This statement by the Australian Chief of Army just begs to for me to blow the dust of this blog with an actual new post.
My favorite line:
If that does not suit you, than get out. You may find another employer where your attitude and behavior is acceptable, but I doubt it.
Pamela Barnett is again pushing for Orly by publishing an article asking readers to contact a judge in Arizona and ask him to sign Orly’s order to compel Arpaio and Zullo to testify in her Indiana case.
Can some people call Maricopa County, AZ, superior court and ask for the emergency motions judge on duty and ask him/her to sign order to compel Arpaio and Zullo to appear at trial? We need to make sure that this motion comes to the attention of the emergency judge today.
Somebody is not learning from her attorney’s conduct in the Keyes/Barnett v Obama case. From Judge Carter’s ruling:
Taitz encouraged her supporters to contact this Court, both via letters and phone calls. It was improper and unethical for her as an attorney to encourage her supporters to attempt to influence this Court’s decision.
Pamela apparently wishes to follow the actions of her dear leader.
On a side note, will this mean that the Birther Ballot Challenge will line up on the Orly side of the brewing Birther cage match?
Update: The calling must not have been enough. As of December 30, the Indiana case is still dismissed and Taitz v. Arpaio is still docketed in the Maricopa County Superior Court but no other activity.
Birther Rudy has always been a little hard to listen to for extended periods, but in his latest video, using the Closed Caption, you can see what he is really thinking:
This is the most normal thing I have heard from him.