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October 24, 2011

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G

What a seditious bunch of whiney asshats, these birthers are!

The Magic M

> Now the funny thing is that the versions on Justia match versions in legal books and on Westlaw. Most of those versions predate the 2008 election by some years.

It's another cute birfer attempt to rewrite history.
Donofrio started his claim when for a brief period (I think a week or two) Justia's software referred to all (!) cases by reference number instead of by name.
Even in Donofrio's example, the link to Minor vs. Happersett is still there and leads to the case. It just isn't labelled "Minor vs. Happersett".

Another attempt to imply nefariousness where there is none.

> Check out wellaware1.com

That's gotta be my new favourite conspiracy site. Their attempts of claiming, for several photographs, that "person A is identical to person B if you assume B had plastic surgery and gained 80 pounds in 2 years" even outdo the "fake Stanley Ann photos" crapfoolery.

Northland10
The Magic M: Even in Donofrio's example, the link to Minor vs. Happersett is still there and leads to the case. It just isn't labelled "Minor vs. Happersett".

I tried to follow Leo's explanation, but kept finding, it was there and then it wasn't and now it is. Even those that were "scrubbed" still had the link to the case on the correct page.

He is stating that something that was scrubbed, is not anymore, and really was not in the first place. Yet, the birthers fall over themselves about it. I suspect they did not read more than the opening paragraph.

aarrgghh
"After Campbell reads aloud the peoples declaration they have 5 days to pack up and move out beginning with O@umber."

... and if they don't, we'll be very, very angwee!

The Magic M

> I suspect they did not read more than the opening paragraph.

You just summed up the business model of WND.

> they have 5 days to pack up and move out

Well, Orly's "30 days" are about 3.5 years now.
So their "5 days" is going to be at least half a year. I hope they bring food supplies.

The Magic M

> You just summed up the business model of WND.

My bad; WND's business model is people not reading more than the headline. The opening paragraph is already too much for most of them. The headline plants the seed from which nothing (even a first paragraph contradicting the headline) can distract them.

ellid

It will cease to amaze me how people go around in public wearing the flag of a "country" that was nothing more than a traitorous attempt to break up the Republic so they could own human beings can now describe themselves as "patriots." They are NOT patriots, any more than a German who wears a swastika armband is a loyal citizen of the country currently headed by Angela Merkel.

Disgusting.

whodunit

Off to jail Huff goes.

Obsolete

So the MacLeran family files frivolous lawsuits and Mr. MacLeran files to run for President to engage in panhandling. (Another fine birther standard as seen most recently by Moran and Lakin).
I'm betting they get food stamps (and probably trade them for cheap beer).
Like most tea partiers, it is not OK for OTHERS to get assistance...

The Magic M

> They are NOT patriots, any more than a German who wears a swastika armband is a loyal citizen of the country currently headed by Angela Merkel.

In fact, the confederate flag is quite common among German right-wingers as well. They use it as a symbol of "white supremacy", given that publically displaying the swastika or other Nazi regalia is illegal in Germany.

G

Gorefan over at Dr. C's site brought this latest bizare Birther conspiracy to my attention.

In terms of pathetically lame, this might take the cake and makes the "Lizard People" claimers and the lady who talks through her puppets seem sane...

http://terribletruth.wordpress.com/2011/10/25/another-cold-case-file-closed-malcolm-xs-missing-eyeglasses/

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