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Obama gives graduation address: confronted by a sea of protesters numbering in the dozens

I’ve seen quite a few references to mass protests called for on the occasion of President Obama’s commencement address at UC Irvine today. Just now on our Twitter feed:

Reformation of America RT @Birther)Watch: MT @wingate_david: Impeach #birther Obama Protest set for UC Irvine Graduation(June 14th)

Here is the birther nonsense protester graphic:

The President spoke, and there were protests. The Los Angeles Times covered the story, saying:

Outside Angel Stadium, a few dozen protesters lined the streets to voice opposition to the administration’s policies on deportation and drone strikes in the Middle East. One group was draped in all black with their faces covered chanting "No border. No nation. No more deportation."

Inside the stadium the mood was more jovial, with parents flocking to souvenir stands to buy $5 copies of graduation programs emblazoned with the president’s picture.

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57 Responses to Obama gives graduation address: confronted by a sea of protesters numbering in the dozens

  1. avatar
    Comrade Fogovich June 14, 2014 at 4:19 pm #

    So in actual fact, no mention of birthers whatsoever. They got lost in the crowd of protesters with issues based on reality. Definitely a conspiracy by the MSM to support the President.

    I’m down with that. :mrgreen:

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    gorefan June 14, 2014 at 4:50 pm #

    This video from the President’s May 8th visit to La Jolla (near San Diego):

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CQjKhoIslCY

    I counted 13 “impeach Obama” guys and a couple dozen more anti-global warming, anti-TPP and anti-Keystone Pipeline folks with about 8 or 9 anti-Eric Holderites, some 9/11 truthers and even more supporters of the President. I liked the guy at the end chanting “equal pay for women”.

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    Dave June 14, 2014 at 4:55 pm #

    There were lost in a crowd numbering in the dozens.

    Time for them to declare victory.

    Comrade Fogovich:
    So in actual fact, no mention of birthers whatsoever. They got lost in the crowd of protesters with issues based on reality. Definitely a conspiracy by the MSM to support the President.

  4. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy June 14, 2014 at 5:34 pm #

    It would appear that anyone who thought birthers would be a big presence at the protest are the ones who were punked.

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    bovril June 14, 2014 at 5:36 pm #

    Well, I have hunted around for photo’s video’s or write ups for this and so far it looks like the total number of protesters was no more than about 40, split evenly between the RWNJ’s and the general rent-a-protest crew.

    Not terribly impressive…..

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    Black Lion June 14, 2014 at 6:05 pm #

    Birthers are even more desperate than before. They are recycling old trash from 2013 written by Adrian Nash. The magical Canadian birth.

    http://h2ooflife.wordpress.com/2013/10/11/reverse-engineering-dunham-obama/

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    Black Lion June 14, 2014 at 6:10 pm #

    Over at BR, bird boy and his bunch of degenerate posters are recycling the Frank Marshall Davis meme again. The desperation with those loons is getting more noticeable.

    http://www.birtherreport.com/2014/05/winter-actionables-goes-there-will.html

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    Comrade Fogovich June 14, 2014 at 7:30 pm #

    Fogbow member raicha – and I assure you, nothing gets by raicha – was there today and took a lot of photos. She says there were no birther signs at all. Orly was there, but raicha left about half an hour after she showed up.

    More details and link to her Flickr account over at my house. :D

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    Thinker June 14, 2014 at 8:27 pm #

    This photo has a couple of signs that say “Illegal Prez” which I’m guessing is a birfery reference. https://www.flickr.com/photos/9883206@N07/14422460845/in/set-72157645177523565

  10. avatar
    Conspiracy Commerce June 14, 2014 at 8:47 pm #

    I just found this on the web:

    Colorado vs Larry Sinclair 2001CR727: DISMISSED

    what’s the story, Doc?

  11. avatar
    Arthur June 14, 2014 at 9:31 pm #

    Comrade Fogovich: More details and link to her Flickr account over at my house.

    Thanks for the heads up, but where on your site do we find it? Kind of a lot of threads and comments over there

  12. avatar
    Keith June 14, 2014 at 10:26 pm #

    “Also bring US and Gadsden Flags. Obama hates both those banners”.

    WTF does the Gadsden purchase have to do with anything?

    (I kid, I kid)

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    gorefan June 14, 2014 at 10:52 pm #

    Arthur: Thanks for the heads up, but where on your site do we find it? Kind of a lot of threads and comments over there

    Try this

    https://www.flickr.com/photos/9883206@N07/

  14. avatar
    Arthur June 14, 2014 at 11:28 pm #

    gorefan: Try this

    Thanks!

  15. avatar
    Notorial Dissent June 15, 2014 at 12:48 am #

    Maybe Orly forgot to charter the bus she promised to pay for, they got lost, the home wouldn’t let them out without a proper chaperone, they couldn’t find their glasses to read the time table, they forgot what day it was, or there was just no one really interested in going and standing out in the hot sun all morning for a non-event. Just some suppositions. Sounds like another Orly spectacular…..FAIL!!!!

  16. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy June 15, 2014 at 8:03 am #

    It appears to be some very old mess (note the “2001″ in the case number). Sinclair was arrested in 2001 for theft and check forgery allegedly done in 2000. He was never tried. Ken Olsen has a long article on his fake law school news site:

    https://www.lsnewsgroup.com/colorado-vs-larry-sinclair-2001cr727/

    Conspiracy Commerce: Colorado vs Larry Sinclair 2001CR727: DISMISSED

    what’s the story, Doc?

  17. avatar
    Suranis June 15, 2014 at 8:37 am #

    I read the Regulatortoo about it. Seems the state moved to Dismiss without prejudiced. Sinclair opposed the motion. It was granted. So they could come after him again about it

    At a guess there was some problem with the case so they wanted to start the process again. The fact that Sinclair was opposing the dismissal suggests he knew there was a screw up. But regardless it would not surprise me at all if they recharge him with it.

    Conspiracy Commerce:
    I just found this on the web:

    Colorado vs Larry Sinclair 2001CR727: DISMISSED

    what’s the story, Doc?

  18. avatar
    John Reilly June 15, 2014 at 11:12 am #

    Dr. Taitz has drawn, so far, over 11,000 votes in Orange County, the county where Anaheim Stadium is located. Allowing for the possibility that some folks voted for Dr. Taitz out of amusement, and others voted for her in the hopes of embarrassing the Republican Party, and some voted for her because she showed no party affiliation, that still should leave thousands of supporters within an easy drive. That she drew so few is a testament to her lack of organizing skills as well as the unwillingness of her supposed followers to actually do anything to accomplish the goals they profess to have.

  19. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy June 15, 2014 at 6:37 pm #

    Gary Wilmott estimates the birther crowd at 125, which is reasonable if you count the crowd from every angle and add the numbers.

  20. avatar
    Rickey June 15, 2014 at 6:55 pm #

    On a percentage basis, Orly’s best county is Sierra County, in northern California, where she has gotten 5.9% of the vote. Unfortunately for her, Sierra also is the second least-populated county in the state, so that 5.9% yielded her only 71 votes. But even if she got 5.9% of the statewide vote she still would be in sixth place.

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    John Reilly June 15, 2014 at 6:58 pm #

    Dr. Taitz estimates the crowd at either 100 or 125.

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    Rickey June 15, 2014 at 7:00 pm #

    Dr. Conspiracy:
    Gary Wilmott estimates the birther crowd at 125, which is reasonable if you count the crowd from every angle and add the numbers.

    Only 125 people on a beautiful day. Maybe the people in the L.A. area were still hung over from celebrating winning the Stanley Cup on Friday night.

  23. avatar
    gorefan June 15, 2014 at 8:47 pm #

    Rickey:
    On a percentage basis, Orly’s best county is Sierra County, in northern California, where she has gotten 5.9% of the vote. Unfortunately for her, Sierra also is the second least-populated county in the state, so that 5.9% yielded her only 71 votes. But even if she got 5.9% of the statewide vote she still would be in sixth place.

    Orly’s numbers are kind of sad when you consider that Leland Yee got finished third with 9.5% of the vote (370,000 votes) for Secretary of State and he dropped out of the race when he was indicted for conspiracy to run guns and political corruption.

    http://www.latimes.com/opinion/opinion-la/la-ol-rall-leland-yee-election-20140611-story.html

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    The Magic M (not logged in) June 16, 2014 at 4:15 am #

    Rickey: Maybe the people in the L.A. area were still hung over from celebrating winning the Stanley Cup on Friday night.

    Which proves the Stanley Cup was rigged as a diversion from the protest, which in turn proves the birthers are correct!

    Uh, or something. ;)

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    RanTalbott June 16, 2014 at 6:48 am #

    gorefan: Orly’s numbers are kind of sad when you consider that Leland Yee got finished third with 9.5% of the vote (370,000 votes) for Secretary of State and he dropped out of the race when he was indicted for conspiracy to run guns and political corruption.

    Just think of it as “another loss to an empty chair” ;-)

  26. avatar
    Roger Ogden June 16, 2014 at 10:23 am #

    Video of the event. There were about 80 impeach-Obama NOW protesters and probably 40 others protesting for specific issues. There were actually no pro-Obama demonstrators, not a single one.

    http://youtu.be/uklX0PZDLGQ

    The Muslim Brotherhood was there to encourage him to re-install his favored Islamic theocratic dictatorship in Egypt. The Black Block was there for a while, but not too clear what their purpose was.

  27. avatar
    Andrew Vrba, PmG June 16, 2014 at 10:56 am #

    Gallups seems to be laying low. Gee, I wonder why! ;)
    Also, I went to poke the OAS anthill with a stick, but there aren’t a heck of a lot of ants left to poke at.

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    bovril June 16, 2014 at 12:37 pm #

    In typical nut job fashion Wilmot has inflated “his” people with the numbers of folks protesting drone killings, immigration and Syria as if they support him….. Based on one of the videos I watched nothing could be further from the truth with much verbal fisticuffs going on.

    In addition the appearance of nutters in many places was inflated by the continual promenading of idiots going from corner to corner of the same road junction.

    Looking at the pictures and video, I still hold that RWNJ numbers were nearer 40+, very little higher.

  29. avatar
    Benji Franklin June 16, 2014 at 4:43 pm #

    Andrew Vrba, PmG: Gallups seems to be laying low. Gee, I wonder why!

    Just imagine. You personally guarantee everyone you know that Obama is unelectable from the moment he declared for each four year Presidential term. But he’s elected. They laugh at you. You’re a little-bitty-crybaby. You can’t admit error. You win by declaring, with no authority to do so, and with no legal authority agreeing with you, that he IS NOT the President, because he was Constitutionally ineligible.

    You pretend to respect the courts by asking them to agree with you. When they don’t, you say that they are wrong, and usurp their right to decide how your complaint should lawfully be handled, and their right to, if they choose, declare what the current meaning of the relevant statutes, case law, or Constitutional provisions are.

    You ignore the validity of their disagreeing majority opinion and declare like any other ANARCHIST might, that the legal and Constitutional status of the President is WHAT YOU SAY IT IS! You say for example that he is the “putative President”. But he remains in office. Your friends laugh at you even more.

    You follow the same stalking pattern by declaring that Obama has broken any number of laws, each of which you find merits his impeachment if he was the President or hanging if he really was eligible.

    But no charging authority agrees that he has committed ANY crime. Your friends laugh louder.

    So you assume the position of most all most power (sic)! Henceforth, the greatest crime and the most certain conviction will not be compromised by specifying what they are or how they can be proven, because there are no crimes or evidence. The hatchet will fall at a time of your choosing and all the laughing friends will be sorry.

    Any day now. Not a bad tactic to get out of a bar without being mocked. But it goes on for YEARS and the hammer on your squirt gun never falls so you keep elevating the seriousness of the new criminality being “discovered”. You even welcome a conman onto your team, who’s conning YOU. HIS “huge evidence” becomes the focus for excusing the failure of all the rest of your dumb accusations.

    Then you find out that the little team of WANNA-BE LAWMEN grifters who advertised they were taking down a sitting President, YOU AMONG THEM, have been completely bamboozled by a conman.

    Your’e back to nuthin’. Less than nuthin’. You’ve painted yourself a fool. You think you are an artful liar, but no lie can explain this.

    The laughter will never stop.

  30. avatar
    sfjeff June 16, 2014 at 5:43 pm #

    Did anyone spot John in the crowd?

    Heck I am surprised Orly wasn’t there, ever hopeful that she would be able to hand Obama a hand made command to appear- hopeful maybe that one of her supporters might get shot by shot by Obama’s storm troopers…..

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    RanTalbott June 16, 2014 at 6:58 pm #

    sfjeff: I am surprised Orly wasn’t there

    She was: there have been a couple of photos of her linked in the twitfeed sidebar here.

    Including one today that looked like it was trying to misrepresent her as carrying an Egyptian flag (and making a nasty comment about it). Looked to me like she was just walking past a group of 5 or so (maybe a family? There were kids) that were doing that.

  32. avatar
    Arthur June 16, 2014 at 7:07 pm #

    Benji Franklin: Just imagine.

    A very accurate and impassioned imagining, Benji . . . are you sure you ain’t a birther?

  33. avatar
    Rickey June 16, 2014 at 7:08 pm #

    Orly was there, but she apparently arrived late to the party. Based upon a boots on the ground report by Raicha at The Fogbow, Orly somehow got a ticket to the graduation ceremony and she didn’t join the pitifully small protest until after Obama’s speech. She didn’t have a sign of her own, which makes sense because signs weren’t allowed in the stadium, but she was photographed taking photos of other people’s signs.

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    Notorial Dissent June 16, 2014 at 9:52 pm #

    True, rumor has it that she actually got inside for the ceremony, obviously she didn’t feel like spending time in the local hoosegow for disturbing the peace and so behaved herself, that and she didn’t have any of her minions backing her up or for her to show off for. She obviously didn’t shell out for the buses she had promised, and it doesn’t appear that any of her supporters even bothered to show up. She is also cheap enough that she wouldn’t put out her own money, even for cheap placards, so had to cage them off the other dingbats who were circling the drain there, and I’m not even sure she actually read what was on them. From the pictures I’ve seen she looked just as silly and really pathetic as the whole thing sounds.

  35. avatar
    Conspiracy Commerce June 16, 2014 at 10:29 pm #

    I think the birthers and obots are a lot alike in that they don’t just drop everything and converge somewhere just because one of them thinks it’s a good idea.

    And what’s up with this:

    Dr. Conspiracy: Ken Olsen has a long article on his fake law school news site:

    https://www.lsnewsgroup.com/colorado-vs-larry-sinclair-2001cr727/

    Who the hell is Ken Olsen?! I’m I missing something or is someone losing their research skills? Is the lsnewsgroup site a put-on by Ken Osen? That lsnewsgroup site claims to be by that Larry Sinclair guy.

    Uh… what’s up, Doc?

  36. avatar
    Dr. Conspiracy June 16, 2014 at 11:09 pm #

    I may have called it wrong, The masthead has BOTH Larry Sinclair. and the Lysander Spooner Law school, and either could be “LS.” I guess Larry Sinclair is the correct initials since he registered the domain, but Ken Olsen has been a strong supporter of Sinclair. He has his own web site, the Lysander Spooner Law School (which is not a real school).

    http://www.lysanderspoonerlawschool.org/

    Olsen used to comment here was was banned. He wrote: ““Kevin Davidson claims to be interested in ‘obama’ conspiracies, yet ignores many of the most compelling theories regarding ‘obama,’” Those compelling theories were those from Sinclair and from Jack Cashill.

    I have an article about Olsen from last year:

    http://www.obamaconspiracy.org/2013/08/how-many-mistakes-can-you-put-in-one-article/

    Conspiracy Commerce: Who the hell is Ken Olsen?! I’m I missing something or is someone losing their research skills? Is the lsnewsgroup site a put-on by Ken Osen? That lsnewsgroup site claims to be by that Larry Sinclair guy.

    Uh… what’s up, Doc?

  37. avatar
    Rickey June 17, 2014 at 12:05 am #

    Conspiracy Commerce:
    I think the birthers and obots are a lot alike in that they don’t just drop everything and converge somewhere just because one of them thinks it’s a good idea.

    If believed that the President was bent upon destroying this country, I would be out protesting every chance I got.

    Every birther protest has been a universe-shattering fail.

  38. avatar
    Roger Ogden June 17, 2014 at 12:35 am #

    There were about 80 impeach Obama protesters in Anaheim and probably 40-50 protesters for other issues. There were exactly ZERO pro-Obama protesters. No one wants to defend him anymore. Some of you should have been out there to help him out.

    There were about 40 impeach-Obama protesters in La Jolla at the Obama fundraiser and about 80 protesters against the Keystone pipeline and other things. There were 3-4 people in La Jolla still willing to try to defend Obama. He certainly is pretty well tarnished by now.

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    Dave June 17, 2014 at 12:57 am #

    Wow… there were only 3 or 4 people in La Jolla willing to defend Obama? Out of a population of about 40,000? That is pretty bad.

    But, how exactly did you arrive at that number? Did you take a poll?

    Roger Ogden:
    There were 3-4 people in La Jolla still willing to try to defend Obama.

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    Thinker June 17, 2014 at 1:00 am #

    Why would pro-Obama “protesters” be outside the stadium? Would they be protesting the presence of the anti-Obama protesters? Sounds like a pretty stupid thing to do to me. As media reports have noted, the people inside the stadium were thrilled to see the President. Orly Taitz was inside the stadium and she said nobody booed Obama at all. The stadium was filled with people who like and respect the President.

    As for the protesters, meh. Protesters show up at every event held by every President. I protested President Bush a couple of times. It’s part of the American political process. Although 80 people is a pretty sizeable gathering by wingnut standards, several dozen people carrying signs comparing Obama to Hitler are not worth a hill of beans in the big picture.

    Roger Ogden:
    There were about 80 impeach Obama protesters in Anaheim and probably 40-50 protesters for other issues.There were exactly ZERO pro-Obama protesters.No one wants to defend him anymore.Some of you should have been out there to help him out.

    There were about 40 impeach-Obama protesters in La Jolla at the Obama fundraiser and about 80 protesters against the Keystone pipeline and other things. There were 3-4 people in La Jolla still willing to try to defend Obama.He certainly is pretty well tarnished by now.

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    RanTalbott June 17, 2014 at 1:12 am #

    Roger Ogden: Some of you should have been out there to help him out.

    “help him out” with what?

    There are over fifteen million people within easy driving distance (an hour or so of travel time each way) of the Irvine commencement ceremony. But only about 80 of them felt strongly enough about the alleged “commie-fascist-socialist-Muslim-homosexual-liberal takeover that’s destroying our country” to show up and wave a sign. More people in that area spent more time that day driving to Home Depot to cash in on the Fathers’ Day tool sale.

    The best way to “help him out” under the circumstances would be to stay away, so the RWNJs couldn’t try to count their opponents as part of their crowd, in an attempt to understate their insignificance.

  42. avatar
    Dave June 17, 2014 at 1:31 am #

    In case Ogden comes back, I have a couple comments.

    First, something you did right: I didn’t see anyplace you predicted the turnout. Good move. Predicting millions and getting dozens doesn’t look good. We had a recent example of that.

    Then there’s what you did wrong: you need to think how your message looks to your audience. I don’t know if you were distributing the flyer, but seriously, that thing just screams “crackpot.” Signs that compare Obama to Hitler, likewise. Along with signs that call him an “America Hating Criminal”, and signs calling for his execution. Stuff like that just makes people think talking to you is a waste of time.

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    Suranis June 17, 2014 at 2:20 am #

    Plus there was someone from the Fogbow outside taking photographs for a while. She even told them to pic up an American flag they had left thrown on the ground. Does that count as supporting the president In someones vocabulary?

    Anyway there was 10′s of thousands of people filling the stadium that seemed to cheer your president so I guess they were supporting him. The ones protesting outside nearly came to blows with one another by some accounts, and holding up traffic with stupid signs is a definite way to gain support.

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    gorefan June 17, 2014 at 2:42 am #

    Roger Ogden:
    There were about 80 impeach Obama protesters in Anaheim and probably 40-50 protesters for other issues.There were exactly ZERO pro-Obama protesters.No one wants to defend him anymore.Some of you should have been out there to help him out.

    There were about 40 impeach-Obama protesters in La Jolla at the Obama fundraiser and about 80 protesters against the Keystone pipeline and other things. There were 3-4 people in La Jolla still willing to try to defend Obama.He certainly is pretty well tarnished by now.

    How many standing ovations did the tens of thousands give him – I read at least three. Doesn’t sound like he needed any help from a few people outside the stadium standing on a street corner.

    BTW, here is what you have to look forward to – President Obama leaves office on January 20th, 2017. That means you have two more graduation seasons to attempt to improve on your pitiful performance in Anaheim.

    At President Bush’s last commence speech at Furman University, 15 facility members stood and turn their backs to him. You guys couldn’t even get one.

  45. avatar
    The Magic M (not logged in) June 17, 2014 at 3:21 am #

    Roger Ogden: There were exactly ZERO pro-Obama protesters. No one wants to defend him anymore.

    This probably wins “Cognitive Dissonance of the Year” award, and that’s saying something, seeing how birthers outdo themselves every single day.

  46. avatar
    Thinker June 17, 2014 at 3:29 am #

    I really hope Roger comes back because there’s a question I really want to ask a birther. If Obama is such a tyrant, shouldn’t birthers all have been ‘disappeared’ by now? Hypothetically, if a bunch of H1tler-haters had shown up at one of H1tler’s public appearances carrying signs saying he should be jailed and saying that he is a tyrant who hates Germany, do you think those protesters would have made it home that evening? I don’t. Real tyrants have people killed when they speak ill of them. Real tyrants have people imprisoned without due process. Real tyrants would have ordered the police to harass you and take away your signs and arrest you and handcuff you and drag you away kicking and screaming. None of those things ever happen to birthers, though, do they? Why is that? Why are they never the victims of tyrannical behavior? Hmmm…

  47. avatar
    Arthur June 17, 2014 at 8:46 am #

    Roger Ogden: He certainly is pretty well tarnished by now.

    But he’s still, as always, a natural-born citizen and entirely eligible to be president.

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    The Magic M June 17, 2014 at 10:57 am #

    Thinker: Why are they never the victims of tyrannical behavior?

    Because they’re so “special” that if anything happened to them, tens of millions (“fur real this time” [tm]) would immediately wake up to the “truth”, rise up and overthrow the Illuminati.

    At least that’s what conspiracy believers usually tell themselves.

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG June 17, 2014 at 11:07 am #

    Roger Ogden:
    There were about 80 impeach Obama protesters in Anaheim and probably 40-50 protesters for other issues.There were exactly ZERO pro-Obama protesters.No one wants to defend him anymore.Some of you should have been out there to help him out.

    There were about 40 impeach-Obama protesters in La Jolla at the Obama fundraiser and about 80 protesters against the Keystone pipeline and other things. There were 3-4 people in La Jolla still willing to try to defend Obama.He certainly is pretty well tarnished by now.

    Which has no bearing on his eligibility. If being unpopular meant that you’re ineligible, then plenty of presidents would have found themselves suddenly kicked out of office over the years.

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    Benji Franklin June 17, 2014 at 11:23 am #

    Roger Ogden: He certainly is pretty well tarnished by now.

    You are out of touch with reality. 2 day old Wall Street Journal poll has Obama the 2nd most admired President of the last 25 years! Clinton’s number one. I’ll bet you think highly of him too!

  51. avatar
    Bonsall Obot June 17, 2014 at 11:24 am #

    Roger Ogden:

    … you should have been out there to help him out.

    I voted for him six times in 2008 and at least fifteen times in 2012, what more do you want from me??

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    Thinker June 17, 2014 at 12:44 pm #

    I’ve heard Butterdezillion and Orly Taitz make this ridiculous assertion. I’m sure others have as well. Maybe that’s Roger’s reasoning as well. Although, even in the wingnut world of pretend usurpers and imaginary tyrants, Roger and most of the people at that demonstration aren’t high-profile people. Hardly anyone would notice or care if they were treated tyrannically.

    The Magic M: Because they’re so “special” that if anything happened to them, tens of millions (“fur real this time” [tm]) would immediately wake up to the “truth”, rise up and overthrow the Illuminati.

    At least that’s what conspiracy believers usually tell themselves.

  53. avatar
    BillTheCat June 17, 2014 at 1:41 pm #

    Bonsall Obot: I voted for him six times in 2008 and at least fifteen times in 2012, what more do you want from me??

    lol *Hi-5* :)

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    Kate520 June 17, 2014 at 2:12 pm #

    Roger dear, people rarely “protest” things of which they approve. Most people I know don’t have these particular protesters on their radar, and wouldn’t waste their time on them if they did. They have much better things to do.

    Poke your head up out of your Foxhole once in a while. It would improve your outlook 100%.

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    Thomas Brown June 17, 2014 at 4:46 pm #

    No one need ‘defend’ the President, Roger. His legacy will do that just fine. He will be remembered as a superb President. Top 10 or 12 easy.

    You know who will need defending? His critics, especially those who espoused crackpot theories with no foundation in reality. Like, say, yours.

    I was in a crowd of 300,000 Impeach Bush protesters in DC after he lied America into an unjustifiable war in Iraq.

    300,000 kinda beats 80.

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    Fred Flintstone June 17, 2014 at 6:36 pm #

    Orly is ticked off at the Main Stream Media when in fact Faux (Fox) news is main stream and they didn’t cover it, like WND.com didn’t cover it, like the Al-Jezeera network didn’t cover it and none of her favorite Jewish media outlets didn’t cover it. It basically flopped and I think she is probably gearing up for her RICO lawsuit against the State of California regarding her failed election race. Not only that – It was curious – didn’t see any blacks or latinos or asians in her dissident group as well. This reminds me of the old protests in the 60s of the White People’s Party in Alabama. If she can’t win any perks as “The Birther Queen,” I’m sure she can run as queen of the WPP in California. Even her “buddy” Wiley Drake passed at this and James David (Lawrence) Manning never said a word about it. In other words, she needs to open her mail:

    Dear Orly,

    You’re out of time.

    Signed,

    Fifteen Minutes of Fame.

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    The Magic M June 18, 2014 at 5:27 am #

    Andrew Vrba, PmG: If being unpopular meant that you’re ineligible, then plenty of presidents would have found themselves suddenly kicked out of office over the years.

    BirthersRWNJ’s have deluded themselves before the elections about the meaning of a Presidential approval rating (“42% approval means only 42% will vote for him, so ROMNEY LANDSLIDE!!!”) and now they’re deluding themselves that an approval rating below n% (n < 45, 35, 30, …) means the people support impeachment.

    My favourite was some idjit at Birther Report claiming “Obama at 18%” when that was the result of a poll question comparing him to Bill Clinton (18-68, whereas he was 45-48 compared to GWB).

    For birthers, there’s only black and white, so “disapprove” with Obama translates to “not support him, believe he was born in Kenya, support impeachment”…

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