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Orly Taitz: Tea Party v. Twittergate

Orly Taitz demonstrates in her article, “Tea Party United is planning a rally in front of the Federal building in Sacramento, protesting the fact that court is not issuing a default judgment against Obama in Grinols v Electoral college, as Obama was sued as an individual, as a candidate for office, he did not furnish an answer and is currently in default. Tea party patriots are planning similar rallies in front of the 5th circuit court of Appeals, where the court is just sitting on the emergency motion to expedite a default judgment against the Commissioner of the Sociala (sic) Security Michael Astrue for his default in Taitz v Democratic party, dealing with Obama’s use of forged IDs and a stolen CT SSN [redacted, Doc],” just how big WordPress titles can get!

The rally is scheduled for 11 AM on Thursday (which particular Thursday is not specified).

Dr. Conspiracy Twitter pageOrly also cites an Examiner article saying that 70% of Obama’s Twitter followers are fake. Well, I’m not an Obama Twitter follower, so maybe I’m not a fake. Examiner got it’s story from the New York Times, making it more interesting. Apparently the practice of buying Twitter followers is real, although there is some question as to whether the tool that checks for fake followers gives accurate results.

However, the Fake Follower Check does not really say 70% of Obama’s followers are fake; the site, statuspeople.com, actually showed 30% fake, 39% inactive and 31% good. So I asked the site about MY Twitter followers. I’ve never bought a Twitter follower, and I can’t see that anyone else would have either. It said 6% fake, 23% inactive and 71% good. (I have 349 followers for what that’s worth.)

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25 Responses to Orly Taitz: Tea Party v. Twittergate

  1. avatar
    Birther Headlines February 5, 2013 at 7:24 pm #

    Thanks for the tip, Doc.

    I got 2% fakes. https://twitter.com/BirtherHeadline/status/298947511270379521

  2. avatar
    Jim February 5, 2013 at 8:54 pm #

    I don’t use twitter…does that make me twitless?

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    Northland10 February 5, 2013 at 9:06 pm #

    I know you just copied her title, and the number is all over the place, but could you redact the SSN?

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    Dr. Conspiracy February 5, 2013 at 9:12 pm #

    A point.

    Northland10: I know you just copied her title, and the number is all over the place, but could you redact the SSN?

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    Andrew Morris February 5, 2013 at 9:31 pm #

    Just in time for her to file a supplemental brief for the Supreme Court, that Obama claims a Twitter following not his own. I wonder how many cereal packet tops you need to get a law degree from Taft.

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    Northland10 February 5, 2013 at 9:36 pm #

    I guess Orly has some work to do to beat the limit on the WordPress title character limit. Since the post_title column is only Text (not Char with a length) and MySQL allows, as Doc mentioned, 64K for TEXT and BLOBs, she would have to break the limit of the servers memory or communications.

    I grabbed a Gorefan comment from the Gard article and plopped it in a title in my dust covered blog. It allowed the 4,641 characters. It was a dreadful thing to look at.

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    Dr. Conspiracy February 6, 2013 at 1:51 am #

    Did I look like Orly’s blog?

    Northland10: It was a dreadful thing to look at.

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    Bob February 6, 2013 at 3:18 am #

    It’s not clear that any Tea Party group is rallying for Orly. It appears it was just a message in her inbox. It could be from an Obot punking Orly. It could be from a supporter of hers who thinks he can get Tea Party support or is just using the Tea Party name hoping that people will show up. It’s possible Orly is just making the whole thing up.

    Is there a Tea Party United site with any info about the rally?

    Does any Tea Party organization want to go full Birther? It’s a good way to kill off a brand.

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    aesthetocyst February 6, 2013 at 3:34 am #

    Bob: It could be from an Obot punking Orly.

    Check the (apparent) facebook page of Sacremento-are group Tea Party United

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Tea-Party-United/178084902212540

    Various pro-Orly posts. But does the page represent the group?

    The (apparent) group home page doesn’t link to the Facebook page …. but then again, it doesn’t link to much of anything.

    http://www.teapartyunited.us/Home_Page_2_2.html

    No mention of a 2/7 rally there. Something generic about a group going to the capital (Sacremento). Doesn’t say when or specifically for what.

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    Lani February 6, 2013 at 4:06 am #

    I was going to post the same info as aesthetocyst. The website is pathetic. And, as reported, there is no mention of a rally – next Thursday or any other Thursday.

    I also found this failed attempt at a website: http://ourlincolnteaparty.com/Contact-Us.php

    Then I checked out “Apatriot@gmx.com” and found various inept efforts to gather the patriots to protest something or another.

    Sad. Orly really should learn to google.

  11. avatar
    Thomas Brown February 6, 2013 at 8:31 am #

    Orly Taitz and the Tea Party! What team could garner more popularity than that? Now if they could only spring Charlie Manson and Bernie Madoff from prison…

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    Northland10 February 6, 2013 at 9:08 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    Did I look like Orly’s blog?

    Only if you had a 4,000 character title for your post. It did not separate the paragraphs so it was one long block of text.

    I deleted that post. Someday, there might be a visitor.

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    Arthur February 6, 2013 at 11:36 am #

    I’m interested in this development in Orly’s, Taitz v Obama et al. Her website reports,

    “Kathleen O’Leary, Presiding Judge of the 4th District Court of Appeal reinstated the Appeal Taitz v Obama et al filed by the candidate for the U.S. Senate Attorney Orly Taitz.

    Appeal at hand involves Senator Diane Feinstein and Barack Obama as a candidate for the U.S. Presidency.”

    Does anyone know what’s going on with this case?

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    Arthur February 6, 2013 at 12:25 pm #

    donna:
    Arthur:

    http://www.scribd.com/doc/124071908/Taitz-v-Obama-Judge-O-Leary-s-Order-Reinstating-Obama-Eligibility-Case-2-4-2013

    Yes, I had already seen that. I’m hoping someone can explain, in layman’s terms, what it all means, if there’s any significance to it, etc. Over at ORYR, birthers are jumping for joy about this, but I rather doubt it’s as important as they think it is; however, I don’t know how to interpret it.

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    Rickey February 6, 2013 at 12:26 pm #

    Arthur:
    I’m interested in this development in Orly’s, Taitz v Obama et al. Her website reports,

    “Kathleen O’Leary, Presiding Judge of the 4th District Court of Appeal reinstated the Appeal Taitz v Obama et al filed by the candidate for the U.S. Senate Attorney Orly Taitz.

    Appeal at hand involves Senator Diane Feinstein and Barack Obama as a candidate for the U.S. Presidency.”

    Does anyone know what’s going on with this case?

    All it means is that Orly finally figured out the correct procedure for filing her appeal.

  16. avatar
    Arthur February 6, 2013 at 1:09 pm #

    Rickey: All it means is that Orly finally figured out the correct procedure for filing her appeal.

    So you’re saying she just, what, got her act together, refiled the appeal, and the judge agreed to the appeal, but the judge’s action does not represent an endorsement of Taitz’s case?

    I tried using the search function on Doc’s site to search for more info. on this case, but I couldn’t find anything. Do you know if he’s written about this case?

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    RetiredLawyer February 6, 2013 at 2:10 pm #

    Arthur,

    Not quite. All Orly has managed to do is get her notice of appeal and notice to the clerk’s office to prepare the record on appeal filed, along with a few other housekeeping documents. These are basic, elementary, tasks most law firms have done by a junior paralegal. The notice of appeal takes around five minutes and the notice to prepare the record, for this case, would have taken around ten minutes.

    Orly still has the major hurdle to go, actually preparing, filing, and serving a timely, properly formatted, opening brief. Then, the defendants get to file their response brief, and request sanctions.

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    Arthur February 6, 2013 at 2:20 pm #

    RetiredLawyer: Not quite. All Orly has managed to do is get her notice of appeal and notice to the clerk’s office to prepare the record on appeal filed, along with a few other housekeeping documents. These are basic, elementary, tasks most law firms have done by a junior paralegal. The notice of appeal takes around five minutes and the notice to prepare the record, for this case, would have taken around ten minutes.

    So is it accurate to say that Orly flubbed on her initial appeal request, and that she was given another chance to redo the request, and that the judge granted her permission to begin the appeal process when it was properly filled out?

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    RetiredLawyer February 6, 2013 at 4:23 pm #

    Arthur: So is it accurate to say that Orly flubbed on her initial appeal request, and that she was given another chance to redo the request, and that the judge granted her permission to begin the appeal process when it was properly filled out?

    Yes. She has until 2/15/13 to get the designation of record on file with the trial court. Ten days from the Court of Appeal ruling. I will bet that she does not get the designation on file until 2/16/13, leaving the Court of Appeal no choice but to dismiss the appeal, again.

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    Arthur February 6, 2013 at 5:26 pm #

    RetiredLawyer: Yes. She has until 2/15/13 to get the designation of record on file with the trial court.

    Thanks for the explanation. Based on what you’ve written, the the folks at ORYR are going to be sorely disappointed, though at the moment, some have gotten back on the Orly bandwagon and believe that this appeal is going to bring down Obama.

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    G February 6, 2013 at 7:37 pm #

    How sad is it that Orly’s level of demonstrated incompetence as a lawyer has become so extreme that the mere possibility that she might not completely fubar some minor junior-level step towards even filing a notice of appeal NOW commands rapt attention…

    ROTFL!

    Seriously, how does this insane woman even manage to tie her own shoes anymore…and should the Birthers start jumping up and down in excitement anytime she proclaims that she made it out of her own house without being barefoot…

    RetiredLawyer:
    Arthur,

    Not quite.All Orly has managed to do is get her notice of appeal and notice to the clerk’s office to prepare the record on appeal filed, along with a few other housekeeping documents. These are basic, elementary, tasks most law firms have done by a junior paralegal.The notice of appeal takes around five minutes and the notice to prepare the record, for this case, would have taken around ten minutes.

    Orly still has the major hurdle to go, actually preparing, filing, and serving a timely, properly formatted, opening brief.Then, the defendants get to file their response brief, and request sanctions.

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    Arthur February 6, 2013 at 7:59 pm #

    G: Seriously, how does this insane woman even manage to tie her own shoes anymore…and should the Birthers start jumping up and down in excitement anytime she proclaims that she made it out of her own house without being barefoot…

    The birthers have hope, and as we all know,

    Hope is the thing with feathers
    That perches in the soul,
    And sings the tune–without the words,
    “Obama, we’ll bring down!”

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    donna February 6, 2013 at 8:24 pm #

    RetiredLawyer: I will bet that she does not get the designation on file until 2/16/13, leaving the Court of Appeal no choice but to dismiss the appeal, again.

    and will again rant that the courts have not heard the case on the merits

    if she worked for a law firm, she would have been fired ages ago

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    sactosintolerant February 7, 2013 at 2:15 pm #

    The federal court is a couple blocks from my office. Looks like a birther success story. Ten people were there, so… double digits!

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