Obama WINS! Futile lawsuits are reasonably sure to follow, given these are Birthers we’re talking about, and the Birther movement is oddly flush with money this re-election year. (If you know where the bucks are coming from, please register at The Fogbow and tell us what you know.) But they will be a gaggle of Republicans, including a GOP county chair, suing the Georgia Secretary of State, a Republican, who will be defended by the State Attorney General, a Republican. Good luck, suckers. Obama’s outta here.
Today, Georgia Secretary of State Brian P. Kemp Adopted the Recommendation on February 3, by Administrative Law Judge Michael Malihi, of the Office of State Administrative Hearings, that Barack Obama, a citizen at birth, is a natural born citizen and eligible as a presidential candidate in the primary election.
Atlanta – Georgia Secretary of State Brian Kemp today issued his final decision on challenges contending that President Barack Obama does not meet the State of Georgia’s eligibility requirements for his name to be listed on the 2012 Presidential Preference Primary ballot.
Secretary Kemp stated, “After careful consideration of Administrative Law Judge Michael Malihi’s initial decision and all record evidence based on the criteria set forth in this process, I find that the Respondent, President Barack Obama, meets the State of Georgia’s eligibility requirements. President Barack Obama’s name shall remain on the Democratic Party’s 2012 Presidential Preference Primary ballot.”
In other words, screw the Birthers, yeah. And congrats to Mike Jablonski for the empty chair.
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