Petition the Supreme Court

by LukeAmerica2020
Several legal challenges have been filed in federal and state courts demanding President-elect Barack Obama’s decertification from ballots or seeking to halt elector meetings, claiming he has failed to prove his U.S. citizenship status. The Electoral College meets on December 15 to select the President and Vice-President.

Most of these cases have been dismissed due to the plaintiff’s lack of standing (ordinary citizens apparently can not request that a presidential candidate prove his/her eligibility). However, on Friday (2008-12-05) the U.S. Supreme Court will officially have a preliminary hearing to discuss the case.

WorldNetDaily will generously help you FedEx a pre-written letter with your name and address TO ALL NINE Supreme Court justices. You must call 1-800-4WND-COM by NOON EST on Thursday December 4, 2008 or use their convenient web order form.

WND will make certain that EACH justice knows that you are challenging the eligibility of Barack Obama under Article 2, Section 1 of the Constitution, which stipulates the position can only be filled by “a natural born citizen.”

The Supreme Court justices do not accept faxes, e-mails or telephone calls. This is the only way to make your voice heard in time for Friday’s preliminary hearing.

The cost for them to FedEx your letters is $9.95. (It would cost you more than 10 times that amount to FexEx each justice individually at overnight delivery rates!)

All letters are delivered by Friday morning to the Supreme Court.

Please HURRY. Make this your number one priority! Call 1-800-4WND-COM or use their convenient web order form.

Related References …

    WorldNetDaily: Order Form

    WorldNetDaily: FedEx the Supremes

    WorldNetDaily: Electoral College Petition (144,000+ signed so far)

    EarthFrisk: Hospitals in Hawaii to Obama – You Were Not Born Here

    LukeAmerica2020 Category: Obama Birth Certificate



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