In today's dispatches, Lucas Smith accepts the offer from the Lakinistas to review his fake "Kenyan" birth certificate - with a few catches. Swiftboat liar Jerome Corsi's latest bookstore remainder is looking to be the next "Great White Hope" for the birthers. So far, 9 out of 16 states have said "no" to birther bills.
Manning grovels to the people who offended him. "One Pissed-off Vietnam Vet" is being both honest and upfront about his racism and his call for a military coup. The Democratic Governors Association is using birtherism as a fundraising tool. Lakin is told "No, you can't have clemency, not yours."
AP reports on the publicly-available data to show that yes, Obama was born in Hawaii. David LaRocque wants to know why he hasn't had his military coup yet. Dr. Kate once again projects like a drive-in theatre. Trump wants Indiana to revive their dead birther bill. Peter Boyles calls the hospital Obama was born in, and tries to go fishing.
"RacerJim" is a birther asshat outside of the Pest and eFail, where his statements are flailed and paddled repeatedly. The New York Times goes into birther psychology. And we have a sneak preview into what Dr. Orly is going to try and cram into ten whole minutes.
22 April - Lucas Smith donates part of the money he made off of the nude painting of Dr. Orly to the Terry Lakin defense fund.
(Scribd link here)
"As you know I've recently sold a painting, 'Orly Taitz and her Exhibits', for $350.00 After eBay fees ($34.50) and Paypal fees ($11.15) my net profit came to $304.35.
Stipulated in the comprehensive terms of sale of 'Orly Taitz and her Exhibits' I am to donate "7.5% of my net profit, from the sale, to Lieutenant Colonel Terry Lakin or designee that is authorized to accept donations on his behalf and also another 7 .5% to Orly Taitz."
This part is interesting:
"I am thrilled and delighted to accept your perspicuous 04.03.2011 offer to pay for review of Barack Hussein Obama II's 1961 Coast Province General Hospital(CPGH), British Protectorate of Kenya, British Protectorate of Kenya, Mombasa, certificate of birth (2009 certified copy), in person, by what you refer to as a 'certified document forensic investigator'."
O RLY?? Well, not without a FEW catches....
"For the record, I don't believe that a forensic document examiner can/will authenticate the birth certificate in a manner that they might typically authenticate other documents. I offer the following explanations(a thru e) in support of my foregoing opinion: "
Oh, this is going to be good.
"a. This isn't an 'old' document that can be carbon dated or dated with some sort of chemical testing procedure. "
Or, alternately, because it was provided by a known and convicted forger and con artist.
"b. A simple telephone call, email or other correspondence with the issuing hospital in Mombasa,Kenya is not going to suffice in authentication. "
Because they're going to say "Lucas who??"
"c. I don't believe that Kenyans are going to help us and if they do we will have no way of knowing they whether are being sincere or if they are just feeding us disinformation."
Translation - Lucas knows damn well that any investigation will prove his so-called birth certificate is a forgery, so he throws this out as an excuse.
d. A forensic document examiner is going to be putting his or her life LIFE ONTHE LINE (literally) if he or she deems the to be document to be authentic.
*Yawn* More "dead rabbit" claims.
e. The only way that I see this document being authenticated is through painstaking research and analysis.
Maybe you can get Polland/Polarik to do it for you.