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Birthers think all blacks look alike

October 3rd, 2009 No comments
AG Holder

Eric Holder

In a remarkable legal brief, Attorney Taitz, included this affidavit:

BEFORE ME, the undersigned Notary, Lamar Rozier
on this 26th day of September, 2009, personally appeared Robert D. Douglas, known to me to be a credible person and of lawful age, who being by me first duly sown on his oath deposes and says:

On the day of he hearing for Major Stephan Cook before Federal Judge Clay D. Land, Columbus, Ga., my wife, my wife’s sister, her husband and I had entered the little coffee shop directly across from the Court House while waiting for the doors to open to the public. I was sitting in the small seating area, set aside for their customers, while facing and looking directly at the entrance to the shop. All persons entering had to pass withing 8-10 feet from where I was sitting.

NOT Eric Holder

NOT Eric Holder

I looked up and immediately recognized an individual entering and approaching the serving counter, due to his well known TV displayed distinguishing features: his trim upper lip mustache, not large of stature and general olive complexion. I knew instantly it was non[e] other than Eric Holder, the current Attorney General of the United States. I called this to the attention of those present and all agreed it appeared to be who I readily recognized. He entered unguarded, no accompanying entourage and probably thought he would not be recognized.

Not Eric Holder

Not Eric Holder either

Red flags went up immediately in my mind and the questions remain, as yet. Why does the Attorney General of the United States need to be present in an obscure hearing well of his beaten path? Could it possible be, since Holder did not present himself in open court, he may have had a little “whisper in the ear” to a Federal Judge in order to bias his judicial vision and adhere to the President’s agenda of obstruction?

Only Judge Clay D. Land can answer those question.

Robert D. Douglas

What’s the problem? The hearing in question was in Georgia on July 16th. Holder was in California on that day. I guess to birthers all blacks look alike.

Phil did what????

September 23rd, 2009 2 comments

The nutty nobot blog, Repubx.com, reports an odd story. It says that Phil Berg has subpoenaed the Kenyan Ambassador for Obama’s birth certificate. Repubx even has pictures of the HANDWRITTEN subpoena. (What’s wrong Phil, you have to hock your typewriter?)

I’m not a lawyer (I did finally learn that there is no “u” in attorney), but I thought Berg’s cases were filed in Pennsylvania. So why is this subpoena coming out of California? Did the Third Circuit run out of blank subpoena forms? Given that Berg knows more lawyering than certain other nobot lawyers, maybe this is actually right.

But Phil, Phil, Phil. You can’t subpoena a foreign ambassador! It is just not done. Why didn’t you subpoena the North Koreans for their nuclear plans — get something USEFUL. It won’t work. You need one of those rogatory thingies.

So what’s going to happen (pick one)?

  1. The ambassador will ignore the subpoena (most likely)
  2. The ambassador’s legal counsel will ask the court to quash the subpoena (which they will)
  3. The ambassador will reply to the subpoena that President Obama was not born in Kenya and that there is no birth certificate, which will convince the birthers that Obama was born in Kenya–as evidenced by the coverup.

I wonder if this isn’t a hoax. It’s too nutty to be true. And who is this “Private Attorney General” clown Paul Mitchell?

Birthers eat their young

September 21st, 2009 No comments

This was a saying about Republicans, made a few years ago. It refers to a group turning against its own members. The first big crack in birther unity was the Liberi v Taitz lawsuit, involving a long list of birthers including Phil Berg, Orly Taitz and Ed Hale (Plains Radio).

Then there was the open feud between Orly Taitz and Gary Kreep that surfaced in court in the Barnett (Keyes) v. Obama case in California.

Now Orly’s helpers and witnesses in Barnett say Orly asked them to lie. The article is reported at RenewAmerica.com in the article, Orly Taitz accused of suborning perjury for Barnett v. Obama — updated including affidavit, etc.

Larry Sinclair (anti-Obama smear author) says:

Later today I will be faxing to the United States District Court in Santa Ana, California as well as to the U.S. Attorney’s Office an Affidavit informing Judge Carter that on September 7, 2009 Orly Taitz did knowingly and intentionally ask me to appear before his Court on September 8, 2009 and give knowingly false testimony for the purpose of obtaining “expedited discovery,” and to gain publicity for my book.

It’s really not a question of Sinclair’s word against Taitz. They are ALL frauds, but I just admit there is a certain satisfaction that these fear mongers and propagandists have turned on themselves; they deserve it.

Second complaint filed with California Bar

September 20th, 2009 No comments

A second complaint has been filed with the California Bar against correspondence school attorney Orly Taitz, leading to speculation that California will reconsider its practice of licensing attorneys who have not attended an accredited law school.

TPMMuckraker reports that professor Subodh Chandra, who practices in Ohio and is also an inactive member of the California bar, has filed a formal complaint against Taitz.  California bar rules require attorneys to exhibit respect for the courts. I guess calling Judge Land in Florida a “traitor” and a “regime puppet” goes beyond proper respect for the court.

A more detailed complaint was filed anonymously by another lawyer last April. I hope they act soon. Orly Taitz is a danger to herself and others.