Oh, too bad. They forgot to name the Georgia Secretary of State as Defendant or serve the State Attorney-General. They also ask for a Stay. Nice, that should keep President Obama where he is now, on the Georgia primary ballot. Hugs, Birthers, we couldn’t do it without you.
From Jack Ryan Scribd:
2012-02-14 – WELDEN – Motion for Emergency Stay and Preliminary Injunction
2012-02-14 – WELDEN – Petition for Appeal of SOS Decision
2012-02-14 – WELDEN – Van Irion Motion for Pro Hac Vice Admission
Attorney Irion has also filed with the Office of State Administrative Hearings a Motion for Finding of Contempt against President Obama for the Empty Chair that beat the poor, pitiful Birfers to a pulp on January 26.
$25,000 In The Next 96 hours, Birthers
Who’s Who In Birther Super PAC
Farrar v. Obama, etc.: Final Decision–DENIED
Indiana Ballot Challenge, From Georgia With Love
Tisdale v. Obama: VA Ballot Challenge–DISMISSED
Criminal Investigations For All!
Georgia Ballot Challenge Ruling
Who Is Residing In The White House?
Boots On The Ground In Georgia
Orly Taitz, Ass Backwards As Always
Georgia Ballot Challenge Official Transcripts
Car Wreck In Atlanta
God Love Those Peaches
Has Orly Taitz Committed Perjury?
Farrar v. Obama: Motion for Letters Rogatory–DENIED
Editorial: ‘Birther’ nonsense makes state look idiotic — again
Atlanta GA: Fogbow Court Observers’ Report
Georgia Dems: Bases Covered
Fogbowers Make The News In Atlanta
Findings by Sterngard Friegen
Birther Hearing Today
An Eloquent Plea Out Of Georgia
Judging The Judge In Georgia
‘Birther’ lawyer doesn’t expect to see Obama
While The President Is Across The Country On Thursday
False Dawn, Birthers
Farrar v. Obama: Subpoena-Palooza
Farrar v. Obama: Motion To Quash Subpoenas
Hawaii Subpoena Hearing Video
Poor, Poor Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq.
Whatsyourname, You’ve Been Served
Taitz v. Fuddy: Reconsideration–DENIED
Taitz v. Fuddy Video–This Hearing Was A Lulu
Riding The Taitz Train To Failure
Ankeny v. Gov. of Indiana Appeal Transfer: DENIED
Ankeny v. Gov State of Indiana Rehearing DENIED
In Little-Known Indiana Birther Case, A Big Decision