... The "lawsuit" Is Designed To Lose The CaseSubmitted by Spirit of '76 on Fri, 06/15/2012 - 20:41
Has anyone actually READ the lawsuit?
Besides the spelling errors it is a cacophonous litany of every objection to the RNC and the Tampa convention we've seen on DP (some legitimate) strung together in an incoherent fashion that can only be described as an argument DESIGNED TO LOSE THE CASE.
This is unbelievable. It's so obvious to anyone with one operating brain cell. If anyone has any sense they'd withdraw and close this case IMMEDIATELY.
Example: Many of the plaintiffs were STATE delegates to their state conventions and are NOT national delegates, but the opening states:
"Plaintiffs come to Federal Court to seek the guidance of the Court regarding the Federal Question as to whether Plaintiffs are free to vote their conscience on the first and all ballots at the Federal Election known as the Republican National Convention."
Well isn't that interesting when the named plaintiffs are not parties to this statement.
Another Example: The named defendants are the chairmen of the state parties under the jurisdiction of the court, yet pages 15, 16 and 17 are all about the RNC Tampa convention.
There are so many holes in this suit, it's DOA.
READ IT YOURSELF!
According to an attorney (who posted a reply below)... if plaintiffs lose this case THEY WILL BE LIABLE FOR DEFENDANTS' COURT COSTS (at best) AND LEGAL FEES (in the worst case).
Were the plaintiffs apprised of this fact?
This post has now had over 300 votes up and down which have now evened out at about zero. It amazes me that people who claim to be for the truth downvote something that asks people to READ THE CASE FOR THEMSELVES and provides a direct link to the actual filed case on the website of the PROPONENTS AND PLAINTIFFS of the case.
That alone says to me something fishy is going on here.