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Posted on 08/02/2009 1:35:53 AM PDT by rxsidEdited on 08/06/2009 12:10:02 AM PDT by John Robinson. [history]
Attorney Taitz filed a NOTICE OF MOTION AND MOTION to Expedite authentication, MOTION for Issuance of Letters Rogatory for authenticity of Kenyan birth certificate filed by Plaintiff Alan Keyes PhD.
Barry's Kenyan B.C.??
Special Motion for leave
http://www.orlytaitzesq.com/blog1/ (site has been the target of hackers, proceed with caution — John)
This is completely nuts. Over 4600 posts to a thread which begins with nothing but yet another in a long parade of evidence-free claims that some self-promoter has come up with “proof” that Obama is not eligible to be POTUS! Did any of the 9/11 threads even get this long?
I really worry about the direction FR is heading in. There’s nowhere near this much interest in Obama’s health care proposal, which is 100% real and could do serious and irreparable harm to our nation.
Na - na - what did we agree to a couple days ago???
I was rather surprised ... staples have been around a LONG time ... and became more common after WWII.
1870s ~ Individual Preformed Staples: The first desktop machine designed to fasten papers by inserting and clinching metallic staples was patented in 1877 (US. Patent No. 195,603). A number of the earliest machines held only one preformed wire staple at a time and had to be reloaded each time they were used. The photo to the right shows one such machine, a McGill Single-Stroke Staple Press No. 1, which was patented in 1879 and advertised during 1880-1909. To see several single-staple machines, click here.
OldStaplers.com reports that in 1868 and 1874, before the development of machines that both inserted and clinched staples, two patents were issued for machines that inserted, but that did not clinch, staples.
I have decided to stop doing the anonymous donations and just own up to my addiction with a Monthly donation of 30 bucks. It beats the crappola x2 out of world of WarCraft! LOL
Well, it's closing in on 5,000 posts.
But the question is really simple. The questioned document cites a book and a page and declares certain facts are contained therein. Thus, we don't really have to question the document. All we have to do is find the cited book and page and see if it asserts the claimed facts.
The reason the thread is so damned long is, nobody is content to wait for Orly to go across the pond and fail to find the cited document. Instead, everyone is convinced they already know the outcome.
Did I miss a “No love boat” restriction or something?
If Obama does come up with his “original” HI BC, it’ll have Obama’s mom’s sig on it, right? So what you’re saying is we’ll want handwriting samples of Obama’s mom and Obama’s grandma? We’re thinking that Obama’s mom’s handwriting is gonna look a lot like Obama’s grandma’s handwriting?
As to the first question, it is a fraudulent graphical political joke... the watermarked security paper says, in Dutch or Afrikaans, "This is not a legitimate government document. It is political commentary."
as for who needed one, most likely Ann. But its hard to say, could have been Sr.
I did not say she did not attend.
I dispute the dates.
It was something around 4waypasttotalcoherence .. AM this morning .. LOL
It’s 1:30am .. like 21 hrs. since this started .. and I’m just HALFWAY thru the dang thread @!!
I haven’t checked the other “might be fake bc” thread .. anything new about that ?
Hillary is using Book 44B as a coffee table?
No, what others think of him means nothing. It's only what he thinks of himself that matters.
Eyes are almost swollen shut. Pick it up here for tomorrow.
“A woman, even an elderly grandmother wouldnt satte that she was present when her son was born you fool! “
yet that is what the birthers claim she said.
What the full interview said is she said he was born in Hawaii. that is the truth.
That is the kind of B.C. I ONLY could present to with my immigration application papers!!
If we had had COLBS like in the U.S., my application would never have been accepted, so please get of the horse that this is only a Colb!!!
Not really. Other than what I Could research on my own today. Lavender is not an uncommon name in England. To an Eric Frank Lavender is not out of the realm of possibility. I don’t know that is what the EF stands for. But again, the names ought to be rather easy to track down on an official level, buy employment records.
There will be other records in the area as well of such a person, other avenues of search other than just the Government.