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Startling image proves Obama born in Hawaii

We all had a good laugh at the Obama birth video last weekend. While factual inconsistencies abounded, a detail in the film dated it not to 1961 but to a time since June of 2012, the striking image from the calendar taped to the wall in the “delivery room.”

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It turns out that this image came from the “Flower Spirits 2013 Wall Calendar” featuring the work of artist Steven N. Meyers. The calendar was published this past June, meaning that the video was made since then.

That’s old news; however, startling new information arrived today that involves that same image, proving that Obama was born in Hawai’i (see below). Note the USA flag on the ukulele, as well as the distinctive Hawaiian lei.

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The flower image in the video is actually from October 2013 and remarkably, just as in August of 1961, the 4th is on a Friday.

Nimrod Kamer has released a new video showing the making of the Obama birth video. Yours truly is featured, and if you look closely at the black and white footage of the calendar at the end of the video, every day is NOT the 4th.

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Being the good guy you wish you never weren’t

Generic image with ferretI’m keeping my pledge to ignore Donald Trump, but I’m not ignoring the chorus of voices on Twitter saying #ThanksDonald for dropping that silly demand for Obama’s college records and passport, and giving the $5 million to help disaster relief on the east coast of the US ravaged by Hurricane Sandy.

Now if it were only true.

Layered defense

Artists rendering of Federal Courthouse in Jackson MSPresident Obama, Nancy Pelosi and Obama for America are now engaged in the Taitz v Democrat Party of Mississippi lawsuit, answering the “First amended complaint” in a brief this past Monday (October 29) in Jackson, MS. I was just a little surprised to see, although it makes perfect sense, that attorneys Scott Tepper and Sam Begley are representing these new defendants as well as the Mississippi Democratic Executive Committee. In addition to denying the allegations in Taitz’ complaint, the President and the other Defendants offered affirmative defenses, layers and layers of them, specifically:

  1. The complaint consists of immaterial, impertinent, and scandalous matter, has been filed for an improper purpose, and should be stricken pursuant to Fed. R. Civ. P. 12(f).
  2. Lack of subject matter jurisdiction
  3. Failure to state a claim upon which relief may be granted
  4. Lack of standing, lack of ripeness, mootness and no assertion of justiciable right to relief.
  5. Failure to comply with Fed. R. Civ. P. 8, 9(a) and 9(b)
  6. Failure to comply with jurisdictional and procedural requirements of Miss. Code Ann. §§ 23-15-961, 23-15-963 and 23-15-1089.
  7. Some or all claims barred by estoppel, ratification, collateral estoppel, waiver and/or laches.
  8. Plaintiffs have unclean hands 1
  9. Plaintiffs have not been injured within the meaning of the applicable law
  10. Defenses under 18 U.S.C. § 1961
  11. Immunity
  12. Defenses under Fed. R. Civ. P. 8(c) and 12(b).
  13. Other affirmative defenses

In addition to asking the court to dismiss the case, the Defense is asking for costs, writing:

Defendants further respectfully request that this court assess attorney[‘]s fees against Plaintiffs pursuant to the Mississippi Litigation Accountability Act of 1988, Fed. R. Civ. P. 11 and/or 28 U.S.C. § 1927, for a wholly frivolous, unreasonable, vexations and malicious complaint.

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Internet forecast: cloudy and cold. Orly’s back.

Yes, the Orly Taitz web site, that blogging blight, is back online. Here’s a sample.

Obama Made in USA mugSomebody made Orly Taitz a nice gift of a Barack Obama birth certificate  Made in USA mug, so she held a contest on her blog as to what to do with it. I’ll do the same: what do you think she should do with it? My suggestion was that she autograph it and sell it on eBay to pay for the sanctions when her next frivolous lawsuit is dismissed. Orly, gross, uncouth, and uncultured, said she would use it as a “chamber pot (night potty) 🙂 ”.

In further news, Orly readers are getting repetitive motion injury with all the clicking they had to do to read Orly’s latest document (she hasn’t figured out how WordPress links to documents), nor has she bothered to take multiple scanned pages and make them one document. Here’s the new document for her Mississippi case in a single PDF with OCR. This is a curious new pustule on the image analysis of President Obama’s long-form birth certificate PDF. As you may recall, attorneys for the Mississippi Democratic Executive Committee (MDEC) in one brief included a legible copy of the President’s birth certificate to supplement an illegible copy Taitz had submitted. Mr. Henry Blake of Tennessee has noted that the layering in the PDF MDEC submission is different than the layering in the White House PDF. Of course, since the MDEC submission is a multi-page document of which the White House PDF is only an insertion means that it has been reprocessed by the software used by MDEC. Any comparison of layers is mindless stupidity (i.e. birther image analysis). One commenter on Orly’s site concluded “it’s a trap.”

Orly makes one observation that’s probably correct. federal Judge Wingate in Mississippi probably isn’t going to do remove his stay on discovery and allow depositions before the election [link to Taitz web site]. The case will be dismissed sooner or later. Wingate doesn’t seem to be in any hurry.

Orly re-filed her recently dismissed federal lawsuit, Judd v. Obama, in California yesterday and she’s all excited about having a new judge, James Selna. Unfortunately, you didn’t get a new law to go with the new judge.

Taitz needs help in this incomprehensible task:

I got quotes from Obot sites, where obots were making admissions that there were changes to Obama’s BCs. Please, send me the quotes and IP addresses if you can

I guess she means URLs. I can’t imagine what “admissions” she thinks exist.

Put up or shut up

Phto of Joe Arpaio

What came to mind as I was blowing leaves1 where they clearly did not want to go this afternoon was two investigations, one a criminal civil rights investigation of Sheriff Joe Arpaio by the US Department of Justice, the other Sheriff Arpaio’s investigation of Barack Obama’s birth certificate.

In the former, the Justice Department investigated false charges brought by Arpaio against political opponents in 2009. It is claimed that Arpaio had a judge arrested to prevent him holding a hearing that day that Arpaio thought would go against him. The Justice Department investigation proceeded in a professional manner insofar that the Justice Department did not create a media circus around the ongoing investigation. Nevertheless, criticism was raised because the Department kept the investigation open so long without bringing charges: “put up or shut up.” On September 1, far in advance of the 2012 Sheriff’s election, the Justice Department decided that they didn’t have sufficient evidence to be sure of a conviction, so they shut up and ended the investigation2.

In the latter case, Sheriff Joe Arpaio, at the instigation of a local Tea Party group and anti-Obama author Jerome Corsi, launched an investigation of Barack Obama’s historical documents including his birth certificate and Selective Service registration. In a remarkable departure from normal law enforcement practice, Arpaio gave three public press conferences detailing evidence and conclusions that his volunteer Cold Case Posse had developed, publicizing suspicions that the documents were fake. To date, no charges have been filed. Even if charges were filed against the so-far unnamed person of interest, how could anyone get a fair trial since Arpaio’s public presentations and conclusions have been webcast, YouTubed, blogged, tagged, liked, chain-emailed and Twittered over the entire country? I say it’s long past time for Arpaio to put up or shut up.

Read more:

  • Obama Conspiracy Theories articles about Joe Arpaio
  • Fox News article about the end of the Arpaio federal investigation

1Leaf blowing creates a different thought environment from mowing: Mowing is more serene and contemplative. Leaf blowing is plain aggravating.

2The reason for ending the investigation stated here is based on reasonable conjecture. A civil lawsuit against Arpaio over the same issues is ongoing.