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I’m glad to report a steady decline in the number of visitors to this blog and in the number of pages viewed. Since our peak on the days right around the Inauguration (January 21 was the biggest day), we’ve had a fairly steady decline down to 286 different visitors yesterday or about one half of the top.

I would assume that Berg and Orly are experiencing the same decline in interest and I consider this a good thing. The purpose of this blog is put itself out of business!

While opposition to Barack Obama is almost certainly going to continue unabated, the niche market of conspiracy theories related to his eligibility to be president has probably had its run.

I suspect the next wave will be complex webs of tenuous associations, such as we see in classic conspiracy theories about Bilderbergers, Skull and Bones, and CFR. Look for secret Obama hand gestures, and secret symbols appearing near Obama, and perhaps a whole new African connection (“Obama’s family were slave traders” or something). And as always, be afraid of the terrorists.

18 Responses to Interest declining

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    bogus info February 5, 2009 at 12:42 pm #

    Dick Cheney wasn’t exactly kind to President Obama. I guess he thinks he still the VP. He all but extended an invitation for the terrorists to attack us on TV. What a guy!

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    Patrick McKinnion February 5, 2009 at 1:24 pm #

    Yep. I’m seeing the comment load drop on my articles at Yes To Democracy as well. I suspect the inauguration and the ongoing implosion of the birthers are to blame.

    Unless things change, the birthers are going to end up being just another bunch of paranoia conspiracy nuts. To which I say “yes!”

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    Heavy February 5, 2009 at 1:54 pm #

    No, we just don’t waste much time with you traitors.

    Your messiah will be taken down!

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    Patrick McKinnion February 5, 2009 at 2:06 pm #

    Funny, it’s the birther blogs that I see people calling for open rebellion, armed military coups, and the overthrow of the government.

    The people I see as calling for treason are the birthers, because nobody will pay attention to their paranoid conspiracy theories without the slightest bit of evidence.

  5. avatar
    Chris February 5, 2009 at 2:22 pm #

    I’m probably going to keep visiting until kukoo bananas Orly is finally and mercifully disbarred. Is it wrong that I find her derangement amusing?

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    Dr. Conspiracy February 5, 2009 at 2:59 pm #

    How’s it goin’ Hev.

    “Traitor” is a pretty offensive word, but it has been cheapened by those that throw it around like they throw their trash out the car window.

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    Dr. Conspiracy February 5, 2009 at 3:11 pm #

    Chris, this just for you: Crossing the bar…Orly?

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    bogus info February 5, 2009 at 3:23 pm #

    Personally, I think if a Judge would sanction one of these attorney’s, then some might think twice before they file these frivilous lawsuits?

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    bogus info February 5, 2009 at 3:33 pm #

    This is interesting. By the way, does a active military have “standing?” Or retired military?

    2/5/2009 8:31 AM jbjd wrote:
    “So, Brigadier General Jones wholeheartedly supports Orly. Talk; talk; talk. Did he sign Orly’s Release, promising to disobey orders and acknowledging he will be called a Traitor? Even Leo Donofrio, not known for his restraint, recognized this went beyond the pale. No one has filed the military Complaint. Attorney Berg copied parts of it and now, besides facing sure dismissal for using a Plaintiff not REALLY subject to recall, risks having a federal court take judicial notice of the nonsense that FactCheck found BO eligible, making things harder for the rest of us down the road. If Orly had filed my military Complaint as promised, in which Annenberg Political Fact Check is de-bunked – maybe that’s why his lawyers have adopted this judicial notice ploy now, hoping to thwart the case that has legs – and, using military Plaintiffs actually subject to imminent recall, we would have an answer by now that would have put this drama to rest. (Maybe ending this fiasco is not the goal here.)”

    2/5/2009 9:51 AM 8by8 wrote:
    I am reading jbjd web site.

    http://jbjd.wordpress.com/

    “He is explaining the problems and his discussions with Orly. I now think Orly needs to work more closely with jbjd and do things correctly. jbjd is very good at his work. ”

    Orly please work more closely with jbjd and get the filing done correctly. You need to change your release. Just change it. Cross all the t’s and dot all the “i”‘s. We must do it as perfect as possible to win this case. ”

    “The choice of plaintiffs is critically important. I have noticed that plaintiffs have not in general been chosen as the very best. We must have only the very best plaintiffs.”

    2/5/2009 9:56 AM Dr. Orly Taitz wrote:
    “as far as I know jbjd is not a licensed attorney. If you believe that she is a licensed attorney and knows what she is doing, tell her to provide her name and license number and file a legal action of her own.”

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    Andrew A. Gill February 5, 2009 at 3:55 pm #

    Interestingly, as the birther case looks more and more hopeless, they’re getting more and more outrageous.

    Phil Berg of October 2008 was like the crazy guy on the bus you’d talk to. Phil Berg of February 2009 is more like the crazy guy at in the food court at the mall that everyone tries not to make eye contact with.

    The whole thing reminds me of the fallout from the UFO doomsday cult in When Prophecy Fails.

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    Patrick McKinnion February 5, 2009 at 5:25 pm #

    You mean “Heavens Gate” ?? Yeah, I got outbid for a website contract by them a few months before they decided to follow the comet. *rolls eyes*

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    Andrew A. Gill February 5, 2009 at 5:52 pm #

    Actually, no.

    This was a different UFO doomsday cult, if you can believe it.

    When Prophecy Fails was written in the 50s.

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    TRUTH March 2, 2009 at 9:32 pm #

    I came here because of the subject “interest declining” thinking it referred to Money….until I read the post.

    But in keeping with that idea since no other post relates to money, have you all seen the DOW today? And ever since Jan.9th? It’s like a runaway truck going down I-65 in West Virginia.

    Majority of the richest in the country can see what Obama is doing to this country and are pulling their money out now while it is still worth something. And since so many are pulling it out, the market is following suit. They DO NOT trust Mr. Obama, they don’t have any faith in him. Big Surprise.

    Somebody better tell THEM this is all just a silly conservative conspiracy. Tell them it’s all going to be ok, put their money back, it’ll be safe. The REDs all hitting the gun market may not have been such a crazy thing after all. Glad I was country raised and know how to grow a garden, just in case.

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    TRUTH March 4, 2009 at 10:27 pm #

    zzzzz

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    TRUTH March 4, 2009 at 10:34 pm #

    Speaking of declining interests, what the heck are the Dumocrats doing in the Gaza?!?

    Those Insane’s living over there have been at war since the beginning of TIME!!! And Barrack sends Hillary over with what, was it $900 million, to give to WHO!!! the HAMAS?! It may as well been, it was to the little minority that have been tossing over 6000 rockets into Israel ever since they said they wouldn’t do it anymore.

    WHY?! do WE get involved in this?!? Oh yeah, they are Democrats.
    LET Israel do what “THEY” think needs done, we kinda have our OWN economic issues going on here currently. Just nevermind the Stock Market, it isn’t important…says Da’Man

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    Dr. Conspiracy March 4, 2009 at 11:22 pm #

    You think the stock market is in the tank now? Just wait until there’s a nuclear war in the middle east.

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    Dr. Conspiracy March 6, 2009 at 11:33 am #

    So much for my crystal ball.

    Obama Conspiracy Theories hit an all time record number of page views, 2,099, on March 3 with 558 unique visitors.

    This may have been the result of a flood of comments I added to the Politico.com article on “birthers”.

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    Heavy March 6, 2009 at 11:41 am #

    Keep up the good work, doc!