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California Primary, June 3

Interesting true story. I was talking to one of the anti-birthers at the Fogbow meetup Saturday. It appears that she had attended a meeting, not suspecting that there would be one of those “patriotic presentations” from the Orly Taitz Super PAC as part of the program, including the handing out of OTSP bumper stickers. (No one expects the Orly Taitz Super PAC.) So I asked her, if she was going to vote for Orly Taitz for California AG. She said no, that even for a joke, her vote was too valuable to her.

I can certainly appreciate such a sentiment. On the other hand, I know some folks who want Orly Taitz to be in the AG runoff race for the entertainment value. Contrary to popular belief, I won’t be voting and will remain neutral on the contest.

On an unrelated Taitz story, Orly received an invitation to attend an International Criminal Court school for attorneys and NGOs in Ireland. She’s asking for donations to pay her way ($2,500) for the June 16-20 school about how the ICC works. I think I’ll save up my money for the Fogbow meetup in Hawaii next year instead.


Candidates for California Attorney General

(Lifted from the Wikipedia)

Democratic Party

Republican Party

  • Ronald Gold
  • John Haggerty
  • David King
  • Phil Wyman, former State Assemblyman, former State Senator

Libertarian Party

  • Jonathan Jaech, attorney

No Party Preference

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32 Responses to California Primary, June 3

  1. avatar
    Bonsall Obot May 20, 2014 at 6:36 pm #

    My partner and I just sent in our absentee ballots; that’s two so far for Taitz. We will also be voting for her in person on election day, since we are hopelessly addicted to voter fraud. Also, we’re felons. And not citizens. Possibly dead as well.

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    wrecking ball May 20, 2014 at 7:33 pm #

    Bonsall Obot:
    My partner and I just sent in our absentee ballots; that’s two so far for Taitz.

    knowing bonsall you probably won’t be the only votes for taitz………. just the only ironic ones.

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    Bonsall Obot May 20, 2014 at 7:55 pm #

    She was actually slated to speak to a Teabagger group in Bonsall; don’t know if that actually transpired, but it inspired my moniker. And congrats, lots of people who actually live in Southern California have never even heard of Bonsall! (Too close to exciting Fallbrook, I guess.)

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    Birther Weary May 20, 2014 at 8:59 pm #

    “Orly received an invitation to attend an International Criminal Court school for attorneys and NGOs in Ireland. ”

    You can get one too. Just click the link, pay the fee, and you’re golden.

    Very exclusive, almost like Augusta National.

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    Birther Weary May 20, 2014 at 9:01 pm #

    Bonsall Obot:
    She was actually slated to speak to a Teabagger group in Bonsall; don’t know if that actually transpired, but it inspired my moniker. And congrats, lots of people who actually live in Southern California have never even heard of Bonsall! (Too close to exciting Fallbrook, I guess.)

    I remember Bonsall – kinda. Fallbrook, too, although it’s been so many years since I’ve been there I’m sure I wouldn’t recognize the place. Used to be nothing but citrus and avocado growers.

    I imagine now it’s nothing but houses, like the rest of California.

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    Dr. Conspiracy May 20, 2014 at 9:10 pm #

    I remember Bonsall from the last time Orly was there:

    http://www.obamaconspiracy.org/2012/03/orly-watch-bonsall/

    Bonsall Obot: She was actually slated to speak to a Teabagger group in Bonsall; don’t know if that actually transpired, but it inspired my moniker.

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    Bonsall Obot May 20, 2014 at 9:38 pm #

    Yep; as I said in that thread, I lived in Bonsall at that time. It’s a lovely town, though as wrecking ball hinted, the population tends toward reactionary. And it’s still mostly rural and filled with fruit groves and horse ranches.

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    Fred Flintstone May 20, 2014 at 9:52 pm #

    She was not invited to the conference – it was a general mailer given to everyone on their list. Another misrepresentation. When will this wench stop lying ?

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    Georgetown JD May 20, 2014 at 10:05 pm #

    Fred Flintstone:
    She was not invited to the conference – it was a general mailer given to everyone on their list. Another misrepresentation. When will this wench stop lying ?

    Lying? Whatever makes you think that? I get such invitations all the time. Just recently, for example, I received an exclusive invitation to spend a weekend in a time share condo in Florida — at no cost!!!! I simply have to stop in the host’s offices on the way in and they’ll give me all sorts of information about the property.

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    Thinker May 21, 2014 at 12:15 am #

    Orly Taitz lives in a delusional fantasy world where she believes the people who attend events like that course in Ireland would respect her and consider her a peer. She believes they would consider her work to have just as much gravitas as people who are trying to fight real human rights abuses like kidnapping children to be soldiers and using rape as a weapon of war. She sits in her leaky mansion compulsively googling herself and submitting crazy, irrelevant crap like Hermi’s ‘forgery of a forgery’ affidavit in cases with outcomes that were determined the day she filed them because of all the fatal flaws they contain. What a disgrace to her profession, and every other group of which she is a member.

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    AnyDayNow May 21, 2014 at 1:51 am #

    Fred Flintstone:
    She was not invited to the conference – it was a general mailer given to everyone on their list. Another misrepresentation. When will this wench stop lying ?

    Speaking of lying, Orly has a few articles about her run-in with this Charles Johnson claiming that he is a big supporter of hers and that his ‘research’ has proven what she says to be true. But if you read his twitter account, when pressed on the subject, Mr. Johnson claims that he never said a lot of the things Orly claims that he said, and he admits that he believes that Obama was born in the United States. I tried to leave a comment about how she has been busted in a blatant lie, but of course the comment has never been approved by the ‘moderator’……SHOCKING!

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    justlw May 21, 2014 at 4:03 am #

    Bonsall Obot: And congrats, lots of people who actually live in Southern California have never even heard of Bonsall!

    Bonsall was our “go to” for any kind of small town jokes when I went to high school just down the highway.

    Occasionally we’d mix it up with a reference to Ponto, which is, I’m fairly certain, even more obscure.

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    justlw May 21, 2014 at 4:08 am #

    Orly’s candidate statement. You’ll be pleased to note that she roars to a triumphant close with a classic dose of full-strength birtherism.

    “Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. is both a licensed attorney and a licensed doctor in CA, a businesswoman, a wife of 27 years, and a mother of 3 sons. Taitz is seeking to uphold constitutional and civil rights of Californians. As an AG, Taitz will do the following: nullification of unconstitutional NSA spying on law abiding citizens of CA; nullification of use by NSA of Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and others as a tool in unconstitutional data gathering on citizens of CA, as well as candidates for office, elected officials, and judges; nullification of an unconstitutional discriminatory Obamacare tax levied on some of the citizens of CA and waived for corporations; homeowner and creditor assistance from recovered mortgage proceeds instead of funneling funds to cronies, targeted extortion, and shake downs; nullification of EPA mandates which destroy businesses and agriculture in CA and deprive the state of water badly needed for farming; nullification in CA provisions of trade agreements, such as TPP, TAFTA, NAFTA, WTO-GATT, which deprive citizens of work and environmental protection, as well as jobs, wages, and benefits; nullification of NDAA provisions which allow indefinite incarceration without trial; nullification of unfunded federal mandates which bankrupt businesses and state; end elections fraud; remove invalid voter registrations from databases; seek legitimacy of candidates; prosecute state officials who ignored all evidence brought by law enforcement and experts, showing Obama to possess citizenship of Indonesia, fabricated Selective Service certificate, fabricated birth certificate and a CT Social Security number, which failed both E-verify and SSNVS.”

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    Lupin May 21, 2014 at 6:08 am #

    justlw:
    Orly’s candidate statement.You’ll be pleased to note that she roars to a triumphant close with a classic dose of full-strength birtherism.

    “Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. is both a licensed attorney and a licensed doctor in CA, a businesswoman, a wife of 27 years, and a mother of 3 sons. Taitz is seeking to uphold constitutional and civil rights of Californians. As an AG, Taitz will do the following: nullification of unconstitutional NSA spying on law abiding citizens of CA; nullification of use by NSA of Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and others as a tool in unconstitutional data gathering on citizens of CA, as well as candidates for office, elected officials, and judges; nullification of an unconstitutional discriminatory Obamacare tax levied on some of the citizens of CA and waived for corporations; homeowner and creditor assistance from recovered mortgage proceeds instead of funneling funds to cronies, targeted extortion, and shake downs; nullification of EPA mandates which destroy businesses and agriculture in CA and deprive the state of water badly needed for farming; nullification in CA provisions of trade agreements, such as TPP, TAFTA, NAFTA, WTO-GATT, which deprive citizens of work and environmental protection, as well as jobs, wages, and benefits; nullification of NDAA provisions which allow indefinite incarceration without trial; nullification of unfunded federal mandates which bankrupt businesses and state; end elections fraud; remove invalid voter registrations from databases; seek legitimacy of candidates; prosecute state officials who ignored all evidence brought by law enforcement and experts, showing Obama to possess citizenship of Indonesia, fabricated Selective Service certificate, fabricated birth certificate and a CT Social Security number, which failed both E-verify and SSNVS.”

    She was mistaken to leave out her documented sexual prowess (“wetter” etc.) In California, it might have garnered her a few more votes from the silicon community (and i don’t mean the computer nerds).

  15. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy May 21, 2014 at 8:57 am #

    Birther Report has a new article with those Tweets.

    http://www.birtherreport.com/2014/05/fmr-breitbart-investigative-journalist.html

    AnyDayNow: Speaking of lying, Orly has a few articles about her run-in with this Charles Johnson claiming that he is a big supporter of hers and that his ‘research’ has proven what she says to be true. But if you read his twitter account, when pressed on the subject, Mr. Johnson claims that he never said a lot of the things Orly claims that he said, and he admits that he believes that Obama was born in the United States.

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    Andrew Morris May 21, 2014 at 10:11 am #

    If she does go to the conference, she’ll also discover that the reason her “petitions” to the ICC are ignored is that the US is not a member of the Court. Chalk that up to Bush/Cheney/Bolton

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    Rickey May 21, 2014 at 10:33 am #

    justlw:
    Orly’s candidate statement.You’ll be pleased to note that she roars to a triumphant close with a classic dose of full-strength birtherism.

    “Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. is both a licensed attorney and a licensed doctor in CA, a businesswoman, a wife of 27 years, and a mother of 3 sons. Taitz is seeking to uphold constitutional and civil rights of Californians. As an AG, Taitz will do the following: nullification of unconstitutional NSA spying on law abiding citizens of CA; nullification of use by NSA of Google, Facebook, Yahoo, and others as a tool in unconstitutional data gathering on citizens of CA, as well as candidates for office, elected officials, and judges; nullification of an unconstitutional discriminatory Obamacare tax levied on some of the citizens of CA and waived for corporations; homeowner and creditor assistance from recovered mortgage proceeds instead of funneling funds to cronies, targeted extortion, and shake downs; nullification of EPA mandates which destroy businesses and agriculture in CA and deprive the state of water badly needed for farming; nullification in CA provisions of trade agreements, such as TPP, TAFTA, NAFTA, WTO-GATT, which deprive citizens of work and environmental protection, as well as jobs, wages, and benefits; nullification of NDAA provisions which allow indefinite incarceration without trial; nullification of unfunded federal mandates which bankrupt businesses and state; end elections fraud; remove invalid voter registrations from databases; seek legitimacy of candidates; prosecute state officials who ignored all evidence brought by law enforcement and experts, showing Obama to possess citizenship of Indonesia, fabricated Selective Service certificate, fabricated birth certificate and a CT Social Security number, which failed both E-verify and SSNVS.”

    That’s a lot of crazy there. I’d like to see her explain how a state attorney general is supposed to nullify Federal laws, or how she would keep the NSA from doing what it does.

  18. avatar
    Benji Franklin May 21, 2014 at 2:24 pm #

    Lupin: She was mistaken to leave out her documented sexual prowess (“wetter” etc.) In California, it might have garnered her a few more votes from the silicon community (and i don’t mean the computer nerds).

    Now, Lupin, we have only the word of disbarred attorney, Charles Lincoln tuh Thurd, that Oily walks on both sides of her own home-grown silicon valley, although it is easy to imagine, if he’s telling the truth, that post Bush, Charles might, by himself, comprise the bulk of the voting public passing in and out of that valley.

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    Bonsall Obot May 21, 2014 at 4:37 pm #

    Lupin:

    She was mistaken to leave out her documented sexual prowess (“wetter” etc.)

    Well, so much for lunch. Not hungry any more.

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    Joey May 21, 2014 at 5:00 pm #

    Bonsall Obot:
    My partner and I just sent in our absentee ballots; that’s two so far for Taitz. We will also be voting for her in person on election day, since we are hopelessly addicted to voter fraud. Also, we’re felons. And not citizens. Possibly dead as well.

    I live by Mission Bay in San Diego. I believe that my favorite bridge is in Bonsall, the West Lilac Road Bridge over Interstate 15. If folks have never seen it, google it.

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    Bonsall Obot May 21, 2014 at 5:24 pm #

    Joey: I live by Mission Bay in San Diego. I believe that my favorite bridge is in Bonsall, the West Lilac Road Bridge over Interstate 15. If folks have never seen it, google it.

    It really is stunning; a friend of my dad’s flew under it in a Cessna once. Things were different back then.

    Between you, me and justlw, we have the beginnings of an anti-Birfer cell in San Diego… right down the road from O RLY?

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    Joey May 21, 2014 at 7:11 pm #

    Bonsall Obot: It really is stunning; a friend of my dad’s flew under it in a Cessna once. Things were different back then.

    Between you, me and justlw, we have the beginnings of an anti-Birfer cell in San Diego… right down the road from O RLY?

    Yeah, every time I drive through Mission Viejo, I think of Orly!

  23. avatar
    JPotter May 21, 2014 at 8:04 pm #

    SO….Taitz rec’d an “invitation” to this?
    http://www.conference.ie/Conferences/index.asp?Conference=351

    I would call such “invitations” “promotional brochures” when I was feeling charitable, “sales flyers” when not.

    Sounds like the Taitz is angling for some subsidized tourism. And the grift goes on ….

  24. avatar
    J.D. Sue May 21, 2014 at 9:03 pm #

    I get invitations like that all the time; it’s called marketing.

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    Lupin May 22, 2014 at 9:14 am #

    Benji Franklin: Now, Lupin, we have only the word of disbarred attorney, Charles Lincoln tuh Thurd, that Oily walks on both sides of her own home-grown silicon valley, although it is easy to imagine, if he’s telling the truth, that post Bush, Charles might, by himself, comprise the bulk of the voting public passing in and out of that valley.

    Don’t estimate the benefits of slutdom in SoCal. Remember the Angelique posters on Sunset. (I’m dating myself here.) Methinks Orly is missing on a crucial support group, the wankers.

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    Benji Franklin May 22, 2014 at 11:27 am #

    Lupin: Don’t estimate the benefits of slutdom in SoCal. Remember the Angelique posters on Sunset. (I’m dating myself here.) Methinks Orly is missing on a crucial support group, the wankers.

    I’m sure that you are correct. And I have gained enormous respect for the potential legal expertise of wankers, if it’s true that you have been dating yourself!

    Seriously though, thanks for so patiently contributing real translating expertise for Vattel’s writings.

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    sfjeff May 22, 2014 at 12:39 pm #

    As a Californian, I am very, very disappointed that Orly is not running as a Republican.

    I was looking forward to pointing to her as the face of the Republican Party.

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    Bonsall Obot May 22, 2014 at 12:52 pm #

    sfjeff:
    As a Californian, I am very, very disappointed that Orly is not running as a Republican.

    I was looking forward to pointing to her as the face of the Republican Party.

    Ah, but if she goes in to the General Election against AG Harris, she will be the de facto. Republican in the race, no matter how much they may want to disavow her.

  29. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy May 22, 2014 at 11:52 pm #

    The LA TImes story on the Primary Race is written as if Taitz and the Libertarian candidate don’t even exist.

    http://www.latimes.com/local/politics/la-me-newsom-harris-20140518-story.html#page=1

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    justlw May 23, 2014 at 12:01 am #

    Joey: I live by Mission Bay in San Diego.

    My wife grew up in Crown Point. Are you anywhere near there?

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    Bonsall Obot May 23, 2014 at 6:21 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    The LA TImes story on the Primary Race is written as if Taitz and the Libertarian candidate don’t even exist.

    http://www.latimes.com/local/politics/la-me-newsom-harris-20140518-story.html#page=1

    Commence shrieking in 3… 2… 1…

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    Lupin May 23, 2014 at 8:40 am #

    Dr. Conspiracy: The LA TImes story on the Primary Race is written as if Taitz and the Libertarian candidate don’t even exist.

    It sort of depends on your definition of “exists”, doesn’t it?