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New Orly Taitz campaign video

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KABC-TV Los Angeles has offered a 5-minute spot to each candidate for statewide office. Click this link and the following instructions to see the video made by Orly Taitz:

  1. Click on the circular START button labeled: “Start using NextGen Politics.”
  2. Click “CA Statewide Offices” next to the small map of California.
  3. Click “Secretary of State” from the scrolling list that appears below.
  4. Click “Orly Taitz – Republican”
  5. Click the “play button” (right-pointing triangle) under the picture of Taitz.

Here is a link to her candidate Q & A.

19 Responses to New Orly Taitz campaign video

  1. avatar
    mimi May 27, 2010 at 12:22 am #

    It’s a doozy.

    I had to shut off the NoScript to be able to view it.

  2. avatar
    misha May 27, 2010 at 12:31 am #

    “I am constitutional attorney.”

    нет!

  3. avatar
    G May 27, 2010 at 12:33 am #

    Hilarious! Thanks for this find. I watched both Orly & her opponent, Dunn’s videos and read both their position statements.

    Well, Orly did her best to appear more “sane” in her presentation, but boy oh boy does she love to exaggerate her “resume” and call herself a “Constitutional lawyer” at every turn. LOL!

    On her position statements, she has still not learned to proofread or spell check what she writes, which made this statement of hers particularly hilarious to me:

    “I will seek redaction of taxation, as well as redaction in regulations in order to create a more welcoming business environment”

    Yes, let’s redact those things, shall we? LMAO!

  4. avatar
    Chris May 27, 2010 at 1:31 am #

    After that stirring speech, (and who doesn’t adore lipservice to the good Dr. Keyes?), I think we’ll be seeing a lot more of this esquire, Doc. Yes, Secretary of State. Yes, that’s a good fit, don’t you think, Doc?

  5. avatar
    Lupin May 27, 2010 at 3:34 am #

    I don’t understand. Where was Boris Badenov shouting “Raskolnikov!” ?

  6. avatar
    misha May 27, 2010 at 5:56 am #

    Lupin: I don’t understand. Where was Boris Badenov shouting “Raskolnikov!” ?

    Boris is right here.

    ´а!

  7. avatar
    misha May 27, 2010 at 5:59 am #

    Chris: Yes, Secretary of State. Yes, that’s a good fit, don’t you think, Doc?

    I hope she wins. Keystone Kops come to life. She’ll keep Leno’s writers busy.

  8. avatar
    DaveH May 27, 2010 at 8:41 am #

    misha: I hope she wins. Keystone Kops come to life. She’ll keep Leno’s writers busy.

    I hope she wins so she can sue herself when she’s forced to put Obama on the ticket in 2012.

    How this imbecil can continue to call herself a ‘constitutional attorney’ is beyond my comprehension. Why won’t someone with a little weight on the issues call her out on this? She’s not even qualified to chase ambulances!

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    richsadz@q.com May 27, 2010 at 10:14 am #

    “She’s not even qualified to chase ambulances!”
    .
    I’m not sure about that, dogs chase ambulances don’t they.

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    MsDaisy May 27, 2010 at 11:22 am #

    Excuse me but… By what legal right can she promote herself as a “Conditional Attorney”? Did she take a class in an online correspondence school or something for that?

    Fraud I say! She’s committed fraud and lied to the voters of California…
    (Imaging that!)

    Hay Damon.. Did you catch that?

    Though Dunn is not likely to stoop to her level, in fact he probably is fully aware that she is quite capable of total self-annihilation all on her own and no more a threat to him at the polls than I am! LOL

    And did anyone notice her face when she commented about Damon Dunn stating that Obama was his hero? From her expression she apparently seems to think that was the dirtiest dig she could throw!

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    Jules May 27, 2010 at 12:13 pm #

    I find it funny that Ms Taitz talks so passionately about the sanctity of free elections when she devotes most of her time to trying to have the courts overturn the result of a free election that Barack Obama won decisively.

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    MsDaisy May 27, 2010 at 1:11 pm #

    Jules: I find it funny that Ms Taitz talks so passionately about the sanctity of free elections when she devotes most of her time to trying to have the courts overturn the result of a free election that Barack Obama won decisively.

    That AND while slandering her opponents in the SOS race, AND filing charges against them, AND calling on her all flying monkeys to do the same, AND trying her best to have all her opponents removed from the ticket claiming them guilty of fraud and or “Aiding and Abetting” fraud, (among other things.) I guess her birther brain thinks her best chance at winning is to have everyone else removed from the ticket.

  13. avatar
    Sef May 27, 2010 at 1:14 pm #

    richsadz@q.com: “She’s not even qualified to chase ambulances!”
    .
    I’m not sure about that, dogs chase ambulances don’t they.

    Is ambulance chasing just limited to dogs or do bitches do that too?

  14. avatar
    Dave May 27, 2010 at 1:28 pm #

    I think the deciding factor in this election will be her ineptitude at getting her message to the voters who would be receptive to it. According to her blog she’s been taking a pretty general approach, GOP functions and newspaper interviews. She’s probably stirring up 10 votes for Dunn for every one for herself. Had she found a way to target the nuts I think she would have done better. But “found a way” just isn’t her. It was all she could do to figure out how to get on the ballot.

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    Sef May 27, 2010 at 1:32 pm #

    Dave: I think the deciding factor in this election will be her ineptitude at getting her message to the voters who would be receptive to it. According to her blog she’s been taking a pretty general approach, GOP functions and newspaper interviews. She’s probably stirring up 10 votes for Dunn for every one for herself. Had she found a way to target the nuts I think she would have done better. But “found a way” just isn’t her. It was all she could do to figure out how to get on the ballot.

    Your analysis is probably correct. Her primary focus seems to be against Dunn, thus leading the voters to more closely examine him & make comparisons. This will be in her favor for a very limited number of voters.

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    JoZeppy May 27, 2010 at 1:46 pm #

    MsDaisy: Excuse me but… By what legal right can she promote herself as a “Conditional Attorney”? Did she take a class in an online correspondence school or something for that

    Conditional on the basis of the Cal bar not disbarring her 😉

    But going to the heart of the matter, I don’t know what California’s professional rules of conduct dictate, and I’m a touch lazy to check, but I know Maryland has strict restrictions on how you present yourself, and what you claim to be an expertise (pretty much, don’t do it, except if you do patent law, you can call yourself a patent attorney). I’d be curious if Cal. has any similar such restrictions….particularly since she is woefully unqualified to any claim of expertise in any field of law.

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    G May 27, 2010 at 3:22 pm #

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    Dave: I think the deciding factor in this election will be her ineptitude at getting her message to the voters who would be receptive to it. According to her blog she’s been taking a pretty general approach, GOP functions and newspaper interviews. She’s probably stirring up 10 votes for Dunn for every one for herself. Had she found a way to target the nuts I think she would have done better. But “found a way” just isn’t her. It was all she could do to figure out how to get on the ballot.

    It all depends on what portion of the GOP primary-voting base is still “sane” or radicalized. We automatically assume rational thought, which leads to the conclusion of primary voters distancing themselves from her the more they hear.

    As long as she puts up just enough “veneer” of credibility with dog-whistle speak designed to appeal to a riled-up base, she actually has a chance with the radicalized. Like with most things, they will selectively give her a “pass” on nutty stuff if they hear some red-meat things that they like. Tying Dunn to Obama could easily be effective to hurt him with this crowd as is the charge of saying that he was previously a democrat. In these ways, she can easily make these wedge issues that breed enough mistrust in Dunn, even if those folks don’t necessarily have any trust in Orly.

    Those that aren’t familiar with the whole birther stuff and don’t pay that much attention to politics might just hear her statements that she’s a “Constitutional lawyer” and has been working on “voter’s rights” concerns for the past few years and take her at her word for it. Lots of these folks won’t be aware of any of the crazy tactics that Orly is trying to pull behind the scenes, so the activities and bad behaviors of her and her flying monkeys won’t be noticed by this voting segment at all.

    Furthermore, any rational person hearing about Dunn’s past non-voting record is not going to look at that favorably, particularly for the role of SOS.

    So, when you step back and think about it, Orly actually might have a decent strategy for the primary against her opponent. As long as Dunn continues to take the high road and just ignore her, there is little opposition to correct the misstatements she makes or the mud she slings onto him. And limiting her actual appearances is probably a good thing, as we all know she’s more likely to come off nutty and damage herself any time she gets in front of a camera.

    Therefore, there is always a chance that she could pull the primary off. However, such an event would definitely make national news and bring her race into a more prominent spotlight and bring out all of her crazy to light and end up turning off many who innocently voted for her in the primary.

    So in summary, I think she actually could do well in the primary against the weaknesses of her opponent, but that she doesn’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell in the general.

  18. avatar
    Rickey May 27, 2010 at 4:21 pm #

    In other Orly news, the Court of Appeals in the Third District has shot down her demand for sanctions against Berg in the Liberi case.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/32017504/LIBERI-v-TAITZ-APPEAL-Order-Granting-Voluntary-Dismissal-Transport-Room-003110159381

    And she still hasn’t learned how to act like an attorney:

    Motion by Appellants to Withdraw Appeal Pursuant to Fed.R.App.P. 42(b) is hereby
    GRANTED. All remaining motions are DENIED. Counsel are admonished to avoid further invective and to confine themselves to civil and appropriately focused filings in any further appeal.

  19. avatar
    G May 27, 2010 at 4:31 pm #

    Rickey: Motion by Appellants to Withdraw Appeal Pursuant to Fed.R.App.P. 42(b) is hereby
    GRANTED. All remaining motions are DENIED. Counsel are admonished to avoid further invective and to confine themselves to civil and appropriately focused filings in any further appeal.

    Should we take bets on whether Orly will be able to comply?

    Or should I put it more simply…let’s take bets on how many days until Orly’s next improper ranting response is filed in this very same case… 😉