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    jtmunkus April 21, 2014 at 5:10 pm #

    I couldn’t listen, after the host called the president of the United States a “cotton-eyed Joe”.

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    Bob April 21, 2014 at 6:00 pm #

    I hope she’s enjoying the alternate universe she lives in.

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    Nancy R Owens April 21, 2014 at 7:04 pm #

    Notice Orly’s knee jerk reaction when she hears the name, “Thomas.”

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    John Reilly April 22, 2014 at 1:17 am #

    I listened to about the first 40 minutes while driving to O’Hare. It was not so compelling as to make me circle the airport to finish it.

    The hosts start off with a quote making fun of socialists, saying that socialists do not understand that if conservatives are opposed to the government doing something, such as public education, it doesn’t mean that conservatives are opposed to doing that social good privately among themselves. Then the hosts bemoan the fact that the government (yes, the big one) is not monitoring radiation levels as debris from Fukushima gets closer to the State of Jefferson. Frankly, I don’t know why those people can’t carry their own Geiger counters and wear tin foil hats. And why do we Hoosiers have to pay to protect people in some state that doesn’t even exist?

    Then Dr. Taitz arrives. By phone. She has two big points to make (until I parked my car.) For safety reasons, you apparently can’t listen to a podcast of Dr. Taitz while flying.

    The first point is the Alabama case. She reports the outcome correctly, but mis-states what the dissent says. She thinks the dissent says that the Alabama secretary of state had a duty to vet candidates and that had she done so, she would have discovered that Pres. Obama’s papers were forged.

    Her second point was an extensive discussion of the Wong Kim Ark decision. She gets the basic facts right, and says that one of the justices even wrote that Ark was a natural born citizen who could be President. However, she explains that since Ark wasn’t running for President, that part of the opinion is not binding. Thus, we need a real Supreme Court decision about Pres. Obama.

    Along the way there are casual asides about forged this and forged that, Kenyan birth, Indonesian citizenship, etc.

    Towards the end, Dr. Taitz moved on to a whistleblower at the NSA who told her that the only folks appointed to federal judgeships are those the government has something on, like they are closet gay, closet bi-sexual, in financial trouble, etc. That, of course, explains why Dr. Taitz loses every case.

    Maybe when I pick it up the thread will be tied together about how the Supreme Court is not selected like all of the other judges. Cause, golly, if it is (wonder what category Justice Scalia is in), what’s the point of going to the Supreme Court, where all 9 justices are being blackmailed, paid off, etc.

    Makes you want to move to Moldova, which was a heaven on earth, and to believe Dr. Taitz, will soon return as an earthly Eden as soon as Putin takes over.

    I speak with folks like the hosts with some regularity. Nice enough people until you find out that they believe in various international conspiracies, Obama isn’t eligible but the elite keep him in, the federal government is too big except that don’t touch my Medicare, social security and farm price supports.

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    Northland10 April 22, 2014 at 9:16 am #

    John Reilly:
    I listened to about the first 40 minutes while driving to O’Hare.It was not so compelling as to make me circle the airport to finish it.

    That covers 50 feet. What did you listen to for the rest of the trip to O’Hare?

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    Keith (not logged on) April 22, 2014 at 9:30 am #

    Northland10: That covers 50 feet.What did you listen to for the rest of the trip to O’Hare?

    Maybe he wasn’t on the Eisenhower? Or are all the roads like Ike now?

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    John Reilly April 22, 2014 at 10:15 am #

    Northland10: That covers 50 feet.What did you listen to for the rest of the trip to O’Hare?

    Yes. I’ve spent many an hour sitting in traffic in Chicago. The rest of the time I was on the phone. I’ll finish listening to Dr. Taitz when I have a spare 20 minutes.

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    Northland10 April 22, 2014 at 1:12 pm #

    Keith (not logged on): Maybe he wasn’t on the Eisenhower? Or are all the roads like Ike now?

    We honor our former Presidents by driving slowly on their roads (I.e. the Kennedy parking lot, um, I mean expressway).

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    John Reilly April 23, 2014 at 2:08 am #

    I finished listening. There was the promise by the hosts that we would hear a discussion of the difference between jus soli and jus sanguines, but that never happened.

    Then there was an attack of liberals/leftists for using Alinsky tactics. (I had never heard of Alinsky until a few years ago.) This is a dog whistle about the Jewish people who control the banks, movie industry, medicine, etc. (think of the mayor of that Missouri town who essentially is opposed to shooting Jewish people, or people who might be near Jewish people, but still believes that Jewish people control just about everything.)

    Then a discussion of the Georgia case, where the President was in contempt of court for ignoring a subpoena. Only that problem went away because Dr. Taitz discovered that Judge Malihi was Persian, and Pres. Obama made a deal to go easy on the Iranians and I guess the Iranians gave Judge Malihi instructions to lighten up on Pres. Obama.

    Then a promise that Dr. Taitz won’t rest until Pres. Obama, Valerie Jarrett, and everyone else he has appointed to anything, because they are all criminally complicit in treason, are in jail. (Ms. Jarrett is probably happy moving up on the charts.)

    Then a pitch for her campaign.

    That’s it.

    I have little doubt that Dr. Taitz believes the hate, lies and venom spewing from her mouth. It is an amazing performance, and I’m confident that there are a fair number of people who, against all evidence, believe this stuff.