TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – Just make sure Barack Obama meets the requirements of the Constitution to be president.
That’s essentially what a lawsuit pending before a Florida judge is
seeking, according to attorney Larry Klayman, who has proposed to Judge
Terry Lewis an order the judge could adopt, excerpt or reject.
Lewis is best known for presiding over the 2000 Bush v. Gore election
dispute and is credited with making crucial rulings in that case.
Klayman filed the current challenge to Obama’s eligibility for the
Florida ballot on behalf of Michael Voeltz, who identifies himself in
the complaint as a registered member of the Democratic Party, a voter
and a taxpayer in Broward County.