Inhofe: It’s Not Worth Suing Obama for His Birth Certificate Because It Would Take Ten Years to Get a Decision
Thursday, September 10, 2009 at 5:08 pm
This morning, at the “Freedom Summit” that kicked off three days of small government Tea Party protests, I broke from a conversation I’d been having with some attendees when one of them approached Sen. James Inhofe (R-Okla.) and asked about the feasibility of suing the government over unconstitutional legislation. Inhofe, seemingly out of nowhere, brought up the example of President Obama’s citizenship.
Transcript and video below the fold.
You, as a citizen, can say “this is unconstitutional.” File the lawsuit, go through the whole thing. Now, on the whole idea of the birth certificate for Obama, for example. You can do that. By the time you got a decision, it’d be ten years from now. And then the damage is already done.
Here’s the video, with the comments beginning at 0:36. Apologies for some bursts of bad audio from the extremely echo-prone location.
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