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Supreme Court to Obama: Prove It


The Supreme Court of The United States of America gives Obama until December 1st to produce his birth certificate showing he is a "natural born" citizen of the United States and therefore quilified to hold the highest office of the land.

He can't because it doesn't exist. Obama will have to also answer for posting 3 fake birth certificates on the D.C. websites. He will have to answer for taking 600 million plus dollars in donations and defrauding voters.

Any person reading the Writ of Certiorari that Justice Souter accepted at the Supreme Court and says Obama must answer by Dec. 1 will understand the evidence with their own eyes. 

The only part of the filing that was rejected by Justice Souter was the Injunction to stop the election. The Writ of Certiorari is still in play.

We are headed for a Constitutional crisis if this is not resolved.  Anything Obama signs in office will be null and void. Anyone showing or telling Obama state secrets would be committing a crime.

You can read the Writ and exhibits for yourself  www.obamacrimes.com    Find the article and click on the pdf file.

Obama may even be an illegal alien. Don't  take my word for it, do your own research!

Entry #49


Jack-CComment by Jack-C - November 6, 2008, 1:06 pm
I think that those of us that did NOT vote for Senator Obama for a number of reasons are going to get tired of posting "I told you so" and "We warned you." I am going to put both of those comments in a Notepad file so I can just copy and paste.
emilygComment by emilyg - November 6, 2008, 1:15 pm
KEEP us updated.
TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - November 6, 2008, 1:15 pm
To find the pdf file of the Writ, exhibits and affidavits, click on past 10 articles at the top of the home page. The Supreme Court article will be on that page that comes up with all the links there.
konaneComment by konane - November 6, 2008, 1:30 pm
Love the rule of law as opposed to mob rule. Have my popcorn, cola, comfortable seat waiting for the show.

Thank you so very much for keeping us updated!
four4meComment by four4me - November 6, 2008, 1:34 pm
It has been found.

TenajComment by Tenaj - November 6, 2008, 2:04 pm
This is just smear. Think about it morons: that would have been the first thing checked. He wouldn't have even been able to get on the ticket.

Get over it. Obama is your president.
NBey6Comment by NBey6 - November 6, 2008, 2:06 pm
I went to the Supreme Court of the United States website and couldn't find anything about this. Help me out someone.

Comment by pacattack05 - November 6, 2008, 2:13 pm
Here's proof he is a citizen. I agree with Tenaj. Actually she beat me to it...lol Do you really think he would have gone through all this trouble if he couldn't prove it?

Here's the link:

TenajComment by Tenaj - November 6, 2008, 2:30 pm
This is just a part of the smear campaign against him. I don't know why people are wasting their time. The election is over. OBAMA WON! GET OVER IT ALREADY.
TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - November 6, 2008, 2:58 pm
Some ppl are tooooooo lazy to read the Writ themselves!!!!!
TenajComment by Tenaj - November 6, 2008, 3:16 pm
The Writ is garbage. Pac there's no need to produce proof. In fact, stuff like this should be ignored because it's just smear.
konaneComment by konane - November 6, 2008, 3:49 pm
It's up to the Supreme Court to decide whether it has merit or not.
TenajComment by Tenaj - November 6, 2008, 4:09 pm
And just because it goes to the Supreme Court doesn't give it merit. What ignorant people don't know it that you can get a lawyer to take anything to the Supreme Court. It's been thrown out of court already.

The NC lottery is taken to the Supreme Court by a bunch of losers, as well. Many things goes to the Supreme Court from overzealous losers who waste their money, and the tax payers money and time.

I've never seen such a bunch of sore losers in my life.

Read what snopes say:


It's a shame that this kind of stuff have to be clarified on this forum for people who think that just because something goes to the Supreme Court makes it true and it has merit. Konane took advantage of that ignorance. But that's the Republican's way to play everybody stupid.
konaneComment by konane - November 6, 2008, 4:23 pm
I didn't take advantage of anything, simply posting links to Supreme Court documents someone said they couldn't find.

Guess for a liberal Snopes is a higher authority than the highest court in the land. ROFLMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! LOL!!! LOL!!!

If conservatives believed liberals forged documents Dan Rather would still be broadcasting ......... remember the Bush National Guard record? A bad forgery sunk Mary Mape's story which Dan Rather wouldn't back down on. The rest is history.

For whatever verdict is handed down the Supreme Court decides merits of Berg's lawsuit. If without merit it will be dismissed. If merit they will render their verdict which is final and the end of the subject.
NBey6Comment by NBey6 - November 6, 2008, 4:33 pm
..Part III. Jurisdiction on Writ of Certiorari


Rule 10. Considerations Governing Review on Writ of Certiorari

Review on a writ of certiorari is not a matter of right, but of judicial discretion. A petition for a writ of certiorari will be granted only for compelling reasons. The following, although neither controlling nor fully measuring the Court's discretion, indicate the character of the reasons the Court considers:

(a) a United States court of appeals has entered a decision in conflict with the decision of another United States court of appeals on the same important matter; has decided an important federal question in a way that conflicts with a decision by a state court of last resort; or has so far departed from the accepted and usual course of judicial proceedings, or sanctioned such a departure by a lower court, as to call for an exercise of this Court's supervisory power;
(b) a state court of last resort has decided an important federal question in a way that conflicts with the decision of another state court of last resort or of a United States court of appeals;
(c) a state court or a United States court of appeals has decided an important question of federal law that has not been, but should be, settled by this Court, or has decided an important federal question in a way that conflicts with relevant decisions of this Court.
A petition for a writ of certiorari is rarely granted when the asserted error consists of erroneous factual findings or the misapplication of a properly stated rule of law.

konaneComment by konane - November 6, 2008, 4:48 pm
As I said it's up to the Supreme Court Justices to decide merit, dismiss or hear the case. We'll find out December 1 what their decision is.
Ms. PatComment by Ms. Pat - November 6, 2008, 4:56 pm
Get over it and let's move on!!!!!
NBey6Comment by NBey6 - November 6, 2008, 4:57 pm
As the info below says, Obama does not have to prove anything.
konaneComment by konane - November 6, 2008, 5:08 pm
We'll see what or if the Supreme Court SAYS he has to prove.

jarasanComment by jarasan - November 6, 2008, 5:45 pm
Right now, the simplest solution is to produce the Hawaii document. The snopes proof is awfully twisted and doesn't address the issue at hand, ACTUALLY being born in Hawaii and not Kenya as the OTHER grammy says.

I personally hope this is worked out to Obama's favor.

BTW I predicted the market would drop 1000 pts. the day after Obama was elected I was close after 2 days it has dropped 485 + 425 = 910. At least gas in these parts is down to under $2.50.

Tommorrow maybe people will realize that the threat of higher taxes, capital removal, and trickle up economics is really cool and they'll start buying again.

Historically the markets improve by almost 2 points between election and inauguration, still plenty o'time for them to recover.
jarasanComment by jarasan - November 6, 2008, 6:04 pm
I think everybody should remember a couple of things, although 64.4 million USAmericans voted for Obama, 56.7 million voted for McCain. There are roughly 340 million people in this country, 340M- (64.4M+56.7M)= 219M. That's right 219 Million people didn't vote! You can't tell me something isn't right, yeah yeah I know some are ineligible to vote but basically 1 out of 2 that could vote, didn't, these elections can really move either way, I hope for the Dems that they get out of the gate and work with the repubs. and fix some things or the Dems will be blamed on the next round, and blaming W ain't gonna work, they've been in majority since 2006 and neither party has anything to show but pointed fingers.
TenajComment by Tenaj - November 6, 2008, 6:30 pm
OBAMA IS PRESIDENT - I'm sorry it's taking you guys so long to wrap your head around that fact. Get over the smear.
jarasanComment by jarasan - November 6, 2008, 6:44 pm
Obama is president-elect. George W. Bush is president. You have 75 days to wrap your head around that.
Comment by chowchow - November 6, 2008, 7:28 pm
I can't believe some of the stuff that people are posting. What is this world coming to. Obama is a very smart man and he knows the law. What is wrong With you people. Why want you give the man benefit of the doubt. Let him prove himself. This will not be any easy job. If he was my son, I wouldn't want him to be president of this "so called United States". He has put his family and himself in danger to try and help a country that is not worth it. A country that is filled with so much hate that it makes you sick. Obama in my opinion is to good for the United States. Sure , I live here, but I will never except hate and racism that I have seen all of my life. This man has put his life on the line to try and help make this country strong again, and what does he get, a bunch of low-lifed, evil ?????, that will try and belittle him every chance they get. I'm just feed up with this bull. Before you start downing him, give him a chance. This country is in a mess. He didn't do it !!! This man is God-Send and it ain't D*** thing you can do about it. Have a good day.
TenajComment by Tenaj - November 6, 2008, 8:52 pm
Those little girls need a pit bull puppy with all the hate people have.
TigerAngelComment by TigerAngel - November 6, 2008, 8:57 pm
This blog is for lovers of the truth and seekers of the truth. All other ignoramuses can go somewhere else. Now, you got the info, if you don't like it spout your junk on your own blog!!!
jarasanComment by jarasan - November 6, 2008, 9:27 pm
Hate is in the eye of the beholder.

We don't hate Obama, like you hated and hate George W. Bush, McCain, or Palin.

Some just want the truth, unlike Dan Rather using made up false documents to discredit GW Bush of where he was for 2 weeks in the 70's, or all this other stuff you are posting about the losing side. Nobody from the Repubs. trashed Kerry or his campaign like what is going on right now.

That frinking Carl Cameron is an idiot he shoulda used some GDamn discretion and just saying fine thanks for the info and letting it go, Sarah Palin doesn't deserve it especially after what they've been put thru.   Carl Cameron is a jerk.

I said when they picked her they would start trashing her from the get go and the hating left didn't dissappoint. They did their best to trash her, joe the plumber, anybody on the campaign, and they still keep going.

NBey6Comment by NBey6 - November 6, 2008, 9:46 pm
I don't hate Sarah Palin, she just wasn't intelligent enough to be Vice-President, she thought Africa was a country and that the VP was "in charge of the senate." I like the "real" John McCain, but since he chose Palin, he shouldn't be president. As for 'Joe The Plumber' he was a liar and an idiot, he wasn't buying the plumbing company, hadn't paid his tax lien on his house and didn't get that his business would have gotten a tax benefit under Obama's plan. In essence, he is a loser "socialist" who took money to bail himself out of debt, that will get 10 - 15 minutes of fame from the McCain supporters and off of Obama's back.

Good night!

jarasanComment by jarasan - November 6, 2008, 10:46 pm
Nbey6 I apologize, your last comment is not at all hateful. Not intelligent, liar, idiot, tax evader, loser, greedy....... nice stuff you say, sorry.
Comment by Piaceri - November 7, 2008, 12:05 am
So what is wrong with just letting this run it's course? If Obama is a legal citizen, it will be proven so. Are you Democrats afraid of something?

After 8 years of hatred, lies, and smears against President Bush (who btw is STILL President), ya'll come out and say, "Hey, we won. We can be united now"? What is wrong with that picture? Especially your comments, chowchow.

Yeah, I see no hate coming from chowchow, nbey6, and tenaj. Not at all.

In my mind, Obama was elected and he will be my President. I wish him well because if he does well, so does this country. If he goes left - as it already appears he is doing so with his staff appointments, he will not be successful.
justxploringComment by justxploring - November 7, 2008, 12:12 am
LOL - look at the name of the web site. "Obama crimes"
Sure, that's a good, reliable source.
jarasanComment by jarasan - November 7, 2008, 6:33 am
JX welcome back!


Here is a nice site of a sitting prez, not hateful at all just fun, enjoy, I wonder if we'll have an Obama or chimp site?

I think it will be a rabbit since he will be B. HOPOTUS, actually maybe it'll be "Is it Bush or Obama?" they have very similar ears.

Comment by chowchow - November 7, 2008, 6:34 am
Piaceri, I am not afraid of no man. MY thing is, this country should wish him well. He will be trying to fix the country for all of us. He need us as a people to support him and to support each other. I know that the job he has will be overbearing at times, but I believe he will make the right decisions for the country. I didn't say Dems. or Repub. I said country. This country has got to try and live out the true meaning of its creed, that all men all created equal. All I say is give him a chance. You gave G. Bush one, now look at the country. I know its not all his fault, but he is the commander in chief. I do have a regain respect for him, at a low point in this country with the economy, he was fighting trying to keep it from going into a depression. He could have just set back and let it fall, because he was on his way out anyway. He really did take some heat. An if Obama doesn't prevail, I know there will be plenty of heat. Right now he has to fight a rough battle. Like I said this country is a mess. If he was my child, I wouldn't want him to be President of "this" United States. I guess he knew the road would be rough, so I will just pray for him, because this man will need prayer. And I believe in the power of prayer. And I know people all over the world is praying for him. YES WE CAN
Comment by chowchow - November 7, 2008, 6:59 am
Piaceri, I am not afraid of no man. MY thing is, this country should wish him well. He will be trying to fix the country for all of us. He need us as a people to support him and to support each other. I know that the job he has will be overbearing at times, but I believe he will make the right decisions for the country. I didn't say Dems. or Repub. I said country. This country has got to try and live out the true meaning of its creed, that all men all created equal. All I say is give him a chance. You gave G. Bush one, now look at the country. I know its not all his fault, but he is the commander in chief. I do have a regain respect for him, at a low point in this country with the economy, he was fighting trying to keep it from going into a depression. He could have just set back and let it fall, because he was on his way out anyway. He really did take some heat. An if Obama doesn't prevail, I know there will be plenty of heat. Right now he has to fight a rough battle. Like I said this country is a mess. If he was my child, I wouldn't want him to be President of "this" United States. I guess he knew the road would be rough, so I will just pray for him, because this man will need prayer. And I believe in the power of prayer. And I know people all over the world is praying for him. YES WE CAN
konaneComment by konane - November 7, 2008, 9:14 am
Understand there were similar suits filed against McCain stating he'd have to prove his citizenship before being sworn in, had he won. Shoe's on the other foot, liberals up in arms saying it's a hate issue. NOT! Hate is one of many tiiiiiired over used objections straight out of the Democratic play book. We've heard them all, argue something based on substantive issues.

We the citizens are simply asking for PROOF as we assume nothing when reasonable doubt has been raised. Filing a lawsuit was the only way PROOF could be demanded since questions about citizenship had gone unanswered for two whole years prior to the election.

Writ of Certiorari was dated October 24, 2008, Supreme Court docket dated Oct 30 2008 Petition for a writ of certiorari before judgment filed. (Response due December 1, 2008).

News story dated November 1, 2008 stated Obma's birth certificate had been verified, however that birth certificate has to be presented in evidence to the Supreme Court since the suit was filed before the birth certificate was verified. Supreme Court also has to accept it as valid. Court seems to work that way.   

Justx ..... http://www.obamacrimes.us/documents/ is a site acting as a repository of copies of exact court documents filed for anyone curious enough to read for FREE. They're available for viewing as any court document is via Pacer but otherwise you'd have to PAY.
Comment by Pick-5Player - November 7, 2008, 9:31 am
who cares if he isn't a citizen and they BOOT him from office then MCCAIN or some other clown will run things and no matter who is in office this country will still be SCREWED!!!
Comment by Pick-5Player - November 7, 2008, 9:37 am
I don't know why everyone is crying and complaining about OBAMA because he's not gonna be able too help get this country out of the mess it's in anyway,"NO ONE CAN" not Mccain,Bush or anyone else!! So if he is put out of office over this who's gonna take over? just another loser that puts this country in a worse situation then it's already in.
Comment by jim695 - November 7, 2008, 3:10 pm
I've read the article and all of the comments here. I'm a Republican and always have been, but I didn't vote for McCain. I didn't vote for Obama, either, but I fully accept the fact the he will be our new president. America has spoken, folks, and I hereby pledge my loyalty, my support and my best efforts to doing whatever I can to help bring about the changes Mr. Obama envisions.

   Notice, PLEASE, that I did not indicate any loyalty to Mr. Obama himself; whomever happens to be president is entirely incidental to me. My obligation is, and always has been to my country, to MY America. To that end, I believe it's my duty to do anything I can to help make this a better place to live and raise our families. That includes supporting our president, no matter what his political affiliation, unless and until he gives me a reason to distrust him or his word (being a Democrat does not qualify, in my opinion). Should this come to pass, I'll be happy to admit how wrong I was, and you can all beat me with sticks if it'll make you feel better.

   I was in the Navy when Clinton announced that he would allow gays to join the uniformed services. Before they settled on the current "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" policy, entire divisions from all branches were lined up to resign their enlistments and commissions, citing Breach of Contract. Military and civilian legal minds got together and discovered that these men and women could indeed quit the armed forces under the claimed breach since, when they joined up, their contracts stated that gays were not allowed to serve in the military. Personally, I didn't care; the perceived offense of being gay didn't affect a person's job performance, and I had no interest in what gay people might do when they're not on duty. My point is that, in 1994, we came within a hair's breadth of a disastrous and possibly unrecoverable reduction in our military defensive personnel, and all because tens of thousands of enlistees and officers jumped the gun and overreacted to something that never came to pass. Would the same result have materialized without the world-wide protest? Probably, because it was finally decided that the Constitution did not specifically exclude gay people from its guaranteed rights and freedoms, so the new policy was adopted and installed. Many troops didn't like it, but it seemed to be a reasonable compromise that we could all live with.

   What I can't seem to wrap my head around is the BRAND loyalty that's being exhibited over the recent elections. Republicans historically disagree with anything Democrats might utter, and vice-versa, but the two major parties are not football teams to be rooted on by their respective fans in the bleachers. Whether Obama is good for the country or not remains to be seen, but the hard reality is, he was elected President of the United States by an overwhelming majority, and the message is very clear: America is sick and tired of the status quo.

   The blame for the current condition of America can only be placed on the people we've elected in the past. WE didn't do this, THEY did, so WHY do we INSIST on pledging our undying loyalty to one party or the other, especially since we've all been royally screwed by BOTH??? I mean, you can still cling to your conservative views, or liberal ones, if that's your preference, but NONE of these people are worth the blind, undying loyalty most of us bestow upon them. It's like saying you trust a member of the American Legion more than you would a member of the VFW, simply because of the club he belongs to. I like Lou Dobbs's analogy. He said, "The two major parties have become like two wings of the same bird." Line them up side-by side, and we won't be able to tell the difference; BOTH parties exhibit and practice self-interest over that of the people, BOTH parties are completely out of touch with mainstream America and BOTH parties circle the wagons with amazing rapidity when one of their own needs protection from the law. To be fair, the mess we're in is partially our fault, because we did let things go unchecked for way too long. However, the liberties taken and the atrocities committed by elected officials in the past were not suggested by the people of this nation; those ideas and schemes were conceived and executed by those we trusted to represent us and our national interests, so our liability ends with casting our votes.

   I must admit that I'm somewhat concerned about Obama's recently-announced cabinet choices, and the writing on the wall is beginning to make me a little nervous. However, they haven't been confirmed yet, and it's still too early to make the call with any degree of certainty, so I'm willing to give the man his chance. Realistically, it's the only choice we have, with the notable exception of throwing ourselves into complete denial. Let's not forget that the same thing happened when Bush took office; the Democrats opposed him and his party at every turn, and we ended up here. It should be obvious to all of us that this approach simply doesn't work; we need to do something else.
   Now, I'm NOT suggesting that the opposing party should just throw up their hands and give in to anything the party in power puts forth, but there MUST be some degree of bipartisan cooperation to temper that inherent opposition, or NOTHING will actually be accomplished. Over the years, our government has become one of the PARTY, by the PARTY and for the PARTY; the constant infighting, finger-pointing and rumor-mongering serve only as annoying distractions from very real issues that need to be addressed in the interest, and for the sake, of our beloved country.

   We can sit here and whine and complain and moan for the next four years, or we can roll up our sleeves and work as a populace to create a more perfect union. I don't believe Obama is the Messiah, a product of divine intervention or even Superman, but our friends and neighbors have said they want him to lead our nation out of the mess it's in now. We're NOT going to have him replaced with John McCain - it just ain't gonna happen, and we should all be adult enough to accept that. This isn't the playground, and we aren't arguing over who gets the ball anymore.

   Obama can't do anything by himself, and he has admitted that; he needs the help and support of the American people, and I believe it would be in our best interest to at least TRY to get ourselves out of the mess we've helped to create by burying our heads in the sand for so long. We've tried to ignore the problems facing America today but, for some reason, they still haven't gone away. Maybe it's time we stand up, brush the sand from our hair and try a new approach, this time with our eyes open. If WE don't overcome the difficulties our nation currently faces, Obama might be the last president elected in America, and our heritage will fade into legend, known and spoken of only in stories passed down through subsequent generations in foreign lands. If that happens, we'll have only ourselves, and our petty political differences, to blame.

   If the election had turned the other way, if McCain had been elected, these discussions and opinions would still be here. The roles and arguments would be reversed, of course; Republicans and conservatives would be crying that McCain won, and that the Dems and liberals should simply accept that and move on. Well, it didn't come out that way; WE LOST. That's it; Game Over once again, and this time they won, but that does NOT signal the end of the world as we know it. We've elected Democrats to the presidency in the past, and we're still alive; our nation remained intact. Then we elected a Republican to lead us. Once we became dissatisfied with that regime, we again elected a Democrat, and so on, an
Comment by jim695 - November 7, 2008, 3:16 pm
and so it will continue forever and ever (knock on wood). It's not a disaster, and it's not even a calamity that Obama was elected. It's simply America exercising her ability to change the political season from a cold, cold Winter to the promise and new possibilities brought about by the following Spring. If you're a die-hard Bush fanatic (more football mentality), you can view it as a change from Fall to the worst blizzard you've seen in all your born days. Regardless of how you choose to perceive the change, it's not going to go away, no matter how hard you pretend, wish or pray.

   It's not pleasant, and I'm not happy that things didn't go my way this time. In fact, this is the first time since 1968 that I have failed to accurately predict the winner in a presidential race. Rather than being bitter about being wrong, I'm actually somewhat amused by it, because it tells me that people really are beginning to wake up, and I find that to be very encouraging. It means that the common man has finally found his voice, no longer to be silenced by his own political ignorance or apathy.

   If Obama doesn't perform as promised, I'll lead the charge to have him impeached. Until that time, he's going to need our help and our support if we're going to pull out of this tailspin. We've finally reached a point where we can look past the color of a man's skin, but we can't look past his party affiliation, which apparently spells doom for almost half of the American people, while the remainder celebrate their good fortune. You don't have to convert your political religion to support our new president, but you should at least support the majority of Americans, your friends and neighbors, who have clearly stated their choice for either the new leader of the free world, or the free leader of the New World, depending on how you choose to view it.

   Let's give it 100 days or so, and then we can judge whether the path Obama has chosen for us is the right one. We can sit here and lament McCain's defeat until then, but in the meantime we should try to work together toward the common goal of getting America back on her feet again.   

kttrmComment by kttrm - November 7, 2008, 5:53 pm
I can't find any information on this supposely fake birth cert. Hmmmm The Republicans are the ones throwing Sara Palin to the dogs. I'm not against shopping at all. Go Girl!!!! When you donate money to a cause, you have to know it goes where its most needed. If I were running for Vice Pres. I WOULD NOT wear something from Walmart. No NO NOT KATT . She had some really nice taylored suits on. But my vote went to Obama, based on the his issues. I'm just wondering about what Tigerangel is going to blog about after the 1st of Dec.
jaysonComment by jayson - November 8, 2008, 1:46 pm
Barack Obama does not have to prove anything. Why come abc nbc cnn fox cbs ect is not reporting this. This is the last thing voters want to hear. This is not going anywhere obama will be the next president starting jan20th . So get over it. And keep politics out of here if you want politics go elsewhere.

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