Orly Got a New Pair of Blog

Orly Mascot

Orly Mascot

In an article: Somebody sabotaged this blog – New blog is DefendOurFreedoms.us, Orly Taitz announced her new blog:

“A number of people were reporting that somebody has sabotaged this blog. In order to solve the problem we have built a new blog DefendOurFreedoms.US You will be able to read the new blog and post your comments there”

The old blog is working just fine, so I presume the “sabotage” story is gratuitous.

The new blog is up and running with your favorite Orly rants and misinformation and it has that old picture of Orly that makes her look drunk. Orly has since updated her picture, thank goodness. When I did my Orly section in Who’s Who here, I didn’t include a picture of her at first, because I thought the only one available was insulting.

In any case Natural Born Citizen…Orly? was a silly name and she’s good to be shed of it (if indeed it goes away). Your favorite DONATE button is still there.

PS. I really like the Orly mascot. The image name suggests that it is an owl although Orly in Russian means “eagles”. What I like about it, though, is the title, which to me looks like the bird is saying “O Really?” That’s an appropriate thing to say about most of the stuff that appears on her blog. I hope the birdy makes it over to the new blog.

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25 Responses to Orly Got a New Pair of Blog

  1. Patrick McKinnion says:

    I noticed the new site was rather well put together and up to date for something that had to moved to quickly due to sabotage.

    I suspect it’s been in the works for a while, and this is their pity-party excuse. I don’t think it’s that new

  2. bogus info says:

    The Drama Queen would NOT miss an opportunity to blame something on Obama/O-bots. This “move” was a planned move. No sabotage whatsoever.

  3. bogus info says:

    Has anybody but me noticed that Orly doesn’t seem to have as many people commenting these days?

  4. bogus info says:

    Orly has posted the CIA subpoena and proof of services on her blog that she issued in relation to her “Executive Order” lawsuit.

    How this comment by someone (not me)got past the moderator is hard to believe, but it did:

    2/4/2009 12:39 PM American wrote:
    “This subpoena will either be quashed or ignored.”

    “The CIA is not within the court’s jurisdiction. Therefore, it cannot enforce the subpoena.”

    “The EO in question applies only to excepted service and to contractors. Obama is neither. The EO specifies that it cannot be used as the basis for a lawsuit.”

    “I see Rule 11 sanctions.”

  5. Sometimes Orly is a little slow at quashing comments.

  6. bogus info says:

    Dr. C.,

    That was a good one “quashing.” LOL
    What is the deal with Cheney? Doesn’t he realize he’s not the VP anymore?

  7. An interesting article appears on the new Orly blog today, titled: A Lesson From History, Sent by Reader “Splash” referring to the book Team of Rivals by Doris Kearns Goodwin, an excellent book which I am myself reading these days. The article draws parallels between the Dred Scott v. Sanford decision and the current Supreme Court’s denial of standing to these Obama conspiracy lawsuits.

    While the Dred Scott decision did indeed go down in history as a monumental stain on the reputation of the Supreme Court, I don’t think the Roberts’ Court’s refusal to hear some crank lawsuits about Obama will rate even a footnote in the history books.

    It is ironic that racist Supreme Court Chief Justice Roger Taney who had said he would never swear in Seward himself swore in Abraham Lincoln who did free the slaves.

  8. mimi says:

    Yeah, but it made it thru her moderator. Mine didn’t. Said the same thing, but I added the part about the effective date of the EO.

  9. bogus info says:

    February 4, 2009

    Across the United States, it seems that States are suddenly intent on declaring their Sovereignty to the Federal Government. Specifically citing the 10th Amendment of our beloved Constitution, reminding our central government where the real power lies, and of the fact that the Federal Government’s power is derived from the will of the States (and of the People) and even going as far as to state (in some cases) that the United States Government has been trampling our Constitution by acting outside of its enumerated powers specified in our founding document. The links below go to each State’s recently-introduced actual piece of legislation.

    New Hampshire







  10. The trick word in the text is “suddenly”. One has to ask whether there is anything “sudden” or whether this is something we’ve seen from states rights advocates forever. The propagandist’s method is to take something true and turn it into something that it really isn’t. The naive reader verifies the links, but doesn’t ask the contextual question:

    How many of these were introduced last year, and the year before and the year before…

    A little Google searching would probably answer that question efficiently.

  11. Public records no doubt. Totally silly, though.

  12. bogus info says:

    Dr. C.,

    Did you read it? Orly is trying to claim/imply that Obama is Barakat Osama and is also tied to some company that Michelle Obama’s brother works for and is also tied to 9/11.

  13. Remember, conspiracy theorists at some point become convinced of their theory. Everything that follows is confirmation, and ANYTHING can be a confirmation, including two people having barely similar names, or the fax times on Surrick’s decision which traces back to Obama because IT WAS IN THE SAME TIME ZONE!

    I deal with large databases in my job and one is amazed at the coincidences one finds when the data set is large enough. Like “what’s the chance that two people with exactly the same first and last name would be born in exactly the same state on exactly the same day?” In a medium sized state one might have half a dozen people with the same name born on any given day. If you get to scramble the names around with inexact matching, the number grows.

    Granted Barakat Osama is an unusual name, but there’s no reason to jump to the conclusion that it’s the same person as Barack Obama.

  14. bogus info says:

    Some are dealing with abortion and guns.

  15. richCares says:

    I wonder if Orly will mention the 20 retired generals that support Obama.
    “20 Retired Generals and Admirals show their support for Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention. Speech by General Scott Gration”
    u tube of speech

  16. Oh, this one: The Oddities of plumbers and land deals. Looks like the Obama Conspiracy Theorists are now melding with the 9/11 truthers. I say we buy some land in Africa and give them their own country.

  17. Patrick McKinnion says:

    Well, Berg himself started out as a 9/11 truther filing lawsuits against the Bush, Chaney, the Supreme Court, etc., to uncover the “truth” about 9/11. So any other birthers being truthers isn’t a surprise.

  18. Patrick McKinnion says:

    Doubtful. I pointed out to a birther who was claiming the military wouldn’t support Obama that Active Duty personnel had donated more money to Obama than McCain during the general election.

    They blew it off by saying Ron Paul got more donations than Obama during the primaries, and that was proof they don’t support Obama.

    Some of the birthers are absolutely convinced the military will rise up and force the “usurper” out of office and restore the country. And they are blind to the support that Obama HAS in the military.

  19. Orly is LinkedIn!

    This is scary because I’m on LinkedIn too.

  20. Orly in 2006 from the Orange County Register

    IRVINEIsrael should continue its attacks on Lebanon to rid the country of terrorists, Jewish community leaders said at a pro-Israel rally on Sunday.

    “Israel had no choice but to respond directly to the threat to its own people,” Rabbi Marc Dworkin told a crowd of hundreds gathered outside Mariners Church in Irvine. “You’re in a state where you have to take out parts of the country because the terrorists have embedded themselves in the country.”

    The crowd of mostly Jewish people held up signs that read “We stand with Israel” and “Free Lebanon from Hezbollah.”

    “It is unfortunate that collateral damage happens, but it is necessary to exterminate terrorist groups like Hamas and Hezbollah,” Laguna Niguel resident Orly Taitz, 45, said.

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