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Post by PatGund » Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:19 pm



Did anyone catch her utterly wingbat letter to Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa??http://defendourfreedoms.us/2009/02/11/ ... ey.aspxShe basically dumped everything she's claimed to have discovered on him and asked for a meeting. I suspect she's been placed in the dingbat files at his office by now.Then theres her all caps screaming:http://defendourfreedoms.us/2009/02/11/ ... h.aspx"WHY DID SOMEONE PULL OVER 550 BILLION DOLLARS OUT OF OUR MARKET SYSTEM WITHIN AN HOUR AND A HALF ON THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 18TH? I DON'T WHERE THE "TIN FOIL HAT" BUT SOMETHING SEEMS STRANGE THERE. THIS HAPPENED RIGHT AFTER JOHN MCCAIN SAID THE ECONOMY WAS FINE. DID SOMEONE WANT TO MAKE HIM LOOK LIKE A FOOL? MILLIONS OF PEOPLE LOST THEIR LIFE SAVINGS AND LOST THEIR JOBS BECAUSE OF A POSSIBLE MARKET RUN ON THE BANKS. ALL THIS WAS DONE TO POSSIBLY CHANGE THE TURN OUT OF ELECTIONS! THE FEC IS NOT DOING THEIR JOB TO PREVENT ELECTION CAMPAIGN MONEY FRAUD, THE SEC IS NOT DOING THEIR JOB TO STOP CORRUPTION IN OUR MARKET SYSTEM."She's buying into the claims that someone, (usual suspect is George Soros) pulled the money out to make McCain look bad and insure Obama won. But it gets better!"I DO NOT BELIEVE IN TAKING UP ARMS BUT WE MUST DO SOMETHING! TO BLOG OR EMAIL OUR COMPLAINTS ARE GETTING US NOWHERE AND APPARENTLY OUR PHONE CALLS AND FAXES MEAN NOTHING TO THE PEOPLE WE ELECTED TO REPRESENT US.THIS COUNTRY IS FAILING INTO SOCIALISM AS WE SPEAK. LETS DO SOMETHING ABOUT ITI WOULD LIKE TO HEAR SOME IDEAS OUT THERE ON SOME FAST ACTION. LET'S QUIT TALKING THE TALK AND WALK THE WALKLET'S ROLL!"Wingbat with an extra side of treasonberries.



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Post by Jez » Wed Feb 11, 2009 3:27 pm



Oh please tell me she sent the WHOLE thing to him???? Please????


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What is this about?Later it was reported that he studied at Occidental college in Ca under the name Barry Soetoro and there was an entry in the journal of the California assembly in re. to grants given to foreign exchange students, one Soetoro from Indonesia.Gee... I'd like to correct each and every mis-statement in that letter and send it on to Grassley. But, gosh... that would make it a 10 page letter!



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Oh please tell me she sent the WHOLE thing to him???? Please????She claims to have )



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Funny how Occidental College recalls him as Barry and Barack Obama - no mention of any Soetoro kid.

It was at Occidental where he stopped being called “Barry” and became Barack Obama, Newsweek pointed out in its March 31 account of Obama’s formative years that featured his black-and-white freshman photo on the cover. “It was when I made a conscious decision: I want to grow up,” he told the magazine. http://www.oxy.edu/x7025.xml



Occidental recalls ‘Barry’ Obama

By Larry Gordon

January 29, 2007 in print edition B-1 Copyright 2007 Los Angeles Times



Memories of 1980 at Occidental College’s Haines Hall have the standard fragments of the era: stereos blasting the B-52’s through the dorm, pot-fueled bull sessions about the revival of draft registration, late-night cramming for economics exams.



That otherwise private nostalgia took on public significance this month when a former Haines Hall resident from Hawaii known at the time as Barry announced that he was forming an exploratory committee to run for president of the United States.



U.S. Sen. Barack Obama is usually described as an alumnus of Columbia University, where he earned his bachelor’s degree, and of Harvard Law School.



But the Illinois Democrat began his undergraduate education at Occidental, and the 1,825-student liberal arts college in the Eagle Rock neighborhood of Los Angeles isn’t shy about claiming him as an alumnus for his two years there (1979-81) on full scholarship. Perhaps, some think, it’s where his political and oratory skills were nurtured.



Despite the somewhat awkward facts that Obama transferred from Occidental and that his official website biography doesn’t even mention the campus, old friends and former teachers at the well-regarded 120-year-old school proudly described him as a serious scholar and a good athlete who helped the JV Tigers basketball team to an undefeated season.



Though some express surprise at his current prominence, classmates recall a slim, good-looking teen with a moderate Afro, a taste for Casa Bianca’s Hawaiian-style pizza (pineapple and ham) and a role in protesting college investments in firms doing business in South Africa during the apartheid era.



In his 1995 autobiography, “Dreams From My Father,” Obama recounted how he was accepted into “several respectable” colleges but chose Occidental “mainly because I’d met a girl from Brentwood while she was vacationing in Hawaii.”



On Friday, in an e-mailed response to questions from The Times, Obama said he had “fond memories” of Occidental. “It’s a wonderful, small liberal arts college. The professors were diverse and inspiring. I ended up making some lifelong friendships there, and those first two years really helped me grow up.”



Roger Boesche, a professor of politics who’s cited as Obama’s intellectual mentor at Occidental, said the young man from Honolulu was “a very thoughtful student and a very curious student.”



Obama enrolled in two of Boesche’s courses: a survey of American government and political thought from the Revolution through the civil rights movement and an advanced look at modern European political thought, which tackled such philosophers as Friedrich Nietzsche and Max Weber.



“You didn’t take my European Modern class without wanting to think about deep ideas,” said Boesche. Teacher and student later lost touch until Obama, then an Illinois state senator, ran for the U.S. Senate in 2004 and Boesche launched a warm e-mail correspondence.



Eric Newhall, a professor of American studies and American literature at Occidental, said Obama played with flair as a fiercely competitive guard in faculty-student pickup basketball games.



“I remember him clearly as better as an offensive player than a defense player,” he said. Now Newhall likes to lightheartedly brag that he “scored a good number of baskets against the senator of Illinois. I would love to say I scored against the president.”



On a more serious note, Newhall said Obama already showed glimpses of social conscience and what his supporters describe as his charisma. “Clearly the guy had a presence,” he said.



“He came off as a serious, articulate, intelligent young guy,” Newhall recalled. “I didn’t say, ‘Here is presidential timber,’ but I said to myself, ‘I like our student body because they are going out to do interesting things.’ ”



He and others recall a strong speech Obama made at a campus rally urging South Africa divestment. Obama, in his book, considered that a big moment: “I figured I was ready, and could reach people where it counted,” he wrote. “I thought my voice wouldn’t fail me.” Still, Obama initially thought he had flopped.



Dorm neighbor Ken Sulzer, now a lawyer in Century City, remembers Haines Hall’s loud soundtrack of New Wave bands like the Flying Lizards. Hallway debates tackled the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan and President Carter’s subsequent revival of draft registration.



Obama “did not impose his personality but certainly was well-respected among his peers and always had that great voice, even when he was 17, 18,” Sulzer said.



In Boesche’s European politics class, Sulzer said he was impressed at how few notes Obama took. “Where I had five pages, Barry had probably a paragraph of the pithiest, tightest prose you’d ever see



John Boyer, a skin cancer surgeon in Honolulu, fondly recalled evenings driving around L.A. and sharing pizza near campus. Boyer described himself as conservative politically and opposed to some of Obama’s positions, but added, “What I admired about him then and now is that he is a very principled person in how he formulated his views.”



A woman who knew Obama at Occidental but did not want to be identified said she remains surprised that “Barry” might run for president. “It was just different times then. People sat around and smoked dope and talked about how they would reform the world. But you never thought they would,” she said.



Although college friends would not discuss his drug use, Obama has publicly said he smoked marijuana and tried cocaine in high school and college.



Obama, now 45, came to Occidental’s lushly landscaped campus after graduating from the Punahou School, a prestigious private academy in Hawaii. The son of a white American woman and a black Kenyan father who had been an exchange student at the University of Hawaii, he spent some of his childhood in Indonesia, where a stepfather lived.



Obama wrote about his search for a racial identity and said he often hung out with other black students at Occidental but also “the foreign students. The Chicanos. The Marxist professors and structural feminists and punk-rock performance poets



Today, blacks and Latinos comprise about 22% of the student body, more than double what it was in Obama’s time.



Anne Howells, a retired English professor, said she wrote Obama a recommendation for his Columbia transfer – even though he sometimes turned in assignments late.



“He wanted a bigger school and the experience of Manhattan,” she said. “I thought it was a good move for him.”



In his e-mail, Obama confirmed that he transferred partly “because Occidental was so small, I felt that I had gotten what I needed out of it and the idea of being in New York was very appealing.” But another reason was that he had many older friends who were graduating. College spokesman Jim Tranquada said privacy rules forbid releasing grades, but that Obama left in good standing.



So can Occidental legitimately claim him as an alumnus? “By all means,” said Jim Jacobs, alumni relations director. “Who wouldn’t want to claim him as an alum?” Many colleges list anyone who has studied on campus for at least a year, he said.



Obama, in his e-mail, said he is “happy to be an honorary alumnus, though my loyalties are obviously divided with Columbia, where I had a wonderful time as well.”



Occidental already is linked to presidential politics through Jack Kemp, class of 1957. The former pro quarterback and Republican congressman ran for president in 1988 and was a vice presidential candidate in 1996.



Current students are aware that Obama once was one of them, said senior Rachel Kay, a coordinator of Haines Hall, where he lived as a freshman.



“I don’t think they are more in favor of him because he went here,” Kay said. “But to have some connection is cool.”

[/break1]gordon@latimes.com]larry.gordon@latimes.com

http://articles.latimes.com/2007/jan/29/local/me-oxy29

So just WTF is Orly talking about? Oh she's nuts, I forgot...



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Although Orly's recent post said she Never told the military to disobey orders, and I showed that she had over and over again, I notice that if you click on the Action tab (under her photo) listed as: "Sign up to become a plaintiff if you are active or retired military" , the consent form STILL says:



I agree to be a plaintiff in the legal action to be filed by Orly Taitz, Esq. in a PETITION FOR A DECLARATORY JUDGEMENT THAT BARACK HUSSEIN OBAMA IS NOT QUALIFIED TO BE PRESIDENT of the U.S., nor TO BE COMMANDER IN CHIEF of the U.S. ARMED FORCES, in that I am or was a sworn member of the U.S. military (subject to recall), and therefore when serving as an active member of the military, I would be unable to follow any orders given by a Constitutionally unqualified Commander In Chief, since by doing so I would be subject to charges of aiding and abetting fraud and committing acts of treason.



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Also, I notice that the coordinator for the FBI visits is Pamela Barnett. She is a plaintiff in the Lightfoot case. "6. PAMELA BARNETT, Petitioner herein, is a Registered voter in the State of California,

Captain in the US Army, temporary retired and a licensed real estate agent."



She goes by "Molly Pitcher" on Ed Hale's Board.



I see that on random boards, she now signs "Pamela Barnett, Army, Retired". I think it may have been a medical thing, but I'm not sure. I saw she was requesting "info about my deployments and I have a medical board hearing on Tuesday.

Respectfully,

CPT Pamela Barnett,

Former Frontline Editor and Soldier of HHC, 3rd ID

Pamela Barnett"



Also, she has referred to herself "As a disabled Army veteran..."





She is also a California realtor for Bear Valley Real Estate [edited. that is not correct.] That's why the email address is [/break1]com]pb_realestate@yahoo.com.



She used to be a regular on the Plain's Radio forum (Ed Hale's place) sticking up for Orly. I don't know if she is still there though. Looks like that place is all but shut down. Unless Ed provides it for free, nobody is going to pay $10/month.



She also goes by Barnieca, and is looking to write a book:



Also, I am looking for someone in Sacramento to colaborate on an Obama book with. If interested email me at [/break1]com]pb_realestate@yahoo.com."

-> Posted by Barnieca / Dec 01, 2008



In her heartfelt open letter to McCain, on Orly's board she says she is:



I am a 55yr old Viet-nam vet, and I have thought of you as a true American Hero for many years and it is now, with an aching heart, that I write to you.



She is very involved in Orly's blog.

"...A number of people have agreed about the need to sanction the media for their indicensy in manipulating and twisting the truth about Obama's lack of eligibility. A number of people want to write open letters to FCC. Please let me know who wants to be involved in this project? If you do, please contact Ms. Pamela Barnett, she is spearheading this project. [/break1]com]bp_realestate@yahoo.com".



Are these the same folks who are worrying about the "fairness doctrine".





some random quotes:



at the freeper board:



Reid Plans to Seat Franken; GOP Furious

12/31/2008 8:36:09 PM · 62 of 104

barnieca to MplsSteve



Dueling should be legal. Coleman should take out both of those criminals..



I am furious over this potential theft of Senate seat. The people in that state better demand a run-off instead of criminal Reid stealing the election.





New Video explains Natural born citizen, and why Obama is NOT and should NOT be sworn in as POTUS

12/31/2008 11:03:20 PM · 29 of 94

barnieca to mlo



Prove the video is wrong... I look at facts and case law, not at unprofessional biased opinions.





Supreme Court to take up eligibility question again

1/6/2009 8:11:26 PM · 57 of 327

barnieca to Non-Sequitur



This case is not “ripe” until Obama is confirmed by the Senate, that is why they hopefully have not taken it. The court is supposed to be the venue of last resort. They can’t legitimately step in until the “crime” is actually committed.





From Hotmail Live, Jan. 12, 2009:

barnieca:



I didn't log in for about 4-6 months and when I came back I could sign in but all of my emails were gone.



I need them back immediately because I need a few for a legal case. < removed> @hotmail.com



please correct immediately hotmail.



uh, ohhh.





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Disabled Vet - Barnieca

United States |

#51

Nov 2, 2008



A vote for personal freedom is a vote for McCain.



Obama wants to tell you when you are making too much money. He's a socialist/communist. Socialism doesn't work. Take a look at Hugo Chavez and Venezuela, they can't keep the lights on there. Castro's healthcare is a joke.



Please check out my favorites on my youtube channel barnieca to see many videos on Obama that the MSM fails to show Americans.







This was on one of Patrick's updates over at YTD:



"Re: 02-04-2009 discussions

by Jimmy The C on Yesterday, 19:24





To barnieca,

We don't discuss evidence here. That is up to Mr. Berg and his legal team.



I'm suspicious whenever a "newbee" comes in here wanting evidence info. Why do you need it?"



She was on OC asking about evidence? Hard to believe OC wouldn't accept her? She's on all the right boards.



At Lan Lamphere's place:



barnieca | Nov 20, 2008 | Reply



You have to remember the difference between a “citizen” and a “natural born citizen”.



Donofrio Lawsuit to get facts and arguments-

[/break1]blogtext.org/naturalborncitizen/]http://www.blogtext.org/naturalborncitizen/



Well researched articles regarding natural born allegiance.



With these interpretations that were done in July of this year, I would say that the Supreme Court would not be doing their jobs if they did NOT agree with Donofrio and find that Obama is NOT a natural born citizen.



[/break1]wordpress.com/2008/07/25/divided-loyalties-pt-1/]http://texasdarlin.wordpress.com/2008/0 ... ties-pt-1/

[/break1]wordpress.com/2008/07/25/divided-loyalties-pt-2/]http://texasdarlin.wordpress.com/2008/0 ... ties-pt-2/



barnieca | Nov 18, 2008 | Reply



I agree, the most important things to boycott are all of the national news stations and most of the newspapers.



At camerafound.com:



barnieca Post subject: Reward Panasonic FZ7, and camera case May 2007 in Illinois

Posted: Wed Jul 30, 2008 6:13 am



Lost somewhere between Cisne, IL, and Midway Airport.



Small black camera case contained Panasonic Lumix DMC-FZ7 and Digital Canon Camcorder.



The case also had a ruby ring and a saphire ring (with multi-colored saphires) that my dead grandmother had given me.



The camera had pictures of my grandmother. It would mean so much to me if you have these items and return them to me. I can offer $700 with no questions asked.



who knows?



This one at Texas Darlin's is odd:



on November 17, 2008 at 4:44 am

barnieca



Great opinion. I agree with Dr. Kate that Chief Justice Roberts would not swear in Obama as POTUS unless he knew for sure that he was Constitutionally qualified. Chief Roberts was one of the best things that Pres. Bush did besides keeping America safe after 911. We have to protect our Constitution.



BTW, please assist with getting lawsuits filed against the Secretary of States and Democrat electors of the states Obama won. Of course you would have to get either Alan keys to agree to be the plaintiff or maybe one of the other Presidential candidates. See if you can find Constitutional attorneys to work on this pro bono if possible...





on November 16, 2008 at 8:51 pm

barnieca



I was in contact with Mr. Gary Kreep before the election to ask him if he could start a lawsuit against Obama before the election and he said he could not do so, because it would appear partisan and he could lose his non-profit status.



I called and emailed Gary Kreep last week and he was getting ready to file the lawsuit with Mr. Keys as the plaintiff to ensure the lawsuit met the standing requirement...



LATimes: Gays - sue to get equal rights under the law - but NOT marriage and you will win every time.

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I see that on random boards, she now signs "Pamela Barnett, Army, Retired". I think it may have been a medical thing, but I'm not sure. I saw she was requesting "info about my deployments and I have a medical board hearing on Tuesday. Respectfully, CPT Pamela Barnett,Former Frontline Editor and Soldier of HHC, 3rd ID Pamela Barnett"As a West Point grad, I can assure you that nobody "retires" as a Captain unless it's for a medical disability. Would it be snotty of me to point out that "mental disability" falls in that category?


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Post by mimi » Fri Feb 13, 2009 7:15 pm



I saw this over at Dr. C's.



bogus info says:

February 13, 2009 at 11:37 am



Thought this was rather interesting regarding Orly/donations/transparency. LOL



“Earlier today a poster asked a question (for the third or fourth time) and mentioned that he had donated $$$. Here is Orly’s response:”



“You are also on my site. Paid for by me. None of your donations have paid for the you to come on here and question me.”



This was interesting too regarding donations:



“an audit may not be required depending on what kind of entity is receiving the money. If the money is going directly to individuals simply out of kindness and not with a motive to received a charitable deduction of a tax deduction, anyone could gift money up to the annual limits (without being gift-taxed)of $12,000 (in 2008) and $13,000 (in 2009) per person per year. In other words, you could give me $13,000 today and nothing more need be done. If you were to pay me for this very excellent accounting advice, I would of course have to declare your pay as income to me.”Bogus explains later that the second quote about the audit was by a CPA. Bull.



(I don't have the link to orly's site where she says it. I searched, I can't verify it.)



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Post by bogus info » Sat Feb 14, 2009 7:20 am



mimi,



Here is clarification on my post at Dr. C. I was trying to clarify that the statement about "donations" was not Orly's statement.



There were two posts at The Right Side of Life:



[/break1]therightsideoflife.com/?p=3651]http://www.therightsideoflife.com/?p=3651

WND: More TN Lawmakers Sign Up for Eligibility Lawsuit





Cymraeg says:

February 12, 2009 at 2:43 pm

Have any of the birthers asked Taitz, Berg, Martin, or any of the others who are hustling money to file on the web an audit by a CPA of the funds they have solicited? Now, I have no way of knowing if cpa books is really a CPA, do I? LOL





Sue says:

February 12, 2009 at 4:24 pm

Cymraeg,



I’m not a birther but I’d bet money they haven’t. Since these are “donations” and they aren’t actually the plaintiffs in these cases, can they request an accounting? (Orly has made me avoid the word “demand” because she uses it so much–everything is “demand, demand, demand.”)





cpabooks says:

February 12, 2009 at 6:03 pm

Cymraeg, an audit may not be required depending on what kind of entity is receiving the money. If the money is going directly to individuals simply out of kindness and not with a motive to received a charitable deduction of a tax deduction, anyone could gift money up to the annual limits (without being gift-taxed)of $12,000 (in 2008) and $13,000 (in 2009) per person per year. In other words, you could give me $13,000 today and nothing more need be done. If you were to pay me for this very excellent accounting advice, I would of course have to declare your pay as income to me.





Melanie says:

February 12, 2009 at 8:08 pm

That kind of question doesn’t go over particularly well with Orly Taitz. Earlier today a poster asked a question (for the third or fourth time) and mentioned that he had donated $$$. Here is Orly’s response:[/b]“You are also on my site. Paid for by me. None of your donations have paid for the you to come on here and question me.”



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bogus info--Melanie knows that "cpabooks" is full of sh*t. She was a tax attorney in the IRS National Office for eight years. Orly and Berg and all these other scam artists will be receiving not-so-friendly notices from the IRS if they don't report the donations as income.


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Bogus--I also suspect their respective state disciplinary boards will be looking into their fundraising practices after likely receiving many written inquiries/complaints (maybe even from respected members of the same state bar or other state bars??) letting them know that attorneys are raising money online supposedly to fund various legal cases and seemingly not within the context of a legal form non-profit or advocacy organization. Just something I suspect...



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Bogus--I also suspect their respective state disciplinary boards will be looking into their fundraising practices after likely receiving many written inquiries/complaints (maybe even from respected members of the same state bar or other state bars??) letting them know that attorneys are raising money online supposedly to fund various legal cases and seemingly not within the context of a legal form non-profit or advocacy organization. Just something I suspect... I would hope so. Allison, maybe you can tell me, do you have any idea what kind of weight a complaint to the D board from an out-of-state attorney would carry? I have a client who would more than likely be very happy to do so, and the Chief Justice of our SC is a former client and good friend, and I am sure he would be happy to craft a letter as well, if I asked. The head of our D board has already informed me that it would be a big no-no to be doing what their doing if they were practicing here, especially as a pro se plaintiff (Berg). And what about the ABA?


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BB, Allison,Aren't Orly and Berg suppose to be doing this "pro bono?" Are there some rules regarding this? Can people who make donations request a accounting? Direct me to where I might find this info. Phil on The Right Side of Life said there was "nothing evil in a profit motive." Silly me, I thought pro bono meant "no charge." While I would not think donations to cover the attorneys expenses is a problem, I kind of think trying to make a profit would be?I suspect there are many people who have sent information to the State Bar of California regarding Dr. Orly Taitz.



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Defend Our Freedoms Foundation wrote:

1. No ones donations has paid for any volunteers. Matter of fact, we pay our own expenses to be volunteers. So you are not entitled to anything.



2. The Volunteer posted right here on the blog that she was leaving DC yesterday and she would write up what happened when she was back. So it has not been days.



3. Don't you even try to put a professional service over anyone elses abilities. She stepped up because I initially PAID a service to serve the subpoenas. The DC area service STOLE my money and I'm in the middle of a dispute to get reimbursed. The volunteer felt bad and flew in from another state to help me out. No, none of your donations went to that either. These are the costs of being 'volunteers'.



You are also on my site. Paid for by me. None of your donations have paid for the you to come on here and question me. Do you think the "professional service" told her they could not serve a subpoena to the whitehouse?



[/break1]us/2009/02/10/white-house-refused-to-be-served-pleadings.aspx#comment-1808139]http://defendourfreedoms.us/2009/02/10/ ... nt-1808139



Do NOT question Orly.



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American wrote:I am very troubled by your recent lawsuit based on the January 16 Executive Order. By the terms of the EO, it applies only to "excepted service" employees (appointed civil service) and contractors. Obama is neither. Also, Sec 7(d) specifically says the Executive Order cannot be the basis for a lawsuit. My concern is that if I agree to bring a plaintiff in one of your lawsuits, that if the court finds that the case has no merit, I will be ordered to pay costs and attorneys' fees.2/2/2009 5:39 AMDefend Our Freedoms Foundation wrote:Citizen donations are covering court costs. Attorney service is donated.How much is it to file again?[/break1]us/2009/01/09/december-2008--lightfoot-v-bowen-a-new-lawsuit.aspx#comment-1770070]http://defendourfreedoms.us/2009/01/09/ ... nt-1770070



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Post by allison » Mon Feb 16, 2009 5:52 pm



I believe in fed ct it's about $300-$350 to file...



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Post by Butterfly Bilderberg » Mon Feb 16, 2009 7:36 pm



I surmise that all those donations are used to fly Orly around the country for her disastrous court appearance in the Brockhausen case, meetings with paleocon state legislators, and last-minute hand deliveries of babbling SOTUS filings. I almost (but not quite) feel sorry for Gary Kreep. He had no clue that a Pandora's box was opened when he agreed to Orly as co-counsel in Keyes v. Bowen.


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Post by LM K » Mon Feb 16, 2009 8:41 pm



Is Orly = Linda Starr?



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Post by Butterfly Bilderberg » Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:44 pm



Thanks, mari. A distance-educated lawyer who can't get a single case out of the starting gate is threatening to sue me. I'm sooooooooooooooooooooo scared. Hmmm, I think I'll go shopping for a new dress.


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Post by Jez » Tue Feb 17, 2009 12:49 pm



Thanks, mari. A distance-educated lawyer who can't get a single case out of the starting gate is threatening to sue me. I'm sooooooooooooooooooooo scared. Hmmm, I think I'll go shopping for a new dress.Go with the Pedicure. Then you can get some cute peek-toe shoes to go with the new dress.


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Post by mimi » Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:32 pm



Comedy Central did a little blurb on Orly, and they embedded the YouTube video of her explaining the issue at the Press Club appearance she made.I guess Orly didn't like that, because when I tried to play the video... it's says "We're sorry. This video is no longer available". UPDATE: tried it again, took awhile to load... finally played. What Orly? Comedy Central is National. That's what you wanted. National Press. [/break1]indecision2008.com/2009/02/17/just-when-you-thought-it-was-safe-to-believe-barack-obama-is-a-us-citizen/]http://blog.indecision2008.com/2009/02/ ... s-citizen/



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Post by Youtube-said-so » Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:45 pm



Orly is one step closer to Jon Stewart making her the laughing stock of the country..



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Post by LM K » Wed Feb 18, 2009 10:55 pm



I think we should email John Stewart and have him check out PJ! We should also let Stephen Colbert know!"I'm ready for my camara shot....."



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Post by mimi » Wed Feb 18, 2009 11:12 pm



She's getting some coverage... just not the kind she wants.PoliticalAnimal, Washington Monthly blog, says:BEYOND PARODY.... Over the weekend, "Saturday Night Live" had a skit showing Republican officials scheming against President Obama. The GOP, of course, was made to look ridiculous -- mocking the president's substantive answers to questions, arguing over whether Limbaugh or Hannity is the "smartest man in America," and debating whether they should pursue impeachment now or in April.As is often the case, the line between Republican satire and Republican reality is often blurred -- some of the president's GOP detractors really are nuts. (via Mahablog)Four Tennessee state representatives, all Republicans, have signed up to be plaintiffs in a lawsuit against President Barack Obama, aimed at forcing him to prove he is a United States citizen by coughing up his birth certificate. Let me just say what all the world is now thinking, including their fellow Republicans on the Hill: This is dumber than a box of rocks.Tennessee Reps. Eric Swafford, Stacey Campfield, Glen Casada and Frank Nicely now have a giant "G" on their foreheads for "Gullible." The four were so willing to drink the craziest flavor of Kool-Aid, they've gotten themselves caught up in a national urban legend that has been thoroughly debunked.What's next? A resolution honoring the Easter Bunny for doing such a great job with the annual colored egg delivery system? A proposed law asking these four to prove they have a brain?Apparently, some yahoo in California is filing another lawsuit challenging Obama's presidential eligibility. Some Republican lawmakers in the Volunteer State, including the GOP caucus chairman of the Tennessee House, are using their positions to not only endorse the baseless case, but also pledging to be plaintiffs in the litigation.It seems a little early in Obama's presidency to see Republicans become this deranged. I shudder to think how unhinged they'll be in, say, a year.[/break1]washingtonmonthly.com/archives/individual/2009_02/016910.php]http://www.washingtonmonthly.com/archiv ... 016910.phpMahablog has embedded the SNL video on their site. It doesn't showcase any of the current conspiracies. But... it's funny.[/break1]mahablog.com/2009/02/16/i-bet-they-have-secret-handshakes-too/]http://www.mahablog.com/2009/02/16/i-be ... hakes-too/Ackroyd used to do a killer Julia Child impersonation. I'd love to see him do Orly.



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Post by LM K » Wed Feb 18, 2009 11:22 pm



That SNL clip is hilarious!



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