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    JPotter
    March 3, 2014

    How disappointing! The presence of the Manning video had me convinced that the “Super PAC” site was from the same or a kindred source, intended to skewer Taitz.

    Looking at it now, it looks like a pile of amateurish puffery? A crude attempt to make Taitz seem important? So unsophisticated that they took the Manning video onboard based solely on its title?

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    bgansel9
    March 3, 2014

    Is there a law in CA that addresses the claiming of endorsements that don’t exist?

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    Dr. Conspiracy
    March 3, 2014

    I think it more likely that the creator of the Super PAC web site is the one trying to look important.

    JPotter: Looking at it now, it looks like a pile of amateurish puffery? A crude attempt to make Taitz seem important? So unsophisticated that they took the Manning video onboard based solely on its title?

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    CarlOrcas
    March 3, 2014

    I particularly like the header graphic on the super PAC site: The giant disembodied head floating over downtown Los Angeles. There’s a movie in this somewhere.

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    CarlOrcas
    March 3, 2014

    bgansel9:
    Is there a law in CA that addresses the claiming of endorsements that don’t exist?

    It’s been a while since I dealt with political advertising in California but back then the answer would have been “no”.

    A person could make a case for defamation if the endorser was particularly offensive.

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    Dr. Conspiracy
    March 3, 2014

    My favorite is her head over the water that reminded me of Monty Python.

    http://orlytaitzsuperpac.com/index.php/donate/

    CarlOrcas: I particularly like the header graphic on the super PAC site: The giant disembodied head floating over downtown Los Angeles. There’s a movie in this somewhere.

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    CarlOrcas
    March 3, 2014

    Dr. Conspiracy: My favorite is her head over the water that reminded me of Monty Python.

    Looking at the campaign site I can’t help but wonder about cars having to drive through her head as they cross the Golden Gate. Kinda scary.

    Not sure what happened but the head over the bay seems to have replaced the head over Los Angeles. Very confusing.

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    sfjeff
    March 3, 2014

    The Golden Gate bridge called- and it would like its image back.

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    Krosis
    March 3, 2014

    Didn’t the Fogbow thread about it conclude that the “PAC site” is a deliberate parody/hoax at the expense of Taitz? That they still haven’t set up a mechanism for accepting donations, the ridiculous design (one header graphics involves the same Taitz bust copy-pasted 5 times on one image), their warning against visiting the Taitz web site… it all points to a hoaxer.

    It would probably just feed Taitz’s paranoia.

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    JPotter
    March 3, 2014

    I keep trying to get It Came From Beneath the Sea from Netflix (old Harryhausen flick in which a giant ‘sextupus’ destroys San Fran). So far, they’ve sent me 2 broken discs.

    Tying this together with the Taitz PAC, imagery, I suspect a cover-up; did Harryhausen reveal the watery origins of “former swimsuit model” Taitz? Are Taitz’s minions intentionally cracking all the copies they can get their hands on???

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    Dr. Conspiracy
    March 3, 2014

    It could well be a hoax or some kid in middle school with a crush on Taitz.

    Krosis: Didn’t the Fogbow thread about it conclude that the “PAC site” is a deliberate parody/hoax at the expense of Taitz? That they still haven’t set up a mechanism for accepting donations, the ridiculous design (one header graphics involves the same Taitz bust copy-pasted 5 times on one image), their warning against visiting the Taitz web site… it all points to a hoaxer.

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    J.D. Sue
    March 3, 2014

    I find it hard to stomach reading that an attorney said to CalGuns’ owner: “Second amendment is there to protect our rights, among them the right to report the truth about our corrupt and lawless leaders. If you are afraid to stand up for this rights, maybe the second amendment supporters should go to another web site, god knows there are plenty of them on the Internet.”

    It’s not only ignorant of the law (it’s our 1st amendment right “to report the truth…”; the 2nd amendment pertains only to bearing arms), but it’s extraordinarily rude and threatening. This is how one seeks an endorsement/ally? What is she thinking?

    I especially like CalGuns response, that said in part: “Regarding your claim that ANYONE has contacted me, much less and ‘Obama operative, you are flat out wrong. I have no idea where you came by this theory but it is ludicrously false and blatantly paranoid. … …….. In case there is any confusion let me make this clear, any use of the Trademarked names, ‘Calguns’ or ‘Calguns.net’ is NOT authorized.”

    If ya can’t be an attorney, how can ya be an attorney general? Just wow.

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    Thinker
    March 3, 2014

    Notice on that “letters of support” page she includes a letter from one of her nutty retired military supporters to Judge England from her Grinols case. Taitz herself filed that letter with the court last year In a completely unethical attempt to influence the judge’s ruling in the case.

    This is someone who wants to be the Attorney General of California. What a disgrace.

  14. avatar
    ArthurWankspittle
    March 4, 2014

    CarlOrcas:
    I particularly like the header graphic on the super PAC site: The giantdisembodied head floating over downtown Los Angeles. There’s a movie in this somewhere.

    Orly as Zardoz – a floating head telling the people what to do.

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    Krosis
    March 4, 2014

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    It could well be a hoax or some kid in middle school with a crush on Taitz.

    The thought of anyone in middle school having a crush on Taitz is somewhat unsettling. The floating heads (5 in one image) suggest that either it’s a hoax designed have a laugh at Orly and to confuse the few supporters she has.

    Although if you’re in middle school and you have a crush on her, you are probably a rather strange person.

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    Dr. Conspiracy
    March 4, 2014

    Doc’s Law of the Bell Curve:

    The bigger the population, the more eccentric the tails.

    Krosis: Although if you’re in middle school and you have a crush on her, you are probably a rather strange person.

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    Crustacean
    March 4, 2014

    Dr. Conspiracy: Doc’s Law of the Bell Curve:
    The bigger the population, the more eccentric the tails.

    Remember Detective Wojo from the Barney Miller show? He had a great line in one episode (I think they had nabbed a fetishist of some kind): you can point to anything in the Sears catalog, and someone somewhere wants to sleep with it.

    [Should I actually hit “submit comment” on this one? No, not a good idea. Uh oh! my finger slipped!!]

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