he failed to register with the Selective Service, as the law requires. Also at issue, is whether the president repatriated after he was adopted by Lolo Soetoro, an Indonesian citizen and relocated to Indonesia. The policy of Indonesia at the time was that no non-citizen could attend school and they did not offer dual citizenship. Attendance records indicate Soetoro was identified as an Indonesian citizen while attending a madrasah school.
Friday morning, before 11:30 a.m. CST is when we can expect a decision to come down. Things could get real interesting after lunch.
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