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Taitz berates a and Z

Perhaps we need a word in the English language to describe the particular blend  of factual, linguistic, legal and typographical errors we see commonly from Orly Taitz. Here’s a headline on her blog from October 31:

Mike Zullo, president of old case Posse for sheriff arpaio admits to getting large donations, such as a $10,000 check from a donor. Neither Zullo, nor CCP, no arpaio never filed a complaint against Obama with the authorities on the issue of Obama’s bogus IDs, even though moneys were collected for investigation and evidence was collected

What Taitz from her standpoint as a birther wouldn’t realize is that the evidence the Cold Case Posse based all of their publicity on so far has been discredited. A case cannot be built on speculation.

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12 Responses to Taitz berates a and Z

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    Bonsall Obot November 2, 2014 at 8:49 am #

    She demoted Zullo from Supreme Kommandante to president.

    That’s gotta sting.

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    jayHG November 2, 2014 at 9:40 am #

    What do you mean “a case cannot be built on speculation?” Lol……in OrlyWorld, the only cases worth bothering with are the ones where there is absolutely NO concrete evidence, just her guesswork and also, she says so, so there!

    …and I thought Dr. Conspiracy was an OrlyWorld expert….

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    Paul November 2, 2014 at 12:03 pm #

    jayHG:
    What do you mean “a case cannot be built on speculation?”Lol……in OrlyWorld, the only cases worth bothering with are the ones where there is absolutely NO concrete evidence, just her guesswork and also, she says so, so there!

    Indeed, the fact that there IS no evidence is proof of the conspiracy!

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    SterngardF November 2, 2014 at 5:59 pm #

    “Perhaps we need a word in the English language to describe the particular blend of factual, linguistic, legal and typographical errors we see commonly from Orly Taitz.”

    We have such a word. The verb form here would be “Sternsigging.”

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    Dave November 2, 2014 at 9:38 pm #

    Here’s what I can’t believe: that Taitz has gotten zero pushback from the birthers over that fact that her latest lawsuit make zero mention of “Obama’s bogus IDs.”

    So she’s doing nothing about birther issues any more except throwing rocks at other birthers.

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    roxy7655 November 2, 2014 at 10:14 pm #

    The term I always liked as a common noun meaning “that particular blend of factual, linguistic, legal and typographical errors” is “taitz.” As in “What he filed was nothing but a steaming pile of taitz.”

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    Benji Franklin November 3, 2014 at 1:36 am #

    Doc, you wrote: “Perhaps we need a word in the English language to describe the particular blend of factual, linguistic, legal and typographical errors we see commonly from Orly Taitz. ”

    How about:

    “TypoHypoLegalDictionErrancy” ?

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    Dave B. November 4, 2014 at 10:19 am #

    I prefer the verb “orly.” Rhyming with, and using the same forms as “fly.”

    roxy7655:
    The term I always liked as a common noun meaning “that particular blend of factual, linguistic, legal and typographical errors” is “taitz.”As in “What he filed was nothing but a steaming pile of taitz.”

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    Jim November 4, 2014 at 11:56 am #

    Dave B.: I prefer the verb “orly.” Rhyming with, and using the same forms as “fly.”

    Didn’t someone at one time put together a birther dictionary?

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    Dave B. November 4, 2014 at 12:22 pm #

    Didn’t Doc do that? Now I wouldn’t say, of course, that the noun and verb versions couldn’t complement each other, as in
    “She went and orlew a big mess of taitz all over that motion. Okay, I’m already sick of that one. I think “orly” makes a pretty good modifier, though– whether adjective or adverb. She can be anything. She’s like the marklar of birthers.

    Jim: Didn’t someone at one time put together a birther dictionary?

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    The Magic M (not logged in) November 5, 2014 at 8:53 am #

    Dave B.: I prefer the verb “orly.”

    It also makes a great adverb, as in “Did you orly file that motion?!”, implying both incredulity at the audacity and a criticism of the action denoted by the verb referenced.

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    Andrew Vrba, PmG November 5, 2014 at 8:13 pm #

    I can’t help wonder if Orly starts her day in a very similar fashion. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LleBj6Q-Zng
    In fact, if Lifetime ever decides to do a movie based on her life, I think they should give the role to Gary Busey!