Someone has tampered with the blog
Orly Taitz on her blog says that legitimate comments are being marked as Spam and that it is the result of tampering. Gee, maybe someone has been tampering with my email too 😈 Or perhaps Taitz doesn’t realize that comments like “Great article, I’ll be coming back often” (in Russian or English) and a URL for herbal viagra is really a spam message. My experience with the WordPress spam catching plug-ins has been that they are extremely accurate, falsely flagging a legitimate message less than one in a hundred times.
It looks like Orly is spam-marking any comment with a URL in it automatically, and according to her, she never sees it. I look at EVERY spam because reader comments are important, and I wouldn’t want to miss one. I must have a lot more regard for my readers than Orly does.
On another front, Orly is trying to counter the argument that she didn’t get around to filing her complaint in California until AFTER Obama was sworn in (apparently forgetting that there is a time zone difference). However, not to worry, Obama was not really sworn in two times, and she’d going to pin her argument on the SECOND one, and so the worthless investigator Taitz once again sends out her flying monkey squadron to find out “the exact time of the second swearing ceremony of Obama. …the same day or … next”. Of course Orly couldn’t have known that there would be a second swearing ceremony when she waited past the last minute to file her lawsuit.
One of Orly’s flying monkeys has picked up (saw it on a blog but doesn’t remember where) on the “date filed” v. “date accepted” non-issue. We’ve discussed it here before.
Another target for the flying monkeys: “I currently don’t have time to research and therefor [sic] need help from my supporters. I remember there are specific statues in Federal Communications Act and Federal Elections Committee [sic], where members of the media that are defrauding the public in relation to the elections, can be held liable. [WorldNetDaily WATCH OUT!] Don’cha wish that was true! I do know that it’s a crime to report false information about the time and place of an election.