Thursday, March 15, 2012

Appeals Court Finds No Need to Hurry On Quo Warranto Suit

When 40 days had gone by without Judge Bates ruling on my Petition for Quo Warranto to test Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility to be President, I went to the Circuit Court of Appeal and asked them to order Judge Bates to rule one way or the other.  The basis of my request is that the election is now only some 200 days away and this question needs to be settled sooner rather than later.

In response, a three judge panel of the Circuit Court held: “The district court’s delay in ruling on the petition for writ of quo warranto is not so egregious or unreasonable as to warrant the extraordinary remedy of mandamus.”  Really?!

I have gone back to the Circuit Court and asked all thirteen Judges of that Court if they agree that it is not a pressing matter that the President may not be eligible to hold that office.  My Petition for Re-Hearing En Banc or, Alternatively, Panel Rehearing concludes by asking: “What greater question of “public importance” demanding “prompt resolution” can there be than whether the sitting President of the United States is ineligible to serve in that capacity?”

We will see what they say and then it is on to the literal court of last resort . . .


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