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Taitz v Kornhaber

Orly Taitz, DDS, Esq, OBE1 was none too pleased with yesterday’s article in the Orange County Weekly, according to a letter from her received at Obama Conspiracy Theories this afternoon. She said:

Yesterday [Orange County Weekly] ran a cover story relating to Barack Obama’s illegitimacy to Presidency. It was titled “Meet Orly Taitz, Queen Bee of the people obsessed with Barack Obama’s eligibility”

Her letter goes on to make certain specific criticisms about the article, for example:

you quoted me as saying that there will be a rebellion, that I support it whole heartedly – I never said that.

Followers of the Orly story will know that she has said various things along this line, including a quote cited in the OC Weekly article. The Internet has a long memory. Orly wrote on her blog last January 17:

I hope that the men in this country, particularly in our military will finally revolt against this travesty of Justice. If our government and our elected officials and our judiciary have failed us, then it is time for the new government, new elected officials and a new judiciary.

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Talking Taitz

The issue is: how does one pronounce “Taitz”?

It’s pronounced to rhyme with “weights”. You can hear her say it yourself on YouTube.

Just another example of the thorough investigations carried out daily by Obama Conspiracy Theories and our links to authoritative sources.


Exhibit Z

Dr. Conspiracy

Dr. Conspiracy

I’ve been thinking about the appearance of a page from Obama Consipracy Theories in a motion in a federal lawsuit (Hamblin v. Obama). Since Clark Hamblin is representing himself, I assume that he personally visited this web site and copied the page which became Exhibit Z to his motion. This is a remarkable connection between the discussion here and the real people filing lawsuits.

I was interviewed by Orange County Weekly for an article on Orly Taitz that I believe will appear June 18. Even someone from visited and read a few of these pages.

Things like this encourage me to be “more serious” with the web site’s coverage. I don’t plan to change the wisecracking attitude, but I may try to cover some things more thoroughly, and not just what’s new and interesting.

“Exhibit Z” sounds like a great name for “the final word” on a subject. It’s a worthy goal to live up to such a name.


Obama Conspiracy Theories provides evidence to federal court

Clark Hamblin sued Barack Obama and John McCain in the US District Court for Arizona, alleging that neither of them was eligible to run for president and asking for a few million in damages. John McCain recently moved for dismissal and yesterday Clark Hamblin filed a motion in opposition. In part, the motion said:

RIPENESS / ADVERSENESS: Plaintiff asserts that an actual, current controversy worthy of exists concerning the core issue of this action before this Honorable Court. Plaintiff asserts that with the large number of cases at law approaching this issue it is in fact time to put the “natural born citizen” definition in place to avoid prolonged and possible further actions of this issue. A current list of cases involved in this matter at controversy before this Honorable Court (Exhibit Z, whereto attached).

Imagine my surprise when I reached page 50 in the filing and found that Exhibit Z consisted of pages from the Obama Conspiracy Theories Docket Project!

Hamblin would have done well to have read further on this web site including the article about the forged birth certificates made against John McCain which he also attached to his motion.

One might ask, given that Hamblin alleges McCain was born in the Republic of Panama (not in the Canal Zone), why McCain doesn’t show them his real birth certificate (which has not been published to date) to refute the transparent forgery Hamblin showed. There are a number of answers to that question, answers that have already been discussed on this web site in a slightly different context.


The Fall of the House of Birther

While there never was any credible objection to President Obama’s constitutional eligibility to be president, some issues were raised that looked good, at least until they were examined. Over the course of the last 6 months, this web site has examined these issues, digging to find if there were some substance in them, exposing fraud and replacing rumor with fact.

People believe what they want to believe, and in the face of that fact simply showing that there is no basis for the belief is not enough. Refutation, when possible, is better. Many contributors here and elsewhere have searched the pubic record for information for refutation. I have searched as well. Here are the results of that search, addressing the four major objections to Obama’s eligibility:

  1. President Obama was born in Kenya
  2. President Obama renounced his US Citizenship and became an Indonesian citizen
  3. President Obama traveled to Pakistan when travel to US citizens was banned.
  4. A president of the United States must be the child of US Citizen parents, and President Obama’s father was British.

President Obama was born in Kenya

This was always an implausible scenario and it probably wouldn’t have persisted except for a tape recording, with barely audible sections in an African language, that purports to be Sarah Obama (the President’s paternal step grandmother) saying that she was present when President Obama was born. The tape recording, available on this web site, and its associated transcript by researcher Greg Doudna, clearly shows in its complete and unedited version, that the speaker is saying President Obama was born in Hawaii. The details and evidence are in my article: Sarah Obama Speaks! Continue Reading →


Truth and Transparency

I must admit: this one was a shock.

Ball, LA

Ball, LA

WorldNetDaily, a front organization for a few right-wing millionaires trying to build mind share through manipulation of the news, has launched what it calls its “truth and transparency” campaign. “Lies and smears” is what it really is, as WorldNetDaily has been associated time and time again with publishing outright lies (such as the infamous “travel ban” to Pakistan).

The sign disturbs me because it is promoting class warfare–not class warfare between the rich and poor, not class warfare between liberals and conservatives, but class warfare between people with common sense and the stupid. Continue Reading →