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Taitz v. Obama rehearing denied

The 4th Appellate District Division 3 of California received a misfaxed request for reconsideration of their decision in Taitz v. Obama, a decision affirming the lower court decision in its entirety including a $4,000 sanction/cost shift against Taitz.

The Court construed her request for reconsideration to be a request for a rehearing, and yesterday the Court denied the rehearing.

Case closed.

Will Taitz appeal to the California Supreme Court? No, I do not think they will find her appealing.

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26 Responses to Taitz v. Obama rehearing denied

  1. avatar
    Andrew Vrba, PmG November 19, 2013 at 10:14 pm #

    Owl screechings about how she was cheated by the tricksy hobbit-er judge in 3…2…1…

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    jdkinpa November 19, 2013 at 10:58 pm #

    Taitz v. Obama rehearing denied….

    and wasn’t even invited to the BIG shindig in DC.

    http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/?p=440588

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    Lupin November 20, 2013 at 2:55 am #

    You’d think the Courts would be running out of stakes by now.

  4. avatar
    alg November 20, 2013 at 9:32 am #

    What?!? Is there not one honest judge in the Land?!? 😀

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    Curious George November 20, 2013 at 9:49 am #

    “Case closed.”

    Well, at least she’s consistent. She’s batting a 1000.

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    Benji Franklin November 20, 2013 at 11:34 am #

    Lupin: You’d think the Courts would be running out of stakes by now.

    Lawyers, help us out here! In the case of an alleged professional, in this case, Orly claiming to “be” an attorney, if we stipulate that she has been officially permitted to practice as such (in at least California), is it conceivable that anyone who has acquired enough legal knowledge to pass the bar exams, could not know what a professional spectacle of counterproductive incompetence she has revealed by :

    1) Making so many technical errors in filing initially
    2) Repeating those errors ad infinitum
    3) Repeatedly ignoring the behavior protocols of the legal profession (virtually stalking and topically ambushing SCOTUS justices, soliciting her supporters to harass judges etc

    Even if she got someone to pass the test for her, how could any person of reasonable intelligence, who seemingly cared so much about a successful initiative, not have boned up on the relatively narrow range of competencies she would have needed to just fail miserably on the merits alone of these cases?

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    Notorial Dissent November 20, 2013 at 12:30 pm #

    Think you pretty much answered your question right there.

    Benji Franklin: Even if she got someone to pass the test for her, how could any person of reasonable intelligence, who seemingly cared so much about a successful initiative, not have boned up on the relatively narrow range of competencies she would have needed to just fail miserably on the merits alone of these cases?

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    Yoda November 20, 2013 at 12:50 pm #

    Benji Franklin: Lawyers, help us out here! In the case of an alleged professional, in this case, Orly claiming to “be” an attorney, if we stipulate that she has been officially permitted to practice as such (in at least California), is it conceivable that anyone who has acquired enough legal knowledge to pass the bar exams, could not know what a professional spectacle of counterproductive incompetence she has revealed by :

    1) Making so many technical errors in filing initially
    2) Repeating those errors ad infinitum
    3) Repeatedly ignoring the behavior protocols of the legal profession (virtually stalking and topically ambushing SCOTUS justices, soliciting her supporters to harass judges etc

    Even if she got someone to pass the test for her, how could any person of reasonable intelligence, who seemingly cared so much about a successful initiative, not have boned up on the relatively narrow range of competencies she would have needed to just fail miserably on the merits alone of these cases?

    Orly has no clue that she is totally incompetent. To the extent that she would ever acknowledge any mistake in the things she laughably calls pleadings she believes that they should be overlooked by the Court because it is the most important case in the history of the universe, thereby ignoring the irony that if the Courts looked pasted things like standing and subject matter jurisdiction they actually be engaging in the conduct that she now accuses them of on a daily basis. She is more concerned with the praise from her flying monkeys than she is criticism by judges because, in her eyes, the judges are corrupt and/or dishonest. She does not show the slightest hint of learning from her mistakes, mostly because she does not believe that she made mistakes, but rather claims that the judges are wrong.

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    Kiwiwriter November 20, 2013 at 1:08 pm #

    Orly couldn’t litigate a traffic ticket…unbelievable.

    And still no sanctions from the California bar?

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    Joey November 20, 2013 at 1:52 pm #

    There are people of Taitz’ level of incompetence in every profession. Yes, I know how scary that sounds. There are surgeons who leave sponges inside people’s bodies and remove the wrong organ.

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    donna November 20, 2013 at 2:30 pm #

    Yoda: Orly has no clue that she is totally incompetent.

    she HAS a clue – NO ONE is that stooopid

    pro se litigants LEARN after their mistakes (IF NOT BEFORE)

    they research the law and rules BEFORE they file – they don’t wait years & years to PROVE their incompetetnce

    i have no clue as to why she appears so incompetent EXCEPT for money (and “fame”)

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    The European November 20, 2013 at 3:06 pm #

    donna:
    Yoda: Orly has no clue that she is totally incompetent.

    she HAS a clue – NO ONE is that stooopid

    pro se litigants LEARN after their mistakes (IF NOT BEFORE)

    they research the law and rules BEFORE they file – they don’t wait years & years to PROVE their incompetetnce

    i have no clue as to why she appears so incompetent EXCEPT for money (and “fame”)

    You know the answer. The powers that rule the world have chosen her – when she left the SU with her parents – to become a double agent. Every time the birthers think they have the upper hand- the secret obot weapon strikes.

    Do not forget – Putin was KGB. He was a KGB-resident for some years in Germany. Mrs. Merkel won at school a Russian language contest. She traveled to Moscow. Can you connect the dots ?

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    Standing For Justice November 20, 2013 at 3:41 pm #

    [Court standard notice removed. Doc]

    United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
    Notice of Docket Activity

    The following transaction was entered on 11/20/2013 at 10:02:58 AM PST and filed on 11/20/2013

    Case Name: James Grinols, et al v. Electoral College, et al
    Case Number: 13-16359

    Docket Text:
    Filed (ECF) Streamlined request for extension of time to file Answering Brief by Appellees Electoral College, Barrack Obama, President of the Senate and U.S. Congress. New requested due date is 12/30/2013 at 11:59 pm. [8869918] (EAO)
    http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG November 20, 2013 at 4:05 pm #

    She’s either the greatest con artist I’ve ever seen, or she’s a complete idiot. I’m leaning more towards the latter, to be quite honest. “No one could possibly be that stupid!” was disproved by the internet a long time go…I mean, you’ve seen Youtube, right?

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    Dr. Conspiracy November 20, 2013 at 4:13 pm #

    So do you think they will actually file an answer? I don’t think they have to.

    Standing For Justice: Filed (ECF) Streamlined request for extension of time to file Answering Brief by Appellees Electoral College, Barrack Obama, President of the Senate and U.S. Congress. New requested due date is 12/30/2013 at 11:59 pm. [8869918] (EAO)

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    Krosis November 20, 2013 at 5:30 pm #

    Con artist? Does Orly actually obtain a profit from her shenanigans?

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    predicto November 20, 2013 at 6:27 pm #

    Kiwiwriter:
    Orly couldn’t litigate a traffic ticket…unbelievable.

    And still no sanctions from the California bar?

    I still have absolutely no idea how she passed the California Bar, which is the hardest bar exam in the nation. Somehow she did.

    The reason she isn’t getting disciplined by the Bar seems obvious to me. The attorney discipline system exists primarily to protect legal clients from evil and incompetent attorneys. Orly has no clients, and in the rare circumstance where she does, the client is fully on board with her nonsense. What she is doing isn’t really law, its just incompetent public theatre.

    The Bar has limited resources, and plenty of other people to go after who actually have real clients who have been harmed. Orly is not a high priority.

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    Bob November 20, 2013 at 6:27 pm #

    Krosis:
    Con artist? Does Orly actually obtain a profit from her shenanigans?

    I don’t know about “profit” but she claims she receives donations.

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    Keith November 20, 2013 at 9:53 pm #

    Krosis:
    Con artist? Does Orly actually obtain a profit from her shenanigans?

    Probably not a monetary profit, but it is fairly obvious that she is a psychologically needy person. Sure, we all are to one degree or another, but she must be in the 4th or 5th standard deviation.

    I expect her profit affects her ego more than her bank account.

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    The Magic M November 21, 2013 at 4:30 am #

    Bob: I don’t know about “profit” but she claims she receives donations.

    According to her latest blog comments, she has less than a handful of people who send regular donations (she mentioned one person sending $20/month and another sending $10/month and that that is pretty much everything).
    I’d be surprised if she takes in more than $150/month from all her followers combined.

    Her comments section is also a good indication of the size of her “army” – given that birthers love to comment a lot (as can bee seen on ORYR where five people can make 120 comments within two days on a single article), the small number of comments shows she has very few active followers today. (At her peak, some of her articles got 100+ comments as well, but that was when she still had 20+ ballot challenges running and people bought into her “he won’t be on any ballot” crap.)

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    Kiwiwriter November 21, 2013 at 12:23 pm #

    predicto: I still have absolutely no idea how she passed the California Bar, which is the hardest bar exam in the nation. Somehow she did.

    The reason she isn’t getting disciplined by the Bar seems obvious to me.The attorney discipline system exists primarily to protect legal clients from evil and incompetent attorneys.Orly has no clients, and in the rare circumstance where she does, the client is fully on board with her nonsense. What she is doing isn’t really law, its just incompetent public theatre.

    The Bar has limited resources, and plenty of other people to go after who actually have real clients who have been harmed. Orly is not a high priority.

    Good point…she has NOT defrauded her clients, just defrauded the courts. Her incompetency only hurts her. Very true.

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    Kiwiwriter November 21, 2013 at 12:23 pm #

    The Magic M: According to her latest blog comments, she has less than a handful of people who send regular donations (she mentioned one person sending $20/month and another sending $10/month and that that is pretty much everything).
    I’d be surprised if she takes in more than $150/month from all her followers combined.

    Her comments section is also a good indication of the size of her “army” – given that birthers love to comment a lot (as can bee seen on ORYR where five people can make 120 comments within two days on a single article), the small number of comments shows she has very few active followers today. (At her peak, some of her articles got 100+ comments as well, but that was when she still had 20+ ballot challenges running and people bought into her “he won’t be on any ballot” crap.)

    Yes, the birthers have vast amounts of time to comment on everything. Either they’re unemployed or retired, or both.

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    Dr. Conspiracy November 21, 2013 at 2:24 pm #

    🙄

    Kiwiwriter: Yes, the birthers have vast amounts of time to comment on everything. Either they’re unemployed or retired, or both.

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    Krosis November 21, 2013 at 5:57 pm #

    Orly does seem to genuinely think that she is doing good, them. Poor Orly.

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    JPotter November 21, 2013 at 7:40 pm #

    Kiwiwriter: Yes, the birthers have vast amounts of time to comment on everything. Either they’re unemployed or retired, or both.

    You forgot well-heeled / living lives of leisure.

    Or disabled/chronically-/terminally- ill, and bored out of their minds.

    Or toadies paid to comment all day.

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    Kiwiwriter November 22, 2013 at 4:50 pm #

    JPotter: You forgot well-heeled / living lives of leisure.

    Or disabled/chronically-/terminally- ill, and bored out of their minds.

    Or toadies paid to comment all day.

    Yes…them too…I think a lot of the RWNJs are just bored out of their minds.