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Berg to byline book about Obama

The Wall Street Journal Law Blog reports that birther attorney Philip J. Berg has lost his privilege to practice before the US Supreme Court, following a two-year suspension from the practice of law in his home state of Pennsylvania for matters unrelated to his anti-Obama lawsuits; however, in an interview with his local newspaper, the Lehigh Valley News, Berg admits that it was spending so much time pursuing Obama that caused him to neglect his own clients.

Berg, who said that he would re-apply to the Supreme Court after his suspension ends, also said he was writing a book about Obama.

Did you know?

  • Phil Berg is a volunteer fireman

Taitz headed back to DC for protest

Orly Taitz carrying anti-Obama protest signAfter her last dismal showing in DC (two supporters), Orly Taitz is once again headed to the the Federal District [Link to Taitz web site] to picket the Supreme Court and lobby Congress, calling attention to her case, Noonan v. Bowen, scheduled for conference at the Supreme Court next Friday, February 15. Orly has high hopes for a much larger turnout, perhaps as many as 5 people this time (from Tennessee, Texas, Ohio, California and Nevada).

I would go and support you on Tuesday at 11, but I have to stay home and picket my nose.

Pastor Manning: Cover Sheriff Arpaio with prayer

In a new video, Pastor James David Manning is calling for Christians to “cover Sheriff Arpaio in prayer.”

In the video, Manning makes false statements about the President’s social-security number and then says:

I’m at this moment calling upon all noble citizens and patriots to encamp and encircle Sheriff Joe Arpaio in prayer. … We know how dangerous the world that we now live in is and how exposed Sheriff Joe Arpaio is at present. We need to cover him in prayer. We need to start a prayer chain.

Pastor Manning also says that if Arpaio is not successful in having Obama removed from power, Manning expects to go to jail. We’ll be watching to see how that works out.

As a Christian, I agree with requests to pray for Sheriff Arpaio, and I think we should pray for Pastor Manning, and for Barack Obama too. However, I strongly condemn the lies that Manning promotes under the guise of religion.

The full video runs 18 minutes.

Supreme says Obama eligible

That’s what a new YouTube video claims, and as Leo Berman says: the “YouTubes are infallible.”

In the following video, we have a reading from a letter supposedly from former Supreme Court justice Sandra Day O’Connor, to a 12-year-old girl who wrote her asking for an explanation of what the Constitution means by “natural born citizen” and whether she (a US citizen born overseas) could be president

O’Connor replies that the Supreme Court has never decided a case about how the term “natural born citizen” applies to presidential eligibility, but cited several instances where persons not born in the US have run for President (Barry Goldwater, George Romney and John McCain) have run for president, and then adds:

All of our Presidents have, to date, been born in the 50 states. Notably, President Obama was born in the state of Hawaii, and so is clearly a natural born citizen.

[This video is no longer available due to copyright issues]

Zombies ahead

It died back in August of 2010, but the zombie claim that Supreme Court Justice Kagan defended Barack Obama on eligibility-related cases as Solicitor General has been seen lurking the streets of the web site. The cases Jeff Rense Googled have nothing to do with Obama’s eligibility. I’m still scratching my head over what George Soros has to do with any of this.

You might want to check out Rense’s link fast because it might just sink back into the ground as it did last time we saw it at WorldNetDaily before it was hastily scrubbed.