Alan Keyes wrote an article:
The Keyes v. Obama lawsuit is based on a presidential order that:
1. Only applies to new hires after mid April 2009
2. Only applies to contractors and civil service employees
3. And explicitly excludes its use as a cause of action (lawsuit).
Surely you know that the lawsuit doesn’t have any chance of prevailing whatever.
Convince me that the lawsuit is not harassment or part of a smear campaign. And if it is, is not some kind of sanction warranted?
Note: I made a mistake here. The Keyes web site thread I was posting to was about Keyes v. Bowen, not Keyes v. Obama. So he brushed it aside. The man is very adept at sidestepping issues.
I posted this second comment later:
You said: “Though not unexpected, this motion confirms Obama’s ruthless determination to destroy anyone who continues to seek the information the Constitution requires.”
I would think you would read the motions filed in your own lawsuit instead of reading WorldNetDaily’s tabloid-style headlines. The motion filed does NOT request damages. The threat is there in the declaration, but not in the motion.
I posted a couple more. We’ll see what he says.
“So if unjust judges will slam the door against efforts to obtain justice, we should cease them or suffer penalties? I’m glad the attorneys fighting Jim Crow segregation didn’t follow that servile logic.”
Playing the race card?
The martyrs of the Civil Rights movement faced fire hoses, dogs and even death. You have a lot of nerve equating their suffering with your whining over somebody making you pay court costs.
The Civil Rights movement was a real cause of action. Your lawsuit is a poorly written political smear cobbled together from rumors and misstatements of law, only good enough to fool some bloggers, but not a judge, and so your subpoenas will be quashed, and your case will be dismissed like all the others your lawyers copied.