Friday, June 18, 2010

Orly’s Take On The “Rise Of The New Right” Documentary

Chris Matthews hosted this documentary that aired Wednesday June 16th 2010, Orly is mentioned briefly in part 2.

On June 17th Orly posted the following:

“Usually Usually I don’t have time to watch TV and watch only clips that my supporters send to me, but my husband and I watched this documentary and we thought it was done better than the usual deranged rants of Chris Matthews, Rachel Maddow and Chris Olbermann.”

(I don’t even have TV, but could not imagine relying on birfer “clips” for actual facts about anything. Of course “actual facts” about anything are irrelevant to Orly.)

“Maybe the reason was, that it was done by NBC and not MSNBC, maybe NBC has a little better standard of reporting, however they did not explain many points, that should have been explained. I sat for a 2 hour hour interview with Kate Henson, producer of the program. I explained to her that the meaning of “Natural born citizen” was never examined in court and there was never a judicial determination of that meaning. I explained that in Hawaii statute 338-17 allows foreign born children of Hawaiian residents to get HI birth certificate and 338-5 allows one to get a birth certificate based on a statement of one relative only, without any corroborating evidence from any hospital, therefore we need to see the original on file. I explained that according to top investigators, including top deportation officer of department of Homeland Security, SSN 042-68-xxxx which is used today by Obama. was issued to another individual in CT. I explained all of these points, yet they did not include them in the interview.”

(She just loves posting that SS#. And again, actual facts… irrelevant.)

“For example, they showed the blip, where I said “we can have him out in 30 days”, but didn’t explain the contest, why and when it was said. They didn’t explain, that this statement was made after I showed people at the rally a Court order from Judge Carter in CA, stating that we can start early discovery, that the case is going to trial and the trial was set for January 26.”

(Actually he never ordered any such thing. The case was, through natural process just put on the docket, and as usual, Orly jumped the gun.)

“2 weeks later Obama was able to place Sidharth Velamoor, attorney from his defence firm Perkins Coie (Robert Bauer’s defence firm) as a clerk for that judge, and the judge made a 180 degrees turn and suddenly decided that he no longer has jurisdiction. This should have been investigated for public corruption by the judicial ethics committee and a special prosecutor should have investigated actions of both Carter and Judge Clay D Land in GA, who used his robe, his position, to try to intimidate me, to scare me into dropping my legal cases aimed at exposing Obama.”

(She still believes Obama’s whole world hangs in fear on every breath she takes and he has nothing more important to do than to conspire against her. When in truth she is probably no more a bother to him then a pesky fly at a picnic. It’s also mind boggling how it is that she believes her correspondence law degree from an unaccredited on line school gives her so much more knowledge of everything legal than any piss-ant judge or any other legal authority that actually went to real law school.)

“Well, many movements were denigrated to begin with: suffrage movement, civil rights movement of the 60s, anti apartheid movement. The movement that I am leading is denigrated as well. My goal is to expose the enormous corruption, that caused us to have a man in the White House, who is sitting there without a valid Social Security number of his own, without a valid long form birth certificate signed by a doctor or a hospital. I know that I am doing the right thing. If this fraud is allowed to go on, anything is possible, anything can be done to us. Currently Chief judge of the US District court for the District of Columbia, Royce Lambeth, has my pleadings under submission, I hope he will order discovery soon.”

(Actually I think her real goal is to feed her all consuming publicity addiction.)

“I am fighting on a number of fronts. I know, I will win. I have to win, we all have to win against this unbelievable corruption, unbelievable arogance and lawlessness. This Nation is on a downward spiral. With 1.5 trillion dollars of debt incurred by Obama in just one year, as he was sending billions to his cronies and foreign banks, we all will end up bankrupt, if we don’t draw a line in the sand. If not now, when? If not here, where?”

(Right, she “knows” she’ll win, even though she has a proven track record of a 100% loser.)

“Draw the line in the sand”? Could that be her subtle call for the flying monkeys to make ready for armed rebellion against the government again? With all these other raging right winged lunatics all stirring the crazy pot and waiting for someone to make the first move, maybe Orly thinks she (or one of her devoted followers) should be the one to move first. She certainly can’t let anyone else can get publicity that should rightfully be hers. After all she is “Lady Liberty” and intends someday to be listed as such in the history books.

The question is who will make that move. These people are stirring up a storm in that crazy pot, and any one of those dimwits out there could get caught in the whirl. Some are not only dangerous, they’re armed and stockpiling ammo. There is truly no telling what could happen, or what they might do.

(BTW, I Goggled “Orly Taitz” (with quotation marks) and got 699,000 results, and the same with “Alvin Greene” brought 2,390,000. According to Orly logic, I guess that means Alvin has 1,691,000 more supporters than Orly does.

Speaking of Alvin Greene, I wonder why Orly hasn’t made any comment about Greene and the election in SC. (Or has she, and I just didn’t see it.) I’d have thought she would have been all over that, calling it some sort of evil Obot plot.)


  1. Global Village IdiotJune 18, 2010 at 11:47 AM

    Greetings, Mz Daisy,

    Orly has about burned out the socket holding her dim bulb - I predict that she will remain a gadfly through the 2012 elections then fade away, to be brought back briefly for the 2014 mid-terms on an expose' type program titled "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane, er, Orly Taitz".

    A tie in and segue here; true, there are a lot of loose screws out there stockpiling ammo for the wrong reasons; there are those of us who are responsible gun owners who have a couple of handguns and a couple of rifles - I keep about 300 small arms rounds 9(x19) and a little less for the 30-30 and the mini 30 hunting rifles. Not really any need for an assault type rifle or any exotic handguns.

    I try to practice at least once a month, maybe 40-50 rounds just to stay sharp. And I never discharge a weapon recklessly, which segues nicely into Ala-fucking-bama Dale Petersons latest campaign ad, found here:

    Now I believe that all folks have the right to arm themselves, provided they are responsible gun owners; Peterson does not seem to possess the requisite responsibility.

    Just glad he didn't get the nomination.....

  2. I agree Global, I am a gun owner as well. I have a handgun (22 semi-auto) and a shotgun (12 gauge). We live in a very rural area, and sometimes things around here need to be shot. Crazy skunks, ground hogs, fox and big fucking snakes. (I hate snakes!) There is noting wrong with owning guns, though I do question some people's reasoning about them.

  3. It'd be nice to see Orly go into full meltdown mode. Unfortunately, I don't think we're ever going to get that for of entertainment from her. Orly Taitz. The only person I know that gets relevance from the number of hits for her name from the results of a search engine. She thinks her message is getting out without actually reading the info on all of those pages where the majority of them are saying she's crazy.

    I am a gun owner. What I don't quite understand is the need of certain gun owners to have AK 47's and other automatic rifles - other than they become an extension to their penises and/or egos. If you use a firearm for target shooting or hunting, then there's no need to fire a barrage of rounds. Who hunts deer with a machine gun?

    Peterson's recent commercial shows him firing his rifle in the air. I guess in a rural area that is relatively safe. Just hope there wasn't anyone standing in the area where the bullet eventually came down.

  4. Global Village IdiotJune 19, 2010 at 6:46 AM

    A/P, my point exactly with Petersons recklessness -it is not 'relatively safe' just because it is rural any more than it is ok to fire in the air in an urban environment. As for AK 47's and the like that is the price we responsible gun owners pay for our security - I cannot and will not force a ceiling on what someone can possess. A floor to be certain, Second Amendment on its basic premise. When there are regulations and laws in place limiting our rights and freedoms those goalposts will continue to creep more stringently together.

    The whack jobs can keep their arsenals if that is the price for me to keep my hardware for hunting, varmints and security.

    Mayhaps it is some vast, right wing conspiracy involving Dale, a flux capacitor and Eric Cantors window. Although last I checked Shaky J. Fox was a Democrat...

    Yes Mz Daisy, I too am rural but have always had a need for a handgun and a long rifle - deer hunting and varmint woodchucks in Michigan,
    Opossums and raccoons in Florida, and lately I feel like Bill Murray in 'Caddyshack' what with the ground hog making a fool of me here in the Blue Ridge.

    By the by Mz Daisy, nearly all snakes are beneficial in keeping down the rodent population and do not seek out humans contrary to the anemic squitter out of Hollywood and the bible.

    Good tie in to Touchdown Jeebus having a fuss with his old man in Ohio here (kids always fight with their parents, right?):

    "He is Resin"

  5. A/P, I’d have to disagree on not getting to see Orly go into full meltdown. I believe that sooner or later she will do exactly that.

    Global, it’s true that snakes are beneficial, however in addition to eating rodents, they also eat all the eggs, and once I found a “huge” black snake in the chicken run eating a full grown chicken!

    Granted, we no longer have chickens, but I still hate snakes. (And spiders!) Unfortunately we rented the guesthouse to a family of rednecks who took over the chicken run and it didn’t take long before it became a chicken slum. They had everything in there, guinea hens, turkeys, ducks, and believe it or not once even a cow!

    (Redneck logic!) The horses that used to come over from the next property and eat the grass in the horse field moved away. So our resident redneck decided to bring home a cow, (or fairly well grown calf) and put it in the horse field to munch down the grass. Unfortunately, the horse field wasn’t cow proof and the little buggar got loose. After chasing it around the Christmas tree field for several hours he finally caught it, but didn’t have a secure place to put it so he shoved in the chicken run with that menagerie of birds they had going. The birds literally “had a cow”!

    Anyway, they are all gone now, including the rednecks, but we still have snakes!

    (Ahhhh country living. Ain’t it a trip?)

    And I have sincere sympathy for you in your quest against the ground hog. I have several of those little bastards and they are digging friggin moon craters all over the place!

  6. Global Village IdiotJune 20, 2010 at 8:13 AM

    "(Ahhhh country living. Ain’t it a trip?)"

    Please, please tell me you do not have a Green Acres Zsa-Zsa accent? That would be truly Orly-esque! 'Ah lee va' anyone? Oh, the irony...

    And only the single ground hog on this end - he lives under the house and short of pouring a concrete apron with a rat wall I must wait him out as crawling around under the original portion of the house with a loaded firearm is just not worth it. Hell, I hope he discovers the garden - that would give me a clear shot!

    Orly may melt down based on Lamberths Friday smack down, he has a history of being sharp witted and short with pretenders. Googled a picture of him, looks a bit like an older, heavier Dana Elcar (and I still maintain MacGyver was a sissy) - put him in working garb and he could pass for a rural farmer.

    I see Orly has a new pal, Amy Suskind.

    Ugh. Women can be delightful creatures, faulty 'Y' chromosome and all, but the leader of 'The New Agenda'? Double Ugh. When it comes to people I am very neutral, generally; bit of a hermit (INTJ) and do not rush to judgment or get involved in issues that do not concern me. I do however reserve the right to pontificate as all opinions are valid, we choose our own truths.

    90% of all wisdom is minding ones own business.

    I do not care if two men or two women marry - the only reason I could have to get involved in the abortion question was if it were a child I fathered - I could care less if my neighbors are black, brown, red or yellow as long as they leave me in peace - and I understand there is no difference between a D or R corporatist in the oval office, we are fucked either way.

    Corporations are not people, Money is not free speech.

    That being said Amy Suskind is a drooling idiot in the same class as Beck, Orly, Sharpton, DeMint, O'Riley, Fitzpatrick, Rove: one trick ponies all. Amy and Orly will work each other into a lather based on the blinders they each wear. Could provide good entertainment value though, I will keep an eye out.


  7. In case you haven't looked it up, the Hawaiian regs regarding birth certificates that Orly is quoting there almost (but not quite) say what she believes they do.

    §338-17: Late or altered certificate as evidence. The probative value of a “late” or “altered” certificate shall be determined by the judicial or administrative body or official before whom the certificate is offered as evidence. [L 1949, c 327, §21; RL 1955, §57-20; HRS §338-17; am L 1997, c 305, §4]

    That's a rule they had to have. Hawaiian natives used to be somewhat... relaxed about matters of paperwork, and it wasn't uncommon for Mom to give birth without a doctor, out in the hills, and not bring the baby in for months. The same issue led to

    §338-5 Compulsory registration of births. Within the time prescribed by the department of health, a certificate of every birth shall be substantially completed and filed with the local agent of the department in the district in which the birth occurred, by the administrator or designated representative of the birthing facility, or physician, or midwife, or other legally authorized person in attendance at the birth; or if not so attended, by one of the parents.

    The birth facility shall make available to the department appropriate medical records for the purpose of monitoring compliance with the provisions of this chapter. [L 1949, c 327, §9; RL 1955, §57-8; am L Sp 1959 2d, c 1, §19; HRS §338-5; am L 1988, c 149, §1]

    As long as the birfers can get that little thread of reality in their rantings, they'll never stop.

  8. Ms Daisy: just put up my 1st Blogcritics post, which was on the Matthews docu It's interesting, and hilarious, that the astroturf teabaggers are now weeding out the birthbaggers and the trutherbaggers. Orly et al are too crazy even for Dick Armey.