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Obama Conspiracy Theories outranks Orly!

First, everyone look at the date on this article: it is March 31, not April 1. This is not a joke.

Dr. Orly Taitz claims, according to an article in the UK’s Independent World, that her blog “boasts 8 million readers a month.” Always one to seek independent verification of claims, I visited alexa.com, one of the organizations that tabulates visits to web sites on the Internet.

The rank is calculated using a combination of average daily visitors and pageviews over the past 3 months. The site with the highest combination of visitors and pageviews is ranked #1.

It turns out that Obama Conspiracy Theories outranks Orly’s site, OrlyTaitzEsq.com. Here’s how we stack up:

Site Alexa Ranking
Google 1
Microsoft 19
New York Times 94
Bank Of America 190
Scribd.com 241
PBS.org 1,633
World Net Daily 2,644
thepostemail.com (Post & Email) 288,121
ObamaCrimes.com (Phil Berg) 358,937
ObamaConsipracy.org (you are here) 511,498
OrlyTaitzEsq.com 583,013
Puzo1.blogspot.com (Mario Apuzzo) 1,674,736
Paralegalnm.wordpress.com 18,398,402

25 Responses to Obama Conspiracy Theories outranks Orly!

  1. avatar
    Patrick McKinnion March 31, 2010 at 10:52 am #

    I’m amused to note that my site, while ranking below Dr. Orly’s, is higher than Apuzo’s :-)

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    Black Lion March 31, 2010 at 11:18 am #

    However what is scary is the amount of people that would actually read that rag the Post and Fail or Berg’s bunch of garbarge….

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    sarina March 31, 2010 at 3:12 pm #

    As I said before, this is my morning paper, I even recommend this site to the birthers. Sometimes I come here just to read the comments, I visit this page like 3 or 4 times a day to see if there is something new posted.
    I’ll tell you the truth : I’m waiting for the day that Dr.Conspiracy post this message: BREAKING NEWS: ORLY TAITZ DISBARMENT!

  4. avatar
    Scott Brown March 31, 2010 at 3:43 pm #

    Yeah, that’s really scary that fellow Americans might have a different opinion from yours.

    I have no problems that you read stuff posted here at this site (which I mostly disagree with) – why should I? This is America where we are free to think, feel, and believe as we choose. At least at this point in time, anyway.

    Yet, you have a problem with others reading things you disagree with. What should it matter to you? You sound as though you are threatened by others reading, thinking, and voicing a difference of opinion. Why?

    Why are the Obama supporters threatened by those that feel Obama is not legitimate? Why should it matter to you? Personally, if I believed as you do and since Obama IS in office under the title of President, I would care less what others thought. And I certainly wouldn’t give opponents a minute of my time – unless I felt threatened in some way.

    Why are you threated by those with opposing views?

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    Scott Brown March 31, 2010 at 3:49 pm #

    Why would you wish a fellow American ill-will? Simply because she has a different opinion and chooses to exercise her right to stand up for that belief?

    I just don’t get it. Who cares what Orly does, says, or feels? I mean really – what difference does it make? Why are you so threatened by her?

    It doesn’t matter what she does, we all know Obama is going to remain in the office of president for the next 3 years. I’m interested, because I’d like to see that change, although, I know it won’t. But if I were on the other side of the fence, I’d be focusing my attention on supporting him, not hating on a fellow American for having a different opinion. Perhaps you hate her because of her sex or because she is from Russia.

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    Scientist March 31, 2010 at 3:57 pm #

    Why would you wish a fellow American ill-will?

    I wish ill for the Red Sox (Americans and not) from now until October.

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    Black Lion March 31, 2010 at 4:14 pm #

    I am not threatened with opposing views. But what that rag the Post and Fail publishes is not news, it is fiction. For them to state that the founders relied on Vattel exclusively is a lie. If you want to defend them “Scott” then provide us with a founder that discussed using Vattel. On this site Dr. C, NBC, Greg, and others have provided supporting documentation that showed English Common Law and Blackstone as some of the more important influences on the founders. We are still waiting on Vattel, someone that did not even has an English version until after the Constitution and who never actually said that a so called “natural born citizen” needed 2 parents. And additonally the Post and Fail moderates all comments, just like all other birther sites. Why is that? Do you really think if they were confident in what they were writing they would censor opposing viewpoints. What are they afriad of? Why do they feel threatened by the truth? Doc does not censor no moderate. Why? Becuase he can support his claims.

    Don’t attempt the strawman argument. Barack Obama is the President under all Constitutional requirements. People who believe that are not threatened by fake Kenyan birth certificates created by convicted felons. However you claim to believe in the Constitution, so believe in all of it and provide some proof. The burden of proof is on you to prove that the President is ineligible, not for him to prove a thing to you. So feel free to have an opposing opinion, that is what makes this country great. But at least have some proof to support your opinion. Not liking the President is your right, but fortunately not considered proof.

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    nbc March 31, 2010 at 4:21 pm #

    Why would you wish a fellow American ill-will? Simply because she has a different opinion and chooses to exercise her right to stand up for that belief?

    It’s called due process. She can stand up for her beliefs and be judged if she violated the BAR’s professional guidelines.

    While ignorance by itself is in general not a criminal offense, lawyers are held to a standard of conduct which can be reviewed by the BAR.

    As you said, let the courts or similar institutions deal with it :-)

    What’s good for the goose… Well… you get the point…

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    nbc March 31, 2010 at 4:27 pm #

    Yeah, that’s really scary that fellow Americans might have a different opinion from yours.

    Nothing scary about that really.

    Why are you threated (sic) by those with opposing views?

    Who says we are? I certainly feel nothing but compassion for those who base their views on ignorance of fact, but threatened? Not really. Sad, perhaps.

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    Black Lion March 31, 2010 at 4:27 pm #

    How do we know that Orly is a “fellow American”? President Obama has proved that he was born in America, but what kind of evidence has Orly provided that proves anything? Has she released her birth certificate? Naturalization papers? It seems interesting that you are willing to take her word for that but question everything the President of the United States says. The only thing we know for sure regarding Orly is that she is a delusional Soviet, who at one time was a sworn enemy of the US. We also know she is a horrible attorney and not very bright. So spare us that defense of Orly bit. She is far from just having a different opinion. She has made wild and baseless clams and even possibly allowed a witness to perjury himself. That is really someone to put your trust in. Give us a break…

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    Dr. Conspiracy March 31, 2010 at 4:54 pm #

    Scott Brown: Why are you so threatened by [Orly Taitz]?

    Somebody published some nasty remarks on Orly’s web site. She looked up the IP address which on a good day maybe locates the offending computer accurate to 10-20 miles. Only she picks an address at the center, and puts the name and address and phone number of a totally innocent person on her web site. The fellow was called in by his boss and made to defend himself. She told folks they should call the police and investigate the fellow.

    A totally irresponsible person with a popular web site visited by fringe zealots, who casts everything in terms of the destruction of the country is a danger to herself and others.

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    Dr. Conspiracy March 31, 2010 at 5:00 pm #

    Scott Brown: Why are the Obama supporters threatened by those that feel Obama is not legitimate?

    You have it backwards. If I were afraid of your views, they would never see the light of day on this blog. You can say pretty anything you want on this web site without pre-screening or censorship. Try that over at any of the Obama denialist web sites. All of the ones I am familiar with moderate and censor views like mine. What are they afraid of? I would think they are afraid of being made to look foolish by plain talk and facts.

    There is a big difference between some folks criticizing what you have to say, and your not being allowed to say it.

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    Expelliarmus March 31, 2010 at 5:16 pm #

    Orly probably has “hits” confused with “visits”. Given that Orly’s site is infected with a trojan, there is no telling how many “hits” are produced simply as some sort of artifact or effect of whatever malware is infesting the web site.

    A “hit” can be anything — the action of a bot or spider crawling the site, the action of pulling up images or calls to embedded scripts, etc. One “visit” will easily produce dozens of “hits”.

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    Rickey March 31, 2010 at 5:20 pm #

    Scott Brown says:

    I just don’t get it. Who cares what Orly does, says, or feels? I mean really – what difference does it make? Why are you so threatened by her?

    Maybe you can get this.

    Orly has recklessly and without authorization published the full Social Security Numbers of people she has disagreed with, thereby exposing those people to possible identify theft.

    Orly has publicly and without any basis in fact accused judges of the Federal Courts of treason and conspiracy.

    Orly’s misguided legal advice has led at least one of her clients to lose his job.

    Orly has filed multiple frivolous lawsuits, thereby wastefully using the resources of our courts.

    I don’t wish Orly any harm, I just want her to lose her license to practice law. She will still be free to fill cavities.

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    Dr. Conspiracy March 31, 2010 at 5:20 pm #

    Disbarment in California requires affirmation by the California Supreme Court.

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    JoZeppy March 31, 2010 at 5:50 pm #

    Why would you wish a fellow American ill-will? Simply because she has a different opinion and chooses to exercise her right to stand up for that belief?

    Orly is free to peddle her garbage on her website all she wants. However, a person’s 1st Amendment right to free speech does not extend to her filings in a court. She has an professional obligations with regards to everything she files with a court. That includes researching the facts and law (just how many fake Kenyan birth certificates has she filed with the courts? How much research did she do to confirm those?). Additionally, an attorney has a professional duty to show the court respect. Moving to recuse every judge that rules against you, and calling them tratiors, and stating that they must be paid off to disagree with you probably crosses the line. And then there is the professional duty that requires an attorney not to do anything that reflects poorly on the profession. We could go on all day on this issue. So do I wish her ill-will “simply because she has a different opinion”? Certainly not. Am I eagerly anticipating the day the California bar finally pulls the plug on an individual who has shown complete incompetence in even filing the simplest procedural requirements of filing papers before a court, shown total disrepect to the courts, and is an embarassment to the legal profession? You bet.

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    Greg March 31, 2010 at 9:35 pm #

    I just don’t get it. Who cares what Orly does, says, or feels? I mean really – what difference does it make? Why are you so threatened by her?

    Have you ever seen Jersey Shore? It features misbehaving youths who claim to be “guidos” and, basically act according to every negative stereotype of the Italian-American community.

    Do you think the Italian-Americans who have protested the show are threatened by it? No, they’re offended by it. There’s a difference.

    Orly offends me as a lawyer. She signed up to a certain code of ethics by becoming a lawyer, and it appears that she is flouting those rules. For example, a lawyer is supposed to do a minimum of research before filing papers with the court. Yet, Orly files an affidavit claiming the Attorney General of the United States flew down and met with the judge in her case, a physical impossibility.

    Read the decisions in that case, it is shot through with violations of the ethical canons that she agreed to when she became a lawyer.

    Another thing that lawyers sign up for when they become lawyers is reporting on unethical or incompetent behavior when they see it.

    Personally, I don’t hate her. But, I don’t think she should be practicing law.

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    Dave March 31, 2010 at 10:06 pm #

    “Scott Brown” says:

    And I certainly wouldn’t give opponents a minute of my time – unless I felt threatened in some way.

    Ok, “Scott”. You spend a lot of time here. You seem to feel Dr. C and many posters here are your opponents. Think about this for a minute.

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    Dave March 31, 2010 at 10:32 pm #

    Is Orly Taitz an American? Have you seen documentation? I just think it’s really suspicious that people keep calling her an American when nobody has seen a scrap of proof that it’s true.

    Perhaps you hate her because of her sex or because she is from Russia.

    On the contrary, her sex was one of many high points (see page 7, paragraph 9).

    I notice you’ve been talking a lot lately about people feeling threatened.

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    Kathryn N March 31, 2010 at 10:49 pm #

    You may “feel” that President Obama is secretly not really president, but that does not affect the facts. The fact is that President Obama is our natural born, legitimate, genuine, popularly elected, seriously good-looking president.
    Them’s the facts, no matter what you, in the innermost depths of your little birther heart, may feel.

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    Kathryn N March 31, 2010 at 10:53 pm #

    I certainly don’t wish Orly Taitz ill. But I want the best for our legal system, and the disbarment of an incompetent, unethical lawyer who clogs the courts with groundless lawsuits–well, that’s in the best interest of justice.

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    milspec March 31, 2010 at 11:11 pm #

    Well, doing my best to promote.

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    G April 1, 2010 at 12:23 am #

    Orly is free to peddle her garbage on her website all she wants.However, a person’s 1st Amendment right to free speech does not extend to her filings in a court….Am I eagerly anticipating the day the California bar finally pulls the plug on an individual who has shown complete incompetence in even filing the simplest procedural requirements of filing papers before a court, shown total disrepect to the courts, and is an embarassment to the legal profession?You bet.

    That pretty much sums up my feelings on Orly as well. Plus I think she is truly insane and needs medical & professional help.

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    misha April 1, 2010 at 2:49 am #

    “Perhaps you hate her because of her sex or because she is from Russia.”

    No, I detest her because she is a loud mouthed shonde. I detest her because she consorts with anti-semites, in the hope of inspiring a lone wolf. I detest her because she was a street walker in Romania or Moldova, or WTF she is from. BTW, she is not from Russia.

    I detest her because she is a hypocrite. I detest her because she goes on Israel TV, and says that Obama got into office by paying off McCain. She states on Israel TV that Obama is not a legitimate president because he is not NBC.

    I detest her because she, along with Cantor and Huck, subvert Obama’s efforts at a peace settlement. I detest her because she, along with that other shonde Berg, ignore that the anti-semites will turn on them once they are no longer useful. I detest it when Jews engage in anti-semitism: she hates Arabs, and encourages denying them civil justice.

    Got it?

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    richCares April 1, 2010 at 12:36 pm #

    “Scott Brown: Why are you so threatened by [Orly Taitz]?”
    Projection is a common trait among wingnuts, this is but another example of such projection.

    hint: laughing at Orly is not fear.