According to a report in WorldNetDaily, that’s exactly what’s happening at a blog named “Ms Placed Democrat [website is no longer operational as of 5/29/2011].” The blog is chock full of Orly Taitz fandom and the usual “Obama is ineligible” mythology.
The WND article shows a screen shot purportedly coming from the Bloggers administrative software and showing a blog access from an IP address registered to the Supreme Court. For most of us, we get IP addresses from large Internet providers who own huge blocks of addresses and without a court order one cannot usually tie an IP address to an individual. However, for older organization, and some large ones, IP addresses are registered by the organizations themselves. I checked the IP address myself, and it does indeed belong to the Supreme Court class “C” network. I’m making an educated address that this IP address, 184.108.40.206, is that of a network address translating (NAT) router, meaning that it won’t tie to any particular workstation at the Court.
According to Alexa web ratings, Ms Placed Democrat is a very low volume web site, at least it was up until WND article yesterday!