For  Emergency Rehearing In Florida Electoral Challenge
Plaintiff’s Reply In Support Of Expedited Motion For Rehearing

Plaintiff Michael Voeltz, by and through his undersigned counsel, hereby files his Reply in Support of Expedited Motion for Rehearing on an emergency basis, as time is extremely short before the electoral college votes on January 6, 2013.

First, Defendant Obama’s “argument” that Plaintiff did not request a hearing is absurd and frivolous. Indeed, in Plaintiff’s Emergency Response to the Court’s Order of December 13, 2012 it states plainly that he did request a hearing and once Plaintiff filed the Motion for Temporary Injunction, an evidentiary one as well. However, the court’s hastily crafted precipitous Order Dismissing Complaint was an obvious attempt to extinguish Plaintiff’s right to any hearing, evidentiary or otherwise.

Second, contrary to the potentially politically motivated decisions of three judges of this Court, Section 102.168, Florida Statutes, plainly provides that Plaintiff does have a right to contest eligibility and candidate fraud in this Court.

Third, the role of the Electoral College is not in lieu of Florida law but complimentary to Florida law. It is axiomatic and constitutionally sacrosanct that states have rights; this should come as no surprise to anyone who has read the Florida and U.S. Constitutions, in particular in the 10th Amendment. The state obviously has a right and a duty to police candidacy fraud and ineligibility before its voters are lead down the primrose path to voter nullification by dishonest candidates for either state or federal office. In this case, involving defendant Barack H. Obama, federal law does not take precedence over clear cut unambiguous, and black letter Florida statutory law for the following reasons: […] – Hat tip George Miller @ OBC2012.


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