In light of all these and other facts, Taitz argues that Obama should be forced to release his entire hospital-birthing file, passport information and college records.

The problem is most of the above facts aren’t true.

For starters, the Pakistan “travel ban” is a complete fabrication based on zero evidence and completely contradicted by State Department records and a 1981 New York Times article. The full transcript from Obama’s grandmother shows that she never said he was born in Kenya—in fact, she repeatedly said he was born in Hawaii. The law allowing foreign-born children to obtain Hawaiian COLBs didn’t exist until 20 years after Obama was born, while Obama’s published COLB says his birth information was recorded four days after his birth in 1961. And those “forensic experts” who say Obama’s document is phony? There have only been three of them: Two haven’t published their real names or any verifiable credentials (one went by the moniker “TechDude”), and the other merely said that she can’t make a determination of a document’s authenticity based solely on a JPEG.

Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq.: dentist, lawyer, mom, "eligibility" activist
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Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq.: dentist, lawyer, mom, "eligibility" activist
Buena Park pastor Wiley Drake was Taitz's first plaintiff
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Buena Park pastor Wiley Drake was Taitz's first plaintiff

Still, the question remains: Where’s the birth certificate? In fact, there’s an electronic billboard in Buena Park, off Interstate 5 near Beach Boulevard, asking that very question. It’s owned by World Net Daily; one of its reporters, Les Kinsolving, brought the issue up at a White House press briefing on May 27. “It’s on the Internet,” Obama spokesman Robert Gibbs chuckled. “I certainly hope by the fourth year of our administration that we’ll have dealt with this burgeoning birth controversy.”

Aside from World Net Daily, more traditional conservative media sources—not to mention politicians—have condemned the birth-certificate question as a waste of time. In January, talk-show host Michael Medved classified Taitz and the other eligibility attorneys as “crazy, nutburger, demagogue, money-hungry, exploitive, irresponsible, filthy conservative imposters.” Taitz sent him a letter demanding a retraction.

Even if Obama’s long-form, original birth certificate were to be made public, though, the questions from Taitz and others wouldn’t stop. Because there’s a second argument: that there’s no way that Obama could fit the definition of a “natural-born citizen.” By turning to Swiss philosophy texts read by the Founding Fathers, citing the infamous Scott v. Sanford Supreme Court decision as precedent (which denied citizenship to former slave Dred Scott and was later overturned) and disqualifying the presidency of Chester A. Arthur, Taitz is able to claim that a baby can only be a natural-born citizen if both parents were American citizens at the time of the baby’s birth. Obama’s Kenyan father was a British subject.

While mainstream news sources such as Politifact and have tried to debunk the bulk of the eligibility argument, the best place to see all the evidence is at the coterie of “anti-birther” websites that have sprung up., for example, meticulously examines each and every eligibility claim, almost wholly relying on original research and primary documents. goes through eligibility lawsuits and argues with them, point by point.

It sometimes seems as though the “anti-birther” community is just as obsessed as the people it keeps an eye on. On, there’s an entire forum devoted to Taitz, complete with topics such as “Orly’s Facebook Page” and “How Long Until Orly’s Breakdown?” At, bloggers provide regular updates on the latest birther activities, with some choice digs at the “nitrous-huffing,” “cavity creep” that is Orly Taitz.

“It’s just fascinating,” says Bob Haggard, a frequent poster on Politijab’s Orly Taitz forum. “She runs around the country doing things that amount to absolutely nothing. She tells her followers that she ‘files’ all sorts of documents, but she never files anything. She drops stuff off.”

Patrick McKinnion of Yes to Democracy puts it a different way: “There’s a certain amount of fascination with unbridled insanity, and that’s what you’re seeing with the birthers: a level of hatred that borders, if not absolutely pole-vaults, into insanity.”

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Orly Taitz owes any fame she has to the Internet, so when her blogs started acting strangely, she got upset. In the first months of 2009, she posted updates about her legal cases on both and But they would become unavailable without notice, and users would face porn pop-ups and warnings that they were entering a site that could damage their computer. Worse, the PayPal account she used to raise donations wouldn’t accept new contributions. Like any law-abiding citizen would, she sent complaints about these “cyber-crimes” to the local police, the FBI and the Supreme Court of the United States.

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Obama's birthright is extremely critical to his eligibility to be President. It is not the most important or pressing issue with this President, however. As Phil Berg put it in his book "Orly Taitz is watering down the real issues by pursuing Obama's birthright." He goes on to say that "she may even be working for Obama to dismiss all 'birther's' as nuts." Obama's citizenship is the least offensive crime he has committed. His illegally forcing U.S.citizens’ to buy private insurance, and implementing a "tax" on those who don't buy it is probably the most egregious of his crimes. Then he lets loose all the illegal alien criminals who promptly go off on a killing spree. And, what has he done about OPEC dumping cheap oil in an effort to put American oil drilling and fracking companies out of business? I could go on until I run out of characters, but you get the point. I don't understand how it is possible that not ONE out of our 300 plus million citizens has been able to date to get this criminal out of office and into prison where he belongs!

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"Taitz smiled and pontificated in her Eastern European accent about the clerks of the Supreme Court whom she believed had been sabotaging her lawsuits."

 "who" not whom, you Mrs. Grundy.  Doesn't anybody 'roud here play this game?

It's the subject of "been sabotaging," not the object of "believed."



It is not a question of obsession-but it is the biggest scam in history- The American people have been deceived by the biggest FRAUD in history- To some people who are not overly concerned- well they should be concerned- The only president to hide his past history and it cost his backers (controllers) millions to hide everything and many more millions to keep it out of the newspapers & TV-


Very interesting and intriguing piece.

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