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Orly, Orly, now it’s the Joint Chiefs in your sights

Admiral Mullen

Admiral Mullen

In a press release provided by Orly Taitz to Obama Conspiracy Theories, she provided the text of a letter she has sent to Admiral Mallen [sic], Chairman of the Joint Chieffs [sic] of Staff. A slightly updated version appears on her web site.

On behalf of her 160 plaintiffs Orly has packaged up her 6 Dossiers,  her Quo Warranto complaint, the Steve Coffman Selective Service stuff, Sandra Lines’ declaration, the Jorje Baro “affidavit” from Mississippi, PI Neil Sankey (multiple social security number and address accumulator), Obama’s Indonesian school record, evidence that Barack and his wife have 130 jobs and evidence of a cyber space campaign of character assassination.  Whew!

Orly, in the text of her press release claims that under UCMJ, a soldier (here Scott Easterling)  has a right to get resolution for a grievance against his commanding officer, and the grievance is that Obama is not a natural born citizen for the usual litany of bogus reasons, (dual citizenship, Indonesian citizenship, name change to Barry Soetoro but not back).

She wrote:

Any foreign citizenship automatically eradicates a “natural born” status.

I guess she never read Perkins v. Elg where the Supreme Court declared Ms. Elg a “natural born citizen” of the United States even though she had dual citizenship and didn’t even grow up on the United States.

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4 Responses to Orly, Orly, now it’s the Joint Chiefs in your sights

  1. avatar
    Doug Mataconis April 22, 2009 at 10:21 pm #

    The most laughable thing is that this woman actually thinks that the people she sends her “Dossiers” to actually read her bullshit.

  2. avatar
    DH April 22, 2009 at 10:52 pm #

    Yes, and did you see the following post where, writing to an attorney in Texas about some nonsense or other, she opens with this classic line:

    “Dear Mr Durbin,

    It was nice talking to you, I am really sorry for yelling at you, I didn’t mean to.”

  3. avatar
    Bob April 23, 2009 at 1:51 pm #

    For the “Docket” page:

    Cert. filed in Schneller v. Cortes.

  4. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy April 23, 2009 at 6:50 pm #

    Thanks!

    Someone once defined insanity to me as doing the same thing over and over, expecting a different result.