Posted on December 18th, 2008 by Jim Delaney
"The 20th Amendment provides guidance as to how to proceed if a President-elect (which, despite his impressive podium seal, Obama is not until 1/9/09) is rendered unqualified.
As indicated previously, a President-elect’s eligibility can be properly challenged during “the time prior to inauguration” (1/20/09)–but, of course, in a free society such as ours legal challenges to his qualifications are allowed so long as the issue remains unresolved. And in the works are scores of suits with that challenge in mind.
Per 12th Amendment and 3 USC 15, the objection of one Senator and one Representative is all that is required to prevent Congressional Certification. So, if safeguarding the Constitution is important to us–and I know it is–we need to start contacting our Senators and Congressmen NOW–before 1/9/09–and urge them to raise their constitutional objections to Obama;’s eligibility before Inauguration Day."