Will Georgia Peaches Glow In The Dark?
It was very surprising to have Georgia allow Obama on their 2012 ballot despite his no show at the courthouse. But like in so many other cases, you have to follow the money. And $8.3 billion is a lot of money to follow.
On February 3, 2012, a state administrative law judge Michael Malihi inexplicably ruled in favor of the defendant, Obama, in an unprecedented hearing on a sitting U.S. president’s eligibility to be on Georgia’s 2012 election ballot.These are the first nuclear plants to receive federally guaranteed loans since 1978. And the head of the federal Nuclear Regulatory Commission opposed the project as the proposed reactor designs do not take into consideration design flaws revealed through the earthquake-induced flooding at the Fukushima facility.
In so doing, Malihi reversed his own prior declaration that he would issue a default ruling in favor of the plaintiffs because neither the defendant nor his attorney (Michael Jablonski) even appeared at the hearing.
In an interview with Rev. James David Manning, private investigator Susan Daniels noted that within a week after the hearing, the state of Georgia received approval for two nuclear-power plants from the Obama administration. What a coincidence!
h/t Fellowship of the Minds