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Post by Paul Pieniezny » Fri Apr 22, 2011 11:26 pm

Personally I'm wondering why they deleted "Vote Early" but left "Vote Often"...It looks like it is not Orly doing the cleaning. Some of the offending stuff is in Russian. One Russian comment tells Brewer "I found these proofs in your dustbin, one is for a circumcision certifikate[deliberate clerical error, I think], and one for an infibulation certificate. Were you looking for those?" Another one asks Orly to show HER birth certificate. Captain Renault also makes an appearance.Nevertheless, a "Let me finish" comment by a certain Svetlana Averbukha did get deleted.



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Post by LM K » Sat Apr 23, 2011 11:10 pm

Orly…you are one of the most beautiful of prominent women in the US and certainly one of the most intelligent. That in it sself should be sufficient. BUT…on top of that you have more courage than most men, so why are you doing [[/break1]ipetitions.com/petition/recalljanbrewer/]the recall petition]?? This project is beneath you. If we must petition, let us petition as a nation to recall Obama. If we can’t do that, let’s petition to remove Pelose for not vetting him properly. Let us petition Congress to get his records. Let us do something constructive. We love you and we love Brewer. Let’s work together, not pull apart.Pat


trust me on this. [highlight]I can’t give all the details[/highlight], but there is a reason to everything, there is a strategy. A lot rides on this. This is part of the domino effect. [highlight]When time comes, I will explain in more detail[/highlight]. Just believe me, when I am saying that I would not be doing this, if it wouldn’t be extremely importantxxx-http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/?p=20774#commentsMight this be another attempt at




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Post by LM K » Sat Apr 23, 2011 11:31 pm

In three days, Orly has managed only 125 online signatures, most of which are spam and spoof.I'm sure Jan Brewer is terrified of the huge masses of supporters Orly is able to muster against her.Orly's 15 minutes of fame are over. She doesn't realize that her recent media appearances were for entertainment value only.Buh bye Orly.I signed 3 times, using previous Orly comments that were in support of Brewer..... :lol:



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Post by LM K » Sat Apr 23, 2011 11:35 pm

Brewer "needs her base" for what? I think she is termed out, as Arizona has a two-term limit on its governors.Two terms period, or two elected terms? Didn't she just get elected to her first term and before that she had succeeded to the rest of Napolitano's term? Johnson succeeded Kennedy and then was eligible for two terms of his own, but maybe Arizona is different. ( snicker)Johnson's first 14 months did not count:"or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President"Wikipedia says Arizona limits it to eight years. Next election would pass that barrier...In Oregon, Gov Kitzhaber is serving his 3rd term even though we have a 2 term limit. He was Gov in 1992-2000, the another dem served for 2 terms and then Kitzhaber ran again and won. I guess we are a two consecutive term state.



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Post by Sterngard Friegen » Sat Apr 23, 2011 11:37 pm

MichaelN also signed the petition -- so that he could post more of his legal "analysis." Even Orly won't take his b.s. posts anymore. So he has to find a a place where he can excrete post and run. :lol:



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Post by ZekeB » Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:04 am

MichaelN also signed the petition -- so that he could post more of his legal "analysis." Even Orly won't take his b.s. posts anymore. So he has to find a a place where he can excrete post and run. :lol:Isn't MichaelN some dude from down-under? Even carpetbagger O'rly Taitz, as a California resident, has no business meddling in Arizona's recall affairs. Her signature in any Arizona recall means nothing.. nada... zilch. Comes now MichealN meddling in Arizona's affairs? Really?


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Post by poutine » Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:14 am

Brewer "needs her base" for what? I think she is termed out, as Arizona has a two-term limit on its governors.Two terms period, or two elected terms? Didn't she just get elected to her first term and before that she had succeeded to the rest of Napolitano's term? Johnson succeeded Kennedy and then was eligible for two terms of his own, but maybe Arizona is different. ( snicker)Johnson's first 14 months did not count:"or acted as President, for more than two years of a term to which some other person was elected President"Wikipedia says Arizona limits it to eight years. Next election would pass that barrier...My interpretation of the Arizona constitution is that Brewer is termed out, but see what you think:1. Term limits on executive department and state officers; term lengths; election; residence and office at seat of government; duties (Version amended by 1992 Proposition 107) Section 1. A. The executive department shall consist of the governor, secretary of state, state treasurer, attorney general, and superintendent of public instruction, each of whom shall hold office for a term of four years beginning on the first Monday of January, 1971 next after the regular general election in 1970. [highlight]No member of the executive department shall hold that office for more than two consecutive terms.[/highlight] This limitation on the number of terms of consecutive service shall apply to terms of office beginning on or after January 1, 1993. [highlight]No member of the executive department after serving the maximum number of terms, which shall include any part of a term served, may serve in the same office until out of office for no less than one full term.[/highlight]



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Post by ZekeB » Sun Apr 24, 2011 12:21 am

The way I read the last sentence, poutine, is she serves one full term and a part of another term. It appears to mean even as little as one day of another term.


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Post by poutine » Sun Apr 24, 2011 1:14 am

The way I read the last sentence, poutine, is she serves one full term and a part of another term. It appears to mean even as little as one day of another term.Yep. I think the intent is to allow no more than 8 years, rather than up to 11.999 years. I found some articles referring to this being her last term, so I think this is the accepted conclusion.



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Post by RTH10260 » Sun Apr 24, 2011 1:23 am

In Oregon, Gov Kitzhaber is serving his 3rd term even though we have a 2 term limit. He was Gov in 1992-2000, the another dem served for 2 terms and then Kitzhaber ran again and won. I guess we are a two consecutive term state.Hmmm - should one recommend that LTCDR Fitzpatrick (Ret.) relocate and test cordwood conditions outside of TN :?:



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Post by chinacreekpj » Sun Apr 24, 2011 1:29 am

MichaelN also signed the petition -- so that he could post more of his legal "analysis." Even Orly won't take his b.s. posts anymore. So he has to find a a place where he can excrete post and run. :lol:Isn't MichaelN some dude from down-under? I've seen more than a few Aussie birfers, so it wouldn't surprise me. I find it interesting that I see Canadians online mostly coming out for Obama and Australians more coming out as birfers. :-k



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Post by mimi » Sun Apr 24, 2011 2:17 am

Some lawmakers and others said they don't see Brewer changing her ideology and that more likely her vetoes partly reflect that she's emboldened by winning a full term last November.Add in that term limits bar Brewer from running for re-election as governor and that she's said she won't run for Arizona's open U.S. Senate seat in 2014.[/break1]sfexaminer.com/politics/congress/2011/04/ariz-governors-vetoes-gop-bills-lift-eyebrows]http://www.sfexaminer.com/politics/cong ... t-eyebrows



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Post by rajah » Sun Apr 24, 2011 4:00 am

MichaelN also signed the petition -- so that he could post more of his legal "analysis." Even Orly won't take his b.s. posts anymore. So he has to find a a place where he can excrete post and run. :lol:Isn't MichaelN some dude from down-under? I've seen more than a few Aussie birfers, so it wouldn't surprise me. I find it interesting that I see Canadians online mostly coming out for Obama and Australians more coming out as birfers. :-kWho



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Post by realist » Sun Apr 24, 2011 9:12 am

From Orly's house of nitrous... :evil: [/break1]orlytaitzesq.com/?p=20980]http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/?p=20980 :evil: Was there a quid pro quo with AZ Gov. Brewer? Did someone promise not to unseal Gov. Brewer’s son’s criminal file in exchange for her killing the Presidential eligibility bill, which would’ve kept Obama off the ballot in 2012?Jan Brewer’s Criminally Insane Son and His Mysteriously Sealed FileBy Paul Rubin & Amy Silverman, Fri., [highlight]Sep. 3 2010[/highlight] @ 11:29AM[...]On December 1, 2008, President-Elect Barack Obama nominated then-Governor Janet Napolitano to be the head of Homeland Security. Her successor? Secretary of State Jan Brewer. Brewer assumed office as governor on January 21.The timing is curious.This marked the first time that Ronald Brewer’s entire file was sealed. Previously, his mental-health files were sealed, which is typical. Criminal cases are rarely sealed, and then, only parts of such a case would usually be kept from the public.


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Post by TexasFilly » Sun Apr 24, 2011 10:12 am

This is yet another example of the pure evil that is Orly Taitz. If there is a hell, she will certainly be there for eternity.


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Post by realist » Sun Apr 24, 2011 10:23 am

This is yet another example of the pure evil that is Orly Taitz. If there is a hell, she will certainly be there for eternity.Indeed.


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Post by Welsh Dragon » Sun Apr 24, 2011 11:26 am

This is yet another example of the pure evil that is Orly Taitz. If there is a hell, she will certainly be there for eternity.Indeed.+1



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Post by poutine » Sun Apr 24, 2011 2:00 pm

This is yet another example of the pure evil that is Orly Taitz. If there is a hell, she will certainly be there for eternity.Naturally.As I recall, Brewer's camp was obviously livid over this issue being raised in the media. I do think the press was within bounds to investigate it, because the sealing of the criminal record was indeed an unusual step. Goddard's camp denied having anything whatsoever to do with the story.I knew the judge who sealed this order. He passed away from cancer this year. He was very well respected and well liked.



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Post by Paul Lentz » Sun Apr 24, 2011 2:36 pm

From Orly's house of nitrous... :evil: [/break1]orlytaitzesq.com/?p=20980]http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/?p=20980 :evil: Was there a quid pro quo with AZ Gov. Brewer? Did someone promise not to unseal Gov. Brewer’s son’s criminal file in exchange for her killing the Presidential eligibility bill, which would’ve kept Obama off the ballot in 2012?Jan Brewer’s Criminally Insane Son and His Mysteriously Sealed FileBy Paul Rubin & Amy Silverman, Fri., [highlight]Sep. 3 2010[/highlight] @ 11:29AM[...]On December 1, 2008, President-Elect Barack Obama nominated then-Governor Janet Napolitano to be the head of Homeland Security. Her successor? Secretary of State Jan Brewer. Brewer assumed office as governor on January 21.The timing is curious.This marked the first time that Ronald Brewer’s entire file was sealed. Previously, his mental-health files were sealed, which is typical. Criminal cases are rarely sealed, and then, only parts of such a case would usually be kept from the public.My God. Not only is Oily the most nasty and ugly bitch on the planet, she's also clearly the most stupid.[link]The Rest of the Story,http://www.azcentral.com/news/election/ ... cords.html[/link]On [highlight]August 31, 2010[/highlight], Judge Pendleton Gaines rendered a decision, the effect of which was to unseal Ronald Brewer's criminal records. The decision was finalized on [highlight]September 13, 2010[/highlight], and R. Brewer's criminal records (which had been unsealed for nearly 20 years prior to their being sealed in January, 2009) were again unsealed. They have been accessible ever since.Oh, and who was the judge that issued the "seal" order on January 6, 2009 (in response to a motion filed by Ronald Brewer)? Why, it is the same judge who "unsealed" the records in September 2010...Judge Pendleton Gaines.So, here it is...April 24, 2011.--Ronald Brewer's criminal records were initially sealed on January 6, 2009 (over 27 months--and two Arizona legislative sessions--ago).--Ronald Brewer's criminal records were unsealed on September 13, 2010 (7+ months ago, and several months prior to the date the 2011 Arizona legislative session convened, and the unconstituional AZ birfer bill was passed by the AZ legislature and vetoed by Governor Brewer)More at the [link]link,http://www.azcentral.com/news/election/ ... cords.html[/link]Stupid, nasty, ugly in-and-out, Orly. Read this and understand how stupid, ugly, and disgusting you are. RONALD BREWER'S CRIMINAL RECORDS HAVE BEEN UNSEALED FOR THE LAST SEVEN AND ONE-HALF MONTHS. There was no "quid pro quo," you disgusting, nasty, stupid and ugly bitch. Put that in your dental chair and ride it.


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Post by Sterngard Friegen » Sun Apr 24, 2011 2:42 pm

Paul - please tell us what you really think of Orly Taitz.



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Post by Paul Lentz » Sun Apr 24, 2011 3:05 pm

Paul - please tell us what you really think of Orly Taitz.Well, actually, I didn't use the one descriptive noun that came to mind...a word I so rarely use because I know so few women to whom it could--in any circumstances--be applied. But Oily jumps leaps and bounds over the high bar (or perhaps I should say low bar) nasty, ugly, and disgusting level at which I would ordinarily apply that word. So, what do I really think of Orly Taitz?Out of respect for this board and its denizens (including a number of women whom I consider to be ladies and worthy of far more respect than I am deserving of the satisfaction of writing that most ugly and offensive word) I'll not get specific. But roll up ugly, disgusting, and nasty into one little four-letter 'c-word', and that's what I really think of Orly Taitz. That one word, for me, says it all.


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Post by shrek » Sun Apr 24, 2011 3:23 pm

But roll up ugly, disgusting, and nasty into one little four-letter 'c-word', and that's what I really think of Orly Taitz. That one word, for me, says it all.Sekrit Stuffs!
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Post by SueDB » Sun Apr 24, 2011 3:26 pm

Paul - please tell us what you really think of Orly Taitz.Well, actually, I didn't use the one descriptive noun that came to mind...a word I so rarely use because I know so few women to whom it could--in any circumstances--be applied. But Oily jumps leaps and bounds over the high bar (or perhaps I should say low bar) nasty, ugly, and disgusting level at which I would ordinarily apply that word. So, what do I really think of Orly Taitz?Out of respect for this board and its denizens (including a number of women whom I consider to be ladies and worthy of far more respect than I am deserving of the satisfaction of writing that most ugly and offensive word) I'll not get specific. But roll up ugly, disgusting, and nasty into one little four-letter 'c-word', and that's what I really think of Orly Taitz. That one word, for me, says it all.Oh, you mean -
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Post by Paul Lentz » Sun Apr 24, 2011 3:36 pm

But roll up ugly, disgusting, and nasty into one little four-letter 'c-word', and that's what I really think of Orly Taitz. That one word, for me, says it all.Sekrit Stuffs!
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Post by Paul Lentz » Sun Apr 24, 2011 3:39 pm

Oh, you mean -
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