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Birther Utah Senate candidate “files” amicus brief on behalf of LTC Terry Lakin

Cody Robert Judy, Utah candidate for the US Senate, says that he has “filed” an amicus curiae brief in support of Lt. Col. Terry Lakin, an Army physician who refused to follow orders until somebody proved to him that Obama is eligible to be president. (This is the same Judy who was a co-defendant in the now-dismissed Barnett v Obama lawsuit.)

I put “filed” in quotation marks because it looks more like he just sent an email to Investigating Officer LTC Driscoll. According to military lawyer Philip D. Cave, CDR, JAGC, USN (Ret.), Judy’s document will not be accepted [featured hyperlink] for a number of reasons, including the fact that Judy is not an attorney (a requirement).

Cody Judy was also a witness at the Pastor Manning Blood of Jesus v Obama trial in Harlem:

Cody Robert Judy also recently testified in the CIA Columbia Obama Trial as an injured presidential candidate, who by being in the same Presidential race as Obama has standing, and who swore to tell the truth at the trial where a 10 Amendment Court was held, a Jury selected, Defendant’s were served and given the chance to defend themselves, 6 days of trial witnesses and evidence were produced, and the Jury rendered a guilty verdict on 17 accounts ranging from fraud to sedition on Barack Hussein Obama, Michael Sovern, and Columbia University….

The Frame Work of the CIA Columbia Obama Trial held in Harlem, NY May 14-19th 2010, brought a comprehensive and collection of evidence never before packaged in such a way at great cost and sacrifice and should be presented for Senate/House Congressional Trial to Judicial Committee by a coalition of presenters, and to this Military Court….

Judy amicus brief [bad grammar and Constitutional errors in the original]

That reads like something Orly Taitz could have written. Read on for Judy campaign video where he pledges to question Obama’s eligibility in the Senate.

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39 Responses to Birther Utah Senate candidate “files” amicus brief on behalf of LTC Terry Lakin

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    Rickey July 28, 2010 at 12:56 am #

    Cody Robert Judy reportedly is a convicted felon:

    Cody Robert Judy (born 1966) is an American who publicly accosted Howard W. Hunter, an official of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, on February 7, 1993.

    Events of February 7, 1993

    While preparing to speak at a “fireside” lecture being held at Brigham Young University’s Marriott Center on February 7, 1993, then President of the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles Hunter was confronted by Judy, who rushed onto the rostrum and threatened Hunter and the audience of 15,000–17,000. Judy carried a briefcase that he claimed contained a bomb, and held what appeared to be a detonator-like device. Judy demanded that Hunter read a three-page document that supposedly detailed God’s plan for Judy to lead the church, which Hunter refused to do. After assaulting an elderly man who had approached him asking him to stop what he was doing, Judy ordered everyone to leave the rostrum except for Hunter; however, Hunter’s bodyguards refused to leave. The audience spontaneously sang “We Thank Thee, O God, for a Prophet”, during which a man in the front row sprayed Judy with pepper spray. Students from the audience and then security personnel overtook him. After Judy was taken away, Hunter delivered his prepared remarks, a talk on facing adversity entitled, “An Anchor to the Souls of Men.” The police later examined the briefcase and determined that it contained only books and papers and the detonator-like device was a telephone wrapped in electrical tape.

    The fireside was being broadcast live, but was blacked-out as the hostage incident began. The entire fireside, including the blacked-out portion with Judy, was recorded by the Church Educational System, which holds a copyright on the material, and the incident has not been included in any re-broadcasts and recordings of the fireside released by the church. Portions of the blacked-out section were made available to the Utah County Attorney’s office for purposes of prosecution, and later forwarded to the Utah Board of Pardons, but have not been made available to the public.

    Judy was sentenced to one to 15 years in prison for the act. He was initially housed at the Utah State Hospital’s forensic unit in Provo, Utah, but spent some time at the Utah State Prison after refusing to take his psychiatric medication. In 1993, Judy escaped from the Utah State Hospital but was quickly apprehended after being tracked by K9 units. He was paroled in November of 2000 after serving seven years.

    During an interview on Salt Lake City’s X96’s Radio From Hell show, Judy claimed that he was not really lying, but simply referring to a Book of Mormon by its initials, BOM.

    In 2002, Judy ran as a write-in candidate for an open Utah seat in the U.S. House of Representatives. Judy received eight votes.

    In 2004, Judy lost as a write-in candidate for the United States Senate against Senator Bob Bennett, receiving sixteen votes.

    http://www.ourcampaigns.com/CandidateDetail.html?CandidateID=43333

    The birthers can really pick ’em.

  2. avatar
    Reality Check July 28, 2010 at 7:07 am #

    I am sure this will be of great benefit to LTC Lakin! (ROTFLMAO)

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    AnotherBird July 28, 2010 at 7:50 am #

    Reality Check: I am sure this will be of great benefit to LTC Lakin! (ROTFLMAO)

    No, it is was suppose to help Cody Robert Judy Senate campaign. Use an issue to increase donations, make a great informative video. His amicus curiae brief will be ignored. His video is full steam ahead into a train wreck.

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    MsDaisy July 28, 2010 at 9:25 am #

    It seems his video has already “been removed by user”. Shame, I was looking forward to that.

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    AnotherBird July 28, 2010 at 9:56 am #

    MsDaisy: It seems his video has already “been removed by user”.Shame, I was looking forward to that.

    Please look for “The Constitution Tracks” on YouTube it is watch?v=iDV55AW588s. I had the same problem. Cody Robert Judy is very clear in the only reason he is running for the Senate.

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    DaveH July 28, 2010 at 10:57 am #

    AnotherBird: Please look for “The Constitution Tracks” on YouTube it is watch?v=iDV55AW588s. I had the same problem. Cody Robert Judy is very clear in the only reason he is running for the Senate.

    Yes. I’m quite impressed with Cody Robert Judy’s YouTube channel. He has a total of 9 friends and 11 subscribers. I am just positive that he will have a lot of success in his bid for the senate seat.

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    Sxeptomaniac July 28, 2010 at 11:01 am #

    Rickey: Cody Robert Judy reportedly is a convicted felon:Cody Robert Judy (born 1966) is an American who publicly accosted Howard W. Hunter, an official of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, on February 7, 1993. …(snip)…
    The birthers can really pick em.

    Beggars can’t be choosers. Metaphorically speaking, they’ve only got a kiddie pool brimming with delusional and crazy to pick from, so they take whatever floats to the top. Throw back people like Judy and Taitz, and they might not be able to find others with the requisite skills, dedication, and… “personality.”

  8. avatar
    Gordon July 28, 2010 at 12:51 pm #

    Utah is a strange place, almost like another planet.

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    Black Lion July 28, 2010 at 1:09 pm #

    Did anyone atcually read the link Doc provided regarding Cmdr Cave? Our old friend BZ was over there. Boy is she one disturbed individual. Her delusions may not even be treatable with medicine. Her belief that the state of HI is covering for Obama and have admitted that they have an amended COLB for him is so strong that you have to shake your head in disbelief. And even though she is not a lawyer, she believes that Lakin should be able to use the Obama eligibility matter as a defense. Even when all of the other legal experts showed her otherwise. And she didn’t like her so called researched being impeached by people using Dr. C’s research.

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    Majority Will July 28, 2010 at 1:14 pm #

    Black Lion: Did anyone atcually read the link Doc provided regarding Cmdr Cave?Our old friend BZ was over there.Boy is she one disturbed individual.Her delusions may not even be treatable with medicine.Her belief that the state of HI is covering for Obama and have admitted that they have an amended COLB for him is so strong that you have to shake your head in disbelief.And even though she is not a lawyer, she believes that Lakin should be able to use the Obama eligibility matter as a defense.Even when all of the other legal experts showed her otherwise.And she didn’t like her so called researched being impeached by people using Dr. C’s research.

    She says she’s a teacher. That could be considered child abuse.

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    Black Lion July 28, 2010 at 2:06 pm #

    Majority Will: She says she’s a teacher. That could be considered child abuse.

    They do say “those that can’t do teach”….But BZ is in a whole different category….Not only is she delusional she can’t even get simple facts correct. Yet people are supposed to believe her over competent attorneys….Amazing…

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    Dr. Kenneth Noisewater (Bob Ross) July 28, 2010 at 2:28 pm #

    Black Lion:
    They do say “those that can’t do teach”….But BZ is in a whole different category….Not only is she delusional she can’t even get simple facts correct.Yet people are supposed to believe her over competent attorneys….Amazing…

    Wow just reading her posts I get the feeling she’s one of those teachers that likes to give lectures just to hear herself talk and make her feel like she knows stuff.

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    ASK Esq July 28, 2010 at 3:47 pm #

    I fully expect to see Lakin and Jansen complain about this “brief” not being accepted by the examining officer. No doubt they will claim it to be an example of bias against Lakin. No mention of the utter worthlessness of the “brief” or the dubious mental condition of Judy will be made.

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    Majority Will July 28, 2010 at 4:02 pm #

    ASK Esq: I fully expect to see Lakin and Jansen complain about this “brief” not being accepted by the examining officer. No doubt they will claim it to be an example of bias against Lakin. No mention of the utter worthlessness of the “brief” or the dubious mental condition of Judy will be made.

    Is an Army JAG attorney assisting the defense?

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    Sef July 28, 2010 at 6:16 pm #

    Majority Will:
    Is an Army JAG attorney assisting the defense?

    An Army attorney has been assigned. The question is whether Lakin or Jensen is listening to him. (And how well he is doing a CYA for the eventual complaint about ineffective counsel. Document! Document! Document!)

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    Dr. Conspiracy July 28, 2010 at 7:09 pm #

    Black Lion: And she didn’t like her so called researched being impeached by people using Dr. C’s research.

    I hear the word research from time to time in this Obama Conspiracy business. Certainly the “Goggling” most of us do hardly compares to serious research. I resist using the term about what I do here. I did a few thing, like making available the text of A. P. Hinman’s book, and digging into the Smith/Ramsay controversy. The best I can say is that I tried to present what I found honestly and in context.

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    Sxeptomaniac July 28, 2010 at 7:17 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    I hear the word research from time to time in this Obama Conspiracy business. Certainly the “Goggling” most of us do hardly compares to serious research. I resist using the term about what I do here. I did a few thing, like making available the text of A. P. Hinman’s book, and digging into the Smith/Ramsay controversy. The best I can say is that I tried to present what I found honestly and in context.

    True, but it certainly is far better than what I often see coming from birthers and similarly extreme conservatives. It’s not unusual to see “facts” that I’d be hard-pressed to explain any other way than as outright lies, as there’s no way they could have been reasonably interpreted from any legitimate source.

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    AnotherBird July 28, 2010 at 8:18 pm #

    Sef:
    An Army attorney has been assigned.The question is whether Lakin or Jensen is listening to him. (And how well he is doing a CYA for the eventual complaint about ineffective counsel.Document! Document! Document!)

    Isn’t Jensen just a relevant as Judy to Lakin’s trail? Lakin didn’t listen when people tried to talk him that is the reason he is in the predicament. However, it will be interesting to see how sensible he becomes as his trial progresses.

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    Rickey July 28, 2010 at 9:42 pm #

    Sef:
    An Army attorney has been assigned.The question is whether Lakin or Jensen is listening to him. (And how well he is doing a CYA for the eventual complaint about ineffective counsel.Document! Document! Document!)

    Major Matthew J . Kemkes has been appointed to defend Lakin, at no cost to Lakin. Hiring a private attorney (Jensen) is Lakin’s responsibility, although presumably the PayPal button has raised some funds for him.

    I doubt that the ineffective counsel arguments works in the case of a court-martial. Presumably Major Kemkes knows his stuff, but I don’t know how much he can do about it if Lakin decides to follow Jensen’s advice. And I’m sure that Major Kemkes is putting his legal advice to Lakin in writing. I’m sure that there also is correspondence from Kemkes to Jensen.

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    Rickey July 28, 2010 at 9:51 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    I hear the word research from time to time in this Obama Conspiracy business. Certainly the “Goggling” most of us do hardly compares to serious research. I resist using the term about what I do here. I did a few thing, like making available the text of A. P. Hinman’s book, and digging into the Smith/Ramsay controversy. The best I can say is that I tried to present what I found honestly and in context.

    Most of it doesn’t constitute scholarly research, but the regulars here who aren’t birthers do their best to stick to facts, and they mostly provide links or identify their sources. And when an error is pointed out, it is rarely repeated. That alone puts this site head and shoulders above the likes of WND, Post & eFail, etc.

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    Black Lion July 29, 2010 at 9:18 am #

    Rickey: Most of it doesn’t constitute scholarly research, but the regulars here who aren’t birthers do their best to stick to facts, and they mostly provide links or identify their sources. And when an error is pointed out, it is rarely repeated. That alone puts this site head and shoulders above the likes of WND, Post & eFail, etc.

    Agreed…However research can mean many things. The major difference between your site doc and others is that you cite your work and source your information. Most of the posters here do the same. But for the most part the birthers used terms like “I read somewhere” or “I heard” or “someone said” to make their points and never source their so called information. And when you call them on it their usual excuse is that they lost the original article or their computer had a virus and the information was lost. Or in the rare occasion that something is sourced, it is usually an article that has been parsed or edited to make it support their ridiculous claims. For instance BZ entire rant is based off what the state of HI did not say and what terminology they used, but she never references the original exchange, just her interpretation…

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    Dr. Conspiracy July 29, 2010 at 10:27 am #

    Black Lion: For instance BZ entire rant is based off what the state of HI did not say and what terminology they used, but she never references the original exchange, just her interpretation

    My recollection is that Butterdezillion was rather thorough in documenting her exchanges with the DoH. The OIP link I gave in a prior comment, for example, I got from her site.

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    Black Lion July 29, 2010 at 11:19 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy: My recollection is that Butterdezillion was rather thorough in documenting her exchanges with the DoH. The OIP link I gave in a prior comment, for example, I got from her site.

    Yes, but her interpretation was what she percieved them to mean. She would make claims based on those exchanges that did not support her. And her posts on the military blog regarding Lakin she was caught more than once misrepresenting something or not providing the requesite supporting info. Not to mention a majority of her rant is based on what the DoH did not say rather than what they did say. For example she feels that vital records means the record was amended, hence the plural. As she was debated by people knowledgable of the legal system you could see her argument failing to the point that she declined to respond anymore…..

  24. avatar
    Black Lion July 29, 2010 at 11:47 am #

    Republican Tea Party Contract

    For the better part of the past year, Republicans have tried to come up with a new agenda for the American people with mixed results. However, with the Tea Party now the most potent force in Republican politics, and with the recent launch of the Tea Party Caucus on Capitol Hill garnering the support of Republican leaders like National Republican Congressional Committee Chair Pete Sessions and Republican Caucus Chair Mike Pence, the Republican Party agenda has become clear. Republican leaders and Tea Party-supported Republican candidates can now rally around the “Republican Tea Party Contract on America” as the blueprint for how they would govern.

    1. Repeal the Affordable Care Act (Health Insurance Reform)

    Put insurance companies back in charge, repeal tax credits for small businesses, allow insurance companies to deny coverage based on preexisting conditions and to drop coverage when a person gets too sick and make prescription drugs for seniors less affordable.

    2. Privatize Social Security or phase it out altogether

    Turn the guaranteed retirement benefits of America’s seniors over to Wall Street CEOs by putting Social Security at risk in the stock market or, as some Republicans have called for, phase out Social Security altogether and end a program millions of American seniors rely on for their survival.

    3. End Medicare as it presently exists

    Phase out and end Medicare as it presently exists for future generations of seniors — ending Medicare’s guaranteed healthcare benefits for more than 40 million American seniors — and replace it with a voucher system which will result in higher premiums and fewer services for seniors.

    4. Extend the Bush tax breaks for the wealthy and big oil

    At a cost of nearly $700 billion, extend the Bush tax breaks for the wealthiest Americans and big oil, which are set to expire and which have and will continue to explode the federal budget deficit.

    5. Repeal Wall Street Reform

    Roll back the toughest consumer protections ever enacted, allow banks to continue to grow too big to fail, and ensure that predatory lenders continue to utilize their most abusive practices.

    6. Protect those responsible for the oil spill and future environmental catastrophes

    Cap liabilities for those responsible for environmental disasters like the Gulf oil spill and let companies like BP decide which victims deserve compensation for the disaster and what the timeline for relief should be.

    7. Abolish the Department of Education

    Put the big banks back in charge of student loans and put an end to federal assistance for public schools.

    8. Abolish the Department of Energy

    End America’s investments in a clean-energy future and disband the organization responsible for oversight of nuclear materials.

    9. Abolish the Environmental Protection Agency

    Gut the Clean Air Act and Clean Water Act — which together protect our kids from air pollution and keep drinking water safe — and disband the watchdog that holds polluters accountable.

    10. Repeal the 17th Amendment

    Take away your right to pick your U.S. Senator.

    http://my.democrats.org/page/content/tpgop

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    Dr. Kenneth Noisewater (Bob Ross) July 29, 2010 at 11:53 am #

    Funny Black Lion that’s the exact same agenda Bush and Co wanted.

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    Rickey July 29, 2010 at 12:42 pm #

    Phil Cave has a poster named Colleen who is at least as nutty as Butterdezillion:

    I for one do not believe Obama is eligible to be president. I’m glad Lakin is challenging his eligibility and sometimes a person just has to take a stand.

    If you want me to leave the discussion, I’ll respect that, since this page seems to be about everything Lakin is doing wrong. Bob, I have nothing to hide. Dig away. I’ll even fill in some blanks for you if you want. Since you’ve posted my email, feel free to question me.

    Win or lose in the Lakin case, protocol or no protocol, I’ll stand with Lakin because I don’t believe Obama has a right to be president, and I also believe there are enough of his crimes in the open that even if he were eligible, his crimes are enough to start impeachment. He bows to kings and trashes the United States to other leaders. He doesn’t represent America. He represents his own religion…Muslim/Islam. Where is the ACLU screaming out separation of church and state when it comes to Obama’s Muslim activities? There is none. Apparently, he’s the first president the ACLU embraces and allows to mix religion with state.

    Funding for a mosque at ground zero? Wow. The ACLU would be ALL OVER that if a church got taxpayer money for a Christian church at ground zero.

    Taxpayer money for the proposed lower Manhattan mosque? I wonder why she came up with that.

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    Dr. Kenneth Noisewater (Bob Ross) July 29, 2010 at 12:59 pm #

    Rickey: Phil Cave has a poster named Colleen who is at least as nutty as Butterdezillion:I for one do not believe Obama is eligible to be president. I’m glad Lakin is challenging his eligibility and sometimes a person just has to take a stand.If you want me to leave the discussion, I’ll respect that, since this page seems to be about everything Lakin is doing wrong. Bob, I have nothing to hide. Dig away. I’ll even fill in some blanks for you if you want. Since you’ve posted my email, feel free to question me.Win or lose in the Lakin case, protocol or no protocol, I’ll stand with Lakin because I don’t believe Obama has a right to be president, and I also believe there are enough of his crimes in the open that even if he were eligible, his crimes are enough to start impeachment. He bows to kings and trashes the United States to other leaders. He doesn’t represent America. He represents his own religion…Muslim/Islam. Where is the ACLU screaming out separation of church and state when it comes to Obama’s Muslim activities? There is none. Apparently, he’s the first president the ACLU embraces and allows to mix religion with state.Funding for a mosque at ground zero? Wow. The ACLU would be ALL OVER that if a church got taxpayer money for a Christian church at ground zero.Taxpayer money for the proposed lower Manhattan mosque? I wonder why she came up with that.

    Yeah I outed her and now she’s pissed she still didn’t answer my question

  28. avatar
    Majority Will July 29, 2010 at 1:09 pm #

    Rickey: Phil Cave has a poster named Colleen who is at least as nutty as Butterdezillion:I for one do not believe Obama is eligible to be president. I’m glad Lakin is challenging his eligibility and sometimes a person just has to take a stand.If you want me to leave the discussion, I’ll respect that, since this page seems to be about everything Lakin is doing wrong. Bob, I have nothing to hide. Dig away. I’ll even fill in some blanks for you if you want. Since you’ve posted my email, feel free to question me.Win or lose in the Lakin case, protocol or no protocol, I’ll stand with Lakin because I don’t believe Obama has a right to be president, and I also believe there are enough of his crimes in the open that even if he were eligible, his crimes are enough to start impeachment. He bows to kings and trashes the United States to other leaders. He doesn’t represent America. He represents his own religion…Muslim/Islam. Where is the ACLU screaming out separation of church and state when it comes to Obama’s Muslim activities? There is none. Apparently, he’s the first president the ACLU embraces and allows to mix religion with state.

    Funding for a mosque at ground zero? Wow. The ACLU would be ALL OVER that if a church got taxpayer money for a Christian church at ground zero.Taxpayer money for the proposed lower Manhattan mosque? I wonder why she came up with that.

    Check out her Facebook page. It has links to her husband’s and her blog with a Samoan country code (ws) and fun little recipes like grilled stuffed zucchini. Evidently, she had some personal court troubles (and represented herself in court) and now believes they are all likely corrupt and in on the conspiracy to keep Obama in office.

    Colleen: “I spent seven years in litigation, as a pro se litigant, facing JAG, DOJ and corporate lawyers. I watched as top military clearances were handed to enemies of America. I watched as corrupted code was deliberately put into mission critical military components, by contractors who forced the government to keep giving them funding, and if they didn’t get the funding, their Congress pet puppets would earmark the funding, while the corporations continued to job security code in mission critical software the military depends on. I watched the military remove a soldier and transfer him because he exposed the same corruption I did.”

    On a separate post:
    “I’m hoping evidence will be allowed in the military court. I can only speak of my experience in civilian court, and I know a judge can stop evidence if it suits them. I later learned the courts had a state-wide contract with the defendants, and the judges didn’t want evidence to be allowed. So, I can only base my opinion on what I experienced. I hope the military judges don’t have a stake in the outcome of this case, and they will allow evidence from Lakin. Time will tell.”

    She has admitted her Facebook page supporting Lakin does not allow dissenting opinions which would have to include facts. It’s an extremely defensive and puerile position but certainly not surprising. Birthers can’t handle the truth.

    Colleen: “Yes, it is a support page. There enough Lakin bashing pages out there that if one had the need to bash him, they can go to many and take their pick. Ours is not one them; hence, support page. Get it? If people aren’t there to support him, then they have no business to post on it.”

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    Dr. Kenneth Noisewater (Bob Ross) July 29, 2010 at 1:10 pm #

    Rickey: Phil Cave has a poster named Colleen who is at least as nutty as Butterdezillion:I for one do not believe Obama is eligible to be president. I’m glad Lakin is challenging his eligibility and sometimes a person just has to take a stand.If you want me to leave the discussion, I’ll respect that, since this page seems to be about everything Lakin is doing wrong. Bob, I have nothing to hide. Dig away. I’ll even fill in some blanks for you if you want. Since you’ve posted my email, feel free to question me.Win or lose in the Lakin case, protocol or no protocol, I’ll stand with Lakin because I don’t believe Obama has a right to be president, and I also believe there are enough of his crimes in the open that even if he were eligible, his crimes are enough to start impeachment. He bows to kings and trashes the United States to other leaders. He doesn’t represent America. He represents his own religion…Muslim/Islam. Where is the ACLU screaming out separation of church and state when it comes to Obama’s Muslim activities? There is none. Apparently, he’s the first president the ACLU embraces and allows to mix religion with state.Funding for a mosque at ground zero? Wow. The ACLU would be ALL OVER that if a church got taxpayer money for a Christian church at ground zero.Taxpayer money for the proposed lower Manhattan mosque? I wonder why she came up with that.

    Also I think she has a little problem with the understanding as to what would breach the barrier needed to be considered a High Crime and Misdemeanor in order for Impeachment to be considered.

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    Rickey July 29, 2010 at 2:13 pm #

    Dr. Kenneth Noisewater (Bob Ross):
    Yeah I outed her and now she’s pissed she still didn’t answer my question

    She also accuses Phil of allowing her e-mail address to be seen, so she doesn’t even seem to realize that she did that to herself. Click on her name and it leads you to her Facebook page, and that is where she published her e-mail address.

    I read some of her blog, and she is a perfect example of the people who vote against their own interests. She is $100,000 in debt (apparently that has something to do with her ill-advised decision to engage in Federal Court litigation pro se), her husband lost his job, etc.

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    G July 29, 2010 at 2:37 pm #

    Folks like this Colleen & BZ and other birthers seem to have similar traits – they constantly make bad decisions in life and have a deep-seated need to blame everyone else for their problems. They seem incapable of learning from their mistakes and any attempt to educate them is just seen as evidence of a “conspiracy” against them. They are sad and hopeless and nothing but a product of their own bad judgment and failures. If anything, their own extremely messed up personal life situations are just further evidence that maybe we need to redefine what it means for folks with mental illnesses to be able to function in society on their own…

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    Black Lion July 29, 2010 at 2:53 pm #

    The latest regarding Lakin….

    “The Army doctor who is facing a court martial for refusing to obey orders, including a deployment order for his second tour of duty in Afghanistan, has formally requested his Commanding General approve a deposition in Hawaii of the records-keeper of the State Department of Health—and the production of all of their records concerning Barack Obama.”

    http://www.safeguardourconstitution.com/press-release/pressrelease20100728.html

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    G July 29, 2010 at 3:07 pm #

    Black Lion: The latest regarding Lakin….“The Army doctor who is facing a court martial for refusing to obey orders, including a deployment order for his second tour of duty in Afghanistan, has formally requested his Commanding General approve a deposition in Hawaii of the records-keeper of the State Department of Health—and the production of all of their records concerning Barack Obama.”http://www.safeguardourconstitution.com/press-release/pressrelease20100728.html

    LMAO! Yeah, good luck with that…

    I think we can all easily predict the FAIL that this request is headed for…

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    Majority Will July 29, 2010 at 3:47 pm #

    G:
    LMAO!Yeah, good luck with that…I think we can all easily predict the FAIL that this request is headed for…

    And the inevitable, erroneous birther whine that Lakin was denied a fair trial. Idiots.

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    Keith July 29, 2010 at 6:51 pm #

    Dr. Kenneth Noisewater (Bob Ross): Also I think she has a little problem with the understanding as to what would breach the barrier needed to be considered a High Crime and Misdemeanor in order for Impeachment to be considered.

    That would be ‘smoking’ a cigar, wouldn’t it?

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    Black Lion August 3, 2010 at 2:33 pm #

    More Lakin derangement from the Post and Fail….

    http://www.thepostemail.com/2010/08/02/lt-col-lakin-court-martial-scheduled-for-aug-6-2/#comments

    “On August 6, 2010 at Ft. McNair in Washington, D.C., the court will convene for the purpose of Judge Lind taking Lakin’s plea to the charges which consist of “missing movement” and of refusing to obey orders. Today Lakin stated: “I am not guilty of these charges, and will plead not guilty’ to them because of my conviction that our Commander-in-Chief may be ineligible under the United States Constitution to serve in that highest of all offices. The truth matters. The Constitution matters. If President Obama is a natural born citizen then the American people deserve to see proof, and if he is not, then I believe the orders in this case were illegal.” If convicted, Lakin faces up to four years at hard labor in a federal penitentiary.

    In standing up for his convictions and in keeping with his training that illegal orders must be disobeyed, LTC Lakin has been widely praised for upholding the rule of law and the paramount supremacy in our society of the United States Constitution.

    Lakin is represented by military counsel, and by Paul Jensen, a civilian attorney from California who has been provided to him by the American Patriot Foundation, a non-profit group incorporated in 2003 to foster appreciation and respect for the U.S. Constitution, which has established a fund for Lakin’s legal defense.”

    And of course the humorous comments…

    A pen says:
    Tuesday, August 3, 2010 at 5:57 AM
    I discovered a case where an order given is actually able to be traced back the chain of command such that there is no difference in its effect. It would appear that the deployment and orders there must originate at the CiC for a war. This being the case it is material to Mr. Lakin who originates the order just as in this case linked but for different reasons. The linked case is showing the legality of an order flowing down a chain of command and when questioned also is validated going back to the originator of the order. The judge found there was no difference between the origin of the order and the person actually discharging it.

    Peruse it for what it shows; http://www.armfor.uscourts.gov/opinions/2008SepTerm/08-0779.pdf

    At the very least the court will have to explain how it is that BHO, having been challenged, is not material to the order to deploy to a war zone. In essence if he is immaterial then any officer can order troops to war and there is no function for a CiC or the Constitution, for that matter.

    rick says:
    Tuesday, August 3, 2010 at 11:42 AM
    Geneva Convention sir ! Under the laws of such , if Mr Obama is not eligible and one becomes a POW , The Geneva convention DOES NOT protect him . That is why eligibility is such a powerful issue . Same as the trials against officers of Germany after wwII . Many were illigitimate and were HUNG for it .

    Harry H says:
    Monday, August 2, 2010 at 2:09 PM
    Let us hope that the trial does indeed begin, and perhaps even end, before the elections on Nov. 2. The public needs to think about what having an illegal Commander-in-Chief means to America. The Democrats/Socialists must be punished at the polls for putting a possible foreigner–undoubtedly the ineligible son of a foreigner–into the White House.

  37. avatar
    AnotherBird August 3, 2010 at 3:45 pm #

    Black Lion: The Post Email ” … LTC Lakin has been widely praised…”

    Yes, Lakin is being praised or patted on the back with the left hand, while they take money with the right hand. It is hard who is the bigger fool; Lakin or the people who are donating money to the American Patriot Foundation. Lakin will go to jail.

  38. avatar
    BatGuano August 3, 2010 at 4:33 pm #

    AnotherBird: while they take money with the right hand.

    found an interesting revue of American Patriot Foundation calling into question their use of funds in the lakin case as they pertain to US tax laws.

    http://greatnonprofits.org/whitelabel/reviews/american-patriot-foundation-inc

    ( 2nd review of the two……… it’s pretty easy to distinguish ).

  39. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy August 3, 2010 at 9:48 pm #

    Black Lion (quoting): Peruse it for what it shows; http://www.armfor.uscourts.gov/opinions/2008SepTerm/08-0779.pdf

    It shows nothing remotely relevant to Lakin’s case.