The character who posted here extensively under dozens of aliases, but that we most remember as Sven Magnussen, has turned up at the Orly Taitz blog to promote his unique theories of Barack Obama the abandoned child. I don’t intend to get into his alternate history since we did that in comments on this blog years ago and in great length, but what I want to focus on is a comment left on Orly’s blog [link to Taitz web site] about it:
I am not an enemy to one group or the other. That is the idea of the left to divide, so would it not be best to see the heart of those trying to get results rather than their methods? We are not working in a normal situation, at best. Anyone willing to stick their necks out deserves some credit. I will not go against anyone trying to get to the truth. I will NOT trust anyone group with the whole truth. I will make my own decisions on that when the time comes. The evidence weighs wholly in the favor of those proving this man is not eligible or fit to be in OUR White House and he should go. That is the bottom line for me, not which group is doing all the right moves and for what reasons that I do not see or are not privy to. I just know those mentioned and Orly are doing work that not many want to stick out their necks for. Let’s not turn this into an infight.
I suppose lying, filing frivolous lawsuits, fabricating evidence, forging documents, accessing databases illegally, flouting privacy laws and just plain making stuff up is not a problem for this commenter. It would seem that the goal is not fairness, due process, accuracy, evidence and much less truth, but rather the conclusion, that Obama is ineligible is what matters.
It doesn’t matter how crazy the story, and that there’s no evidence whatever to support it: Folks get credit for just making the claim. This is really a faith-based statement.