Supreme Court Of The United States (SCOTUS) Justice David Souter has agreed that
a review of the federal lawsuit filed by attorney Phil Berg against Barack
Hussein Obama II, et al., which was subsequently dismissed for lack of standing
is warranted. SCOTUS Docket No. 08-570 contains the details.
A review of that docket and the Rule 10 of the Supreme Court makes abundantly
clear that Justice Souter's granting of a review on the Writ of Certiorari is
not a right entitled to citizen Phil Berg, but rather is a matter of judcial
discretion based upon a compelling reason. That compelling reason is the
Constitutional requirement that "No person except a natural born citizen ...
shall be eligible to the office of President..."
What this means is that on or before 1 DECEMBER 2008 Barack Hussein Obama II
must respond to the writ of certiorari, and since the Berg v Obama case hinged
primarily on the question of Obama's place of birth, it is almost inconceivable
that Barack Obama will thumb his nose at the Justices of the Supreme Court and
he is absolutely compelled to provide a vault copy his original birth
Another very salient fact to consider at this time is that, despite all of the
pronouncements of the print and broadcast media, Barack Obama is not yet the
President-elect of the United States. Barack Obama can only become the
President-elect after the Electoral College convenes on 15 DECEMBER 2008 in
their respective state capitals around the nation and casts their votes to elect
the President and the Vice President. As you can see this election day occurs
two weeks after the required response to the Supreme Court granted Writ of
The bottom line is this: the presidential election of 2008 remains an ongoing
process, the outcome of which remains undetermined, and all talk about a
potential Constitutional crisis in the United States are at least 36 days
The inevitable constitutional crisis regarding President-elect Obama, of course,
revolves around his inability (or unwillingness) to produce an authentic
Hawaiian birth certificate with the raised certificate stamp that the Federal
Elections Commission can independently verify.
Here are some of the unanswered issues hanging over the head of President-elect
Barack Obama and the question of his American citizenship:
· The allegation that Obama was born in Kenya to parents unable to
automatically grant him American citizenship;
· The allegation that Obama was made a citizen of Indonesia as a child and that
he retained foreign citizenship into adulthood without recording an oath of
allegiance to regain any theoretical American citizenship;
· The allegation that Obama's birth certificate was a forgery and that he may
not be an eligible, natural-born citizen;
· The allegation that Obama was not born an American citizen; lost any
hypothetical American citizenship he had as a child; that Obama may not now be
an American citizen and even if he is, may hold dual citizenships with other
countries. If any, much less all, of these allegations are true, the suit
claims, Obama cannot constitutionally serve as president.
· The allegations that "Obama's grandmother on his father's side, half brother
and half sister claim Obama was born in Kenya," the suit states." Reports
reflect Obama's mother went to Kenya during her pregnancy; however, she was
prevented from boarding a flight from Kenya to Hawaii at her late stage of
pregnancy, which apparently was a normal restriction to avoid births during a
flight. Stanley Ann Dunham (Obama) gave birth to Obama in Kenya, after which she
flew to Hawaii and registered Obama's birth."
· The claim could not be verified by inquiries to Hawaiian hospitals, since
state law bars the hospitals from releasing medical records to the public;
Even if Obama produced authenticated proof of his birth in Hawaii, however, the
suit claims that the U.S. Nationality Act of 1940 provided that minors lose
their American citizenship when their parents expatriate. Since Obama's mother
married an Indonesian citizen and moved to Indonesia, the suit claims, she
forfeited both her and Barack's American citizenship.