by Cody Robert Judy, ©2015, blogging at CodyJudy

(Jun. 3, 2015) — Today the United States Supreme Court announced that the Case Judy v. Obama 14-9396 dealing with Obama’s Ineligibility would indeed go to Conference June 18th, 2015!

“Probably the most important thing for people to know”, ’08, ’12 Cody Robert Judy – Candidate for U.S. President 2016 said, “is that there is no reason to panic or not to continue your daily routines while the Government sorts this out because it is primarily just that, a sorting out the Government will address. So there’s no reason that we all can’t still have some fun while this is going on. I went swimming the other day for the first time this summer and went to the new movie San Andreas which was Earth Shattering to say the least. So, work hard, go to the movie, go shopping, relax and watch an amazing process unfold that was figured out at the founding of our Nation by those who hoped our generation would remain free; the liberty of her Citizens preserved, protected, and defended by our United States Constitution.”

Of course the anticipation for this Case has been rising ever since it first hit the U.S. Supreme Court docket Report! Americans are definitely in tune, and tuning in more and more on this from many different angles and perspectives. Key among those for Republicans is indeed whether three declared Presidential Candidates, U.S. Sen. Marco Rubio, U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz, and Florida Gov. Bobby Jindal, will be forced to retire their campaigns for President, because they are indeed not eligible for the Office of the President failing the ‘natural born Citizen‘ test of “Born in the U.S. to Citizen Parents“; again quite different than the qualifications in the Constitution set for U.S. Representatives and U.S. Senators which is “Citizen.

This definition and differences of the Qualifications of those Offices has never reached the United States Supreme Court with two Presidential Candidates: one at odds with the qualification of the other, in our entire American History. This is presented as one of the KEY questions in this particular case before the Justices of the Court.

The date first anticipated for this Conference was indeed June 4th, 2015, but the CertPool.com Cert Pool site for the Tenth Circuit Cases in the U.S. Supreme Court was so overwhelmed with inquiries after our post it’s been shut down with technical problems ever since, so we cannot give you any more information off of that at this time.

To explain a little about what will happen now that the United States Supreme Court has docketed this case for certain Conference the 3rd Thursday of June, 2015. All that is needed in the Rule of Four test for Writs of Certiorari is that four of the Justices must desire to hear further argument of the case. The importance of that should be understood, as you do not need a majority of the Court of nine, but a minority of four suffices. We do anticipate this to quite easily be the case, especially given the new relativity and neutrality given the Court because plainly it is not partisan, but affects both sides of the aisle in the major political arena with Republicans and Democrats.Of course they do not make up the entirety of America. In fact recent polls released indicate a greater and greater number of Americans are entering the voting fields for elections as Independents, many because of the desertion and estrangement they feel towards the major parties abandonment of the principles characterized in the United States Constitution. In a recent Gallup Poll conducted January 2015 in fact Independents outnumbered both Republicans and Democrats in percentages: Republicans- 26% Democrats 30% and Independents 43%. This is just one of the many reasons Cody Robert Judy explained to the Court that deference to Republicans and Democrats should not be given in the representation of JUSTICE for America, especially in the Political Arena.Read the rest here.

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