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Taitz demands signature from Supreme Court

Not only was Taitz not satisfied with the computer-generated birth certificate released by the Obama Campaign in 2008 that lacked the signature of the attending physician at his birth at Kapi’olani Maternity and Gynecological Hospital, she’s demanding to see the signatures from the justices of the Supreme Court when they deny her petition for a stay in the case of Noonan v. Bowen this Friday. Taitz wrote in a draft “Supplemental Brief” that she posted on her web site:

The nation has a right to know who is committing high treason: 9 justices of the Supreme Court of clerks, who hide the pleadings and sworn affidavits from justices. For that reason plaintiffs respectfully demand signatures of the justices on the order or on the front page of the application. If there are no actual signatures of the justices the plaintiffs and the nation as a whole will know that the justices never saw a word of pleadings an the case was "ruled upon" by court employees with unknown allegiance. Plaintiffs also demand to know the names of the court employees who summarized the case, provided it to the justices and compiled the list of approved or denied applications.

imageThis document remains labeled “Draft” and one wonders if Taitz is foolhardy enough to actually send such an accusatory and inflammatory document to the Court. Perhaps she is just posturing for her followers.

The hard part about playing chicken is knowin’ when to flinch.

– Capt. Bart Mancuso
The Hunt for Red October

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57 Responses to Taitz demands signature from Supreme Court

  1. avatar
    Andrew Morris February 11, 2013 at 11:36 am #

    Maybe they will terminate her rights to appear before the Supreme Court. And report her conduct to the CA Bar. This is so over-the-top that there must be consequences. They would obviously feed the birther conspiracy mindset but Bar membership is as much a privilege as a right, and right of audience at SCOTUS even more so. Lawyers have been sanctioned for far less.

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    richCares February 11, 2013 at 12:06 pm #

    Orly is vying for the record as the most obnoxious person alive. She appears assured to win.

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    The Magic M February 11, 2013 at 12:17 pm #

    Orly is in full CYA mode for her next expected EPIC FAIL. Which shows she knows very well she doesn’t stand a chance with her bogus “lawsuit”. She is not the delusional “OMG this is it, the Big Obama Trial” nut she sometimes pretends to be.

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    Birther Weary February 11, 2013 at 12:21 pm #

    Is there any limit to the number of times this insane woman can libel people before she faces any consequences?

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    bovril February 11, 2013 at 12:35 pm #

    I’m with Doc C on this one, this is Mad Old Orly doing the Moldovan Fan Dance where she will post this granola bar of nuttiness on her web site followed by not ACTUALLY sending it in.

    That way it’s all upside for her

    Flying Monkeys think she’s challenging the Ebil Empire even though she hasn’t

    MOO will simultaneously convince herself she actually DID send it in and so the lack of response is “proof” of something or other whilst knowing in the reality based world it’s just a big old bag of lies.

    ORYR will post another nonsensical thread that lauds “Lady Liberty” and how the Empire be doing her down and so feed the insatiable ego of MOO. This will be followed up with a masturbatory outpouring of sedition and death threats from the likes of ORYR’s denizens of treason.

    Someone will post the ORYR thread over at Freak Rethuglic where Butterdezillion will run with how Hamas and the Venezuelans and Ebil Mooslems are all behind it and the sky is about fall oh and I know that the BC was never ACTUALLY verified even though Hawai’i verified it.

    MOO will read, rinse and repeat.

    End result the continuing mindless slaughter of innocent electrons and the incremental reduction in the nations overall aggregate IQ

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    Bob February 11, 2013 at 12:37 pm #

    “. . . court employees with unknown allegiance . . .”

    She always defaults to the paranoid fantasy that all people are unthinking partisan apparatchiks. I think it’s projection.

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    Rickey February 11, 2013 at 1:09 pm #

    For that reason plaintiffs respectfully demand signatures of the justices on the order or on the front page of the application. If there are no actual signatures of the justices the plaintiffs and the nation as a whole will know that the justices never saw a word of pleadings an the case was “ruled upon” by court employees with unknown allegiance.

    I just noticed that none of the bills in my wallet bear the actual signatures of the Secretary of the Treasury and Treasurer of the United States. The signatures on the bills obviously are facsimiles. I guess this means that they are worthless

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    Northland10 February 11, 2013 at 1:18 pm #

    Cert petition Orly?

  9. avatar
    Keith February 11, 2013 at 3:39 pm #

    Has the Pope resigned to make way for Obama as the new Holy Roman Emperor?

  10. avatar
    Keith February 11, 2013 at 3:39 pm #

    Can somebody help me get my tongue out of my cheek, please? Its stuck.

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    Keith February 11, 2013 at 3:47 pm #

    Oops. Those 2 (this makes three) posts were meant for the Open Thread.

    Sorry about that folks.

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    predicto February 11, 2013 at 4:20 pm #

    Andrew Morris:
    Maybe they will terminate her rights to appear before the Supreme Court. And report her conduct to the CA Bar. This is so over-the-top that there must be consequences. They would obviously feed the birther conspiracy mindset but Bar membership is as much a privilege as a right, and right of audience at SCOTUS even more so. Lawyers have been sanctioned for far less.

    As a general rule, no one ever gets sanctioned for what they say in a writ petition to a court of final appeal. The Supreme Court workload is high enough as it is – the last thing they need is to have to consider and rule on additional collateral filings where people demand sanctions against each other.

    What happens with these petitions is that they get summarized by an attorney or clerk and analyzed for whether they contain a significant issue of law the Court might want to review, and then the justices vote whether to grant based on the summary in 99 percent of the cases. Unless cert is granted, it ends there.

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    Yoda February 11, 2013 at 7:16 pm #

    I would hope, at the very least, her conduct ends up with her being called to appear in front of the Supreme Court for the tongue lashing she so richly deserves.

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    Gabe February 11, 2013 at 8:50 pm #

    Lady Liberty is ringing the Liberty bell, though many appear to be tone deaf!

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    Northland10 February 11, 2013 at 8:53 pm #

    Gabe:
    Lady Liberty is ringing the Liberty bell, though many appear to be tone deaf!

    Is she protecting our freedom to dishonor the flag by duct taping it to the wall.

  16. avatar
    dch February 11, 2013 at 8:58 pm #

    How many times can a Zombie jump the shark?

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    Yoda February 11, 2013 at 9:03 pm #

    Gabe:
    Lady Liberty is ringing the Liberty bell, though many appear to be tone deaf!

    Exactly what about any of her performances in court leads you to believe she will ever win?

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    Dr. Conspiracy February 11, 2013 at 9:38 pm #

    Taitz appears not to have realized that she is still not in the Soviet Union. She sees the US Government through Soviet eyes, and distrusts every aspect of the government, the executive, the courts and the Congress. She confuses the American free press with the state-controlled media in the USSR. Tie that distrust of all authority to paranoid conspiracy thinking and rampant narcissism, a license to practice law, and a chorus of right-wing nut jobs such as yourself fawning over her and egging her on, and you get the unholy mess that is Orly Taitz.

    Lady Liberty? No. Maybe Comrade Svetlana.

    Gabe: Lady Liberty is ringing the Liberty bell, though many appear to be tone deaf!

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    Mary Brown February 11, 2013 at 9:42 pm #

    She reminds me somewhat of a character in a short story I read in high school named Walter Mitty. He had a secret fantasy life where he was the brave hero. Orly has a not so secret fantasy life where she is the hero and savior. I wonder if like Mitty she needs to create this image to give herself a sense of self esteem.
    She could also just be addicted to a sense of power.

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    Dave B. February 12, 2013 at 12:04 am #

    Did anybody notice how Orly said “Obama does not have a valid Selective Service certificate. Based on the affidavit of Sheriff Arpaio and investigator Zullo, alleged copy of Obama’s Selective Service Certificate, is COMPUTER GENERATED FORGERY”?

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    ObiWanCannoli February 12, 2013 at 12:25 am #

    I always wondered how her self-proclaimed and conical hat wearing patriotic followers feel about sending the brief to UN, world human rights bodies and the international criminal court. I guess it’s okay as long as Obama is a the subject of the brief.

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    ZixiOfIx February 12, 2013 at 3:30 am #

    ObiWanCannoli: I guess it’s okay as long as Obama is a the subject of the brief.

    Basically, yes. Birthers, who (in the main) call themselves conservative, demand judicial activism, a decidedly un-conservative position to take.

    These same so-called conservative birthers curse the military they claim to love for not refusing orders. They constantly demand that certified elections be overturned, and that various elected officials be thrown out of office for not bending to the collective birther will.

    Their hatred for President Obama, which is often racist in nature, coupled with the willingness of elected Republicans to cater to them and fawn over them has been so incredibly damaging to the GOP.

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    Horus February 12, 2013 at 12:33 pm #

    ZixiOfIx: Basically, yes. Birthers, who (in the main) call themselves conservative, demand judicial activism, a decidedly un-conservative position to take.

    These same so-called conservative birthers curse the military they claim to love for not refusing orders. They constantly demand that certified elections be overturned, and that various elected officials be thrown out of office for not bending to the collective birther will.

    Their hatred for President Obama, which is often racist in nature, coupled with the willingness of elected Republicans to cater to them and fawn over them has been so incredibly damaging to the GOP.

    They are the same people who claim homosexuality is an Abomination all while enjoying their shrimp and lobster dinner.

    Hint) they are all Abominations in Leviticus.

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    Thomas Brown February 12, 2013 at 12:39 pm #

    Horus: They are the same people who claim homosexuality is an Abomination all while enjoying their shrimp and lobster dinner.

    Hint) they are all Abominations in Leviticus.

    And how about folks wearing clothes made of different kinds of cloth! What up with that? The nerve of some people, defying the Bible like that.

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    Sef February 12, 2013 at 12:48 pm #

    Thomas Brown: And how about folks wearing clothes made of different kinds of cloth!What up with that?The nerve of some people, defying the Bible like that.

    “It’s not fake anything. It’s real Dynel.”

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    misha marinsky February 12, 2013 at 1:22 pm #

    Sef: “It’s not fake anything. It’s real Dynel.”

    Here’s what I’ve been looking for
    A genuine copy of a fake Dior

    - Alan Sherman

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    misha marinsky February 12, 2013 at 1:26 pm #

    Horus: They are the same people who claim homosexuality is an Abomination all while enjoying their shrimp and lobster dinner.

    Plus, the bible calls for homosexuals to be stoned to death.

    The inverted pink triangle came from Auschwitz. Jews had the yellow star, and the only way out for both was through the smokestack. In fascist Italy, they were summarily shot.

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    JoZeppy February 12, 2013 at 1:45 pm #

    Just an update from the Supreme Court.

    A friend told me she’s there with about 2 followers…and gosh darn it, I forgot my camera today :(

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    Rickey February 12, 2013 at 2:03 pm #

    JoZeppy:
    Just an update from the Supreme Court.

    A friend told me she’s there with about 2 followers…and gosh darn it, I forgot my camera today

    The Fogbow has a photo up. It looks like Orly, two other protestors, and a couple of passers-by.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BC6vj_GCYAEA0Ni.jpg:large

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    Sef February 12, 2013 at 2:10 pm #

    Rickey: The Fogbow has a photo up. It looks like Orly, two other protestors, and a couple of passers-by.

    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/BC6vj_GCYAEA0Ni.jpg:large

    What a beautiful spring day. And yes, the geese have begun their northern migration.

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    Gabe February 12, 2013 at 2:23 pm #

    >

    Yoda: Exactly what about any of her performances in court leads you to believe she will ever win?

    Yoda: Exactly what about any of her performances in court leads you to believe she will ever win?

    In the villages of the past a ringing bell would signal some type of help was needed or a danger such as a flood was coming, the villagers would respond some of them would be more adept than others to help solve the problem, thought the sum total of the people would work to resolve the problem, same a with Volunteer fireman, the siren goes off the volunteers respond, the sun total of their effort will contain the fire: Orly is doing just that sounding the alarm about a problem, if someone is more adept in presentations in court let them step forward, try not and kill the messenger. Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time

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    JD Reed February 12, 2013 at 2:25 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    Taitz appears not to have realized that she is still not in the Soviet Union. She sees the US Government through Soviet eyes, and distrusts every aspect of the government, the executive, the courts and the Congress. She confuses the American free press with the state-controlled media in the USSR. Tie that distrust of all authority to paranoid conspiracy thinking and rampant narcissism, a license to practice law, and a chorus of right-wing nut jobs such as yourself fawning over her and egging her on, and you get the unholy mess that is Orly Taitz.

    Lady Liberty? No. Maybe Comrade Svetlana.

    She also has a very Stalinist view of opposition to herself — it’s treason, meriting the death penalty. The difference is, Stalin had the power to make his will reality, whereas Orly doesn’t — and thank God, never will.

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    Yoda February 12, 2013 at 2:27 pm #

    Gabe: >Yoda: Exactly what about any of her performances in court leads you to believe she will ever win?In the villages of the past a ringing bell would signal some type of help was needed or a danger such as a flood was coming, the villagers would respond some of them would be more adept than others to help solve the problem, thought the sum total of the people would work to resolve the problem, same a with Volunteer fireman, the siren goes off the volunteers respond, the sun total of their effort will contain the fire: Orly is doing just that sounding the alarm about a problem, if someone is more adept in presentations in court let them step forward, try not and kill the messenger. Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time

    So the answer is nothing. Good to know.

    Here is a better question. If eligibility was really an issue, don’t you think that lawyers with a much greater skill set than Orly would be the face of birtherism?

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    Rickey February 12, 2013 at 2:30 pm #

    Gabe:
    Orly is doing just that sounding the alarm about a problem, if someone is more adept in presentations in court let them step forward, try not and kill the messenger. Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time.

    Are you saying that Orly is a statue? Does she charge admission?

    Orly’s problem is that the people who are “more adept in presentations in court” want nothing to do with her because they know that her arguments are not worth the paper they are written on.

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    donna February 12, 2013 at 2:34 pm #

    Yoda: If eligibility was really an issue, don’t you think that lawyers with a much greater skill set than Orly would be the face of birtherism

    for the would be biggest case of fraud in the history of the world?

    where are the likes of joe digenova, ted olson, gloria toensing, ben ginsberg, all respectable attorneys from the right?

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    DaveH February 12, 2013 at 2:37 pm #

    What is amazing to me is that birthers actually think that the majority of Americans are with them when the fact is the majority don’t even know you exist. My family and friends know of my interest in watching Orly Taitz fail time after time but have no interest in the subject beyond what I may tell them in passing.

    Had it not been for a death in the family in 2009, I would have never learned about Orly Taitz. It just so happened I was sitting home after a funeral the day she had her meltdown on MSNBC and I caught it. That’s when I did an internet search for her because I couldn’t believe this moron with a thick Russian accent actually believed what she was saying.

    For me, this has been a distraction. Kind of like getting caught up in watching some soap opera. The only reason to watch is to find out what stupid thing she’s going to do next.

    Lady Liberty? Give me a break! She’s a lying seditionist. She won’t ever win because it is apparent she has no knowledge or understanding of our Constitution and it is apparent that most birthers don’t either. Courts don’t have the power to do what was assigned to Congress. Any “honest judge” she may find that would rule in her favor would have their decision promptly overturned by a higher court.

    I am no fan of Obama but you’re welcome to call me an Obot if you so choose. As an Independent that would normally vote Republican, they’re losing my vote as long as they want to play with the birthers. I don’t support idiots.

    Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time

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    JD Reed February 12, 2013 at 2:50 pm #

    Gabe:
    >

    Yoda: Orly is …just
    sounding the alarm about a problem, if someone is more adept in presentations in court let them step forward, try not and kill the messenger. Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time

    Orly is the Lady Fruitcake of our time, and history — when it takes note of her at all — will lump her with the likes of Father Coughlin, David Duke, Lyndon LaRouche, et al.
    The reason no one “more adept at presentation” is going to step forward and take up Orly’s banner, albeit with more success, is that those more adept at presentation are, generally speaking, not so bat guano crazy that they don’t see this as a surefire dead end.

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    Dave B. February 12, 2013 at 2:51 pm #

    Orly’s more like the bad kid who yanks on a fire alarm because she likes to hear the sirens.

    Gabe: Orly is doing just that sounding the alarm about a problem

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    Arthur February 12, 2013 at 2:53 pm #

    Gabe: Orly is doing just that sounding the alarm about a problem, if someone is more adept in presentations in court let them step forward, try not and kill the messenger. Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time

    Unfortunately for the birthers, there is no one more adept than Orly. As far as killing the messenger, I don’t know how many more times Orly can shoot herself in the foot and still survive the attack.

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    Majority Will February 12, 2013 at 3:01 pm #

    Gabe: Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time

    BAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA ! ! ! ! Oh, you were serious.

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    donna February 12, 2013 at 3:03 pm #

    DaveH:

    in the summer of 2009 during our annual family reunion, i mention taitz and the birthers – no one knew what i was talking about – these were not low information people and included (harvard) law grads and people with multiple post grad degrees

    i then introduced them to jon stewart’s “The Born Identity” video

    Barack Obama is not only the United States’ first black president — he’s also the first not-American president.

    http://www.thedailyshow.com/watch/wed-july-22-2009/the-born-identity

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    Arthur February 12, 2013 at 3:16 pm #

    DaveH: Had it not been for a death in the family in 2009, I would have never learned about Orly Taitz. It just so happened I was sitting home after a funeral the day she had her meltdown on MSNBC and I caught it.

    Yeah, that’s when I first became aware of birtherism and Orly Taitz, too.

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    Thomas Brown February 12, 2013 at 3:29 pm #

    Dave B.:
    Orly’s more like the bad kid who yanks on a fire alarm because she likes to hear the sirens.

    Or maybe the W.O.P.R. from War Games. If either one succeeded in their aims, they would disrupt life on a global scale… and in both cases because they considered the exercise to be a game.

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    JPotter February 12, 2013 at 3:38 pm #

    Gabe: In the villages of the past a ringing bell would signal some type of help was needed or a danger such as a flood was coming,

    See “The Boy Who Cried Wolf” and “Chicken Little”. Orly is a teensy bit of the former, nearly all the latter, thus, no response from the ‘villagers’.

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    jayHG February 12, 2013 at 3:45 pm #

    Of course Taitz is follhardy enough to actually send this to the court. She’s just a plain fool and I can’t for the life of me understand why someone who loves her has not tried to get her some help?

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    JoZeppy February 12, 2013 at 4:05 pm #

    Gabe:
    >

    In the villages of the past a ringing bell would signal some type of help was needed or a danger such as a flood was coming, the villagers would respond some of them would be more adept than others to help solve the problem, thought the sum total of the people would work to resolve the problem, same a with Volunteer fireman, the siren goes off the volunteers respond, the sun total of their effort will contain the fire: Orly is doing just that sounding the alarm about a problem, if someone is more adept in presentations in court let them step forward, try not and kill the messenger. Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time

    You see the problem with your argument is that those of us that are more adept in presentations in court are also more adept at legal and factual research and long ago realized that her arguments are totally without merit. Thus the only person left for your villagers to follow is the village idiot.

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    predicto February 12, 2013 at 4:41 pm #

    Yoda:
    I would hope, at the very least, her conduct ends up with her being called to appear in front of the Supreme Court for the tongue lashing she so richly deserves.

    It’s not going to happen. The Justices have much better and more important things to do than actually engage directly with any of the hundreds or thousands of nutcases that send them meritless, bizarre filings every year. The Court just accepts the filing fee, someone skims the documents and prepares a summary, the Judges vote not to take the case along with the other massive pile of cases they are not going to take, and Orly’s papers go in the recycling bin.

    Put it this way. Orly isn’t important enough to earn a tongue lashing from the Supreme Court. She isn’t important enough for anything other than a quick giggle and a roll of the eyes when her petition is shitcanned.

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    justlw February 12, 2013 at 4:51 pm #

    JoZeppy:
    Just an update from the Supreme Court.

    A friend told me she’s there with about 2 followers…and gosh darn it, I forgot my camera today

    The main caravan is probably lingering over their delicious yet affordable McDonald’s meals, and will be showing up Any Minute Now.

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    ZixiOfIx February 12, 2013 at 5:25 pm #

    Gabe: Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time

    Hollow inside and lit up at night?

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    Northland10 February 12, 2013 at 6:32 pm #

    Gabe:

    Orly is the Lady Liberty of our time

    I suggest wiping your nose before eating.

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    misha marinsky February 12, 2013 at 6:45 pm #

    Gabe: In the villages of the past a ringing bell would signal some type of help was needed or a danger such as a flood was coming, the villagers would respond

    Orly is the Get Ready Man:

    http://farm5.static.flickr.com/4120/4889541563_021367d0fe.jpg

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    misha marinsky February 12, 2013 at 7:41 pm #

    Gabe: Lady Liberty is ringing the Liberty bell, though many appear to be tone deaf!

    Sorry, what did you say?

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    brygenon February 14, 2013 at 6:28 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy: Taitz appears not to have realized that she is still not in the Soviet Union. She sees the US Government through Soviet eyes, and distrusts every aspect of the government, the executive, the courts and the Congress. She confuses the American free press with the state-controlled media in the USSR.

    I don’t think so. Who ever heard of Soviet dissident Orly Taitz? She rants about the government in the U.S. today being worse that in the Soviet Union of her youth, but she’s only saying it because she knows that speaking against the government is safe here. If she believed it, she’d be as quiet as she was over there.

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    aarrgghh February 14, 2013 at 9:13 am #

    brygenon: “I don’t think so. Who ever heard of Soviet dissident Orly Taitz? She rants about the government in the U.S. today being worse that in the Soviet Union of her youth, but she’s only saying it because she knows that speaking against the government is safe here. If she believed it, she’d be as quiet as she was over there.”

    the birther queen lady of liberty is just a frustrated elena coucesceau, a stillborn evita peron, a failed marie antoinette, howling at the oppressive former soviet union and the law-bound united states for each in its own way preventing her from enjoying the complete license and impunity she craves, wherein every citizen owes her slavish deference to her every fleeting and petty whim. the only liberty she is loudly and incompetently demanding is her own.

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    The Magic M February 14, 2013 at 11:27 am #

    Gabe: if someone is more adept in presentations in court let them step forward

    And it doesn’t strike you as odd that *nobody* more competent steps forward? (You can’t count Klayman and Van Irion who have proven to be just as – deliberately or not – incompetent as her.)
    Not one retired competent lawyer willing to help? Can’t be fear of retribution since obviously Orly (just like all other birthers, prominent or not) is still alive and free after 5 years of antics, so don’t try that argument.

    Arthur: Yeah, that’s when I first became aware of birtherism and Orly Taitz, too.

    I can’t exactly remember how I got into it, but it wasn’t through Orly. I think I stumbled across an anti-birther site (could’ve been BadFiction for all I know) for whatever reason and got sucked into the topic.

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    richCares February 14, 2013 at 11:40 am #

    “when I first became aware of birtherism ”
    I became aware when my neighbors (close friends) took in their teen grand daughter who could no longer stand her birther father. Finally the wife left as well, the teen is now back with the mother, the birther idiot lost his family. Hating Obama has cost him a lot.

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    Yoda February 14, 2013 at 12:15 pm #

    richCares: “when I first became aware of birtherism ”

    I think my first experience with birtherism was on a pro Sarah Palin page on FB, I was posting about politics and I stumbled across Trump for President FB page and the birthers were rampant. In order to rebut their stupid statements I started to do some research and found some Orly videos on Youtube.