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Berg to appeal

Just when you thought the docket was clear, attorney Phil Berg told supporters in an email today that he was preparing to appeal his case, Berg as Relator v Obama, the notorious “sealed” case, to the US Supreme Court. Berg said:

Obamacrimes will be appealing the decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia in our False Claims Act [Qui Tam] case where I, as Relator, have sued Obama claiming that Obama is not ‘natural born’, not ‘naturalized, but Obama is an ‘illegal alien‘ and therefore, his salary and benefits from being a U.S. senator from Illinois must be returned to the U.S. Treasury, an amount in excess of One Million [$1,000,000] dollars.

Berg says the Supreme Court filing will cost $10,000 and that donations are needed ASAP. The latest from Phil Berg can be found on his web site, ObamaCrimes.com

21 Responses to Berg to appeal

  1. avatar
    Daniel December 2, 2010 at 1:00 pm #

    You know…. if every person that attended his rally would donate just one dollar, he could…. buy himself lunch.

  2. avatar
    richCares December 2, 2010 at 1:12 pm #

    the king of the paypal birthers scams again!, go ahead birthers** pony up!
    .
    ** synonym for suckers

  3. avatar
    Sef December 2, 2010 at 1:19 pm #

    Berg translation: “Please, please sanction me so I can get more from Paypal.”

  4. avatar
    Rob in Denver December 2, 2010 at 1:35 pm #

    Isn’t it something like $400 to file an appeal with SCOTUS?

  5. avatar
    Greg December 2, 2010 at 2:23 pm #

    I think that after the filing fee, the cost of duplication starts to add up. For most documents, you need to file it in booklet form, and 40 copies. There are professional services that will proof-read, typeset, analyze and print your petition for certiorari.

  6. avatar
    Jules December 2, 2010 at 2:36 pm #

    Greg: There are professional services that will proof-read, typeset, analyze and print your petition for certiorari.

    Maybe someone should have informed Orly Taitz.

  7. avatar
    Patrick McKinnion December 2, 2010 at 4:31 pm #

    I’m going to hazard a guess and suggest the decision from the Supreme Court will be one Berg is very familiar with.

    “No”

  8. avatar
    Black Lion December 2, 2010 at 4:41 pm #

    There has been a Gary Kreep sighting…I guess we finally know where he went when he dropped Fitzy…

    Rec. this from the U S Justice Foundation……

    Right at this moment…

    I’m just back from Juneau, Alaska, working with the Joe Miller for U. S. Senate team. His legal team has filed a lawsuit in Anchorage to stop the certification of the election of write-in candidate Lisa Murkowski, and to contest rank violations of Alaska’s election law. No matter what the liberal media tells you, Don’t count Constitutional conservative Joe Miller out yet. The plot by the big government establishment Republican power brokers, in concert with the Washington elites, to keep the Alaska U. S. Senate seat in liberal hands, has not been successful… YET.

    I was in Alaska on my “own dime.” AND, I may be going back, for my third trip to Alaska since the election, the first part of next week.

    Gary Kreep (at left)
    reviewing voting records
    in Alaska (Photo credit:
    Michael Penn: JUNEAU EMPIRE)

    With the exception of the law firm which formally represents the Miller Campaign, all of the Miller legal team here in Alaska is volunteering their time. Here is my personal question: Why isn’t the Republican Party here “pulling out all of the stops” to fight for the election of the Republican candidate for U. S. Senate in Alaska? Is it because the liberal write-in candidate for the U. S. Senate that Joe Miller is battling is the daughter of the former U. S. Senator who “owned” the seat for a number of years? Lisa Murkowski “inherited” the Alaska U. S. Senate seat when her “daddy,” liberal Republican Frank Murkowski, who had just been elected Alaska governor, bequeathed it to her in 2002 by appointing her to fill the balance of his Senate term. She has a lot of powerful political friends in the liberal Republican Washington political establishment. Fortunately, she doesn’t have as many friends as Joe. His friends are the voters of the State of Alaska, and the champions of honest elections all over the United States.

    Joe Miller’s legal team has filed suit over the write-in dispute to protect the legitimate votes cast by the voters in Alaska who want, and who voted for, a true conservative and, not a write-in, Republican-in-Name-Only (RINO), candidate, to represent them in the United States Senate.

    The FRAUD in this campaign was rampant!

    I have signed an affidavit for filing with the court, laying out what I have personally observed here in Alaska. I will probably sign more affidavits concerning the voting irregularities that I have witnessed during the vote count in this, and possibly, other State and/or federal court cases related to the Election of 2010.

    I was one of several key people reviewing the voter rolls and counting the write-ins. And, so, I am witness to a lot of the “errors” in the voting.

    AND, USJF is preparing to file a separate lawsuit on behalf of a variety of Alaska voters, to challenge the ballot counting procedures being used in this election. Those procedures, put into effect AFTER THE ELECTION to help the Lisa Murkowski write-in campaign, violate Alaska state election law. Further, those procedures were applied one way to benefit Ms. Murkowski and another way to penalize other regular and write-in candidates for U. S. Senate.

    A write-in ballot with a one letter misspelling was rejected for one write-in candidate, while any ballots with three misspelled letters, or with 2 of the 3 syllables in her name “sounding correctly,” were counted as legitimate votes for Murkowski. How can you have different standards for different candidates for the same office?

    And, the requirement that the identity of all voters in Alaska be verified before they are allowed to vote has been ignored in thousands of instances in the 2010 election. I have confirmed this failure to comply with Alaska state election law in hundreds of cases myself!

    Plus, in numerous voting precincts that I have reviewed, the vote results (which candidate received how many votes in the precinct) have been missing.

    The list goes on:

    According to one Miller volunteer, numerous ballots were signed for by one person in the same precinct; In many precincts, in the paperwork given to me by Alaska DOE officials, ballots were not accounted for by the precinct workers on election day;
    In one precinct, according to a Miller volunteer, numerous “extra votes” were not accounted for by the precinct workers on election day; and,

    http://gretawire.forums.foxnews.com/topic/murkowski-will-lose-alaska-senate-race?replies=2

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    aarrgghh December 2, 2010 at 4:52 pm #

    Black Lion (quoting The Kreep): I have signed an affidavit for filing with the court, laying out what I have personally observed here in Alaska. I will probably sign more affidavits concerning the voting irregularities that I have witnessed during the vote count in this, and possibly, other State and/or federal court cases related to the Election of 2010.

    ah! that’s exactly what was missing — birfer affidavits!

  10. avatar
    Majority Will December 2, 2010 at 4:56 pm #

    Patrick McKinnion: I’m going to hazard a guess and suggest the decision from the Supreme Court will be one Berg is very familiar with.“No”

    But it would be fun if the response was, “Oh, hell no.”

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    ASK Esq December 2, 2010 at 5:04 pm #

    I’ve said it about Orly and I’ll say it about Phil. This is simply the only way he can get his name and the word “appealing” in the same sentence.

    These idiots are just lucky that SCOTUS doesn’t issue sanctions.

  12. avatar
    Expelliarmus December 2, 2010 at 5:08 pm #

    Miller’s problem in Alaska is that during the count of the write-in ballots, his people had the opportunity to submit objections. The total number of objections is less than the margin of victory for Murkowski based on ballots Miller’s team deemed non-objectionable.

    In other words, if every single ballot that the Miller team objected to was rejected…. Murkowski would still win.

    There’s nothing legally that can be done at this point to overcome that problem. They cannot retroactively claim ‘”fraud” as to ballots they failed to object to.

    It does show a continuing pattern of birthers and tea baggers — they tend to be too dumb to know when they’ve already lost a battle.

  13. avatar
    Sean December 2, 2010 at 5:18 pm #

    Majority Will:
    But it would be fun if the response was, “Oh, hell no.”

    Are you a Fluffy fan? DAAAAAAAM!

  14. avatar
    Sef December 2, 2010 at 5:31 pm #

    ASK Esq: These idiots are just lucky that SCOTUS doesn’t issue sanctions.

    There’s always a first time.

  15. avatar
    Majority Will December 2, 2010 at 5:35 pm #

    Sean:
    Are you a Fluffy fan? DAAAAAAAM!

    😀

  16. avatar
    Keith December 2, 2010 at 6:34 pm #

    So, is this an official tag team? Mario gets knocked down, and Berg jumps in and gets the tag. Is Orly got something warming up for when Berg gets thrown out of the ring?

  17. avatar
    Daniel December 2, 2010 at 6:38 pm #

    Orly’s petition is going a very familiar route.

    “No. 10-541
    Title:
    Orly Taitz, Petitioner
    v.
    Thomas D. MacDonald, et al.
    Docketed: October 25, 2010
    Lower Ct: United States Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit
    Case Nos.: (09-15418)
    Decision Date: March 15, 2010
    Rehearing Denied: May 14, 2010
    ~~~Date~~~ ~~~~~~~Proceedings and Orders~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
    Aug 12 2010 Petition for a writ of certiorari filed. (Response due November 24, 2010)
    Nov 24 2010 Waiver of right of respondents Thomas D. MacDonald, et al. to respond filed.”

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    Dr. Conspiracy December 2, 2010 at 7:32 pm #

    Greg: I think that after the filing fee, the cost of duplication starts to add up. For most documents, you need to file it in booklet form, and 40 copies. There are professional services that will proof-read, typeset, analyze and print your petition for certiorari.

    Gee, and I was begrudging the $.08 per page I pay for Pacer.

  19. avatar
    JohnC December 2, 2010 at 7:33 pm #

    I’m sure Chief Justice Roberts will be amused to read a brief alleging he swore in an illegal alien as President of the United States.

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    Rickey December 2, 2010 at 11:25 pm #

    Daniel: Orly’s petition is going a very familiar route.

    And when the case gets distributed for conference, without a call for a response, it means that he petition has been dead filed and cert will be denied without comment.

    Of course Orly doesn’t realize this, because she doesn’t understand how SCOTUS works.

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    Majority Will December 2, 2010 at 11:50 pm #

    Rickey:
    And when the case gets distributed for conference, without a call for a response, it means that he petition has been dead filed and cert will be denied without comment.
    Of course Orly doesn’t realize this, because she doesn’t understand how SCOTUS works.

    Nor any birther.