How does one serve a complaint on the President of the United States in his personal capacity? Christopher-Earl : Strunk thinks he knows, and he shares his process server adventure in a 7-page affidavit filed in the case of Taitz v. Mississippi Democrat Party.
This isn’t new, dating back to October 4, but it is entertaining reading, sort of a Chicago travelogue of places Barack Obama wasn’t at the time. Oh, and something is gonna go in somebody’s “permanent record.”
Even though Barack Obama appeared in the Mississippi case, he has not conceded that he was properly served by Mr. Strunk.