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Important, please have tea party people in the courtroom on November 16, 1pm, Jackson MS USDC, Judge Wingate

Posted on | November 8, 2012 | 12 Comments

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12 Responses to “Important, please have tea party people in the courtroom on November 16, 1pm, Jackson MS USDC, Judge Wingate”

  1. Joe Batters
    November 8th, 2012 @ 7:21 am

    Why?

  2. speedy
    November 8th, 2012 @ 10:42 am

    I am scared to death of obamacare being implemented. I can’t understand how any sane American person can want such an evil bill imposed on them. It is a bill that allows the criminal in thief help himself to our savings accounts. I wish that congress would protect us from that mad man, because apparently, the electorate was too foolish to protect the people from that train wreck because they think they get free health care and free contraception. What a poor reason to vote back in that mad man usurper. It totally depresses me.

  3. Sam the Man
    November 8th, 2012 @ 11:09 am

    I have written to Donald Trump, at 725 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10022.

    I have told him to give YOU the $5 million that he pretended to offer Barack Obama. He knew Obama would NEVER accept his offer. His ‘challenge’ was phony.

    I have told Trump to send you the $5 million at

    Defend Our Freedoms Foundation, c/o Dr. Orly Taitz
    29839 Santa Margarita Pkwy, Ste 100
    Rancho Santa Margarita, CA 92688

    We should ALL write to Trump, and demand that he pay YOU for doing what he should have done.

    I consider it back pay. If Trump is an honorable man, he will send you the $5 million. If he is not…

    I’ll let you know when I get a reply.

  4. Dr. Conspiracy
    November 8th, 2012 @ 12:08 pm

    Why is this important?

    It won’t make any difference to the judge, who won’t know who those people are, nor would it make any difference if he did.

    It can’t improve your chances of success, so why is it important except to stroke your ego?

    And why have you felt the need to censor most of my comments?

  5. Mark
    November 8th, 2012 @ 12:50 pm

    Tea Party People are not a good idea because they are falling out of favor with the general population and as we know, Obama is hugely supported by those who hate tea party crowd. It may very well lead to a negative outcome in the court room. I think it’s best to have those who are more or less politically neutral but want Obama to show his destroyed documents because they want proof he is eligible to be elected to any office. So far he can’t show that.

  6. The Right Thing
    November 8th, 2012 @ 1:22 pm

    Attention Te Party People,

    All it’s going to take is one Honest Court Ruling to turn this whole “OBAMAGATE MESS” around, so please all you Tea Party People in the Jackson, Mississippi area, show up in the Courtroom to give your own personal input, and support Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq.

    Just one good solid Court Ruling will turn everything around in the RIGHT DIRECTION, to return America to it’s former Greatness.

    The more of you Tea Party People that can show up in the Courtroom on November 16th, in Jackson, Mississippi the better.

  7. The Right Thing
    November 8th, 2012 @ 1:26 pm

    Attention “TEA PARTY PEOPLE”,

    All it’s going to take is one Honest Court Ruling to turn this whole “OBAMAGATE MESS” around, so please all you “TEA PARTY PEOPLE” in the Jackson, Mississippi area, show up in the Courtroom to give your own personal input, and support Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq.

    Just one good solid Court Ruling will turn everything around in the RIGHT DIRECTION, to return America to it’s former Greatness.

    The more of you “TEA PARTY PEOPLE” that can show up in the Courtroom on November 16th, in Jackson, Mississippi the better.

  8. Elizabeth
    November 8th, 2012 @ 5:46 pm

    Speedy… if all of us reject Obamacare as being Unconstitutional, which it is,
    what recourse would they have?

    Close down your savings account.. keep your checking account as low as you can, to pay bills, and when they try to tax you, there will be no money for them to steal.

    This whole rotten game of theirs would fail if we all, or most of Americans, reject,deny, and write letters to whoever is attempting this criminal action, that they will not extort our money.

    I don’t know if they can garnish wages.. that is something to look into. That is the only way that I can see where they can steal from us, and for what purpose? To help ease the trillion dollar debt? It figures.

    I, too, am very angry and hope that Americans who have any common sense at all, will fight this thievery. It is absolutely not legal, and it doesn’t matter if Congress approved it.

    I have saved an article from about 3 years ago in which the author lays out all the reasons why this is not legal. I will try to print it on this web site if it is allowed.

  9. Elizabeth
    November 8th, 2012 @ 5:48 pm

    MJ Martin (2 Jan 2010)
    “Why the Health-Care Bills Are Unconstitutional”

    Why the Health-Care Bills Are Unconstitutional

    If the government can mandate the purchase of insurance, it can do anything.

    ORRIN G. HATCH, J. KENNETH BLACKWELL AND KENNETH A. KLUKOWSKI

    President Obama’s health-care bill is now moving toward final passage. The policy issues may be coming to an end, but the legal issues are certain to continue because key provisions of this dangerous legislation are unconstitutional. Legally speaking, this legislation creates a target-rich environment. We will focus on three of its more glaring constitutional defects.

    First, the Constitution does not give Congress the power to require that Americans purchase health insurance. Congress must be able to point to at least one of its powers listed in the Constitution as the basis of any legislation it passes. None of those powers justifies the individual insurance mandate. Congress’s powers to tax and spend do not apply because the mandate neither taxes nor spends. The only other option is Congress’s power to regulate interstate commerce.

    Congress has many times stretched this power to the breaking point, exceeding even the expanded version of the commerce power established by the Supreme Court since the Great Depression. It is one thing, however, for Congress to regulate economic activity in which individuals choose to engage; it is another to require that individuals engage in such activity. That is not a difference in degree, but instead a difference in kind. It is a line that Congress has never crossed and the courts have never sanctioned.

    In fact, the Supreme Court in United States v. Lopez (1995) rejected a version of the commerce power so expansive that it would leave virtually no activities by individuals that Congress could not regulate. By requiring Americans to use their own money to purchase a particular good or service, Congress would be doing exactly what the court said it could not do.

    Some have argued that Congress may pass any legislation that it believes will serve the “general welfare.” Those words appear in Article I of the Constitution, but they do not create a free-floating power for Congress simply to go forth and legislate well. Rather, the general welfare clause identifies the purpose for which Congress may spend money. The individual mandate tells Americans how they must spend the money Congress has not taken from them and has nothing to do with congressional spending.

    A second constitutional defect of the Reid bill passed in the Senate involves the deals he cut to secure the votes of individual senators. Some of those deals do involve spending programs because they waive certain states’ obligation to contribute to the Medicaid program. This selective spending targeted at certain states runs afoul of the general welfare clause. The welfare it serves is instead very specific and has been dubbed “cash for cloture” because it secured the 60 votes the majority needed to end debate and pass this legislation.

    A third constitutional defect in this ObamaCare legislation is its command that states establish such things as benefit exchanges, which will require state legislation and regulations. This is not a condition for receiving federal funds, which would still leave some kind of choice to the states. No, this legislation requires states to establish these exchanges or says that the Secretary of Health and Human Services will step in and do it for them. It renders states little more than subdivisions of the federal government.

    This violates the letter, the spirit, and the interpretation of our federal-state form of government. Some may have come to consider federalism an archaic annoyance, perhaps an amusing topic for law-school seminars but certainly not a substantive rule for structuring government. But in New York v. United States (1992) and Printz v. United States (1997), the Supreme Court struck down two laws on the grounds that the Constitution forbids the federal government from commandeering any branch of state government to administer a federal program. That is, by drafting and by deliberate design, exactly what this legislation would do.

    The federal government may exercise only the powers granted to it or denied to the states. The states may do everything else. This is why, for example, states may have authority to require individuals to purchase health insurance but the federal government does not. It is also the reason states may require that individuals purchase car insurance before choosing to drive a car, but the federal government may not require all individuals to purchase health insurance.

    This hardly exhausts the list of constitutional problems with this legislation, which would take the federal government into uncharted political and legal territory. Analysts, scholars and litigators are just beginning to examine the issues we have raised and other issues that may well lead to future litigation.

    America’s founders intended the federal government to have limited powers and that the states have an independent sovereign place in our system of government. The Obama/Reid/Pelosi legislation to take control of the American health-care system is the most sweeping and intrusive federal program ever devised. If the federal government can do this, then it can do anything, and the limits on government power that our liberty requires will be more myth than reality.

  10. Jeff
    November 8th, 2012 @ 6:56 pm

    Show up for what, a farewell party? This country has passed the point of no return. Orly and a handful of patriots tried to save it, but we simply weren’t strong enough do so.

  11. Ed O,
    November 8th, 2012 @ 9:30 pm

    Jeff, I know how you feel but don’t give up. There “ain’t” going to be a farewell party. Nixon had to resign six months after he was re-elected president. There’s still hope! The GOP taught rather than going after Obama they were sure he would loose being re-elected. That didn’t happen.
    It backfired. Now they might be in a position to listen to what Orly’s been saying. Who Knows?

  12. Mission Impossible
    November 11th, 2012 @ 3:50 am

    @Dr Conspiracy: Our Good Dr Orly needs supporters there, to give her SUPPORT! It has nothing to do with ego…but even if this is part of it, put yourself in her place. With having to go to all these locations, without body guards and having to put up with all sorts of riff-raff, what would you want to see in the courtroom, Obots from wall to wall?

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