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President Soetoro (not)

President Obama

Woodward and Bernstein had their informant, highly-placed in the Nixon administration, who provided them with information and direction in investigating the Watergate scandal. I don’t have any sources in the Obama administration, but I do have the occasional attorney and journalist who send me things. Like Woodward and Bernstein, I don’t disclose my private sources.

One of these sources forwarded the following email sent to the New Jersey State Assembly, by Dr. Sanford Aranoff who, if my research is accurate, has a PhD in Theoretical Physics and is a professor in New Jersey. Other publications by Aranoff include the article “The Age of the World” discussing methods employed to reconcile the Torah (Jewish scripture) and scientific views about the age of the world (no, he is not a Creationist).

The letter ties recent events in Latin America to the Obama eligibility controversy. It makes a remarkable logical leap in suggesting that Obama would ignore the Supreme Court should they ever rule against him.

The Honduran military ejected president Manuel Zelaya from office after he ignored a Supreme Court ruling backed by the Honduran Congress which barred him from holding a referendum this week that would have empowered him to  endanger democracy.

Suppose the U.S. Supreme Court rules that Obama was not born in the U.S., and  so cannot be President. Will Obama ignore the ruling? Continue Reading →

News v. Not News

newsSometimes I visit Orly’s web site or follow a link from a visitor here to WorldNetDaily and I see an item and just shake my head at the silliness.When I do that, you don’t see an article here because I don’t think that it’s news. To me, things that lack validity, are total nonsense, and are going nowhere are not news. (A great example of what I think is “not news” is this people’s grand jury nonsense.)

But then I get an email from someone saying: “Hey Doc, did you see so and so? What’s up with that?” and then I realize that it’s news from some people’s point of view.

The two “not news” items du jour are the WorldNetDaily article on Kerchner v. Obama suggesting that the court is friendly to Kerchner’s case or thinks that is important. Nothing the court says implies this. And WND suggested that the court was soliciting letters from concerned citizens, due in by today. They aren’t.

Update: The court ordered the letters removed:

06/29/2009 ORDER directing the Clerk to strike and remove from the docket all letters from non-parties including but not limited to : Doc. Nos. 18,19,20,22,23,24 and 25. Signed by Magistrate Judge Joel Schneider on 6/29/09. (js) (Entered: 06/30/2009)

The other is the auctioning off on eBay of a purported Kenyan Birth Certificate for Barack Obama, now listed as a “dissertation” after eBay pulled previous listings. Scam? or publicity stunt? One or the other, but not news.

Update: eBay deleted the dissertation too!

[Thanks to NBC here and Tes on Politijab.com for the Kerchner update.]

Lawsuits Poll

“Many are called, but few are chosen,” so the saying goes, and many lawsuits have been filed around the issue of how presidential candidates are vetted and whether Barack Obama meets the constitutional requiremens for the US presidency.

Do you think anything will come out of this issue? Courts might hear a case about candidate eligibility for the next election, but do you think any court will decide the question of Barack Obama’s eligibility to be president now? Here’s a chance for you to express your opinion.

What do YOU think?

Will any court decide Obama's eligibility before the end of his term?

  • No (85%, 202 Votes)
  • Yes (15%, 36 Votes)

Total Voters: 238

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Natural Born Citizen poll

Is Barack Obama a natural born citizen? This poll lets you express your opinion on just what makes a Natural Born Citizen. Is it place of birth, parents or both? Can Congress legislate who is a natural born citizen.

Let us know what YOU think:

I think a "natural born citizen" of the United States is (select all that apply):

  • Anyone born in the United States and under its jurisdiction (55%, 164 Votes)
  • Anyone born a citizen of the United States (52%, 155 Votes)
  • Anyone born in the in the United States to two US Citizen Parents (44%, 129 Votes)
  • Anyone born in the Unted States to at least one US Citizen parent (37%, 109 Votes)
  • Children born in the United States whose parents are in the US illegally (35%, 103 Votes)

Total Voters: 296

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Orly Taitz Poll

Orly Taitz, DDS, Esq, has been called in the press “The Birther Queen Bee.” She’s launched a national crusade focused on removing Barack Obama from office through law suits, complaints to government officials, media appearances, a series of web sites and presentations before “citizen grand juries.”

What makes Orly tick? Why does she do it?

Tell us what YOU think.

What motivates Orly Taitz?

  • A true belief that she can rescue the country from an ineligible president. (39%, 82 Votes)
  • She's in it for the notoriety. (25%, 54 Votes)
  • She's in it for the money. (15%, 31 Votes)
  • She believes Obama is a threat to Israel. (11%, 23 Votes)
  • She's a front for a conservative smear campaign. (10%, 22 Votes)

Total Voters: 212

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Government will move to dismiss Kerchner case

Hollister v. Soetoro

Kerchner v Obama

“judges and adverse parties need not try to fish a gold coin from a bucket of mud”

In documents filed today the US Government notified the US District Court of New Jersey that it intended to move to dismiss the lawsuit brought by Mario Apuzzo on behalf of Charles Kerchner.

Obama Conspiracy Theories has been following this lawsuit closely, publishing 2 feature articles:

The round of delays is now over and the government has responded with notice of a forthcoming  motion for dismissal.

Read what the government has to say.

I want to add a personal note here. When I went through Kercher’s 2nd Amended Complaint, replying point by point to the substantive claims it made, I wrote, “There are over 300 of these freaking points!” expressing the royal pain it was to schlog through the misinformation and twisted rhetoric. Imagine my delight to learn that there are federal rules against such things. Continue Reading →