Four Supreme Court Justices Face Test of Courage and Beliefs on December 5, 2008.

The Supreme Court will be meeting on December 5th, 2008, to determine if they wish to hear the case Donofrio v Wells.

The following You-Tube Audio/video from Mr. Donofrio quickly encapsulates the essence of his lawsuit. This is one of the lawsuits that has the greatest chance to succeed. I do need to caution everyone that for the Court to agree to hear Donofrio v. Wells, it will require a tremendous amount of courage and belief in our Constitution on the part of at least four of the Supreme Court’s Justices.

I pray they have the courage to do what is right for the sanctity of our Constitution and the fundamental belief that no One is above the law. Sen. Obama must not be allowed to flaunt the law.

Surely, Larry Sinclair can’t be the only person in America willing to take the heat for standing up for his beliefs!


Thanks to Snow Squall for sending me this audio.

One Response to “Four Supreme Court Justices Face Test of Courage and Beliefs on December 5, 2008.”

  1. jeanniejo Says:

    Thanks, Zach —

    I appreciate you. It’s going to be a busy week. I like you, certainly hope the Justices of the Supreme Court are courageous in upholding the Constitution — it’s the law of the land, and we are a nation of laws. I was pleased the see the full page ad in Chicago Tribune yesterday and will look forward to another ad tomorrow in the same paper. Larry Sinclair has pre-sold 200 copies of his forthcoming book. A designer has proposed two covers of which viewers were given a first look on Larry’s blog:
    http://larrysinclair-0926.blogspot.com/

    Thanks, again, Zach, I appreciate your support for and alliance with Larry Sinclair and the continuance of the exposure of the truth in regard to Barack Obama.

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