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Daily Orly 11/4/2012

The Obama Conspiracy Theories official standard time has clicked past midnight to November 4, 2012. If you’re on US Daylight Savings Time, don’t forget to set your clocks back at 2 AM to enjoy an extra hour of sleep.

With the US Election nearing, I thought I’d see how Orly Taitz is taking it.

Extraordinary Emergency!

They say that “if all you have is a hammer, ever problem looks like a nail.” In Orly Taitz’ case every problem looks like a lawsuit, and in this case it’s an “Petition for Extraordinary Emergency Writ of Mandamus / Stay of Certification”  of votes in 2012 Election before the California Supreme Court [link to Taitz web site]. The suit by Taitz and AIP presidential candidate Laura Roth, alleges a million and a half ineligible voters registered in California. They are ineligible because public records show a place-holder birth date for them. Chalk up one more for the “vexatious litigant” designation. California Secretary of State Deborah (sic) Bowen is the defendant.

Begging for $$$

Orly received $638 in donations, saying:

I need to collect $700 for the transcript in Indiana, $500 for the ticket for Pamela, $460 for the hotel for witnesses and $4,000 that the judge ordered to pay 2 lawyers from Occidental college, because they had to show up at the hearing in Santa Ana, and they never brought any records for Obama, from what I understand all the incriminating records were destroyed, just as his mother’s passport records before 1965 were destroyed, immigration records from August 1961, his selective service application destroyed, original birth certificate non-existent, Social Security number is a stolen Connecticut SSN 042-68=4425 issued to someone born in 1890.

Yes, that was just one sentence. Of course if Orly had followed court rules, she wouldn’t be out $4,000, and of course she never called Pamela to testify in Indiana, so that was a waste.

Taitz has apparently entered her “blue period” with articles written in all caps and blue color. It’s quite disconcerting to me because it’s same color as hyperlinks on this site and totally ugly. Anyhow she says that since Obama didn’t provide the records Donald Trump offered to pay $5 million for, Trump should donate money to her to cover all the expenses of filing frivolous vexatious lawsuits and multiplying proceedings.

“Not one honest judge in 4 years”

This is a recurring theme on Orly’s blog, along with the belief that someday there will be a reckoning where they will all be exposed and punished.

No more years!

A consistent theme of late is a prediction that Romney will win the election. She picks polls that say that (e.g. the Nov 2 Gallup Poll) and ignores those that say differently. If Obama wins, no doubt she will say the election was rigged.

Indiana corrupt judge ex parte conspiracy

Once again Orly Taitz is expecting commenters on her blog to take an IP address, this time from an email, and figure out who sent it. Orly says that somebody, I presume pulling Orly’s chain, sent her an email saying that Judge Reid had “rubber stamped” the Attorney General’s orders, and told Orly this “three days” before the decision was issued. In fact Judge Reid’s order was not “rubber stamped” at all. The email appears to be dated October 29 and its text actually says only: “Just heard about your loss in Indiana. But it was not unexpected.” Judge Reid signed the orders on October 30. Orly thinks she traced the IP address to a building in New York that happens to have a couple of lawyers (whom she names) with offices there, only the IP address Orly traced is actually an AOL mail exchange server. I left this comment on Orly’s blog:

Once and for all, get it through your thick skull that you can’t trace an IP address to an area as small as a street address. Getting a real address requires cooperation from the service provider and only law enforcement can do that. All you get is a general geographic area.

Further, that New York IP address you think you found is an America Online mail exchange server, not the sender of the email.

[Doc pauses to spring back.]

Orly’s magic IP lookup program is gonna get her into trouble as she has looked up other IP addresses and found residents names at those addresses and associated them with sending obscene emails (full text shown) on her blog.

Beg your pardon?

So Orly says that if Obama is impeached and exposed as a crook, the new President Biden could pardon him (as Ford did Nixon).

Orly’s fantasy

I was told that the GOP is quiet on ObamaForgeryGate until the election, but it would be addressed after Tuesday regardless of who wins. We shall see. Keep in mind, Watergate broke up after Nixon was reelected.

Dream on. Watergate was real. ObamaForgeryGate is just a delusional conspiracy theory.

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16 Responses to Daily Orly 11/4/2012

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    Thinker November 4, 2012 at 2:58 am #

    Remember back in the first 2 years of Obama’s presidency when birfers said Congress wasn’t acting on their complaints because both houses were governed by the Democrats. And then, when the Republicans took over the House and didn’t act on their complaints, birfers said Republican were waiting for election season. Then, during the primary season, some birfers suggested that the Republicans were waiting for the general election campaign. Now that the general election is upon us, and no birfer stuff has become a campaign issue, Taitz is saying the Republicans are waiting until after the election to break open a can of birfery whoopass.

    Any. Day. Now.

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    brygenon November 4, 2012 at 5:08 am #

    Doctor, I think you meant that Bowen is the defendant, not the plaintiff. Or were you taitzing for effect?

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    Dr. Conspiracy November 4, 2012 at 12:39 pm #

    Yes, thank you. There were a bunch of typos in that article.

    brygenon: Doctor, I think you meant that Bowen is the defendant, not the plaintiff.

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    Rickey November 4, 2012 at 12:46 pm #

    Actually, there is no Nov. 2 Gallup Poll. Gallup is located in New Jersey and has not published any polling since October 29 because of the hurricane.

    Most of the national polls show a fairly tight popular vote (the RCP average has Obama ahead by 2.2 points), but Obama is leading in multiple polls in virtually every swing state. Nate Silver is currently predicting the Electoral Vote to be 307-231.

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    Bob November 4, 2012 at 1:21 pm #

    Even Orly’s penny-ante money grubbing strategy is stupid (not to mention unbecoming).

    A publicist ($30,000 – $50,000) could very easily get Orly’s name mentioned here and there and she wouldn’t have a problem recouping her investment. Of course, that would mean she would also need to hire someone to run her website so that it’s not apparent she’s a deeply disturbed individual and donating to her is like flushing money down the toilet.

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    JPotter November 4, 2012 at 3:51 pm #

    Over in this corner of the universe, 042 – 68 = -26, not 4425.

    “I was told that the GOP is quiet …”

    Limiting my inquiry to sentient beings exterior to the confines of Taitz’s skull, who told Orly what?

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    misha marinsky November 4, 2012 at 5:09 pm #

    Bob: donating to her is like flushing money down the toilet.

    Roto Rooter

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    misha marinsky November 4, 2012 at 5:28 pm #

    “Orly thinks she traced the IP address to a building in New York that happens to have a couple of lawyers (whom she names) with offices there, only the IP address Orly traced is actually an AOL mail exchange server.”

    I ran my IP, and it showed an address 15 miles from here, at a tech hotel.

    It shows the server location, not the computer’s physical address.

    “Orly says that if Obama is impeached and exposed as a crook, the new President Biden could pardon him (as Ford did Nixon).”

    I hope I am wrong, as I was about my initial prediction that Obama would be impeached when the GOP captured the House. If I’m wrong, readers are welcomed to call me on it.

    I’m going out on a limb, and make this prediction: There will be one senator and one Congressman who will object to the vote count, to pander to the Tea Party.

    I hope people can say ‘you were wrong.’

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    Rickey November 4, 2012 at 6:45 pm #

    misha marinsky:

    I’m going out on a limb, and make this prediction: There will be one senator and one Congressman who will object to the vote count, to pander to the Tea Party.

    Possibly, but if so it won’t amount to anything. Most people don’t even know that there was an objection to the counting of Ohio’s electoral votes in 2004. Representative Tubbs of Ohio was joined by Senator Boxer of Californial Both the House and the Senate took only minutes to dismiss the objection.

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    Norbrook November 4, 2012 at 9:51 pm #

    My IP, depending on the date, time of day, and where I’m working, will show me anywhere from 50 to 1200 miles away from my actual location. For a good chunk of this summer, I was using a satellite system, which, depending on the whims of the company, showed me either in Kansas, Seattle, or Maryland. My home internet connection rotates the server it uses to either one of three different cities. None of them close to my actual physical location.

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    bob j November 4, 2012 at 11:13 pm #

    I liked Orly’s response to your comment, Doc.

    “dr_taitz@yahoo.com
    November 3rd, 2012 @ 10:57 pm

    or maybe I am using different methods which maybe are not available to you”

    Is it possible that she is merely pretending to be confused, incompetent and ineffectual as a lawyer ( and blog host) in order to lull her opponents into complecency?

    Does she ever admit her shortcomings, errors or losses?

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    gatsby November 5, 2012 at 2:15 am #

    I have only followed her posts for the past seven months, though I have read quite a few of her archived posts. I have never seen her admit even the smallest shortcoming or error. They are always blamed on others, including her assistant. She is never humble or self-deprecating.

    As for admitting her losses, she does most of the time, but only by blaming them on corruption, blackmail, coercion and other nefarious activities somehow linked to “Chicago thugs.”

    bob j: Does she ever admit her shortcomings, errors or losses?

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    Benji Franklin November 5, 2012 at 10:59 am #

    Orly Taitz is the legal profession, what Hitler was to post-World War Two lullabies. Her unbroken series of ill-considered and incompetently executed, self-destructing quasi-legal maneuvers, can only be understood as an effort to make her law school offer to buy back her law degree.

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG November 5, 2012 at 4:32 pm #

    I don’t make comparisons to the Nazis often, but Taitz does have about the same mental capacity that Adolf did, well after he shot himself in the head anyway.

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    misha marinsky November 5, 2012 at 4:45 pm #

    Andrew Vrba, PmG: I don’t make comparisons to the Nazis often, but Taitz does have about the same mental capacity that Adolf did

    Orly Taitz is a fascist, in the literal meaning:

    Settler leader calls democracy an obstacle to Israel’s higher calling – Veteran settler leader Benny Katzover: ‘We didn’t come here to establish a democratic state.’

    http://www.haaretz.com/print-edition/news/settler-leader-calls-democracy-an-obstacle-to-israel-s-higher-calling-1.407490

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG November 5, 2012 at 5:03 pm #

    You raise a good point, after all she is calling for the imprisonment and/or hanging of anyone who doesn’t see things her way. Labeling people who best her with factual evidence as traitors. Quite the propagandist too! I’ve yet to see her post a full account of one of her court appearances that wasn’t doctored to make it appear as though she had the upper hand. Any time she posts that she lost, its always spun to make it look like the other side “cheated” or did something illegal.