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Fantasy Wrestling: Barack the Fundamental Transformer v. The Dread Justice Roberts

Jim88 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 8:52 AM
This month Roberts has scheduled and full court conference on the Obama falsification of his documents, namely his use of someone else's SSN, and a forged/altered Selective Service Card and registration form, and then there is his forged birth certificate, all of these allegation are backed up with sworn forensic proof that he is nothing more than a criminial in our white house, and a usurper of our presidency. Hopefully the court will see the need for a lower court or congress to indite him with the RICO Act.
Zgrateful Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:12 AM
Is this for real? One can only hope and pray. How can we wake up America? Obama"s free ride is in itself a disease
Tinsldr2 Wrote: Feb 04, 2013 10:31 AM
No it is not for real

The case he is referring to was lost by the birthers in circuit court

It was appealed to the SC and denied a hearing by justice Kennedy

It was re-appealed and as with all cases re-appealed it gets put on a list

There are more than 10,000 cases on the list

A staffer not a justice writes a brief summary of each case on the list and the justices meet in feb to pick about 100 cases from the over 10,000 on the list

This case selection is the so called Hearing he is referring too

Now birthers won't believe what I just wrote but what can you expect from them

It could happen--Barack Obama and John Roberts in an epic clash. For institutional, ideological, and personal reasons, the two charismatic heavyweights may be on a collision course.

Obama is a fierce competitor who climbed the ranks from local Chicago pol to president in just 6 years. He envisions a different American society--more liberal and redistributive, with a government powerful enough to make it happen. His ambitious Second Inaugural prompted even the New York Times to fit into print “Obama offers liberal vision.”

From preserving every inch of turf held by our overdrawn entitlement...

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