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Director Fuddy dies in plane crash

Loretta FuddyIt is with a profound sense of loss that I report the tragic and and untimely death of Loretta Fuddy, director of the Hawaii Department of Health, appointed by Governor Abercrombie in 2011 to succeed Dr. Chiyome Fukino. Fuddy was the sole casualty in a small plane crash.

Ms. Fuddy, 65, had a background in social work and had received numerous awards including ones for her work with children.

Orly Taitz puts herself in the middle of the story [link to Taitz web site]:

Press Release: Within hours after Attorney Orly Taitz published a press release of [redacted]’s “control” birth certificate showing the same evidence of forgery and backdating as Obama’s alleged birth certificate, which was certified as genuine by director of Health of HI Loretta Fuddy, it was announced that Loretta Fuddy was the only passenger to die in a small plane accident. Attorney Taitz calls on 8 courts and judges who received her cases to rule expeditiously on the merits and review the evidence of forgery and theft in Obama’s IDs before more people die in strange accidents

Other birthers respond at Birther Report:

★FALCON★ : No surprises there. Sometimes conspiracies are real – especially when Democrats are involved. In my opinion, this is the type of thing that will bring out even more people who will look into the Obama criminal empire … There is no such thing as coincidences.

Ed K: It would be interesting to know what kind of computer/file/email cleanup occurred in the last few hours as people mourn her death. same crew as the passport office cleanup, most likely

★FALCON★ : I wonder if Neil Abercrombie will be sleeping with one eye open.

thinkwell : Fuddy was involved up to her prematurely dead eyeballs in aka obama’s identity crimes

★FALCON★ : Interestingly, Gallups says the long wait is almost over and a co-conspirator is dead. You just can’t make this stuff up.


charlesmountain : Fuddy was gonna squeal…

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Ineligible president elected by illegible voters

On a new twist in denying the results of the 2012 Presidential Election, Michael Savage says the Barack Obama was elected “illegal aliens,” so reports Orly Taitz on her blog.

Savage claims a background in epidemiology, but doesn’t actually do any analysis; he just says that the polls were wrong because they didn’t count illegals. There are two problems with that. First, most polls were right, and second it’s really hard for an undocumented person to register to vote lacking, uh, documentation.

It’s a theory designed to play well to right-wing prejudices,  attractive to those who fear undocumented persons and know that Latinos voted overwhelmingly for Obama.

BTW, I saw a cute cartoon yesterday. Two Indians were talking and one asks the other what a Pilgrim is. The other says “undocumented immigrant.”


One of the differences between me and the birthers is that the birthers hope or even expect something to happen as the result of their activity contesting Obama’s eligibility as President of the United States. I have no such hopes or expectations that anything I do will make any difference. I believe Obama will remain in office until the next election and then that the voters will decide who will be the next President based on issues entirely divorced from eligibility – and I’m good with that.

Without my help, Republicans in California will reject Orly Taitz’s Senate bid. The number of birthers, I guessing, will remain fairly stable. There is no windmill that needs a lance stuck in it. The legal arguments are done and barring a new court decision, not much to challenge the mind there. I find no fun in ridiculing unfortunate people.

I say all this to explain why there hasn’t been much new material on the blog of late. I’ve been pursuing some other interests as you can see by my recent articles over at Blog or Die! I’ve been  and will be traveling some too.

Knowing myself from past years, I will probably get fired up as the election heats up next year. I also intend to ease up (and already have) on “topical purity” in this site so we can talk about critical thinking or more specifically the lack thereof in the 2012 campaign. I continue to care about the human toll birtherism has on individuals and will continue to reflect that concern in articles here, such as the recent series on Darren Huff. I’ll also keep the open threads going so you folks can talk about your own birther-related interests.

Whither birthers? has a new article tracing the origins of the birther movement, Birtherism: Where it all began. Here’s where they put the blame:

The answer lies in Democratic, not Republican politics, and in the bitter, exhausting spring of 2008. At the time, the Democratic presidential primary was slipping away from Hillary Clinton and some of her most passionate supporters grasped for something, anything that would deal a final reversal to Barack Obama.

What follows is a history of the birther movement that I found entertaining. I don’t think there is anything in the article you couldn’t find SOMEWHERE among the 1,200 articles on this site, but Politico has better writing, and lays it all out nicely.

In every major debunking of birther myths, there is always “the mistake”, and Politico doesn’t break the streak by including this zinger:

The website World Net Daily, for instance, has written that “Hawaii at the time of Obama’s birth allowed births that took place in foreign countries to be registered in Hawaii.” This is true,…

That is not true. At the time of Obama’s birth, the law allowing foreign registrations was still two decades in the future, the law not passed until 1982. But you knew that.

I did a two-part series on the origins of the birthers, in 2009 and also discussed the important role of Phil Berg in the rise of birtherism in 2010:

Let me drop a tantalizing hint that there may be more to come from another researcher into the origins of the Birthers. That’s a story for another blog.

Note that the article should be “Whence Birthers?”, bit “whither” sounded better.

Obama at Columbia College (or not?)

Columbia University, NY

You may recall that Pastor James David Manning has been spinning all sorts of theories about Barack Obama in his college years working for the CIA giving weapons to the Taliban (which didn’t even exist at the time). Those stories are supplemented by claims that no one at Columbia College remembers Obama. Add to that the millions that Obama has supposedly spent to keep all his records sealed. Obama’s two-year tenure at Columbia is reported from several sources including:

But the story just won’t come to rest. Enter Orly Taitz, intrepid reporter of stuff from databases. She has obtained from the National Student Clearinghouse web site a database query that says Barack Obama was only at Columbia College for 9 months,  9/1/1982-5/31/1983, rather than 2 years. So was Obama off becoming a Muslim in Pakistan or some such nefarious thing? Continue Reading →

February mail bag

See if you can make heads or tails of this bit that came in the mail today. It may be that the contact form cuts off really long messages. [The message has been edited to remove extra line breaks.]

Comments: This is addressed to Lucas D. Smith

In late 2007, I meet with Alan Keyes in Concord, New Hampshire. I was well aware that Barack H. Obama was the grandson of Hussein Onyango Obama after reading his book “Dreams of My Father” at the time he was running for United States Senator in IL. I recalled when reading it that there was a person with the same name, viz., Onyango Obama who was one of the 19 convicted in 1949 for being a Mau Mau terrorist. He got out of prison in early 1951, because his lawyer found a copy of a naturalization decree from Zanzibar dated 1919. Continue Reading →