Appeal filed in Barnett case

The Orange County Register reports that an appeal has been filed in the Barnett v. Obama lawsuit by attorney Gary Kreep on behalf of plaintiffs Robinson and Drake.

Orly Taitz previously filed a fiery motion with the district court to reconsider.

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27 Responses to Appeal filed in Barnett case

  1. Preston says:

    Judge Land and now judge Carter, smack down the crazies (case dismissed), poor little Birthers.

    Not even “Fake News” Bill O’Reilly believes the crazies, how funny.

    To all the birthers in La, La Land, it is on you to prove to all of us that your assertion is true (TOUGH WHEN YOU KEEP LOSING CASES), if there are people who were there and support your position then show us the video (everyone has a price), either put up or frankly shut-up. I heard Orly Taitz, is selling a tape (I think it’s called “Money, Lies and Video tape”). She is from Orange County, CA, now I know what the mean when they say “behind the Orange Curtain”, when they talk about Orange County, the captial of Conspiracy Theories. You know Obama has a passport, he travel abroad before he was a Senator, but I guess they were in on it.

    In my opinion the Republican Party has been taken over the most extreme religious right (people who love to push their beliefs on others while trying to take away the rights of those they just hate) and that’s who they need to extract from their party if they real want to win. Good Luck, because as they said in WACO, “We Ain’t Coming Out”.

    I heard that she now wants to investigate the “Republican 2009 Summer of Love” list: Assemblyman, Michael D. Duvall (CA), Senator John Ensign (NV), Senator Paul Stanley (TN), Governor Mark Stanford (SC), Board of Ed Chair, and Kristin Maguire AKA Bridget Keeney (SC). She wants to re-establish a family values party.

    I can only hope that Taitz will resist the state collectors that will be coming to collect the $20K.

  2. Estiveo says:

    I see that with all the appellant and respondant briefs, the earliest this will be heard is June 2010? Long, long wait for Mr. Kreep and his birfers. Given Orly’s phyrric motion for the judge to sanction her narrow Moldovan behind… excuse me, Motion for Reconsideration, she and her remaining clients (2 less here, 2 less there) may not get an appellate hearing before the next Iowa Caucus. Assuming she’s not disbarred before then.

  3. Black Lion says:

    I was over at Orly’s house of horrors and came across this…It is amazing what the birthers will post to make people think that their cause is somehow popular and a lot of people support it…These people are delusional…

    Letter from Procter & Gamble Exec to Obama

    Please read, even if you are an Obama fan. It is legitimate, written by respected, Lou Prichett, formerly of Proctor and Gamble. Lou Pritchett is one of corporate America’s true living legends- an acclaimed author, dynamic teacher and one of the world’s highest rated speakers. Successful corporate executives everywhere recognize him as the foremost leader in change management. Lou changed the way America does business by creating an audacious concept that came to be known as “partnering.” Pritchett rose from soap salesman to Vice-President, Sales and Customer Development for Procter and Gamble and over the course of 36 years, made corporate history. _______________________________________________________


    Dear President Obama:

    You are the thirteenth President under whom I have lived and unlike any of the others, you truly scare me.

    You scare me because after months of exposure, I know nothing about you.

    You scare me because I do not know how you paid for your expensive Ivy League education and your upscale lifestyle and housing with no visible signs of support.

    You scare me because you did not spend the formative years of youth growing up in America and culturally you are not an American.

    You scare me because you have never run a company or met a payroll.

    You scare me because you have never had military experience, thus don’t understand it at its core.

    You scare me because you lack humility and class’, always blaming others.

    You scare me because for over half your life you have aligned yourself with radical extremists who hate America and you refuse to publicly denounce these radicals who wish to see America fail.

    You scare me because you are a cheerleader for the blame America’ crowd and deliver this message abroad.

    You scare me because you want to change America to a European style country where the government sector dominates instead of the private sector.

    You scare me because you want to replace our health care system with a government controlled one.

    You scare me because you prefer wind mills’ to responsibly capitalizing on our own vast oil, coal and shale reserves.

    You scare me because you want to kill the American capitalist goose that lays the golden egg which provides the highest standard of living in the world.

    You scare me because you have begun to use extortion’ tactics against certain banks and corporations.

    You scare me because your own political party shrinks from challenging you on your wild and irresponsible spending proposals.

    You scare me because you will not openly listen to or even consider opposing points of view from intelligent people.

    You scare me because you falsely believe that you are both omnipotent and omniscient.

    You scare me because the media gives you a free pass on everything you do.

    You scare me because you demonize and want to silence the Limbaughs, Hannitys, O’Relllys and Becks who offer opposing, conservative points of view.

    You scare me because you prefer controlling over governing.

    Finally, you scare me because if you serve a second term I will probably not feel safe in writing a similar letter in 8 years.

    Lou Pritchett


    This letter was sent to the NY Times but they never acknowledged it. Big surprise! Since it hit the internet, however, it has had over 500,000 hits. Keep it going. All that is necessary for evil to succeed is that good men do nothing. It’s happening right now.

  4. elmo says:

    Lou Pritchett is also a crazy old man who can’t tell fact from fiction. That happens sometimes as people age; their mind just goes. It’s sad, really.

  5. Arliss says:

    These crazy people want to kill Obama.
    They have no idea what hell they will unleash if they do so.
    It will be “Open Season” on every single Conservative in a leadership position.

  6. G says:

    I agree. Just a sad, paranoid old man, whose “real” motivation is probably more telling in recognizing that it is difficult for some older folks of a bygone era to accept how the world is changed or that we could ever elect a black man.

    The right wing likes to tout this letter as if this person is still in any way significant or relevant – he isn’t. They brag about his role at P&G, which he retired from over TWO DECADES AGO in 1989. So, he was a VP back then. In an organization of P&G’s size, I’m sure they are a dime a dozen.

    Oh, and had any actual newspaper published his tripe in their editorial pages, it would have opened it up for others to easily pick apart each of his assertions, point-by-point.

  7. G says:

    The truly sad thing is I think some of these people want just that – they truly want either a bloody second Civil War/Revolution or to spark a “race war” or some type of post-apocalyptic collapse.

    A lot of these people are marginalized in their real lives or see very little mobility in their station of society and like to fantasize that they would somehow become the “strong and powerful” in some sort of crazy Mad Max fantasy.

  8. Black Lion says:

    G, agreed. The birthers support anyone that is against the President, no matter how insidous the motive. This guy is some irrelevant old man trying to hang on. The right pushes this letter so that people will think that someone relevant actually believes in their garbarge.

  9. Black Lion says:

    We all know the 800 lb gorilla in the room is the race issue. For some they cannot get past that issue. Many of these individuals still long for the 40s and 50s where minorities “knew their place”. However since that is not PC anymore they come up with these lists of requirements and make up terms and words to cover for their obvious bigotry. And a lot of them toil at jobs they dislike and can’t stand to see someone that they consider to be beneath them achieve any type of success.

    So we combine that with the fantasy of taking over by force then you have a lot of these wingnuts. People like Orly, Leo, and the others prey on their ignorance and hatred to enrich themselves by using this crap as cover.

  10. misha says:

    That’s what I have been saying all along:

  11. G says:

    Agreed. But remember, as part of racism, there is a strong “fear of the other” component. There are quite a few of those with racist leanings that actually want to start a “race war” or get black people to riot in the streets, just so they can use that to support their fear position and stoke it in others.

    Also, even more sinisterly, it would give them twisted excuses to enact violent actions of their own in “retribution”. They would like nothing more than to try to create a situation where they can play the “victim” card and try to justify their own brutal desires as “self-defense” or retaliation.

  12. brygenon says:

    Black Lion: We all know the 800 lb gorilla in the room is the race issue. For some they cannot get past that issue. Many of these individuals still long for the 40s and 50s where minorities “knew their place”.

    But let’s not get carried away — racism is an old and sick and dying 800 lb gorilla. The election of President Obama was a devastating blow to America’s bigots, and we didn’t really expect them to accept defeat gracefully and stop being that way.

  13. Lupin says:

    From HuffPo:

    “The Ku Klux Klan will rally at Ole Miss on Saturday before the school’s football game against Louisiana State University. According to the Daily Reveille, an LSU student newspaper, the Mississippi White Knights of the Ku Klux Klan is protesting a decision to eliminate the song “From Dixie with Love” from the school’s band lineup.

    “University of Mississippi chancellor Dan Jones asked the band not to perform the song because fans chanted “the South will rise again” when it was played.”

    You can watch the video too.

  14. Joyce says:

    Preston: In my opinion the Republican Party has been taken over the most extreme religious right (people who love to push their beliefs on others while trying to take away the rights of those they just hate)

    And that they call freedom.

  15. Black Lion says:

    Bry, I know. It is just every time you think we can take a step forward in regards to this issue there are those that want to keep bringing up the issue to try and divide and keep us apart…

  16. Black Lion says:

    Amazing…But not surprising…I remember being in college in PA in the 90’s and the Klan had rallied in a town about 100 miles away…

  17. misha says:

    The Klan regularly had cross burnings about 16 miles north of where I lived in metro DC. It made the Wash Post.

    Don’t forget, Thurgood Marshall stopped a lynching in Frederick, Maryland the same month he graduated from Howard law school.

  18. brygenon says:

    Black Lion: Bry, I know. It is just every time you think we can take a step forward in regards to this issue there are those that want to keep bringing up the issue to try and divide and keep us apart…

    Couldn’t agree more, and I’m a fan of your work, Mr. Lion. Bigotry is dying a long, slow, gradual death, and no doubt some trace of it will outlive you and I. Slow as progress is, the haters are losing, as the folly and failure of the birthers makes obvious.

    Don’t give the bigots an inch. They can’t even ruin our day.

  19. brygenon: Bigotry is dying a long, slow, gradual death

    It is my opinion that bigotry is in our genes, and preventing it requires constant vigilance–and always will.

  20. brygenon says:

    Dr. Conspiracy: brygenon: Bigotry is dying a long, slow, gradual death It is my opinion that bigotry is in our genes, and preventing it requires constant vigilance–and always will.

    Dr. C., that bit I wrote to Mr. Lion — about being a fan of his work — that goes double for you. You’ve nailed it again.

    It’s it our genes. No choice. We are tribal.

    Our hope is as Dr. C. said — that with constant vigilance we can overcome the base instincts of our biology. The way I see it, things are looking pretty good. President Obama is facing grave challenges, but the birthers’ cause is getting less than nothing, as they pitch that he’s evil or stupid or inferior based on race or religion or whatever.

    Disagreeing with President Obama’s policies is, of course, entirely respectable. Even under our greatest of Presidents, the American majority relies on and benefits from the loyal opposition. America’s disgust of the birthers is not about mere disagreement on effective policy.

  21. Black Lion says:

    Bry, Thanks. I think most intelligent Americans strive for equality and believe in the best of folks. But some people just have hatred in their hearts. They can only feel better by putting someone else down. The birthers, and to a lesser extent the GOP have decided to feed into the subtle hatred of some to push forward their agenda. I look forward to the death of bigotry. We must all be aware and do what we can. And I am a fan of yours also Bry.

  22. Black Lion says:

    Look at Orly. Still prepetuating her hate filled agenda…This is the reason as Dr. C said we need to stay vigilant….

    Help in research needed
    Posted on | November 20, 2009 | 10 Comments

    I am st ill in St. Charles, working as a delegate at the Continental Congress 2009. I am doing my best to stay in touch with people electronically and I am filing all the court docs electronically, doing drafting and research at night.

    I recieved an article about my cases, it was published in Russian language newspaper “Vesti”. There were two things that caught my attention. One- was the fact that I gave this interview back in August, but it was published now. It also mentioned a book recently published by Obama’s half brother Mark Ndsandjo (Obama, Nydesand). I am extremely swamped and probably would not have time to read his book any time soon.

    I need help in research. I need someone to read Mark Ndsandjo’s book and make a table: any and all addresses, places, names in US mentioned.

    I need someone to read Bill Ayres book and Obama’s books. I need to check for crossovers between the three, particularly at Mercer Island WA, GA, NY, HI. Please run those against the addresses provided by the two investigators- Mr. Sankey and Ms. Daniels.

    One more detail. Pror to HI Ann Dunham lived at Mercer island, WA. Though Obama claims that she lived in HI after his birth, records show her in WA, studying at the Uof WA.

    I noticed that Sedhath Vellamoor, Judge Carter’s clerk is also shown as residing at Mercer Island. I am not familiar with that area. I need someone local to check-how close are those residences, are there nearby centers for Democratic party, socuialist party, communist party, Muslim organizations, immigrants from India organizations?

    If you find any information, that is of interest, call me 949-683-5411

  23. Rickey says:

    Orly is supposed to be the queen of the birthers, yet she hasn’t read Obama’s books? She needs someone else to do it for her?

    And note her apparent assumption that Judge Carter’s clerk is an immigrant from India.

  24. Rickey says:

    In another hilarious development, Orly’s fans on Facebook are trying to organize a group to attend her court appearance for her speeding ticket on December 18. They want to meet for breakfast first to discuss “strategy.”

  25. Robi says:

    I would pay good money to be a fly on the wall at that ‘strategy meeting.’ I cannot wait to see what is being trumpeted on the Facebook site after the court appearance, either.

  26. Rickey says:

    One of their theories is that the Highway Patrol ticketed Orly on orders from Judge Carter. I haven’t been able to figure out how Judge Carter managed to conspire to get Orly to drive in excess of 100 MPH.

  27. aarrgghh says:

    well, she has complained of obots tampering with her car …

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