“A Georgia court has unsurprisingly dismissed a legal challenge to Barack Obama’s name being on the state’s 2012 presidential ballot, but it is the actions the court took in reaching that conclusion that has left a legal foundation working with one of the plaintiffs wondering in astonishment.
‘Our system of government is based upon an assumption that the people placed in high office are honorable. This is an absolute requirement for the survival of our nation. The Founding Fathers understood that when dishonorable people begin to take high office, the system of government they set into motion would begin to fail. Unfortunately America’s judicial system is proving this principle.’
The statement comes from Liberty Legal Foundation’s analysis of the case that was dismissed by the Georgia Superior Court.
The organization confirmed the decision now will be elevated to the Georgia Supreme Court.
A commentary at The Western Center for Journalism explained, ‘The Georgia Superior Court clerk’s office did everything in its power to thwart the very filing of a legal appeal in Weldon v. Obama, the case in which Judge Michael Malihi ruled that Barack Hussein Obama was born in Hawaii and therefore eligible for the Georgia ballot….”