ὤTṻnde΄ӂ 2012/02/14 00:00:02

The Constitution will continue to win.
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  • unclepat 2012/02/14 10:17:49
    Entering the ninth inning, the Constitution is pretty much pitching a no-hitter. Then again, I expected no less when the constitution is facing the political equivalent of the freakin' Bad News Bears! lol
  • rustyshackelford 2012/02/14 04:38:51
  • ὤTṻnde΄ӂ rustysh... 2012/02/14 17:11:59
    If he shouldn't be allowed, then you definitely shouldn't be allowed. He was born here, what's your excuse?
  • rustysh... ὤTṻnde΄ӂ 2012/02/16 19:39:28
  • chgo 2012/02/14 02:16:01
    Theses birther dunces live in their own little bubbles and make up their own facts. And their "facts" consists of 100% emotional, fear-based appeals without a rational basis or reality.
  • Alvin 2012/02/14 01:18:26
    They will keep on arguing about it and bringing up frivolous lawsuits well after the end of his second term.
  • reasontolive 2012/02/14 00:57:39
  • ὤTṻnde΄ӂ reasont... 2012/02/14 01:13:50 (edited)
    You're right. I went back to the site and it was from 2009. There are a hell of a lot more cases since then. My bad.
    You gave a link to the same chart I linked to.
  • Z 2012/02/14 00:30:36
    Why are there still this many pending? I get Texas, but why is Maryland not already dealt with?
  • ὤTṻnde΄ӂ Z 2012/02/14 00:36:30
    None on this list are pending (or you're talking about administrative judges in which Georgia was one of them and that was dismissed.) I know articles keep listing Arizona as a state with an eligibility challenge but the senate vetoed it. It was vetoed like 5 other immigration bills were defeated.
  • Z ὤTṻnde΄ӂ 2012/02/14 00:38:15
    The link he posted showed that there were atleast 5 cases still pending.
  • ὤTṻnde΄ӂ Z 2012/02/14 00:43:33
    Read the notes below each page.
  • ὤTṻnde΄ӂ Z 2012/02/14 00:56:41
    Okay, I went back again. The post about 0 - 54 was from 2009, now I have to go find an update because there are clearly more lawsuits. This is where I got the info: http://fwd4.me/0tlO
  • ὤTṻnde΄ӂ Z 2012/02/14 00:43:05
    It is explained right below it.
  • Z ὤTṻnde΄ӂ 2012/02/14 00:46:45
    Ah, I see now. It loaded wrong the first time, and was to small to see those.
  • keymanjim 2012/02/14 00:07:46
    For the Constitution to win the 'birthers' must win.
    Until then, we all lose.
  • ὤTṻnde΄ӂ keymanjim 2012/02/14 00:22:31
  • unclepat keymanjim 2012/02/14 10:20:11
    Lemme guess? You must be for leagalizing marijuana with that logic, huh? lol
  • Zuggi 2012/02/14 00:05:05
    I thought the Constitution was up to 90 by now.
  • ὤTṻnde΄ӂ Zuggi 2012/02/14 00:50:55 (edited)
    You know what, I think you're right.
    Trial / Original Court total cases 99, birthers win 0, 8 pending
    Appeals Court 54, birthers 0, Constitution 53
    Total Supreme Court Rulings 16, birthers 0, pending 0
    This is the website I got all of this from http://fwd4.me/0tlO

    I just looked, this post was made in '09. I'm looking for more info.
  • NPC 2012/02/14 00:04:50
    The Democrats 10 States, The TEA party, Independents, Republicans 40 States

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