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Thank you. And, uh, President Campbell will be testifying, uh, during these proceedings at some point.Along with President Campbell came Mickey Booth [sp] as well. Would you please stand. Uh, you mayhave seen her at some of the tea parties. I know she was at the convention in Nashville, the firstconvention, going back a few months now. She will also be testifying as well. Now, I need to let you know that I-- one of the reasons I was a little late coming down is that I had two phone calls. One was from Dr. Alan Keyes. And we talked at length. I spoke to Dr. Keyes, uh, last week and he committed to be here, uh, for this-- these proceedings and to lend his support, uh, to the matter of this trial. As you know, he has been very zealous about, uh, alarming America as to who Obama is andwhy he should not be in the Oval Office. And, uh, Dr. Keyes made that commitment to me I believe onWednesday of last week that he would be here because our schedule was open.But he explained to me today that, uh, once he ran it past his attorneys that he wanted to be here to testify,the lawyers got involved in the process, as you very well know, and they began to discuss with him quitecandidly that his appearance at this trial could in some way jeopardize the several cases that he has beforefederal courts now regarding Obama with a number of other people, as you all are aware of Dr. Keyes'cases. And, um, he went on to explain how he desperately wants to support, and does support and willsupport this event, uh, but that his presence here could very well cause the justices presiding over the trialof the cases that are now under appeal and for review, that they could simply state, because of hisinvolvement in this trial, that, uh, he would lose his credibility to some degree and they could summarily just dismiss the case. Now, he also stated that, while that is a real possibility, he acknowledged the fact that he doesn't expectany positive rulings from the court anyway. The courts have demonstrated-- and this is Dr. Keyes, and Iquote, "demonstrated over and over again that they are going to do everything within their power to keepthis matter from being heard in any appropriate way." That's what he said to me. So in essence, he'ssaying that, even if he came here and gave his support to this trial, it wouldn't necessarily get him-- uh,well, this would not stop him from-- cause him to get a favorable ruling from the courts. But because hisattorneys feel that, uh, for the matters that other people have concerning the trial, that he should not come.And I accepted that from Dr. Keyes. While I would love to have him here, uh, I believe him to be a patriot and, uh, he expressed how much he respects what we have done, or what I have done over the lastcouple of years, bringing light to this matter about Obama, and that he pledges to do some writing insupport of what we are. So, I very much appreciate Dr. Keyes, but he will not be testifying as he and weoriginally thought that he would.But I want to ask you as well not to hold it against Dr. Keyes for not coming. I think it was a wisedecision. And the truth of the matter is, is that while his-- his prestige in this court will be certainlygreatly appreciated, we can move forward with the verdicts without his necessarily putting his, uh, twocents worth, if you will, into the matter.And-- well, before that phone call, I'd gotten a call yesterday right after we adjourned, because I hadspoken to, uh, Vice Presidential candidate on the libertarian party, Wayne Allyn Root. Uh, I spoke to him