U.S. Supreme Court file
On Wednesday, Chief Justice John Roberts of the Supreme Court scheduled a birther case brought on by Orly Taitz which calls into question Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility to be president of the United States. Dr. Taitz, a lawyer from Santa Margarita, Calif., As of this writing, major news networks such as ABC, Fox News, CBS, and NBC have yet to report on the high court’s decision to review Barack Hussein Obama’s eligibility to hold political office in the United States or any of its territories. The case is identified as Edward Noonan, et al., v. Deborah Bowen, California Secretary of State.Obama used forged government documents and fake identification in order to get elected as commander-in-chief. Edward Noonan, et al., contend that if Obama had been ineligible to run in 2008, other Democratic candidates should have replaced him on the presidential ballot. Additionally, electoral votes from states such as California that went towards Obama should have been deemed null and void.
The Supreme Court‘s website shows that docket file no. 12A606 was originally denied by Justice Anthony Kennedy, a Reagan appointee, on Dec. 13. On Jan. 9, Chief Justice Roberts sent Dr. Taitz’s application to the full court for a review scheduled for Mar. 6.
Obama spent $2 million In tax dollars for legal fees trying on to get away from this issue, and if it weren’t an issue, why wouldn’t he just solve it.
Wednesday, March 6, 2013
Isn't it time you got to see it all?
Every dime of United States Government spending from 2000-2011...
ON THURSDAY, IT'S TIME!
Open The Books- United States Government Checkbook
To search government spending, citizens should be able to "google it". If government taxes it and spends it, then we should get to see it- online.
Last week in Washington DC, I met with 15 of the top think tanks, action tanks and public policy groups. For the trillions spent by government, the hundreds of millions by think tanks and campaigns, no-one thought to give the people line-by-line access to the federal checkbook.
But, we did! And, some very smart people loved it...
Tomorrow, we go "beyond google government." It's a game changer!
For the first time in history, we don't have to vent blindly into the darkness. All of us will have specific, detailed information on exactly where our federal tax dollars are spent: contracts, loans, direct payments, insurance payments, and grants. Plus, four years of all farm subsidies and five year salary histories of most federal employees.
We worked around the clock for nine months on this project. And, completed it just in time...
Touch fast and "hyper-localizing" all disclosed federal spending, you can see "every dime" spent in your backyard, your zip code, by vendor or any locale across the country.
The most common response, "I'm in the wrong business."
As our nation grapples with budget, spending and the concept of "sequester", our technology "localizes" all spending... and it's completely mindboggling.< /div>
Stay tuned for Thursday, or get an advance look here.
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