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Wikipedia probably taking the Obama payolaThat's the latest headline. Now... I'm worried. I didn't know Wikipedia was on the payroll as well. So, is this gonna affect my wages?

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Probably so. The Indonesians and Kenyans editing Wiki for us need to be paid too.
You're the kind of lawyer guilty people hire.

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Wikipedia probably taking the Obama payolaThat's the latest headline. Now... I'm worried. I didn't know Wikipedia was on the payroll as well. So, is this gonna affect my wages?From HQ :D onations from foreign nationals have been especially generous since the election. We are able to fund both Wikipedia, PayPal and the Annenberg Foundation. Please do not be concerned about payroll obligations. We are solidly funded.HQ
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Its good to know that the global meltdown doent affect us, actually how can it affect us we're in control of the global economy problem !HQ is just so powerful i dont think i can work for anyone else again

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Its good to know that the global meltdown doent affect us, actually how can it affect us we're in control of the global economy problem !HQ is just so powerful i dont think i can work for anyone else againPresident Obama has reassured HQ that our funding will remain secure for the entire time our services are necessary.We estimate that your employment will be necessary for several years as these frivolous lawsuits slowly pass through the legal system. That is, unless we are ale to take care of these bothersome lawyers and their followers through other means. We never promised that this would be pretty, folks!
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[/break1]com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=93657]http://wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&p ... ---------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------WHISTLEBLOWER MAGAZINEYOUR PAPERS, PLEASE?Why millions want Obama to prove he's constitutionally qualified to be presidentPosted: April 02, 20091:00 am Eastern© 2009 WorldNetDaily With Barack Obama in the White House, millions of Americans are watching the news night after night in sheer shock, wondering out loud what the next unprecedented expansion of government power will be. Nationalizing entire industries with gigantic taxpayer bailouts; forcing taxpayers to fund abortion; releasing Gitmo prisoners onto U.S. streets; rapidly converting free-market, capitalist America into a government-run socialist state – every day seems to bring a new unconstitutional power-grab, critics say. But arguably Obama’s most egregious, unconstitutional “power-grab” as president may have been his very first – being elected to the highest office in the land while steadfastly refusing to offer proof he is a “natural born citizen,” as required of all presidents by the U.S. Constitution. That explosive story is the focus of the April 2009 edition of WND’s acclaimed Whistleblower magazine. It’s called “YOUR PAPERS, PLEASE? Why dozens of lawsuits and millions of Americans want Barack Obama to prove he's constitutionally qualified to be president.” This issue of Whistleblower “is not only the most complete and thorough exposé of the eligibility questions surrounding Barack Obama's presidency,” says WND founder and CEO Joseph Farah, “it is an indictment of the process that put him in the White House Jan. 20 of this year.” Although Article II section 1 of the Constitution clearly requires that all presidents be “natural born citizens,” the 2008 election proved, Farah points out, “that no controlling legal authority bothered to establish” that Obama was qualified for the Oval Office. “Everybody dropped the ball,” said Farah.The biggest reason interest in the Obama eligibility issue continues to mount, with ever more legal actions being filed and more Americans demanding answers, says WND Managing Editor David Kupelian, is simple: "Barack Obama is hiding something. About that statement, there is no dispute. Despite dozens of lawsuits, with plaintiffs including a former presidential candidate, a former deputy attorney general, many legislators, active-duty U.S. military and other serious people, Obama simply refuses to release his original, long-form birth certificate. That's the one that could actually prove he was born in Hawaii. What is posted on Obama's 'Fight the Smears' website as well as the FactCheck.org website is the abbreviated short-form 'certification of live birth' that could have been issued for a child born overseas, and thus does not prove he was born in Hawaii. What is so difficult about this to understand?" And while some of the many lawsuits challenging Obama on this issue have reached the eyes of U.S. Supreme Court justices, at least one former state Supreme Court chief justice – Alabama’s Roy Moore – now says the Obama eligibility issue should be adjudicated: “Why doesn't the president have to show that he's a natural born citizen? … We've had all kinds of suits filed, and the press doesn't mention them and the courts continually reject them. … It's troubling to me because we'll suffer the consequences if we ignore our Constitution." Highlights of “YOUR PAPERS, PLEASE?” include: "The question of eligibility" by Joseph Farah "Why I care about the Obama eligibility issue" by David Kupelian "Why questions persist regarding Obama's qualifications" by Bob Unruh, on why the president's defenders never actually address the merits of eligibility challenges "The 20th Amendment: What if the president-elect fails to qualify?" "U.S. military officers demanding eligibility proof" by Bob Unruh, regarding which one plaintiff said, "In the worst case … it's going to be revolution in the streets" "What is 'quo warranto'" "Scalia: You need 4 votes for Obama eligibility case" "Ex-chief justice: 'If he's not a natural born citizen, he's not qualified'" in which former Alabama Supreme Court Chief Justice Roy Moore weighs in on the issue "Was Obama born in Hawaii – or Kenya?" by Jerome R. Corsi, who interviews the private detective who investigated Honolulu hospitals claimed as Obama birthplace; also a report on eyewitnesses to Obama's grandmother saying she witnessed his birth in Mombasa, Kenya "Kenyan ambassador: 'I don't know' if Obama was born in U.S." by Chelsea Schilling – a revealing follow-up to the on-air "gaffe" by African official about president's birth "What congressmen say about Obama's eligibility," an extensive sampling of what lawmakers are telling constituents about where the president was born "Eligibility bill hits Congress" by Drew Zahn, detailing U.S. Rep. Bill Posey's proposed law requiring candidates to show birth certificate – which would apply to Obama's re-election "Congressman scorned for suggesting eligibility proof," documenting media reaction to Rep. Bill Posey's eligibility bill, including MSNBC's Keith Olbermann who advises the congressman to "take the Reynolds Wrap off your head" "States reviewing 'eligibility' challenges," detailing how Montana has tabled its plan while Oklahoma's gets committee approval "California used to check presidential candidates' qualifications" "Wikipedia scrubs Obama eligibility" by Aaron Klein, who documents how the very mention of citizenship issues is deleted in minutes and "offending" users banned "Judge ripped for using blog hearsay" by Bob Unruh, on the eligibility case lawyer who says he's entitled to see Obama's birth certificate during "discovery" process "Resolving Obama birth issue 'once and for all'" by Leo C. Donofrio, in which the attorney proposes a solution to what he calls the "bottomless pit of pending litigation" "Does dual citizenship disqualify a candidate from being president?" "Chief justice accepts lawsuit docs, WND petition" by Drew Zahn, in which John Roberts agrees to read Obama filings and consider WorldNetDaily's 330,000 online petition signers "Obama team threatens plaintiffs" by Alan Keyes, the former Reagan diplomat and presidential candidate who rallies all involved in the eligibility battle to stand firm“To me, this is a historic issue of Whistleblower magazine,” says Farah. “I do not pretend to know where the information you are about to read will lead. But I do know that it is explosive, profoundly important and represents much more than the future of the Barack Obama administration. No less than our Constitution – the foundation of our national liberties and the rule of law in America – is at stake.”How many lies can you find in the above article?

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Where does the "Millions of Americans want to know" come from? Is it pulled from the ether or are they actually basing it on something?

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Where does the "Millions of Americans want to know" come from? Is it pulled from the ether or are they actually basing it on something?I imagine they think it sounds better than "dozens of Americans."

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Where does the "Millions of Americans want to know" come from? Is it pulled from the ether or are they actually basing it on something?I have no idea, but it sounds good, doesn't it? If this were the case, then how come Orly only has 2200 signatures on her petition and many of them are O-bots.



Millions of Americans want to know sounds much better than 2200 Americans want to know, doesn't it.



It is kind of like their repeated statement that President Obama has spent millions in legal fees.

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http://wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&p ... ---------- --------------------------------------------------------------------------------The original text, before being sent to copy editor/printerWHISTLEBLOWER MAGAZINEYOUR MONEY, PLEASE?Why millions are needed to stay in businessPosted: April 02, 20091:00 am Eastern© 2009 WorldNetDaily With Barack Obama in the White House, millions of suckers are now reading World Nut DailyThe fundraising scam is the focus of the April 2009 edition of WND’s acclaimed Whistleblower magazine. It’s called “YOUR MONEY, PLEASE? Why dozens of lawsuits and millions of Americans want Barack Obama to prove he's constitutionally qualified to be president.” This issue of Whistleblower “is a complete fraud, but hey, we gotta pay some bills” says WND founder and CEO Joseph Farah“After all, April 15th is a coming” said Farah.The biggest reason interest in the Obama eligibility issue continues to mount, with ever more legal actions being filed and more Americans demanding answers, says WND Managing Editor David Kupelian, is simple: "We decided long ago it is a gravy train for us"At least one former state Supreme Court chief justice – Alabama’s Roy Moore – "It's troubling to me I haven't been paid yet.  The agreement was for cash, right?" Highlights of “YOUR MONEY, PLEASE?” include: "The question of bleeding idiots wallets dry" by Joseph Farah "Why I care my bankl account" by David Kupelian "Why my accountant says I need a legitimate source of income" by Bob Unruh, "Scalia: Would somebody get these nuts out of the Supreme Court, already""Eligibility bill hits Congress" by Drew Zahn, detailing U.S. Rep. Bill Posey's proposed plan to become irrelevant and lose his next election"California is moving towards a mental health detention hearing for Orly Taitz""Resolving the black helicopters over my house 'once and for all'" by Leo C. Donofrio, in which the attorney explains he's really a poker playing meth head ""Chief justice accepts lawsuit docs, WND petition" by Drew Zahn, in which John Roberts says to his U.S. Marshals, "Don't ever let a crazy woman do that again“To me, this is a historic issue of Whistleblower magazine,” says Farah. “I do not pretend that any of it is true. But I do know that it represents my future paycheck. No less than my credit card bill – is at stake.”How many lies can you find in the above article?

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What do we all know about these World Nut Daily idiots? Who is this moron publishing this crap and where is his funding coming from?

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[/break1]wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Farah]http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_FarahJoseph FarahFrom Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJoseph Farah is an American author, journalist, and editor-in-chief of the conservative website WorldNetDaily (WND).[1]Contents [hide]1 Early years 2 Career 3 Books 4 References 5 External links Early yearsJoseph Farah was born in Paterson, New Jersey on 6 July 1954 to parents of Syrian and Lebanese ancestry.[2][3] His father John was a schoolteacher.[3] He attended William Paterson University in Wayne, New Jersey.[3]CareerFarah worked for six years as executive news editor at the Los Angeles Herald Examiner.[4] On July 22, 1990, Farah became editor of the Sacramento Union. The paper had been losing up to $3 million annually, and in early 1990 it was acquired by Daniel Benvenuti, Jr., and David Kassis from Richard Mellon Scaife.[5]Farah and the paper's owners envisioned the paper as a 'conservative alternative to the Sacramento Bee.[6] "We just thought the way to go was to be unabashedly conservative in our approach," explained Farah to the Washington Post.[6] Among other things, Farah convinced Rush Limbaugh to write a daily column, which ran on page one.[4]In 1991, Farah left the Union and co-founded the Western Journalism Center.[7]Farah launched WorldNetDaily in 1997.[8] His wife Elizabeth is co-founder of WorldNetDaily and also serves as the marketing director for the company.[9] He received the Washington Times Foundation National Service Award in 1996.[3]Farah has been a proponent of the Barack Obama citizenship conspiracy theories, stating, "It'll plague Obama throughout his presidency. It'll be a nagging issue and a sore on his administration, much like Monica Lewinsky was on President Bill Clinton," and "It's not going to go away and it will drive a wedge in an already divided public."[10]. Farah has demanded that President-Elect Obama release his official birth certificate.[11][12]BooksCollaborated with Rush Limbaugh on See, I Told You So (1994)[3] Farah, Joseph; Richard Pombo (1996). This Land Is Our Land: How to End the War on Private Property. St. Martins Press. ISBN 978-0312147471. Farah, Joseph (2005). Taking America Back: A Radical Plan to Revive Freedom, Morality, and Justice. WND Books. ISBN 978-1581824698. Farah, Joseph (2007). Stop the Presses!: The Inside Story of the New Media Revolution. WND Books. ISBN 978-1581824698. Farah, Joseph (2008). None of the Above: Why 2008 Is the Year to Cast the Ultimate Protest Vote. WND Books. ISBN 9781935071013. References^ Black, Jane (August 28, 2001). "On the Web, Small and Focused Pays Off". Business Week. [/break1]businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnflash/aug2001/nf20010828_333.htm]http://www.businessweek.com/bwdaily/dnf ... 28_333.htm. Retrieved on 2008-12-14. ^ "All eyes on Lebanon". Worldnetdaily.com. [/break1]worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=51328]http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/artic ... E_ID=51328. Retrieved on 2008-12-15. ^ a b c d e Putting faith in the founding fathers: WorldNetDaily.com cofounder Joseph Farah challenges all Americans to take back their country by embracing traditional values and spurning today's MTV culture March 4, 2003 by Stephen Goode p.4 [/break1]com/p/articles/mi_m1571/is_6_19/ai_98415816/pg_5?tag=artBody;col1]http://findarticles.com/p/articles/mi_m ... tBody;col1 ^ a b William Trombley (1991-05-16). "Paper Chase; Media: The Sacramento Union is Trying to Attract Readers and Advertisers by Billing Itself as 'Pro-American,' 'Pro-Life,' and 'Pro-Business.'". Los Angeles Times. ^ Pat Guy (1990-07-13). "New editor for 'Sacramento Union'". USA Today. ^ a b Howard Kurtz, Charles Trueheart (1990-10-23). "At Sacramento Union, A Conservative Bent". Washington Post. ^ Dorothy Giobbe (1994-09-17). "Western Journalism Center director says it's non-partisan, not pro-right wing". Editor & Publisher. ^ Mark O'Keefe (2002-11-24). "Conservative media flex muscles". The Star-Ledger (Newark). ^ [1] ^ Jones, Tim (2008-12-08). "Court won't review Obama's eligibility to serve". Hartford Courant. [/break1]courant.com/topic/chi-obama-birth-certificate1dec08,0,4658002.story?track=rss-topicgallery]http://www.courant.com/topic/chi-obama- ... picgallery. Retrieved on 2009-03-12. ^ Farah, Jospeh (2008-11-26). "Where was Obama born?". World Net Daily. [/break1]wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=81964]http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=81964. Retrieved on 2009-03-12. ^ Farah, Jospeh (2008-11-21). "Obama's state secret: His birth certificate!". World Net Daily. [/break1]wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=81581]http://www.wnd.com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=81581. Retrieved on 2009-03-12. External linksWordNetDaily Official Podcasts of Farah's recent articles Washington Post Online Chat Session with Joseph Farah Retrieved from "http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Farah"Not much here.

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I read Farah got help to start WND from Richard Mellon-Scaiffe.

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Aren't you curious as to why the Wing Nut Daily hasn't covered the bither war? I mean they did that wonderful piece on Orly, photos and all. Yet, absolutely nothing about the battle between Taitz, et. al. vs. Berg, et. al. Curious. No?

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I guess those of us without a spare acre of unused land are out of luck.Oh well, I still have Plan A: cannibalistic motorcycle gang.

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I guess those of us without a spare acre of unused land are out of luck.Oh well, I still have Plan A: cannibalistic motorcycle gang.You hang with a tough crowd, jsnbase. As a vegetarian.... i'm out of luck on both counts.

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2) If the grocery stores are empty and people are starving, won't they start stealing my crop?You didn't put land mines around it, grab your full-auto converted assault rifle, and snort a kilo of meth?Hon, you have a LOT to learn about gardening. You need as much gunpowder as Miracle-Gro.And, about your picture Mari.... Aren't you a bit young for this crowd.
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[/break1]blogspot.com/2009/05/how-to-get-eligibility-ruling-from.html]http://thesteadydrip.blogspot.com/2009/ ... -from.htmlSaturday, May 16, 2009How to get eligibility ruling from Supremes What have I been saying?Tokaji told WND the "most likely scenario" for obtaining a judicial determination on the question is if someone would "bring in a state court a challenge to a particular candidate's eligibility to appear on the ballot."How to get eligibilityruling from SupremesLawyer outlines strategyto prompt court decision--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Posted: May 16, 200912:30 am EasternBy Bob Unruh--------------------------------------------------------------------------------WorldNetDailyAn Ohio State University associate professor who includes election law among his specialties says there is a logical legal strategy to convince the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on the issue of Barack Obama's eligibility to be president.Daniel Tokaji, in an interview with WND, confirmed the thesis of a "First Impressions" column he'd written for the Michigan Law Review that a lawsuit in a state court probably would have the best chance at success in obtaining a decision.WND has reported on dozens of legal challenges to Obama's occupancy in the Oval Office based on questions over his "natural born citizen" status. The Constitution, Article 2, Section 1, states, "No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President."Some of the lawsuits question whether he actually was born in Hawaii, as he insists. If he was born out of the country, Obama's American mother, the suits contend, was too young at the time of his birth to confer American citizenship to her son under the law at the time.(Story continues below)

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An Ohio State University associate professor who includes election law among his specialties says there is a logical legal strategy to convince the U.S. Supreme Court to rule on the issue of Barack Obama's eligibility to be president.



Daniel Tokaji, in an interview with WND, confirmed the thesis of a "First Impressions" column he'd written for the Michigan Law Review that a lawsuit in a state court probably would have the best chance at success in obtaining a decision.



This Daniel Tokaji?

Prof. Tokaji has litigated numerous civil rights and election law cases. He was lead counsel in a case that struck down an Ohio law requiring naturalized citizens to produce a certificate of naturalization if challenged at the polls (Boustani v. Blackwell). He was also part of the legal teams that obtained a court order keeping open the Ohio window for simultaneous registration and early voting in 2008 (Project Vote v. Brunner), and that challenged punch-card voting systems in Ohio and California (Stewart v. Blackwell and Common Cause v. Jones). Among his other cases was a lawsuit that successfully protected the First Amendment rights of protesters at the 2000 Democratic National Convention (SEIU Local 660 v. Los Angeles). He has argued before the California Supreme Court, the United States Courts of Appeals for the Sixth and Ninth Circuit, and other state and federal courts.



Prof. Tokaji serves on the boards of the ACLU of Ohio, the Lawyer’s Committee for Civil Rights, and the Conference of Asian Pacific American Law Faculty. He served on the National Governing Board of Common Cause from 1999 to 2005, and was the Chair of California Common Cause from 2000 to 2003. He was a founding board member of the Asian Pacific American Bar Association of Central Ohio.

http://moritzlaw.osu.edu/faculty/bios.php?ID=52



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This Daniel Tokaji?Yes. Is that some sort of surprise?



[/break1]michiganlawreview.org/firstimpressions/vol107/tokaji.htm]http://www.michiganlawreview.org/firsti ... tokaji.htm

The Justiciability of Eligibility: May Courts Decide Who Can Be President?

Daniel P. Tokaji



Associate Professor of Law, The Ohio State University, Moritz College of Law; Associate Director, Election Law @ Moritz, [/break1]osu.edu]http://electionlaw.osu.edu. Thanks to Jack Chin and Richard Winger for their comments, and to Ben Kington for his research assistance.

† Suggested citation: Daniel P. Tokaji, Commentary, The Justiciability of Eligibility: May Courts Decide Who Can Be President?, 107 Mich. L. Rev. First Impressions 31 (2008), http://

[/break1]michiganlawreview.org/firstimpressions/vol107/tokaji.pdf]http://www.michiganlawreview.org/firsti ... tokaji.pdf.It's the only law review article on birferism. Written last year, it accurately predicts the course of the show so far:

Conclusion

The current federal lawsuits challenging the presidential candidates’ eligibility to serve as president are not justiciable, and it is questionable whether any justiciable case could be brought in federal court as an initial matter. Fortunately, there are alternative means to adjudicate this matter that are consistent with the U.S. Constitution. The most promising is a preelection state-court lawsuit seeking to keep an allegedly unqualified candidate off the ballot. In the event that a renegade state court rejects a candidate who is, in fact, eligible or that two or more state courts reach conflicting conclusions on a candidate’s eligibility, U.S. Supreme Court review should be available as a backstop. This avenue seems less fraught with peril than congressional resolution of the matter, given Congress’ dubious legal authority to not count electoral votes of a candidate it believes ineligible. Those who seek to challenge a presidential candidate’s eligibility would thus be well-advised to dust off their state election codes and head to state court.The WND writer apparently did not appreciate the meaning of the word "preelection".
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Did you folks see the billboards they are putting up? WingNutDaily.



WASHINGTON – More than $25,000 has been raised in the first two days of a national billboard campaign to raise awareness of questions surrounding the constitutional eligibility of Barack Obama to serve as president – and the first sign, an electronic one, is already up and

online.[...]http://worldnetdaily.com/images/misc/la623sign.jpg



There's more. [/break1]com/index.php?fa=PAGE.view&pageId=98724]Here's the link to the story.

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Dang, $25K?Wish I could think of a way to separate those fools from their money!
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Doc C. has an entry up about the billboards. He closes with:The sign disturbs me because it is promoting class warfare–not class warfare between the rich and poor, not class warfare between liberals and conservtives, but class warfare between people with common sense and the stupid.Go say hi:[/break1]obamaconspiracy.org/2009/05/truth-and-transparency/]http://www.obamaconspiracy.org/2009/05/ ... nsparency/

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It may be just me but that looks like a really bad photoshop job. Fark could have done a better job.

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It may be just me but that looks like a really bad photoshop job. Fark could have done a better job.Have Polarik check it out.
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