From Devvy Kidd
- From: Orly Taitz
- Sent: 6/4/2009 10:44:54 PM
- Subject: I am really worried
- A couple of days ago my husband’s car just suddenly went dead, he took it to the shop and they found that a fuse was missing.
- What was strange, is that they couldn’t find that fuse anywhere on the floor of the car. At the same time a warning light went on in my car.
- I was busy, I had to go to Tulsa OK. When I came back, I took the car to the mechanic. He called me today and said that there is a gasoline leak. It is dangerous, the car could’ve ignited.
- See in the attachment- a couple of e-mails from some sick people. One is talking about burning my body for the world to see.
- Look at the attachment about Catherine Smith- she died in a fiery crush under suspicious circumstances. My local FBI is doing nothing. I don’t know what to do.
- Orly Taitz DDS Esq
- From firstname.lastname@example.org
- comments.php?s=126.96.36.199&mode=detail” 188.8.131.52
- Submitted on “http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/blog1/?p=1136&cpage=1” “comment-2200″ 2009/05/17 at 1:21pm
- Did you know that if you tried your citizens arrest bullshit and tried to forcibly remove the president, I and millions of others would shoot you on spot and burn your body for the world to see???????? YOU LITTLE FUCK.
Obama’s Marxist/Socialism plans are easy to see, but what do we do about them?
The Collins Report ^ | June 5, 2009 | Kevin “Coach” Collins
Posted on Friday, June 05, 2009 9:15:18 AM by jmaroneps37
Barack Obama is dragging America into Marxism. Pravda sees it and is delighted. Here’s a little test. Who’s the “he” in these statements?
“The great masses of the people will more easily fall victims to a big lie than to a small one,” he said.
Remember: “Obama is not a Muslim.” “Obama has no connection to Acorn.” “Obama never listened to Rev. Wright.” “Obama hardly knows Bill Ayers.”
“[ Listening to him] I was carried on the wave of the enthusiasm which … bore the speaker along from sentence to sentence..”
Remember: “Yes we can!” “Hope and change!” “Things CAN’T get worse.” Obama’s mind numbed robots know nothing about him but these empty phrases and voted for him anyway saying things CAN’T get worse!
“The leader of genius must have the ability to make different opponents appear as if they belong to one category,” he said.
Doesn’t Obama’s media regularly paint us all with the same brush whenever it suits them? Didn’t we “all” kill Dr. Tiller?
“The great strength of the totalitarian state,” he once said, “is that it forces those who fear it to imitate it.”
Republicans who should be stepping forward to stop Obama, are instead cowering and nodding their empty heads chanting “me too.”
The “he” was Adolph Hitler but the subject of these chilling statements could easily be Barack Obama.
Hitler nationalized Porsche then told them to make Volkswagens, “a practical vehicle for working families.”
Obama has nationalized GM and Chrysler and he’s “telling” auto executives the kind of cars they will/won’t build or be shutdown.
Adolph Hitler was elected by weary frightened people who saw him as their only hope.
Barack Obama was elected for the same reasons.
Someone has to show us the differences between these tyrants. We’re waiting.
Muslim Messiah steps out of the shadows…..(Manchurian candidate has emerged)
Canada Free Press ^ | Thursday, June 4, 2009 | Judi McLeod
Posted on Friday, June 05, 2009 8:27:27 AM by IrishMike
Why all the pussyfooting about identifying Barack Hussein Obama for what he truly is, a despot? Now that his Muslim roots have emerged in time for Muslim Brotherhood members to attend his Cairo speech, you can make that, a Muslim despot.
Just as surely as he had his own records sealed from public view, out on the campaign trail, he snookered at least some of his voters on hidden Muslim roots.
For those who consider the despot tag too harsh, a president who works to take down his own country is a despot. This despot acts as though the United States of America is his private toy to do with as he wishes. Without much backlash, he’s already all but shredded the Constitution, and is now fluttering its confetti-like pieces on the heads of the people to whom it matters most.
“The Emergence of Obama’s Muslim roots” is tonight’s headline on the Drudge Report. Today Obama was quoted on French television boasting that America is one of the largest Muslim countries.
Obama’s handlers wrapped him in rhinestone-studded gift wrap and passed him off as the Beatles and Elvis Presley rolled into one. “The Messiah” and “King of the World” are only two of his nicknames.
Obama is only a Robert Mugabe with charisma But for all of their hype, Obama is only a Robert Mugabe with charisma.
In the past few days alone, the American president has invited Iranians to July 4th celebrations, demanded halts to Jewish construction in Jerusalem, and said it’s okay for America’s enemies to have nuclear power but not the U.S.
Posted on Thursday, June 04, 2009 3:37:05 PM by Bean Counter
If a bankruptcy judge approves the deal announced by President Barack Obama on Monday, I will have a piece of the action at General Motors. Like every other American citizen, I will have invested $170, which gets me approximately 0.000000002 percent of the company. Well, actually, my share should be considerably more since I pay federal taxes and nearly half of my fellow citizens do not, but that’s a different topic.
Had the Bush and Obama administrations not relieved me of the burden of making my own investment decisions, for the same money I could have picked up about 170 GM shares (850 for the family) last Friday. Thank goodness I didn’t.
Under the Obama plan, mere shareholders are in line for 10 percent of the equity of a restructured GM. As citizens and taxpayers we get 60 percent. But that, too, is another matter.
What I’m puzzling over is this. Under what authority did Presidents George W. Bush and Obama invest $50 billion of public money in a private company? Under what authority has Obama forced the firing of GM’s CEO, mandated the terms of bankruptcy and announced principles for “the government’s management of ownership interests in private firms?” Note that the president’s principles apply to firms, plural. Apparently, my government is looking ahead to other investments on my behalf.
I’ve read the U.S. Constitution hundreds of times over nearly four decades teaching constitutional law. I read it again this morning. I just can’t find the provision authorizing government ownership of auto companies. OK, so the commerce clause has been interpreted to authorize just about anything Congress decides to do. But that doesn’t solve my problem. Congress has not authorized the government’s takeover of GM. To the contrary, Congress declined to authorize the loans provided by Bush and Obama, and apparently Obama has no intention of seeking Congress’ approval for the pending takeover.
Senate Banking Chairman Chris Dodd told CNSNews that the administration had not consulted him about the bailout plan. House Financial Services Chairman Barney Frank said, “It’s an administration situation, so I’m not very well informed on it.” These are the top two money guys in Congress. If they don’t know what’s going on, who does? Was there talk of an imperial presidency? Oh, sorry, that was Bush.
Under the Constitution, the federal government has only enumerated powers. Congress makes the laws. The president executes them. Dodd and Frank, and even Obama, are old enough to have learned these basic principles in ninth-grade civics. If not then, at least Dodd and Obama surely learned them in law school. The president even taught constitutional law. All three took oaths to uphold the Constitution. So what’s going on with the president taking over GM without congressional authorization and without a hint of constitutional authority? Not to mention the taking of shareholder property to reward past and future United Auto Workers support.
Posted on Thursday, June 04, 2009 3:19:56 PM by bestintxas
It is too early to draw conclusions about President Obama and his administration. But so far, nothing so encapsulates the president’s approach to executive leadership than his famous rebuke to stimulus critics: “I won.”
After four months of proposals, decisions, and public statements, it seems the president believes that the 2008 election — or more to the point, his election — represents a fundamental break from the previous 232 years of our history. It’s as if he believes his victory in November was less like the election of previous presidents and more like 1789, when we ratified a new constitution.
In 2001, when Obama called the U.S. Constitution “a charter of negative liberties,” he didn’t mean it as a compliment. “It says what the states can’t do to you, says what the federal government can’t do to you. But it doesn’t say what the federal government or the state government must do on your behalf.”
Obama was wrong on that last point. Article IV of the Constitution lays out in very specific terms exactly what the federal government and state government “must do on your behalf”: for instance, the federal government must protect the states from foreign invasion or violent insurrection.
Posted on Friday, June 05, 2009 3:15:42 AM by neverdem
In the same sense that Toni Morrison claimed Bill Clinton was our first black president, Barack Obama could be thought of as another groundbreaker: our first female president. He displays every trope of femininity more than any female “who could ever be elected in our children’s lifetime” (to borrow Morrison’s phrase about Clinton).
“Men are less suited than women to the knowledge economy, which rewards supposedly female traits such as sensitivity, intuition, and a willingness to collaborate,” reports Peter Coy in Business Week. “Men have tended to do better in the hierarchies, following orders and relying on positional power.”
Do Obama’s Words Reveal His Middle East Sympathies?
Los Angeles Times ^ | June 5, 2009 | Peter Wallsten
Posted on Friday, June 05, 2009 2:21:57 AM by nickcarraway
A close examination of the speech underscores how Obama, four months into his presidency, is still introducing himself — and what he stands for — to Americans and the world.
Reporting from Washington — As a presidential candidate, Barack Obama left some fuzzy edges to his biography. He affirmed strong support for Israel but implied a strong empathy for Palestinians. His personal story played up his introduction to the black church, leaving his father’s Islamic roots in the shadows.
It was a narrative designed to ease any voter concern about Obama’s background and counter false Internet rumors that he was a Muslim.
But now, with Thursday’s speech in Cairo, Obama is laying bare more of his sympathies and inclinations in the volatile area of Middle East politics.
Obama spoke, for example, of Palestinian “resistance” — a word that can cast Israel as an illegitimate occupier. He drew parallels between Palestinians and the struggles of black Americans in slavery and of black South Africans during apartheid. Both references made some allies of Israel uneasy.
Moreover, in his defense of Israel’s legitimacy, Obama cited the Holocaust and centuries of anti-Semitism, but not the belief of some Jews that their claim to the land is rooted in the Bible and reaches back thousands of years.
A close examination of the speech underscored how Obama, four months into his presidency and five years after stepping onto the national stage, is still introducing himself — and what he stands for — to Americans and the world.
The country has come to know Obama as someone willing to face a skeptical audience — a Muslim world wary of U.S. power, abortion rights opponents at the University of Notre Dame and, during the presidential campaign, voters questioning his ties to the…