I keep saying this question isn’t going to go away before the SCOTUS rules on it. Now a retired major general has joined they fray:
On the heels of two active duty members of the U.S. military serving in Iraq calling for President Obama to prove his eligibility to be president, a retired major general has agreed to join the case, saying he just wants “the truth.”
WND reported earlier when 1st Lt. Scott Easterling confirmed to California attorney Orly Taitz that he wanted to be a plaintiff in the legal action she is preparing on behalf of members of the U.S. military, both active and retired. A second soldier who asked that his name be withheld for now became part of the action just a day later.
Now retired Maj. Gen. Carroll D. Childers has submitted a statement to Taitz and her DefendOurFreedoms.us website, agreeing to be a plaintiff in her pending action.
If “the truth” were palatable, Sir, he would have cleared this up months ago. More lawsuits like this one are being filed all the time. Sooner or later the SCOTUS isn’t going to be able to duck them all. ◄Dave►