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Chief Justice John Roberts Meets Obama In Private

January 15, 2009
Devvy Kidd

Is there anything more shameful than the man who lacks the courage to be a coward?” Peter Blaunder

CBS News reported that Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, John G. Roberts, Jr., would meet in private with impostor president elect, Barack Hussein Obama aka Barry Soetoro and so forth, on January 14, 2009:

“At the invitation of Chief Justice John G. Roberts, Jr., Mr. Obama and Vice President-elect Joe Biden will pay a protocol visit to the Supreme Court of the United States Wednesday afternoon, the office says….The visit is private; reporters and photographers will not be present.”

I called the media number at the Supreme Court yesterday afternoon. The giddy operator confirmed they expected Obama at any minute!

To say I was floored when I read the news item is an understatement. A ‘ceremonial’ meeting between a president elect and justices of the Supreme Court is somewhat traditional. HOWEVER, in this instance, it’s flat out wrong. Chief Justice Roberts has cases on the docket where Obama is the defendant or is the subject of the litigation. Roberts and the other eight justices have already held two ‘Distribution for Conferences’ on the Donofrio and Wrotnoski cases on Obama’s citizenship ineligibility. They just turned away one of Phil Berg’s cases a few days ago; that one is still in the Third Circuit. Tomorrow is the fourth case; another from Phil Berg.

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. Ted permalink
    January 18, 2009 5:20 pm

    The question is not IF there will be an interdiction of Obama’s Presidency by the Supreme Court, the questions are WHEN and HOW that interdiction will transpire — that is, if the USA is to continue as the Constitutional Republic that now exists.

  2. riki permalink
    January 17, 2009 2:59 am

    Obama is still facing charges about his citizen eligibility

    So why is everyone on chat blogs still jumping up and down about it?

    The Repubs would’ve been the first to do it.

    Its all a no brainer. The Demo’s wouldn’t have approved him otherwise. Too obvious a technicality to pursue.

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