Sunday, August 26, 2012

Honorable Jorge Solis to Rule on whether Muslims are exempt from ObamaTax

 The Honorable Jorge A. Solis to rule on the case Taitz v Sebelius 3-12-cv-3251  and on a  motion to stay  for preliminary injunction of ObamaTax brought by California attorney Orly Taitz.


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Rancho Santa Margarita, CA – The Honorable Jorge A. Solis, H.W. Bush appointee in Northern District of Texas is to rule on the case Taitz v Sebelius 3-12-cv-3251  and on a  motion to stay for preliminary injunction of ObamaTax brought by California attorney Orly Taitz.

While the case originated in the Central District of California, it was was transferred to the Northern District of Texas, when initially appointed judge, Honorable Dolly Gee ruled No Venue in CA.

From the cotton fields in Abilene to next in line as Chief Judge for the Northern District of Texas, Judge Jorge Solis has a story any parent would be proud to tell. Despite having only an eighth grade education herself, Judge Solis’s mother encouraged her son by explaining that he could either pick cotton the rest of his life or get an education.

Judge Solis was one of seven children. Because of his parents’ emphasis on education, all seven of their children went to college and five of the seven obtained college degrees. Judge Solis was the only one of the seven to obtain a graduate degree.

After graduating high school, he attended McMurry University, where he earned a degree in history in 1973. Then his dream of attending UT became a reality when he was accepted into law school. His first trial was the prosecution of a traffic ticket in JP court in Abilene. For many years after the trial, the opposing lawyer on the case teased Judge Solis about how he “tried the case like he was in front of the Supreme Court.”
Judge Solis  was elected the Criminal District Attorney in 1983 and reelected in 1986. Then, in 1987, at the suggestion of Bill Thomas, the retiring Judge, Judge Solis ran for the 350th Judicial District in Abilene. In the interim, he worked as a solo practitioner in Abilene in 1988.  In 1988, Judge Solis was elected to the bench and served on the 350th Judicial District Court from 1989 to 1991

Judge Solis, like many other first time judges, was surprised by the difference in the mindset required of a good judge. Although Judge Solis had experience as an advocate on both sides of the criminal and civil dockets, he had to repeatedly remind himself during his first year that he needed to “let the lawyers be the advocates.”
Although he thought his chances were “slim to none,” he decided to apply for an opening on the federal bench in Dallas. Upon the recommendation of Senator Gramm, President George H.W. Bush nominated Judge Solis in 1991.
Even though he is a federal judge with the inherent power that the position brings, Judge Solis often reminds his staff: “We should stay humble.” He likes to tell the story of one of his first cases on the federal bench. He had sent a number of notes back to the jury signing only his name. Eventually, a question came back from the jury, “Who is this sending these notes back to us?”
After each trial, Judge Solis asks the jury to comment on their experience. The number one complaint he receives from juries is redundancy. The number two complaint is that lawyers are not professional, which is a pet peeve of his. While lawyers must be zealous advocates of the client’s case, a good advocate should not resort to gamesmanship and unprofessional conduct directed at the opposing lawyers.
Judge Solis lives in Dallas with his wife and is active in the St. Elizabeth of Hungary church. He has three children, the oldest of whom is a lawyer in Boston. He serves as the liaison from the federal judiciary to the State Bar of Texas. He is also involved in the Criminal Law Committee of the State Bar of Texas, which has been compiling a series of books with pattern jury charges for criminal cases.

Taitz brought forward 2 main arguments:

1.       In 2800 pages of ObamaCare, Obama administration buried a provision, where one can be completely exempt from paying even a cent in Health Care penalty/tax, if buying insurance is against his religious believes. Such aversion to insurance can be found in Muslim religion, where insurance is considered a form of gambling. That means that individuals, who are Christians and Jews would have to carry on their backs the burden of ObamaTax, while Muslims will be exempt.  Taitz argued that such religious discrimination   is flagrantly unconstitutional under the Establishment Clause, Freedom of Religion Clause and 
Equal Protection clause.

2.      Additionally Taitz argued that ObamaTax is unconstitutional, as it was signed into law by Obama, who is a foreign national, a citizen of Indonesia and possibly still a citizen of Kenya and Great Britain, who got into the White House by virtue of fraud and use of forged identification papers and a stolen CT SSN 042-68-4425. Taitz attached over a hundred pages of sworn affidavits and other evidence confirming fraud and forgery in Obama’s IDs

 The case should be entered on PACER by the end of the day  Monday August 27, 2012

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