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KEYES v OBAMA - 65 - REVISED OPPOSITION to Ex Parte Application for Limited Stay of Discovery re: EX PARTE APPLICATION - Gov.uscourts.cacd.435591.65.0

KEYES v OBAMA - 65 - REVISED OPPOSITION to Ex Parte Application for Limited Stay of Discovery re: EX PARTE APPLICATION - Gov.uscourts.cacd.435591.65.0

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PLAITIFFS’ REVISED OPPOSITIO TO DEFEDATS’ EX PARTEAPPLICATIO FOR LIMITED STAY OF DISCOVERY
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UITED STATES JUSTICE 
 
FOUDATIO 
GARY G. KREEP; SB 066482932 “D” Street, Suite 2(Email: usjf@usjf.net)Ramona, California 92065Tel: (760) 788-6624Fax: (760) 788-6414
Attorney for Plaintiffs,Dr. Wiley S. Drake andMarkham Robinson 
UITED STATES DISTRICT COURTFOR THE CETRAL DISTRICT OF CALIFORIASATA AA (SOUTHER) DIVISIO
CAPTAIN PAMELA BARNETT,et al.,Plaintiffs,v.BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA, etal.,Defendants)CIVIL ACTION NO:SACV09-00082-DOC (Anx)
PLAITIFFS’ REVISEDOPPOSITIO TO DEFEDATS’ EXPARTE APPLICATIO FOR LIMITED STAY OF DISCOVERY
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PLAITIFFS’ REVISED OPPOSITIO TO DEFEDATS’ EX PARTEAPPLICATIO FOR LIMITED STAY OF DISCOVERY
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TABLE OF COTETS
TABLE OF AUTHORITIES ................................................................................ iiiI.INTRODUCTION ....................................................................................... 1II.STANDING ................................................................................... 1A.INJURY AND CAUSATION .................................................................. 1B.REDRESSABLE BY THE COURT ....................................................... 2C.POLITICAL QUESTION ..................................................................... 5III.SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION .......................................................... 9IV.ARGUMENT ................................................................................................. 9V.CONCLUSION ............................................................................ 11
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PLAITIFFS’ REVISED OPPOSITIO TO DEFEDATS’ EX PARTEAPPLICATIO FOR LIMITED STAY OF DISCOVERY
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TABLE OF AUTHORITIESFEDERAL CASES
Hollander v. McCain(2008) 566 F.Supp.2d 63. ................................................................................ 1In re Lantronix, Inc. Sec. Litig.(C.D. Cal. Sept. 26, 2003) No. 02-03899, 2003 WL 22462393, at *2. .......... 10In re Summers(1945) 65 S.Ct. 1307, rehearing denied 66 S.Ct. 94. ................................... 9Landis v. North American Co.(1936) 299 U.S. 248, 254. ...................................................................... 10Medhekar v. United States District Court(9th Cir. 1996) 99 F.3d 325, 327. ................................................................. 10Medical Imaging Centers of America, Inc. v. Lichtenstein(S.D. Cal. 1996) 917 F. Supp. 717, 720, 722. ................................................. 10Powers v. Eichen(S.D. Cal. 1997) 961 F. Supp. 233, 235. ..................................................... 10
STATE CASES
Irby v. Barrett(1942) 163 S.W.2d 512, 514. ...................................................................... 4, 5State ex rel. Robinson v. Craighead County Bd. of Election Com'rs(Ark. 1989) 300 Ark. 405, 409. ........................................................................ 4
UITED STATES COSTITUTIO
U.S. Const. Art. II. ................................................................................................. 3U.S. Const. Art. II, §1. ......................................................................................... 9U.S. Const. Art. V. ................................................................................................ 3
FEDERAL STATUTES
Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(a). ................................................................................................. 10Fed. R. Civ. P. 26(c). ................................................................................................. 11
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