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Supreme Court v Obama? Taitz files again

Yesterday queen birther Orly Taitz filed a document [link to Taitz web site] with the federal court in the District of Columbia in her long gone case, Taitz v. Obama. It appears that she repackaged the FOIA results from the Strunk suit as new evidence. This case is already closed, but Taitz moved to reconsider, and this latest is in response to a motion in opposition to that reconsideration.

Orly wrote:

On September 15, 2010 Stephen Breyer, Justice of the Supreme Court, appeared on CNN Larry King show. When asked whether he will attend future “State of the Union” addresses in light of Barack Obama’s verbal attack on the Justices of the Supreme Court during the last “State of the Union Address”, Justice Breyer wisely responded, that he will attend,that the public needs to know, that they are protected, that these judges and this court will protect even ones that are not popular, institutions that are not popular, that this document (meaning U.S. Constitution o.t.) protects them….

Obama had criticized the Court’s ruling on a campaign finance case during the State of the Union Speech. Chief Justice Roberts told a group of students at the University of Alabama earlier this month:

“It does cause me to think whether or not it makes sense for us to be there” said the 55-year-old Roberts. “To the extent the State of the Union has degenerated into a political pep rally, I’m not sure why we’re there.”

Of course it seems to me that the President of the United States is also the leader of his political party and rightly a partisan official, while it is the Chief Justice who is the one out of line making such a blatantly partisan remark.

What Breyer actually said was this:

Breyer

KING: We’re back with Justice Stephen Breyer, associate justice of the Supreme Court. The president criticized the decision in campaign finance in his 2010 State of the Union. You were there. Chief Justice John Roberts later said the scene was troubling and wondered if justices should attend the State of the Union.

BREYER: I’m going to attend it. I’ve attended I think just about every one.

KING: Did you feel offended when he commented on it?

BREYER: I’ll tell you what I think about that, if you want. I think this is a chance, and important in today’s world particularly — you were saying it’s pretty visual. People look and they see, there is the federal government of the United States, Congress, president, cabinet, Joint Chiefs, and the judges are part of that. And I think it’s important that when people say there is the government, they be able to see the judges, too, because the judges are here, our court and others, to try to make certain that groups who are unpopular are protected when that document calls for their protection.

That’s a special thing we do and it’s important. And you need people who will support an institution that’s going to decide things they don’t like. Tough. So I want them to see that. And so my part in this is I will go. I will go.

What people say or don’t say when they’re in that room or out of that room is their affair.

KING: And it’s OK for a judge to smirk if he wishes to in commenting or visually commenting on what the president just said?

BREYER: Well, I have no idea what’s appropriate. I’ve learned — I do have an idea, and that depends on where you are. I’ve also learned be careful making comments from the bench. Don’t tell too many jokes. Tell a joke, the side that you favor will start laughing. And the other side will be annoyed. So be careful. And judges do —

CNN Transcripts

Justice Breyer wrote the dissenting opinion in Bush v Gore in 2000, the case that stopped the recount of votes in Florida, thereby assuring George Bush’s election. Breyer spoke of that decision in the King interview, saying something that Orly Taitz, and all of the anti-Obama insurrectionists should listen to very carefully:

BREYER: And I said I thought the court was wrong. But I heard Senator Reid say — this made an impression on me because I believed it and I believe he believed it. He said the most remarkable thing about that case is something that’s not often remarked. And that is even though, many people believe that case was wrong, imagine including him, certainly including me, OK, half the part country thought that. Important and wrong.

But there was not war in the streets. There were not guns. The country followed it. After the Guantanamo cases, President Bush said, I’ll follow it. He’d lost. That doesn’t mean I think it’s right. Vice President Gore said after that case, I saw in that film, he said, don’t trash the court. Behind those phrases lie 200 years of history. And it’s a history that’s tended to bring us together on balance.

28 Responses to Supreme Court v Obama? Taitz files again

  1. avatar
    SvenMagnussen September 25, 2010 at 3:01 pm #

    You can’t spread freedom and democracy when your own form a government is amendable due to political considerations of perceived wrongs and injustices, whether real or imagined, without a bedrock set of principles.

    Orly’s right. There is enough suspicion and doubt concerning Soebarkah’s eligibility it should be fully investigated and reported.

    Flame on my brothers and sisters from a another mother.

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    Nate Farmer September 25, 2010 at 3:09 pm #

    Nice job, Sven.

    Orly really nails it with, “… shows an egregious pattern of fraud and intent to cover up by Obama, which ultimately led to Taitz damages, since in his Illinois bar application Obama states, that he did not use other names. However, recently released 1969 passport records ( Exhibit C ) show that he went by the name Soebarkah and his School registration from Indonesia (Exhibit E) shows him using name Barry Soetoro.”

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    Slartibartfast September 25, 2010 at 3:20 pm #

    SvenMagnussen: You can’t spread freedom and democracy when your own form a government is amendable due to political considerations of perceived wrongs and injustices, whether real or imagined, without a bedrock set of principles.
    Orly’s right. There is enough suspicion and doubt concerning Soebarkah’s eligibility it should be fully investigated and reported.Flame on my brothers and sisters from a another mother.

    Sven,

    Since the the only credible evidence indicates that President Obama is a natural born citizen, that makes you and your ilk illogical, un-American, seditious hacks who routinely spit on the Constitution while defiling the flag that you wrap yourselves in. The founders of our country would be deeply ashamed of all of you.

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    richCares September 25, 2010 at 3:41 pm #

    sven, the poo flinger, and his sock puppet, poo eater, show up to spout nonsense. Hey poo guys, the birther issue is over, get with the times.

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    Black Lion September 25, 2010 at 4:00 pm #

    Nate Farmer: Nice job, Sven. Orly really nails it with, “… shows an egregious pattern of fraud and intent to cover up by Obama, which ultimately led to Taitz damages, since in his Illinois bar application Obama states, that he did not use other names. However, recently released 1969 passport records ( Exhibit C ) show that he went by the name Soebarkah and his School registration from Indonesia (Exhibit E) shows him using name Barry Soetoro.”

    Nate/Sven, we all know that you are the same person, so stop pretending. Secondly who is Soebarkah? Can you show us a document that states that this person existed? All I recall seeing was some name crossed out and that word written under it. Is it really a name? How do we know that it is not Indonesian for Sven?
    Either way what are you going to say when the SCOTUS denies Orly’s most recent pile of steaming waste? That the Court was wrong, the law is wrong, everyone is wrong but orly and Sven? You guys make us laugh. We are still waiting for the new chapter in your novel….

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    Reality Check September 25, 2010 at 4:47 pm #

    Poor Orly is now reduced to trying to revive long dead cases like raising zombies from the grave. Her less than sterling record to date suggests that this will be denied. Has Orly even ever won on a motion?

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    Dr. Conspiracy September 25, 2010 at 4:56 pm #

    Reality Check: Has Orly even ever won on a motion?

    Does being allowed to appear pro hac vice count? She also was able to get Robinson and Drake dropped from her suit in California, although they were reinstated.

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    Dr. Conspiracy September 25, 2010 at 7:43 pm #

    Reality Check: Poor Orly is now reduced to trying to revive long dead cases like raising zombies from the grave. Her less than sterling record to date suggests that this will be denied. Has Orly even ever won on a motion?

    Hey! No rushing the season. Halloween is next month.

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    BatGuano September 25, 2010 at 7:45 pm #

    SvenMagnussen: There is enough suspicion and doubt concerning Soebarkah’s eligibility

    correct me if i’m wrong sven but weren’t you one of the people ” 100% sure ” that the president was ” Barry Soetoro ” ? what part of ” 0% ” does ” Soebarkah ” fit in to ?

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    AnotherBird September 25, 2010 at 7:51 pm #

    Trying to match up what the Justice had said and what Taitz is impossible. She distorted everything Stephen Breyer said.

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    Sef September 25, 2010 at 7:59 pm #

    SvenMagnussen: There is enough suspicion and doubt concerning Soebarkah’s eligibility

    There is no doubt about S“barkah’s eligibility. Indonesians cannot be President.

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    AnotherBird September 25, 2010 at 8:05 pm #

    BatGuano:
    correct me if i’m wrong sven but weren’t you one of the people ” 100% sure ” that the president was ” Barry Soetoro ” ? what part of ” 0% ” does ” Soebarkah ” fit in to ?


    It comes from Orly Taitz latest legal filing.

    The logic follows that a woman who marries a man has his name appended to the end of hers. Thus, when it a woman marries a man her childrens name are changed by a truncation of her husband’s name and concatenated with a strange manipulation of the child’s name. Because it is customary for the wife to take on her husbands name.

    Birfers are funny. Always looking for the latest way of making no sense.

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    NBC September 25, 2010 at 8:29 pm #

    Orly’s logic is that any speculation should be considered sufficient evidence…

    Even though judges have attempted to educate her on these matters.

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    SvenMagnussen September 25, 2010 at 8:34 pm #

    AnotherBird:

    It comes from Orly Taitz latest legal filing.The logic follows that a woman who marries a man has his name appended to the end of hers. Thus, when it a woman marries a man her childrens name are changed by a truncation of her husband’s name and concatenated with a strange manipulation of the child’s name. Because it is customary for the wife to take on her husbands name.Birfers are funny. Always looking for the latest way of making no sense.

    Soebarkah is how they spell Soprano in the western Pacific.

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    AnotherBird September 25, 2010 at 8:50 pm #

    SvenMagnussen:
    Soebarkah is how they spell Soprano in the western Pacific.

    That is a very deep hole you have going there.

  16. avatar
    Sef September 25, 2010 at 8:58 pm #

    AnotherBird: That is a very deep hole you have going there.

    A?

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    Hawaiiborn September 26, 2010 at 5:15 am #

    AnotherBird:
    –That is a very deep hole you have going there.


    What do you mean? He’s already dug a hole to China. I dont know how much deeper once can get,

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    Paul Pieniezny September 26, 2010 at 6:26 am #

    And what evidence is there this Soebarkah refers to Obama? It is a common name in Indonesia, and surprise, surprise, it is also the name of a town. It could mean anything.

    This brouhaha about a name coming out of nowhere shows how birfing means looking for inconsistencies. Any. Whatever.

    Of course, to quote a notorious judge, “Unlike in “Alice in Wonderland…”

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    AnotherBird September 26, 2010 at 7:31 am #

    Hawaiiborn:

    What do you mean? He’s already dug a hole to China. I dont know how much deeper once can get,


    A wide hole. A deep hole. A long hole. A hundred holes. A worm hole. A rabbit hole. Anyways, he doesn’t seem to want to stop digging.

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    katahdin September 26, 2010 at 9:30 am #

    Anyone can play the game of “look for any unexplained thing and spin it into something sinister.”
    For example, there’s a town in Japan called Obama. Coincidence? There are no coincidences in birtherdom. Clearly, President Obama is secretly Japanese. He was planted in Hawaii (which is, after all, right next to Japan) to seek revenge for the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This dastardly Nipon agent has been trained from birth to implacably hate all things American and all thing military. He is clearly a long range missile aimed the American heartland; he wants to destoy our economy, our military, and especially all the white people. He really hates all the white people. Go ahead, Obots, find some flaw in that theory. I bet you can’t.

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    AnotherBird September 26, 2010 at 11:05 am #

    katahdin: Anyone can play the game of “look for any unexplained thing and spin it into something sinister.”
    For example, there’s a town in Japan called Obama. Coincidence? There are no coincidences in birtherdom. Clearly, President Obama is secretly Japanese. He was planted in Hawaii (which is, after all, right next to Japan) to seek revenge for the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. This dastardly Nipon agent has been trained from birth to implacably hate all things American and all thing military. He is clearly a long range missile aimed the American heartland; he wants to destoy our economy, our military, and especially all the white people. He really hates all the white people. Go ahead, Obots, find some flaw in that theory. I bet you can’t.

    —-

    Actually, it is coincidence that two proper names appear the same from two totally different languages. Also, the pronunciation is slightly different and the place is written (small)(beach) 小浜.

    One of the nations that have bought a lot of Americas dept is Japan.

    Obama material grandparents are both “white people,” and they both had a significant role in raising him.

    The rise of the Japanese industrial machine was in response to the loss of the war.

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    Nate Farmer September 26, 2010 at 9:02 pm #

    Paul Pieniezny: And what evidence is there this Soebarkah refers to Obama?

    I see that Orly has graciously posted the Allen FOIA docs in side-by-side pdf files.

    Thank you, Orly.

    In those docs, you’ll see Lolo Soetoro clearly identified as the recipient of a full scholarship. Yet, Lolo signed the doc as “Soetoro M.”

    Consequently, I think we can reasonably conclude Soebarkah was the name chosen by SAD Soetoro and Lolo to conform with the culture and custom at the time for an Indonesian National.

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    Black Lion September 26, 2010 at 9:42 pm #

    Nate Farmer: I see that Orly has graciously posted the Allen FOIA docs in side-by-side pdf files. Thank you, Orly.In those docs, you’ll see Lolo Soetoro clearly identified as the recipient of a full scholarship. Yet, Lolo signed the doc as “Soetoro M.”Consequently, I think we can reasonably conclude Soebarkah was the name chosen by SAD Soetoro and Lolo to conform with the culture and custom at the time for an Indonesian National.

    Sven, really? You can reasonable conclude means in English I have no evidence other than my usual wild speculation. No evidence has ever been presented that the name Soebarkah is the name of a person or Indonesian for Sven is an idiot. If only proof could be provided that it is even a name of someone or referred to a person then maybe I would have some almost evidence to support my fantasies….

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    Rickey September 26, 2010 at 9:56 pm #

    Nate Farmer:
    Consequently, I think we can reasonably conclude Soebarkah was the name chosen by SAD Soetoro and Lolo to conform with the culture and custom at the time for an Indonesian National.

    It’s odd, then, that he wasn’t registered at school in Indonesia as Soebarkah. But I’m sure that you have an imaginary explanation for that.

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    obsolete September 27, 2010 at 1:06 am #

    Rickey: It’s odd, then, that he wasn’t registered at school in Indonesia as Soebarkah. But I’m sure that you have an imaginary explanation for that.

    Because it was only bestowed upon him after he renounced his US citizenship- it translates into “little dark Kenyan who will one day usurrp and destroy America”.
    He was thus named by the great Grand Poo-bah of Indonesia himself.

    Sven, you can use this in your novel for free. It makes more sense than 97.4 % of your theories.

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    Nate Farmer September 27, 2010 at 5:59 am #

    Rickey:
    It’s odd, then, that he wasn’t registered at school in Indonesia as Soebarkah. But I’m sure that you have an imaginary explanation for that.

    I understand your anger. You’ve been lied to and cheated. You’re unwilling to admit it because it hurts too much.

    That’s okay. I’m here for you.

  27. avatar
    ellid September 27, 2010 at 7:32 am #

    SvenMagnussen: You can’t spread freedom and democracy when your own form a government is amendable due to political considerations of perceived wrongs and injustices, whether real or imagined, without a bedrock set of principles.
    Orly’s right. There is enough suspicion and doubt concerning Soebarkah’s eligibility it should be fully investigated and reported.Flame on my brothers and sisters from a another mother.

    Please stop including extra letters and articles. It makes you look even sillier than you already are.

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    AnotherBird September 27, 2010 at 9:16 am #

    Nate Farmer:
    I understand your anger. You’ve been lied to and cheated. You’re unwilling to admit it because it hurts too much.
    That’s okay. I’m here for you.

    Huh. Are you trying to console yourself about Obama being a natural born citizen. 2 years have passed on the only thing we know is that Obama was born in Hawaii, and won the 2008 election. When you can produce anything that will challenge that we will listen.