Sunday, April 18, 2010

Orly’s Next Line Attack; “Sexual Discrimination”?

On “The Betrayal"  , it shows a post, I suppose is from Orly, with another cry for help from her flying monkeys. If it is from Orly, this is the first I’ve seen of her mentioning Judge Lamberth’s dismissal of her QW.

The post says:

”I need all of you to help me fight my client, captain Connie Rhodes , flight surgeon in Iraq.

When military revoked deployment orders for Major Cook and Lt. Col Lakin, it became clear that the top brass of the military knows that Obama is illegitimate for US presidency.

While the deployment orders were revoked for Major Cook and Lt. Captain Lakin, my client Captain Connie Rhodes and I were harassed and intimidated because we are women. Judge Land has harassed Connie with costs of trial and cost of paying for 3 attorneys that the department of Justice and military brought, she was threatened court martial and was shipped to Iraq. I was hit with $20,000 sanctions. I could not find her for half a year. We have a perfect case for discrimination and violation of our civil rights under the color of authority. This will open the Pandora’s box and we will be able to get Obama’s documents.Judge Lamberth came with the same decision-no standing. I have only one week to file a motion for reconsideration. I need to file with Connie as an addi tional plaintiff. Please help me find Connie. She is a flight surgeon in Iraq. Please, relate to her that the orders of another flight surgeon, a man, LT Col Terry Lakin, were revoked, while she was subjected to discrimination and harassment, and intimidation. Hurry, we have very little time.”

So it appears that within a week she will be swapping out “Treasonous Obot aiding and abetting”, with Violation of civil rights and sexual discrimination. Okay, that’s a little different. Her logic however, has not seemed to change course at all. She claims:

“When military revoked deployment orders for Major Cook and Lt. Col Lakin, it became clear that the top brass of the military knows that Obama is illegitimate for US presidency.”

Well, clear to her maybe. Okay, lets look at this; Major Cook’s was a reservist, not active duty. On May 8th 2009 he sent a “request to volunteer” to his command to go to Afghanistan, 5 months after Obama took office. With his request granted orders were cut on 6/9/09 for him to deploy on 7/15/09.

Any reservist who volunteers for an assignment has the right to rescind that request and have the orders revoked up until the scheduled day of deployment, in his case that would have been 7/15/09. The week before that date on 7/ 8/09 he and Orly Taitz filed a restraining order in federal court to avoid this deployment on grounds that Obama was ineligible.

So by filing that law suite he pretty much stated he wanted his orders revoked, which by rights he still had a week to do anyway and he didn’t even need to give a reason. So of course the army cancelled his orders, and considered his “reasons” his own business and had nothing to do with the price of tea in china as far as they were concerned. WTF did he expect?

As for Lt. Col Lakin, his fate is yet to be determined, but it does not look good. Politico’s Jen DiMascio reported on 4/16/10:

“Lakin will be assigned to duty at Walter Reed Medical Center in Washington, pending an investigation into whether he violated two provisions of the Uniformed Code of Military Justice, said Army spokesman George Wright: missing the movement of a unit and violating an order.

Lakin’s brigade commander, Col. Gordon Roberts, read Lakin his Miranda rights and said the doctor was “about to be charged with serious crimes,” according to a press release from the American Patriot Foundation, a birther group coordinating Lakin’s legal defense fund.”

So it appears that other Birthers know this, even if Orly doesn’t. As for Connie Rhodes, well… Here is the letter Connie sent to Judge Land in September 09:

RHODES v MacDONALD - 18 - Letter from plaintiff Connie Rhodes regarding withdrawal of motion to stay - Gov....

Even if Orly finds her, she’s not going to be much help. It also seems that there is nothing that will ever get it through Orly’s peroxide barrier that the $20,000 sanctions against her by Judge Land was her OWN friggin fault!

Her desperate plea:

“Hurry, we have very little time.”

It will be interesting to see how she warps all this into her next court filing.

Stay tuned for the next exciting episode of “The Crazy Daze Of Tin Foil Taitz”, or have we finally entered “The Desperate Daze Phase”?

17 comments:

  1. Global Village IdiotApril 18, 2010 at 12:17 PM

    One vote for the 'Desperate Daze Phaze Of Tin Foil Taitz'.

    No offense to the excellent Piers Anthony 'Blue Adept' series of books.

    Anyone here know the melting temperature of tin foil?

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  2. Tin foil melts at 1200 degrees F.

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  3. ”I need all of you to help me fight my client, captain Connie Rhodes , flight surgeon in Iraq."?

    FIGHT? Ooooops! A very valid freudan slip.

    Orly does not intend to team up with Connie Rhodes. She wants Dr. Rhodes to be bombarded with e-mails and letters to get her motivated to push for that complaints with the California Bar or for Dr. Rhodes to sue her. My analogy may sound crazy but Dr. Rhodes reaction will keep Orly in the limelight.

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  4. Considering that Rhodes sent that letter to Judge Land, I’m sure it was included in the complaint he forwarded to the CA Bar. So they are probably already aware of it as part of his complaint.

    But you’re right about her tactics in having Rhodes bombarded with whatever her flying monkeys can muster to throw at her. “SOMO” (Standard Orly M/O)

    I wonder if Orly would melt if someone splashed water on her??? (LOL!)

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  5. The people at Politijab probably are wondering about some of the messages that Orly is getting. It could be that they're coming from me posting with a fake name and email address. There's nothing like getting Orly all rowled up as long as you know what she's interested in 'knowing'. She may have gotten the idea that Lakin had his orders recinded from me. It is also possible that I told her that Politijab people were committing hate crimes against her. It's fun to stick something into the hornets nest from time to time.

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  6. Anonymous, You're so bad! ha ha ha ha ha Good for Orly, I'm sure that she grabbed your suggestions hook line and sinker. I don't even believe that she researches her ideas.

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  7. Anonymous, I dub you OP for “Orly Prankster”, you evil child. (LOL, sorry I didn’t think of that myself!) But I must say it does prove that she jumps on anything that anyone throws at her without even a second thought! When on the other hand she refuses to acknowledge anything truly legitimate like Obama’s Hawaiian BC. What a putz!

    Okay, now make yourself up a screen name of OP so we know who you are!

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  8. Orly's interpretive skills are 2nd to none. The military didn't "rescind" Cook's orders. As you noted, Cook rescinded his own voluntary deployment.

    The military also didn't "rescind" Lakin's orders. His deployment was cancelled as a result of his being arrested and given his Article 31 rights in preparation for an Article 32 hearing and probable courts-martial. It would not be in the interest of good discipline and order to send a Blue Falcon into enemy territory with troops who don't know if they can trust him to do anything because of his crazy beliefs, and keeping him in DC makes it easier to prosecute him. His reassignment to Walter Reed Hospital is simply a formality to keep him in the area - his access to the hospital has been revoked.

    As for Rhodes, after her initial suit was dismissed for lack of standing, it appeared she recognized the error of her ways (especially after the court made it clear that it was taking notice of her being perfectly ok following state-side orders, just not ones sending her overseas) and made her own decision to deploy with her contingent as ordered.

    So - except for the fact that we're talking about Orly - I don't see any kind of sexism going on here. The military didn't back down in any of these cases, and they didn't concede anything, either. The differences in outcome in the three cases is due directly to the different choices the soldiers in question made. One volunteer exercised his right to "un"volunteer, one active duty soldier decided against following through on her threat to disobey orders and the third did carry through on his threat to refuse to deploy and is now facing whatever penalties the military courts decide are appropriate. Orly is just as obtuse and clueless as ever.

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  9. Right you are thorswitch, there is no more validity to her claim of sexism as there is to her claims of Obama’s illegitimacy. She just keeps digging deeper and deeper, and I think she’s not far from the bottom now, but you watch, there is no telling what she’ll come up with on this one. As you said, we “are” talking about Orly here. And to give all dogs their due, (as my mother use to say, may she RIP) Orly’s entertainment value is priceless!

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  10. Gee, thanks "Anonymous" - I hear that along with suggesting that Politijab might be committing "hate crimes" against Orly that you also asked why she hadn't tried to shut the site down with a suit? I sure as hell hope she doesn't take that suggesting seriously. Even though a suit wouldn't ever go anywhere, just being sued usually ends up generating costs, and the people who run the site don't need - or deserve - that. Heckuva job, Anony.

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  11. Oh, come on thorswitch. Orly has threatened many times to sue for hate crimes against Politijab and many other websites. Seriously, do you think she'll do it? She has thought she could sue all of the commenters at OC Weekly for writing terrible things about her. Do you think that would ever be possible?

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  12. I hope not, Anon, but forgive me if I'm a bit protective of my friends there. They're good people and don't deserve to get screwed over by a vindictive bitch. I, personally, haven't seen or heard any threats from Orly to sue PJ - I've seen posts where she complains about websites in general and wants people to call the FCC to complain when network news or mainstream papers don't cover her the way she wants, but if she's been threatening to sue blogs, I've missed that. I just don't want anyone giving her ideas, ok? :)

    Oh, and I think Orly can find a way to file a suit about anything she wants to. Whether it'll go anywhere is a whole different matter, but it's still a hassle for the party on the other side of it.

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  13. Not being an attorney but having many attorney friends, if Orly were to file suit against Politijab or any other website, they've covered their butts through disclaimers. Quite similar to the disclaimer that Orly finally put on her website regarding the veracity of articles on her website - though Orly would have a much tougher time defending such since she has to approve every post.

    Orly is too obsessed with Obama to do anything else at this time. Not to say she wouldn't eventually include Politijab and the other websites in her RICO that she keeps writing about putting together.

    Most of what she's doing at her website today is to regain support she's losing because of her recent loss. She's losing support on her Facebook Fans of Orly Taitz because she didn't report her loss and then changed the settings so no one could post on the wall since there were people posting links to the ruling by Lamberth.

    In closing, I just find it beyond belief the way this woman thinks. With her calling on her flying monkeys to report news organizations to the FCC for not reporting 'truthful information' and such. However, I'll tone down any remarks I may make at her website. If they're critical, they never get posted. If they have praise or they're supportive, then they get posted.

    BTW, there's a comment I left a week or so ago that I took off a line from the movie So I Married an Axe Murder. Orly was complaining about wikipedia and I posted this:

    Well it figures.

    It's a well known fact that there's a secret society of the five wealthiest people in the world, known as The Pentavirate, who run everything in the world, including the newspapers, and meet tri-annually at a secret country mansion in Colorado, known as The Meadows.

    Members include The Queen, The Vatican, The Gettys, The Rothschilds, and Colonel Sanders before he died. Oh, I hated the Colonel with is wee beady eyes, and that smug look on his face. "Oh, you're gonna buy my chicken! Ohhhhh!"

    I can't believe she allowed the comment.

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  14. Global; Village IdiotApril 19, 2010 at 11:40 AM

    What is the frequency of the secret addictive chemical ingredient that makes ye crave it fortnightly, Kenneth?

    Priceless.

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  15. The simpleton Birthers along with the Tea baggers are the same whiners that were crying when the McCain/Bailin ticket lost. Now that their yelling and screaming failed to stop the health care debate and the bill from passing they are crying again. Let’s face it the Republicans had eight years to deal with health care, immigration, climate change and financial oversight and governance and they failed. The Republicans are good at starting wars (two in eight years, with fat contracts to friends of Cheney/Bush) but not at winning wars as seen by the continuing line of body bags that keep coming home. Instead of participating in the health care debate of ideas the Republicans party turned inward to their old fashion obstructionist party (and their Confederacy roots). In my opinion the Republican Waterloo loss was caused by the party allowing a small portions (but very loud) of the republican party of “birthers, baggers and blowhards” to take over their party. I will admit that this fringe is very good at playing “Follow the Leader” by listening to their dullard leaders, Beck, Hedgecock, Hannity, O’Reilly, Rush, Savage, Sarah Bailin, Orly Taitz, Victoria Jackson, Michele Bachmann and the rest of the Blowhards and acting as ill programmed robots (they have already acted against doctors that perform abortions). The Birthers and the Tea party crowd think they can scare, intimidate and force others to go along with them by comments like “This time we came unarmed”, let me tell you something not all ex-military join the fringe militia crazies who don’t pay taxes and run around with face paint in the parks playing commando, the majority are mature and understand that the world is more complicated and grey than the black and white that these simpleton make it out to be and that my friend is the point. The world is complicated and people like Hamilton, Lincoln, and Roosevelt believed that we should use government a little to increase social mobility, now it’s about dancing around the claim of government is the problem. The sainted Reagan passed the biggest tax increase in American history and as a result federal employment increased, but facts are lost when mired in mysticism and superstition. Although some Republicans are trying to distant themselves from this fringe most of them, having no game plan/ vision for our country, are just going along and fanning the flames. For a party that gave us Abraham Lincoln, it is tragic that the ranks are filled with too many empty suits. But they now claim they have changed, come on, what sucker is going to believe that? All I can say to you is remember Waterloo.

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  16. Dr. Orly seems to be taking a page from the PUMA known as Jennifer "Jenni4Hillary" Beagle - when in doubt, scream "sexism" as the excuse for why Dr. Orly has failed in the courts (and ignore the fact she's stealth batshit insane)

    Only in Orlyverse is the reporting of facts called hate crimes. And wow, I've been calling her insane, a nitrous addict, and have said rats were infesting her brain since her appearance at the National Press Club, and I don't get any threats of a lawsuit from her or her Cavity Creeps. I has a sad. :-(

    I am SO waiting for her Motion to Reconsider. Wonder if she'll use her motion to Judge Land as a template.

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  17. In Orly’s mind anyone that does not see her in the same way she sees herself is guilty of a hate crime.

    Don’t worry Patrick, your sad :-( will be probably be laughing it’s ass off when she does file her Motion to Reconsider.

    I think Judge Lamberth really hit her where it hurts referring to her “quixotic” attempt to prove Obama is not a NBC, and his reference to her running around tilting windmills. I think she’s fuming like a pressure cooker that’s ready to blow. Judge Lamberth didn’t just slap down her NBC claims, he punched them right in the nose and that seems to have knocked the wind out of her. She has hardly said a word about it.

    And as Anonymous pointed out, she is also losing a lot of her followers; her monkeys are all flying away. But she will never admit defeat and she’s not going to give up come hell or high water. How could she possibly survive without the constant gushing praise she gets from her minions? She has to do something drastic to survive and get all her monkeys back.

    There is no telling what she will put in that motion but I’d guess it will make the one she fired off at Land seem rather mild. We’ll find out soon enough, because she only has until Sunday to do it.

    Keep the popcorn handy and the beer cold!

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