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November 26, 2008



Just a drive-by post.
I wish all you JOMers a very happy thanksgiving and all the best wishes for the new year.

hit and run

Hope all is well with you and yours, hoopster.

Good to hear from you.


Hey Hoosier - we miss you.


Ditto all--from rainy Los Angeles.


Thanks for the greetings Jane on KV...and Happy Thanksgiving to one and all...I am sitting at my desk counting the moments to go home, though I am doing dinner this year so it is home to cook..




To: Electoral College, Congress of the United States, Federal Elections Commission, U.S. Supreme Court, President of the United States, other controlling legal authorities

Whereas, by requirement of the United States Constitution, Article 2, Section 1, no one can be sworn into office as president of the United States without being a natural born citizen;

Whereas, there is sufficient controversy within the citizenry of the United States as to whether presidential election winner Barack Obama was actually born in Hawaii as he claims;

Whereas, Barack Obama has refused repeated calls to release publicly his entire Hawaiian birth certificate, which would include the actual hospital that performed the delivery;

Whereas, lawsuits filed in several states seeking only proof of the basic minimal standard of eligibility have been rebuffed;

Whereas, Hawaii at the time of Obama's birth allowed births that took place in foreign countries to be registered in Hawaii;

Whereas, concerns that our government is not taking this constitutional question seriously will result in diminished confidence in our system of free and fair elections;


The above article appears on WorldNetDaily.

robert rubin

where's my 40 acres and a mule, dammit?


Hey, wasn't $252B about the cost of the Marshall Plan in current dollars? Close enough.

not again...

AdrianS: still? seriously?



Do you mind providing the birth certificate to someone who isn't working at the Annenberg Challenge based in Chicago for us?

We need to put an end to this right now. Just let people see the birth certificate already - I'm really getting angry about this. This is not going away. He is going to have to show it to us. I won't accept him as President until he does.

Soylent Red

Very quickly before heading into the holiday weekend (and pressing on past my recent 40th birthday)...

Happy Thanksgiving to all. I find it odd that, for myself anyway, I am more inclined to being thankful when I am in times of relative uncertainty. This year certainly seems to fit the bill.

Additionally, check out this most excellent piece on why the promise of Obama just ain't gonna happen.


polarik.blogtownhall.com for Ron Polarik's last word on the forged COLB.


Oh, yeah, H/t to Mitchell Langbert and Contrairimairi.


Interesting COLB article, Kim.


It is still not explained why he put up a forged certificate on his 'Fight the Smears' site, and has spent $800,000 fighting the legal efforts to get him to show his vault copy, long form, birth certificate.


Please, Supreme Court, please.


A true conundrum...


I just don't see why the Supreme Court won't make him show it, or ask the Electoral College to make him show it. It's a Constitutional requirement.

Jim Ryan

I find it odd that, for myself anyway, I am more inclined to being thankful when I am in times of relative uncertainty.

Not odd. The reason to be thankful is that you're alive in this world. Ease distracts from that reason. Trick is to keep that in mind and stay thankful when you're on easy street.


Happy B Day, Soylent..


They say if you're not beautiful by twenty, strong by thirty, rich by forty and wise by fifty then you'll never be beautiful, strong, rich, or wise. Well, though I didn't know it I was beautiful at twenty, I felt strong by thirty, I was out of debt by forty, (that's relatively rich), but fifty is long past and I'm just getting more and more foolish. Oh well, a good run while it lasted.

Many, many happy returns, soldier boy.


Now, wait a minute. Texas Darlin' has it that the Supreme Court has scheduled a 'full conference' for a case from Leo Donofrio about the issue of Obama's native citizenship. There are 250 comments over there so I might be awhile.


Well, they are pretty worked up over there. Leo Donofrio is apparently under protection now after receiving threats. American Thinker has an article today about this stuff, written by Joe the Farmer. Oh, clarice, put down that granddaughter for a moment and read up.


A third case was docketed today: Wrotnowski v. Bysiewicz.

They're gonna have to address this issue.


Interestinger and interestinger. Pam Geller's blog, Atlas Shrugs, has been blacklisted by google. She has been hot all over the birth certificate stuff. Details around comment #237 at the 'Death of an Institution' thread at TexasDarlin'.

JM Hanes

Texas Darlin


Thanks, JM. It's TJ's comment at 11:45 PM on 11/26.


Oh, and the thread is 'An Institution Dies'.


Happy birthday, Soylent Red! You certainly kept it hush hush on the qt.


There's also an interesting comment by AliKat at 11:42 PM about a Mr. Danny Bickell, SCOTUS stay clerk who improperly took it upon himself to reject a stay application on 11/3.

Interestinger and interestinger and INTERESTINGER.


Happy Birthday, Soylent!!!

The ladies at JOM give thanks to you everyday. Oh, look at the time.

Happy Thanksgiving to Everyone at JOM.


Happy Thanksgiving to Everyone at JOM.

Seconded, with much feeling.


Mitchell Langbert is acting up like Iowahawk. He says the Democrats want to change the name from 'Thanksgiving Day' to 'Resentment Day' and has a hilarious lineup of quotes from prominent Democrats to that effect.

hit and run

Happy birthday, Soylent!

And happy Thanksgiving to all .

Each and every one of you is greatly loved, and I give thanks for knowing you, even if in most cases here only through these here tubes.

Let the cooking that precedes the eating that coincides with the football watching along with the beer drinking begin.

Life really is good. Could be better, I'm sure. But it could be a whole lot worse before it became necessary or even justified to complain.

I'm very thankful.

Rick Ballard

Newy Yorkers are very displeased with the Zombiegroup reanimation. Withdrawing deposits would be a nice gesture of disapproval. Kinda like not buying a DemYugo made by ZombieMotors.

At what point will the consumer strike be considered a national referendum by the productive upon Obama led Democrats? When Brother George moves into an Obamaville similar to that in which he lives in Kenya?


Andy Martin is refiling his Birth Certificate case in Hawai'i alleging that the court made a mockery of judicial process. Details at Mitchell Langbert's blog.

Rick Ballard

Chinese sleight of hand.

The central government is financing nearly 30 percent of the headline figure itself and hopes to drum up the remainder from local authorities, state-owned banks and businesses.

The media bought the initial Politburo babble about China's umpty gazillion "stimulus" package hook line and sinker. Watch it shrink from 30% of umpty gazillion to 5% to heavy machine guns firing into crowds of the unemployed.

Economic growth forecasts regarding an economy which is dependent upon exports to the tune of 38% of the total are chimerical in nature but there's always the chance that a chimera will turn up in Times Square tomorrow morning. Just as there is a chance that China's economy will not collapse.


They are already rioting in nerf factories.

Rick Ballard


There comes a time when even the most flexible employees are squeezed beyond their limits - that's when the cries of "Enerf is enerf" fill the air (along with a lot of sponge rubber).

Here is another example of central planning at its finest. China is also refusing to sign the final documents on an order for 150 planes from Airbus. Another sign that the subemerging markets probably aren't going to carry the ball very far.


World Net Daily now has the story of Pam Geller's 'Atlas Shrugs' blog being censored by google. Eric Schmidt of Google is going into Obama's administration. For what, I wonder.

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