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Mississippi Answers: Take 2

Seal of the Mississippi Secretary of StateOne day after removing the case of Taitz v. Democrat Party of Mississippi to federal court, the attorney for the Mississippi Secretary of State filed a 17-page answer to Taitz’s Amended Complaint.

The Answer is wholly uninteresting in its boilerplate point-by-point denial of the complaint. Nine affirmative defenses are listed. The Answer concludes:

…Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann respectfully requests that his foregoing Answer and Defenses to Plaintiffs’ First Amended Complaint be received and hereby moves the Court to dismiss plaintiffs’ claims and assess all costs of this action to plaintiffs.

Here is the actual text of the answer:

 

MS – 2012-04-25 Taitz v Democrat Party SoS Answer to Amended Complaint

 

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21 Responses to Mississippi Answers: Take 2

  1. avatar
    RuhRoh April 27, 2012 at 12:42 pm #

    Taitz is now encouraging anyone and everyone who has ever read her blog to become “interveners” (?) in her RICO action. She wants them all to sue their local SOS, AG, Senators and Congressmen and then add them to her RICO filing when they fail to respond. That’s what all those John and Jane Does were for!

    Part and parcel of these “interveners'” cases is that they purchase the DVD of her disastrous GA court appearance from her senate campaign.

    You can’t make this stuff up! LOL

    She’s also highly perturbed that a screw got lodged in one of her tires. Clearly an assassination attempt. 😉 She made the mechanic file a statement! LOL

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    realist April 27, 2012 at 2:41 pm #

    The Dems have also responded… Here’s a link for ya Doc. http://www.scribd.com/doc/91550527/MS-2012-04-27-SDMS-TAITZ-5-MDEC-Answer-and-Affirmative-Defenses

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    clestes April 27, 2012 at 4:24 pm #

    Good afternoon everyone.

    You know, one has to be on this site like all day everyday or one gets behind in chasing all the details.

    unfortunately for me, I actually have to work for a living and don’t always have the time to hit this site to keep up on the latest Birther shit.

    So, if someone wouldn’t mind bringing me up to date on this, what’s happening? (You know it is AMAZING how much law I am picking up trolling through all this!)

    I know Orly tried to keep Mr. Obama off the ballot, couldn’t do that, asked for a new judge and is getting one. She then turns around and filed a RICO case, which is just mind-boggling, and now the whole thing is going to the federal court.

    Why the move to the federal court. Everyone seems to be on board with it except Orly, which can only mean bad news for her, but why?

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    misha April 28, 2012 at 1:17 am #

    clestes: Why the move to the federal court. Everyone seems to be on board with it except Orly, which can only mean bad news for her, but why?

    Because she is a refusenik blinded by hatred. If you want to see a whole group of her in action, pick any group of Settlers.

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    RuhRoh April 28, 2012 at 8:23 pm #

    clestes: Good afternoon everyone. You know, one has to be on this site like all day everyday or one gets behind in chasing all the details.unfortunately for me, I actually have to work for a living and don’t always have the time to hit this site to keep up on the latest Birther shit. So, if someone wouldn’t mind bringing me up to date on this, what’s happening? (You know it is AMAZING how much law I am picking up trolling through all this!) I know Orly tried to keep Mr. Obama off the ballot, couldn’t do that, asked for a new judge and is getting one. She then turns around and filed a RICO case, which is just mind-boggling, and now the whole thing is going to the federal court.Why the move to the federal court. Everyone seems to be on board with it except Orly, which can only mean bad news for her, but why?

    Well, she added the RICO complaint in her First Ammended Complaint, which was actually before she asked for a new judge.

    The First Amended complaint seems to have sparked the removal to Federal Court. In the Notice of removal, the RICO and the eligibility question are cited as reasons for this to be heard in federal, rather than state, court.

    I am not a lawyer, so I can’t say exactly why it’s better to be in federal court. However, if a federal court rules on the eligibility issue, it seems to be a stronger precedent and could shut Orly down pretty completely. She’s also more likely to be sanctioned there, which she hates. And the RICO will be dead as soon as she either fails to answer the questionnaire from the judge or answers it in her usual way–which is to ignore the questions and send 400 pages of crap from other cases to the court.

    Orly believes that the federal court system is controlled directly by Obama (it isn’t) and that she is less likely to get a fair hearing there. And she thinks this new RICO idea of hers will be the magic bullet to frogmarch that userpin’ mofo out of the White House, so she wants to keep it going as long as possible.

    Remember that Seinfeld episode when Costanza decided the opposite of everything he ever thought must be right? Orly could learn a great deal from that. 😉

  6. avatar
    RuhRoh April 28, 2012 at 9:03 pm #

    I must have said a “trigger word” in my last post, as it is in moderation. 🙁

  7. avatar
    Wile April 28, 2012 at 11:55 pm #

    RuhRoh:
    I must have said a “trigger word” in my last post, as it is in moderation.

    Potty mouth.

    http://1.bp.blogspot.com/-CvqtSlKnQ2w/TbrnAN6JezI/AAAAAAAABro/j15JuIDIJU8/s1600/bar-of-soap-in-mouth.jpg

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    Northland10 April 29, 2012 at 7:43 am #

    RuhRoh: Orly believes that the federal court system is controlled directly by Obama (it isn’t) and that she is less likely to get a fair hearing there.

    Because she has done SOOOO much better in state courts.

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    RuhRoh April 29, 2012 at 12:22 pm #

    Orly has gone completely ’round the bend with this RICO thing.

    In addition to screeching about adding every SOS and AG in the country to her RICO, she is now musing on her blog about adding Alexa.com (the web traffic analysis site) for allegedly misrepresenting hits to her site, Judge Land for sanctioning her, and anyone who has ever reported her to the CA Bar.

    By Monday, she’ll probably have added that boy who pulled her hair during first grade recess. 😉

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    J. Potter April 29, 2012 at 12:46 pm #

    RuhRoh: By Monday, she’ll probably have added that boy who pulled her hair during first grade recess. 😉

    So far as I know, I am not yet a named defendant. What am I doing wrong?

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    RuhRoh April 29, 2012 at 1:19 pm #

    J. Potter: So far as I know, I am not yet a named defendant. What am I doing wrong?

    Patience, Grasshopper. 🙂

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    nbc April 29, 2012 at 4:26 pm #

    RuhRoh: Taitz is now encouraging anyone and everyone who has ever read her blog to become “interveners” (?) in her RICO action. She wants them all to sue their local SOS, AG, Senators and Congressmen and then add them to her RICO filing when they fail to respond. That’s what all those John and Jane Does were for!

    Oh the despair… After Tepper joined as an attorney, Orly has been taking all the necessary steps to sandbag her own case…

    She will never be able not properly file a RICO, let alone prosecute one… Clueless… Totally clueless on issues of law…

    Orly never disappoints..

  13. avatar
    Sef April 29, 2012 at 5:44 pm #

    This Mississippi crap is taking a serious tack:
    http://www.thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=88&t=7097&start=2828

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    Sef April 29, 2012 at 5:50 pm #

    Sef:
    This Mississippi crap is taking a serious tack:
    http://www.thefogbow.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=88&t=7097&start=2828

    Make that 2827 instead of 2828. This link is to http://www.clarionledger.com/article/20120429/NEWS/120429001/Alleged-hitman-AG-s-agent-shot-Greenwood-attorney-s-office?odyssey=tab|topnews

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    misha April 29, 2012 at 7:06 pm #

    Sef: This Mississippi crap is taking a serious tack:

    Which is what I have been warning about since 2008.

    Intrade has Obama at 59.6%; Willard at 37.2%. Dogs did not wager. I believe Obama will be re-elected, despite GOP efforts to circumvent the Voting Rights Act.

    Liberals, or progressives, or whatever we’re called, believe in the ballot box. Conservatives believe in legislating away your opponents. It’s just not happening here; Israel is going through the same spasms. American evangelicals shovel ~$250M/year to the Settlers and their politicians, with predictable results.

    With Orly’s agitation, along with her coterie’s, I am afraid of another McVeigh should Obama be re-elected, which is likely.

  16. avatar
    misha April 29, 2012 at 7:42 pm #

    misha: I believe Obama will be re-elected, despite GOP efforts to circumvent the Voting Rights Act.

    Read on:
    http://www.brennancenter.org/content/resource/voting_law_changes_in_2012

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    misha April 29, 2012 at 8:18 pm #

    misha: I believe Obama will be re-elected, despite GOP efforts to circumvent the Voting Rights Act…Conservatives believe in legislating away your opponents.

    Tancredo tells Tea Partiers: Literacy test for voters would have stopped Obama

    Tancredo also said Obama won because “we do not have a civics, literacy test before people can vote.”

    http://thehill.com/blogs/blog-briefing-room/news/80005-tancredo-tells-tea-partiers-literacy-test-would-have-stopped-obama

    Alabama Literacy Test – Take this quiz to see whether you would have been able to vote
    before 1965 if you were not white. The Federal Voting Rights Act, passed in 1965, made tests such as this one illegal.
    http://kpearson.project.tcnj.edu/interactive/imm_files/test.html

  18. avatar
    J. Potter April 29, 2012 at 10:48 pm #

    misha: Alabama Literacy Test

    67 questions?!? Yeegads. Should be labelled an endurance test.

  19. avatar
    keith April 29, 2012 at 11:50 pm #

    J. Potter: 67 questions?!? Yeegads. Should be labelled an endurance test.

    The site says Q13 response is wrong and they are working on getting it fixed. Since 2005?

    Also Q23 all answers are correct, only one is accepted.

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    Sef April 30, 2012 at 1:54 pm #

    keith: The site says Q13 response is wrong and they are working on getting it fixed. Since 2005?

    Also Q23 all answers are correct, only one is accepted.

    What about Q9? Probably a SovCit wrote this who doesnt’t agree with the 16th Amendment.

  21. avatar
    Rickey May 3, 2012 at 2:17 am #

    Orly now believes that she is going to depose Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton in Los Angeles on May 16.

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/92177620/2012-05-02-MS-Cir-Ct-Notice-of-Deposition-William-Jefferson-Clinton

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/92177807/2012-05-02-MS-Cir-Ct-Notice-of-Deposition-Hillary-Rodham-Clinton

    She also is pretending that the case is still in the First Judicial District of Mississippi, when in fact it has been removed to Federal Court.