Simon Cowell is such a small person at times, that not even Paula Abdul can bear to be seated next to him



Megan Joy Corkrey

Megan Joy kept her composure in spite of Cowell’s words which were meant to be hurtful.

Megan probably wishes she hadn’t said what she did.

But Cowell is so easily offended and such a child that he made her exit as painful as possible. What a Dick!



From watchai33423

April 02, 2009

From formerlyrusselites

April 02, 2009

“I love you, Simon, but I don’t care,” Corkrey retaliated Wednesday.

A miffed Cowell got the last word, even though she had been one of the judges’ wild-card picks: “Megan, with the greatest respect, when you said that you don’t care, nor do we. … This is your swan song. Enjoy it.”

(If you didn’t watch live Wednesday night, you really have to watch the video just to see how big of a Dick Cowell really was.)

52 Responses to “Simon Cowell is such a small person at times, that not even Paula Abdul can bear to be seated next to him”

  1. patriotamy Says:

    Just peeking in to ‘catch up’. Thanks so much for all that you and others do on this board to inform.

    Every day I drop in, read what has been posted, try to hit all the links. What an education we have all gotten in the past 8 or 9 months!!

    Thanks again!! 😀

  2. patriotamy Says:

    hmmmmmm.. Looks like I was FIRST!!

  3. rosettasister Says:

    hey, amy!

    thanks for dropping by!


  4. JAC Says:

    one way to tell BO he stinks…..

  5. Katie Says:

    Watch it and weep. This really is a big deal – and the world knows it.
    (Remember the outcry and media attention when Bush walked hand in hand with the Saudi?) As disgusting as that was, this is so much worse for the message it sends. Any word from the MSM? Crickets…

    A few of the Comments that I thought were right on target.

    On April 2nd, 2009 at 2:06 pm, jdubya said:

    You know, I remember when I was in Boy Scouts (the paramilitary organization that offends all non-white people) I was grilled about US protocol:

    1. Do not bow to royalty or a foreign power.
    2. Do not lower the flag to royalty or a foreign power.
    3. When in doubt, review items 1 and 2.

    I guess if you spent all your youth in Indonesia studying the Koran, you might not have learned that in Boy Scouts. I am beginning to wonder what this guy actually thinks of himself.

    On April 2nd, 2009 at 2:43 pm, MNUSMCDavid said:

    As I mentioned on another thread, I served on Embassy duty and what Barry Soetoro did was a deliberate and obvious breach of respect for American sovereignty and values. We were instructed NEVER to bow or curtsy to anyone anywhere, even on that person’s territory. When I was on color guard, the US flag never dipped, ever.


    On April 2nd, 2009 at 2:54 pm, Flyoverman said:

    During the 1936 Olympics, there was a plan for each nation to dip its colors in salute as it passed Hitler’s reviewing stand. Only one nation did not dip their flag; The United States.

    We revere our Flag and our Constitution. The military only salutes the President, because he is the Commander in Chief. To all others, he is a public servant. Our President does not merit a bow or a salute and because of that we should never bow or salute any foreign leader.

  6. rosettasister Says:

    My mind is in the gutter today.

    “Biggus Dickus”

  7. rosettasister Says:

    Approve 56

    Disapprove 44

  8. calli Says:

    Hi Rosetta,
    How are you? I have been so busy lately, but wanted to say hi!! I watched american idol last night and heard those comments!!! I think Simon wants to get a reaction from everyone!!
    What do you think about Larry ending his site?? Kinda sad but I guess we all have to adjust to change!! Hopefully your site will remain!!!

  9. LadyTexan Says:

    Hot Damn…. Glenn Beck is coming to Texas for the San Antonio Tax Day Tea Party!!

  10. rosettasister Says:

    calli Says:
    April 2, 2009 at 9:40 pm

    What do you think about Larry ending his site??


    I wasn’t aware of that, calli.

    Thanks for clueing me in.

    Of course I don’t know Larry’s motivations, but I’ve been thinking to myself for a while now that I wish Larry would go back to his life before all of this.

    Let me clarify.

    I remember listening to Larry for the very first time. He seemed such a jovial, happy-go-lucky person.

    This whole process has changed Larry.

    Of course it has.

    He’s done enough, he’s done all he could.

    Obama is never going to admit the crack cocaine use or the down low stuff.

    I think the reason Larry has held on as long as he has is because of the memory of Donald Young.

    As far as I know, it’s still an open murder investigation.

    And so long as that is the case, Chicago PD cannot comment.

    Larry and I didn’t always reach the same conclusions, but we did agree on one thing.

    I agree that Donald Young’s murder was meant to look like a hate crime, but in fact he was silenced.

    I just want Larry to be happy in the time he has left on this earth.

  11. rosettasister Says:

    Please look at the charts on this page:

    Dollar Debasement

    Vol. 2 No. 3 Page 5

    See also:

    February 26, 2009

    Gold: Plus Ca Change, Plus Ca Reste La Meme Chose

    John Ing believes gold is the new currency

    Addiction to Debt

    And where will the Treasury find all those dollars in order to pay for the world’s first trillion deficit? There is only one answer. The Treasury has been printing money and flooding the banking system with cash without sterilizing the monetary consequences. Since August, the Fed has tripled its balance sheet by taking on the toxic assets of Wall Street and acquiring stakes in banks. And despite spending trillions to restore consumer confidence, the economy is still sinking. Moreover, government revenues have slipped as the private sector copes with the meltdown so the budgetary deficit itself will be even bigger. Easy money is not the panacea.

    America’s dream was built on cheap credit and the US is going even deeper into debt to dig itself out of its economic hole. Multi-year trillion dollar deficits and dollar debasement will not solve this crisis since the cure for the credit bust is not more credit.

    The root of the current crisis lies in excessive debt, cheap money and the monetary excess that led to a boom and the inevitable bust. Following the Second World War, public debt stood at 100 percent of GDP to finance the rebuilding of America. America’s public debt to GDP ratio could approach 60 percent next year up from 38 percent today. However, including housing-related private debt, the ratio of private and public debt to gross domestic product was a whopping 358 percent in the third quarter, surpassing the peak in 1933.

    To finance this growing deficit the US Treasury must issue record debt. Already yields on 10 year Treasuries rose to almost 3 percent up from just over 2 percent at yearend. The rise in yields has pushed 30 year mortgages up, causing the Fed to consider capping rates by purchasing debt as they did in the Great Depression.

  12. peppermintpatty777 Says:

    Hi Rosie and the Gang, sorry but I’ve been so busy I’ve not been much here lately. Just wanted to let you all know if you want to let the world know what you think about B.Ob. you can go right now to www and vote. When I voted, he has 39% of American voting him at an F and only 37 voting him at an A –go vote!

    Wish I could say all that I’m thinking, but know at this time it’s best not to. But, keep the colors true, and keep the land free!

  13. rosettasister Says:

    Here’s that link.

    Thanks, Patty!

  14. Tenacity Says:

    You look like you’re dying.
    Actually, I’m feelin’ betta.

  15. rosettasister Says:

    Actually, I’m feelin’ betta.


    glad to hear you’re feeling better, Ten!

  16. rosettasister Says:

    I finally found this. Since CBO came out with their revised forecasts,

    FY 2009 – 13.1

    FY 2010 – 9.6

    After that, God only knows!

    I still believe we need a great big chart going all the way back to at least the 1930s.

    The American people need to understand that if Obama gets his way on the FY 2010 Budget, the projected deficits really are unprecedented.

    And the Repubs are not doing a good job of making us understand.

    Why not?!

    The Dems say where were you when Bush was doubling the deficit.

    Look at Bush’s numbers:

    2001 1.3
    2002 -1.5
    2003 -3.4
    2004 -3.6
    2005 -2.6
    2006 -1.9
    2007 -1.2
    2008 -3.2

    Earth to Congress. When your revenues are higher, you can afford to take on more debt!!!

    For the life of me, I cannot understand why Judd Gregg and the other Repubs aren’t explaining things better!

    Reagan’s highest number was – 5.7. That’s when the Dems were yelling that Reagan was going to bankrupt America!

    Obama did inherit -8.3 from Bush for FY 2009. Anything higher than that is all Obama.


    Standardized-Budget Deficit or Surplus and Related Series, 1980 to 2008

    1980 -2.7
    1981 -2.5
    1982 -3.8
    1983 -5.7
    1984 -4.7
    1985 -5.1
    1986 -5.0
    1987 -3.2
    1988 -3.1
    1989 -2.8

    1990 -3.9
    1991 -4.4
    1992 -4.5
    1993 -3.8
    1994 -2.9
    1995 -2.2
    1996 -1.4
    1997 -0.3
    1998 0.8
    1999 1.4

    2000 2.5
    2001 1.3
    2002 -1.5
    2003 -3.4
    2004 -3.6
    2005 -2.6
    2006 -1.9
    2007 -1.2
    2008 -3.2

    Obama inherited

    2009 -8.3

    (Thanks to Obama and Specter, Snowe and Collins this has already grown to at least -13.5)

    2010 -4.9 (This projected deficit has also ballooned, but I don’t recall the exact number)

    By 2013 Obama says this number will be down to 3.0 percent of GDP.

    So instead of tackling the problem he inherited, he compounded the problem into uncharted territory.

    And now he claims he can turn this around in less than four years when his tax policies are sure to decrease revenues.

    Can’t be done.

    Unless Obama is born-again and turns into a supply-sider overnight.

  17. Tenacity Says:

    I hope you didn’t think I was ill…it was just a Monty Python thing.

    Like…Incuntaleius Dickus.

  18. rosettasister Says:

    Tenacity Says:
    April 2, 2009 at 11:21 pm

    I hope you didn’t think I was ill…it was just a Monty Python thing.

    Like…Incuntaleius Dickus.


    LOL! I’m gonna have to work on a comeback for that one!

  19. rosettasister Says:

    Here’s one for Simon Cowell, besides Biggus Dickus, of course!

    Smallus Phallus!

    Sorry, I really have to do penance now!

  20. inspirational Says:

    from atlas shrugs

    Is anyone watching this? He is speaking at the G20 summit, taking questions from the press. He appears to be cracking up, melting right in front of my eyes. Stuttering, losing focus. It’s painful to watch.
    Taking forever …. to say nothing. He sneezes and loses his train of thought.

    UPDATE: So now he goes off the prepared list of reporters questions and takes random questions. He says he’ll take a question from a “foreigner” – realizes his gaffe and says ….” I am the foreigner”.

    He says he doesn’t want to be accused of gender bias (ha ha) and he picks a woman whom I believe he thinks is a Muslim. She’s not. She’s an Indian and asks O, when he met with the Indian Prime Minister, what was discussed to fight the terrorism against India coming from Pakistan (Bingo!).

    Obama can’t answer. Starts to compliment the magnificence of the Indian prime minister, and she agrees. The crowd doesn’t like that the journalist supports her PM – Obama shoots back, did you have something to do with him getting elected? (Strange is not the word.) And then says, just kidding.

    As if the media didn’t put the Mansourian candidate in the White House.

    He avoids answering ………..stutters, talks about many things and then goes off on carbon footprints. I kid you not. If anyone grabs a video of that exchange, please forward.

    Conference over. Weak applause. What an embarrassment.

  21. inspirational Says:

    transcript here

  22. sdee Says:

    Leo has a new post on the Georgia Grand Jury.

  23. Tenacity Says:

    Leo has a new post of the Grand Jury:

  24. Tenacity Says:

    sorry sdee, I didn’t see your post. I was just on the phone with Carl Swenson in Georgia and a lady confronted him about Leo’s new post.

  25. trends watch Says:

    trend watch : Simon Cowell is such a small person at times, that not even Paula ……

    …5 Responses to “Simon Cowell is such a small person at times, that not even Paula Abdul can bear to be seated next to him”. patriotamy Says: April……

  26. sdee Says:

    Michael Phelps comments on training with Navy Seals:

  27. Troy Says:

    Look here

  28. Troy Says:

    Have a look at the NWO Three Stooges.

    After the G-20 Meeting/Circle Jerk, the U.S. economy/banking system is now formally bound by INTERNATIONAL REGULATION via the IMF (International Monetary Fund).
    Do you understand what I just said?….I will try it this way; Any and every decision made by the U.S. regarding our money is subject to the rules set forth by the IMF….This means that we are no longer a sovereign nation and that we are controlled by the Tri-Lateral Commission’s IMF / Banking Cartel….I told everyone to keep a close eye on what transpired at the international circle jerk / G 20 meeting….Now that our money is being controlled by the international banking mafia, next will be our military, and make no mistake about it, it will be in just a matter of time…All U.S. military action will be controled by the U.N. and U.N. military forces will one day soon patrol our streets….Yeah, I know there is no way and it’s total bullshit, right?….You’ll see, just give it some time and marvel with your own eyes at our new Amerika.

  29. JAC Says:


    CHICAGO – Since 2002, even before he was first elected governor that November, and continuing until he was arrested on Dec. 9, 2008, former Illinois Gov. Rod R. Blagojevich and a circle of his closest aides and advisors allegedly engaged in a wide-ranging scheme to deprive the people of Illinois of honest government, according to a 19-count indictment returned today by a federal grand jury. Blagojevich, 52, of Chicago, was charged with 16 felony counts, including racketeering conspiracy, wire fraud, extortion conspiracy, attempted extortion and making false statements to federal agents. He allegedly used his office in numerous matters involving state appointments, business, legislation and pension fund investments to seek or obtain such financial benefits as money, campaign contributions, and employment for himself and others, in exchange for official actions, including trying to leverage his authority to appoint a United States Senator, announced Patrick J. Fitzgerald, United States Attorney for the Northern District of Illinois.

    full press release

  30. jc Says:

    Good Morning Troy,
    I finally get what you have been saying for a long time. Thank you for the early warning.

    I think this is exactly what Dick Morris said last night on Greta. This is big news but barely a reaction from anyone. I don’t think Greta understands the ramifications of what Dick told her.

    Dick was on Hannity a couple of night ago and said the G20 blueprint included the coordination of international regulation. He stated the FED/ SEC would be under the control of the IMF. The Europeans would be calling the shots.

  31. Troy Says:

    Since when does a U.S. president bow down to a Saudi King or anyone else for that matter?…Maybe Obama was just offering up his big ass ears as handles for the Saudi to latch on to so that Obama could pull a Sinclair on him.

  32. Troy Says:

    Good morning JAC!!!….I’m glad to see that I’m not the only one who caught that little tid bit from Morris last night…Thanks for the video link…I have been looking for it.

  33. Troy Says:

    Listen here to Rush speak about Obama selling us out to the European IMF regulators.

  34. rosettasister Says:

    Good morning, America!

    Here’s what Dick Morris said on Hannity’s America:

  35. JAC Says:

    Hey Troy 🙂

    Got to dash to work……. I read everyones posts everyday…. I have just been having a week from hell.. feel like I have been chasing my own tail…..

  36. Troy Says:

    Lmaoooo!!!!!!!!… saw the same way that I saw it. 😀

  37. rosettasister Says:


    I’m trying to be good, but you’re not making it easy for me!

    I already have to say 10 Our Father’s and 5 Hail Mary’s!

  38. Troy Says:

    rosettasister Says:

    April 3, 2009 at 3:17 pm

    I’m trying to be good, but you’re not making it easy for me!

    I already have to say 10 Our Father’s and 5 Hail Mary’s!
    Hehehe 😀

  39. rosettasister Says:

    What really happened in the Senate last night

    Kudos to Ben Nelson and Evan Bayh!

    Just say no to reconciliation!


    Obama goals on hold in budget


    The record $3.6 trillion budget plan that passed in the House by a 233-196 vote gives congressional Democrats the option to use a parliamentary short cut to push through Mr. Obama’s top policy goals and avoid a filibuster by Senate Republicans. The Senate budget version, which passed 55-43, does not include the fast-track procedure known as “reconciliation.”

    No Republicans in either chamber voted for the budgets, while 20 House Democrats and two Senate Democrats Sens. Ben Nelson of Nebraska and Evan Bayh of Indiana voted against it.

    While broadly tracking Mr. Obama’s budget proposal, the House and Senate versions fell short of administration hopes on a number of fronts.

    Mr. Obama suffered another setback Thursday when the Senate voted 51-48 to cut the estate tax rate much deeper than he had proposed. Ten Democrats joined all 41 Republicans in supporting the change.

    Where Mr. Obama wanted a 45 percent rate for couples with estates of $7 million or more, the Senate agreed to exempt $10 million estates and to set a rate of 35 percent. The move will force lawmakers to find $100 billion over 10 years from elsewhere in the budget.

    Earlier this week, the Senate voted 67-31 against allowing Mr. Obama’s plan to curb greenhouse gas emissions to be considered on the budget fast-track process.

    The overwhelming vote is not binding on the House and Senate negotiators who will write the final compromise, but Republicans said the strong opposition will go a long way toward tying Democrats’ hands.

    But the vote also suggests that getting any major energy bill passed, even under normal rules, will be difficult which was one reason Democratic leaders were eager to use the fast-track option and cut off a filibuster.

    “If you want to eliminate the need for a United States Senate, all you have to do is bring these bills through reconciliation. Then you avoid that requirement of 60 votes,” said Sen. Mike Johanns, Nebraska Republican.

    Senate Finance Committee Chairman Max Baucus last week predicted “partisan warfare” if Democrats on Capitol Hill pushed to ram health care reforms through Congress using the reconciliation process.

    But the Montana Democrat’s rhetoric on reconciliation softened this week when Mr. Baucus said he wouldn’t take the option “off the table.”

    The sharp party breakdown on the final House vote was another blow to Mr. Obama’s early hopes of bipartisan support for his economic program.

    A Republican alternative plan, which would have spent less and tackled entitlements, fell on a vote of 293-173.

    “Yes, we need to cut spending,” said Rep. Paul D. Ryan, Wisconsin Republican and author of the Republican budget. “Wow, I said it. Holy cow in Washington.”

    Congress will hammer out the differences between the two chambers’ resolutions when it returns from recess in mid-April.

  40. rosettasister Says:

    International relations expert rates President Obama’s performance at G20 summit

  41. rosettasister Says:

    Watch Greta’s full interview with Sen. Judd Gregg

  42. rosettasister Says:

    Critics claim Harold Koh’s legal views threaten American democracy

  43. rosettasister Says:

    London Loves Obama and I love this sexy member of the European Parliament!

  44. rosettasister Says:

    James Pethokoukis

    Obama’s Cap-and-Trade Plan Goes Cold

    So , in the end, a carbon tax may end up the better route for Democrats, especially if they fully offset it with a cut in payroll taxes or some such. But, of course, Dems want to use those $200 billion in revenues for both energy investment and, perhaps, to fund healthcare reform.

    FASB, Mark-to-Market, and the Geithner Plan

    In other words, there was a fear among banks that selling some assets at firesale prices would force them to mark down all their mortgage assets, even if meant to held until maturity.

    Is America Really a Third-World Country?

    Large budget deficits also directly raise inflation expectations.

    This would help Bernanke avoid deflation, but there is a great danger that unstable inflation expectations will become self-fulfilling.

    We do not want to become more like Argentina in 2001-2002 or Russia in 1998, when currencies collapsed and inflation soared.

    Easy to manufacture, tough to eliminate — especially without causing a double-dip recession.

  45. rosettasister Says:

    Mark Steyn with Hugh Hewitt

    Listen here:

    Hugh talks politics with Columnist To the World Mark Steyn, with Minnesota Congressman John Kline, and then talks foreign policy with Frank Gaffney.

    [audio src="" /]


    Mark Steyn on the Bow, the I-pod, and the Sting


    HH: Have they done…another massive infusion of cash out of nowhere on the international stage, I think the number is $5 trillion today…

    MS: Right.

    HH: …taking us close to $20 trillion dollars of invented money, I like to say, in the last six months.

    MS: Yes, and in fact, the best point on this was Angela Merkel’s, the German chancellor, she made the point that there’s a difference.

    The United States is sticking it to its kids and grandkids.

    I’m the demography bore, but I was pleased to see Frau Merkel essentially make my point that the Germans and the Japanese and a lot of other people cannot simply add to the national debt in the way that Obama is doing, because they have this demographic crisis.

    And in effect, you know, Germany and Japan and Italy and Russia are in net population decline.

    There’s going to be an ever-smaller number of people around in the next generation to try and pay off this debt.

    And the important point about that is that the sinister foreigners out there who buy a lot of debt in the United States, the Chinese for example, the Chinese well understand the reality of that situation in Germany and Japan.

    So I think the idea that simply governments can borrow their way out of this crisis, that these aren’t Keynesian times.

  46. rosettasister Says:

    It’s true I have been fixated on the deficit debacle. But I know some of you are military and have a deep and abiding interest in Iraq and Afghanistan.

    So I thought some may have an interest in the following.

    The reason I’m so fixated on the economy is because if we continue down this path of ever-increasing indebtedness, we certainly won’t be able to afford the required level of spending to prosecute these wars properly.

    And if we’re not going to do this right, I say bring our people home!

    I hope President Obama means it when he says we will defeat you.

    He seems to.

    Half-hearted efforts on the battlefield make for more bloodshed on both sides.

    And you know the cynic in me believes that it is the intention of some on the left to make us a less mighty nation.

    To rein us in as it were.

    Having said that I always learn something from Hugh and his guests.


    Listen here:

    Hugh talks about the massive budget deficits about to be approved by the Democratic majority in the Senate with Jon Kyl of Arizona and Jeff Sessions of Alabama. Hugh also talks North Korea, Iran and Afghanistan with Max Boot of the Council On Foreign Relations, and then the good, bad and odd with humorist, columnist and blogger James Lileks.

    [audio src="" /]


    CFR’s Max Boot on Afghanistan, Israel/Iran and Pakistan

    Listen here:

    After a replay of the Mark Steyn interview, Hugh talks politics with the Young Guns, foreign policy with Brookings scholar Michael O’Hanlon, and then gets an in-studio visit from contributors Janu & The Whalesharks.

    [audio src="" /]


    Brookings’ Michael O’Hanlon on North Korean, Israel/Iran, and Afghanistan

  47. rosettasister Says:

    Social Security: There Is No Trust; There Is No Fund

    Obama’s $9.3 Trillion Budget Deficit

    Inquiring minds are pondering Obama budget could bring $9.3 trillion in deficits .

    President Barack Obama’s budget would produce $9.3 trillion in deficits over the next decade, more than four times the deficits of Republican George W. Bush’s presidency, congressional auditors said Friday.

    The new Congressional Budget Office figures offered a far more dire outlook for Obama’s budget than the new administration predicted just last month — a deficit $2.3 trillion worse. It’s a prospect even the president’s own budget director called unsustainable.

    The dismal deficit figures, if they prove to be accurate, inevitably raise the prospect that Obama and his Democratic allies controlling Congress would have to consider raising taxes after the recession ends or else pare back his agenda.

    By CBO’s calculation, Obama’s budget would generate deficits averaging almost $1 trillion a year of red ink over 2010-2019.

    Worst of all, CBO says the deficit under Obama’s policies would never go below 4 percent of the size of the economy, figures that economists agree are unsustainable. By the end of the decade, the deficit would exceed 5 percent of gross domestic product, a dangerously high level.

    Most disturbing to Obama allies like Senate Budget Committee Chairman Kent Conrad, D-N.D., are the longer term projections, which climb above $1 trillion again by the end of the next decade and approach 6 percent of GDP by 2019.

    The worsening economy is responsible for the even deeper fiscal mess inherited by Obama. As an illustration, CBO says the deficit for the current budget year, which began Oct. 1, will top $1.8 trillion, $93 billion more than foreseen by the White House. That would equal 13 percent of GDP, a level not seen since World War II.

  48. rosettasister Says:


  49. inspirational Says:

    Dr. Taitz is doing a great job….

    open letter to the Supreme court-request for cooperation with the FBI investigation Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ
    26302 La Paz ste 211
    Mission Viejo CA 92691


    Chief Justice Roberts,
    Supreme Court of the United States;
    Associate Justices of the Supreme Court;
    William K. Sutton Chief clerk
    of the Supreme Court;
    Officer Christine Giaccio,
    officer in charge Supreme Court of United States;
    Gilbert Shaw,
    Secret service agent
    Supreme Court of the United States

    Open letter, request for cooperation in FBI investigation

    Dear ladies and gentlemen,

    This is to inform you that I have filed a complaint with the FBI relating to a number of crimes, including cyber crimes that I and my clients have encountered while pursuing legal actions of illegitimacy for presidency of Mr. Barack Hussein Obama. On the matter of cyber crimes, the case was referred to the cyber crimes unit at the Santa Ana, Orange County FBI, at 901 Civic center Dr. W., Santa Ana CA. The officer in charge of my case is FBI Agent Nathan Reed, 714-245-5328, 310-710-3459. One of the Cyber Crimes reported, was erasing from the exterior docket of the Supreme Court all mention of my case Lightfoot v Bowen questioning legitimacy of Obama for presidency. Particularly egregious was the fact that the case was erased on January 21, when the Supreme Court first opened after inauguration of Obama and it was reentered back on the docket only on January 22, towards the end of the day, right before the conference on the morning January, the 23rd.
    According to FBI Agent Nathan Reed, even though, the docket is related to my case, technically the Supreme Court was the victim of hacking and he needs cooperation from the Supreme court, as a victim organization to investigate the mater of the case being erased from it’s exterior docket. I request from the Supreme Court a letter of such cooperation with my complaint. This is particularly important in light of the fact that there is a common denominator in a number of cyber crimes committed, such as:
    1. there was a hacking into my foundation pay-pal account, where my e-mail address was changed with a scope of impeding receipt of donations
    2. sabotage of my previous web site/blog, where the blog would crush upon comment entry, flushing virus messages, and diversion of traffic to porn sites
    3. constant sabotage and hacking into my new site/blog
    4. creation of an impostor site for officer Scott Easterling, with the scope of assassinating the character of the active military officer in Iraq, who happens to be a lead plaintiff in Obama ineligibility legal action
    5. erasing of my wikipedia page and source having a banner on his page, showing hanging of Saddam Hussein
    6. fabricating a decision of a Virginia judge, claiming proper vetting of Obama’s birth certificate and posting this fraudulent decision on the Internet on November 3rd, one day before the National election with the scope of committing massive fraud of American voters.
    All of these cyber crimes, together with all the other crimes that are handled separately, have one common denominator- concerted effort to put Obama in the White House and keep him there by virtue of fraud and concealment of all of his records.
    I hope that the Supreme Court will show proper cooperation in investigation of such crimes by the FBI and other agencies and I request a letter of cooperation to that extend. Refusal to provide such letter of cooperation will amount to obstruction of Justice and aiding and abetting all of the above crimes.


    Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ

    cc Senator Leahy, Senate Judiciary Committee
    cc Senator Specter Ranking Member Senate Judiciary Committee
    cc Senator Reid -senate Majority leader
    cc Senator Kyl -Senate Minority leader
    cc Nanci Pelosi, Speaker of the House
    cc Eric Holder, department of Justice
    cc Elena Kagan, Solicitor General
    cc Captain Crawford, Legal Counsel for the Chairman, Joint Chiefs of Staff

  50. inspirational Says:

    James wrote:

    U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas is scheduled to speak at the Law School on April 15, 2009. His lecture will take place from 3:30 – 4:30 p.m. in 175 Willey Hall.

    All Minnasota Patriots need to attend to address Obama’s Eligbility to Justice Thomas.
    Reply to this

  51. hockeyfan530 Says:

    let’s see what happens with this little gem

  52. rosettasister Says:

    Have a safe, fun Friday evening and night, good people!

    New Thread:

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