*shareholders And Investors* Of United States Inc. To Sue Chief Executive Officer (Obama) For Lack Of Eligibility:Submitted by The South on Mon, 07/02/2012 - 17:08
I've been screaming this for months on end, and it keeps getting moved to "Off Topic".
Obama is the CEO of the corporation known as the UNITED STATES, he's NOT the President of the united States of America. We are not running under constitutional law, we are running off of corporate law.
This is the only way in my opinion that anyone is ever going to be successful at achieving "standing" when bringing a lawsuit against Obama for his lack of eligibility:
If you are an employee of the Federal Government aka foreign corporation known as the UNITED STATES, and you are getting a bi-weekly paycheck from that corporation, you do not have standing to sue. This means military, police, elected officials and office holders, etc.
If you are NOT a government employee, as in you work at McDonald's or Best Buy, but the Federal Gov't aka foreign corporation known as the UNITED STATES is taking money out of your check every week (taxes), then you are an shareholder/investor/beneficiary of the foreign corporation known as the UNITED STATES.
As an employee, you have no standing to sue your boss (Obama the CEO)
As an investor/shareholder/beneficiary of the public trust/corporation, you have standing to sue. You are paying taxes (investing) in the corporation. You get no other benefits; you don't get a weekly check from them, you're just "donating" by way of a 1040 tax form, which is a gifting tax form, to the corporation. You vote, you invest, you're a shareholder/investor/beneficiary.
If you hire an attorney to represent you in court, you will not have standing because you are considered an incompetent Ward of the State; an imbecile as I've stated here:
As an individual or collectively as a group of shareholders/investors/beneficiaries of the corporation, you have standing. Your "Certificate of Live Birth" and your 1040 Tax Returns (investments) are your standing.
Look at this Google search page:
If you are investing (paying taxes) in the foreign corporation known as the UNITED STATES, and you are voting in public servants aka public trustees to occupy certain offices of that corporation, then you have STANDING to sue if there is a breach of trust.
How can you have standing if you're getting a government check bi-weekly?
How can you have standing if you're hiring an Attorney to represent you, when doing so makes you an incompetent idiot; imbecile; Ward of the State who has no business Administrating anything in the eyes of the court?
But if you're not a government aka UNITED STATES employee, and are not getting a bi-weekly check from them, but you ARE investing in that corporation (paying taxes) every week out of your paycheck, then wouldn't you agree, as investors/shareholder/beneficiaries, you have standing?
My personal opinion, take it as you will.
A group of Best Buy employees or car wash owners who are investing (paying taxes) in the corporation known as the UNITED STATES have more standing than anyone; you're an investor/shareholder of your own free will; you send in a 1040 gifting tax form every April 15th to prove you are an investor don't you?
If you're not a taxpayer (investor) you do not have standing either.
How many times do people have to get hit in the head with the "You don't have standing hammer" before they wake the H3LL UP?