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January 26, 2012

Fellowship of the Minds

If everything goes according to plan, tomorrow will be a historic day.

Tomorrow, January 26, 2012, an administrative law judge in Atlanta will conduct a hearing into whether a sitting President of the United States of America who’s seeking reelection should be allowed to have his name on the election ballot of the state of Georgia this November.

At the beginning of January, Deputy Chief Judge Michael Malihi of the Administrative Court in Georgia, ruled that Obama’s motion to dismiss four eligibility lawsuits is denied. (See my post on this, here.) The judge also denied a motion filed by Obama’s attorney, Michael Jablonski, for Obama to not appear at the first hearing scheduled for tomorrow.

Today, mere hours before tomorrow’s hearing scheduled to start at 9 a.m., Jablonski tried a desperate ploy to avoid the hearing. He sent a letter to Georgia’s Secretary of State Brain Kemp

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