Originally Posted by CampingJosh
When it is determined that there is no standing for a case, it's usually a pretty quick dismissal. I mean, a lot of cases challenging Obama's eligibility in the first place got filed and dismissed in less than a month back in '08.
A quick dismissal would be good. I hope that the judges would be just as eager to rule against the Obama administration, as they were to rule in Obama's favor in 2008.
I noticed that Marlin T's article reiterated the value of the original "long form" birth certificate. Yes, I imagine that it might inconvenience the candidates, it might deplete a microscopic fraction of their campaign budgets, but I still don't see how it would be an insurmountable problem.
People being considered for high-level security clearances face hours of paperwork, polygraph exams, fingerprints & records checks, investigators will be sent to interview their former neighbors, etc..... a person being considered for the highest office in the land should be subject to no less scrutiny.