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Curses! Foiled Again!


Curses, Mutley!  It’s back to the drawing board!

Law.com reports:

‘Birthers’ Lose Again as Federal Judge Nixes Challenge To Obama’s Presidency

The Obama administration has defeated another suit, this time in New Jersey, alleging the president isn’t a natural-born citizen and so should be ousted from office.

U.S. District Judge Jerome Simandle in Camden, N.J., ruled Tuesday that four voters lacked standing to attack Barack Obama’s eligibility or to claim their rights were violated by Congress’ failure to investigate his place of birth

Oh, noes!  Not the rights of the right!  Now that’s not right.

Simandle agreed with Assistant U.S. Attorney Elizabeth Pascal that because the plaintiffs couldn’t prove they had suffered any harm that was particularized, imminent or concrete, they lacked standing to sue. A claim that alleges the entire public is threatened or raises a general grievance about government isn’t a sustainable under the Article III of the constitution, Simandle ruled in Kerchner v. Obama, 09-253.

The law.  Aint it a bitch?

Even if they could show an injury in fact, the plaintiffs’ claim raised the kind of abstract issue the U.S. Supreme Court has viewed as a legislative question, Simandle said, adding, “The Court acknowledges plaintiffs’ frustration with what they perceive as Congress’ inaction in this area, but their remedy may be found through their vote.”

In other words,  2012 sore losermen.  Nowr take your mutt and get out of our faces.


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