You lost again.
You lost again.
No clues to real life:
When you have a fire in an aircraft, there’s no place to go, exactly, there’s no — and you can’t find any oxygen from outside the aircraft to get in the aircraft, because the windows don’t open. I don’t know why they don’t do that. It’s a real problem.
Stewardess, please open the windows on this falling plane. I boarded this aircraft to take flight.
Citing a growing unease over public opinion in his little world of Kansas State University, College of Veterinary Medicine, where he works in communications, Joseph Montgomery withdrew this ballot challenge on Friday. It’s unfortunate his hobby seems to have crossed over into his professional life. I don’t approve of harrassment of these lunatics on their jobs, if that took place, but perhaps the university found his very public Birferism embarrassing, distracting and unprofessional, especially for public relations staff. If that’s the case, the university isn’t saying so.
Joe Montgomery of Manhattan, Kan., wrote in an email to state officials that he no longer wanted them to investigate whether Obama was really a natural-born U.S. citizen or eligible to run for reelection. The email said that he, along with his friends and colleagues, faced a significant backlash after a state elections board took up his case and agreed to look into whether the president’s birth certificate was real.
“There has been a great deal of animosity and intimidation directed not only at me, but at people around me, who are both personal and professional associations,” Montgomery wrote in an email to the office of Secretary of State Kris Kobach, which released it to TPM. “I’m don’t wish to burden anyone with more of this negative reaction, so please immediatley [sic] withdraw any action on this objection.”
Besides his day job, Montgomery is a full-time online poster. This is a man who posted 46,537 times as ksdb (the call letters of the public university’s KSDB radio station) at Hannity’s site alone. Posting as ksdb at Forbes, his personal blog URL is:
http://blogs.forbes.com/people/joemontgomery/; not exactly hiding his identity. At Doc Conspiracy’s site, on a single day in 2010, he posted 58 times from the school’s network, between 8:58 AM and 5:50 PM. Last year, as edge919, on FreeRepublic, he was organizing for ballot challenges.
Trying to keep President Obama off the ballot in his mother’s home state of Kansas, where 499,979 Kansans voted for him in 2008, and would be disenfranchised this time around, if Montgomery had his way, seems particularly low to me, not to mention the ease with which he insults the First Lady. But Montgomery doesn’t have a high opinion of us, either:
There’s a cottage industry of people who make excuses and provide apologies for the Kenyan Coward™ and his lack of vital credentials. One of the sites is Fogblow, so an appropriate term for them is Foggers, not Forgers. And some of these folks are not only Foggers, but many are dumb Mother Foggers.
About the followup to Thursday’s hearing, scheduled for this morning at ten, Kansas election director Brad Bryant told TPM:
A hearing was held on April 10. Administrative Law Judge Jeff S. Masin Dismissed the challenge later the same day, writing: “The petitioners’ legal position on this issue, however well intentioned, has no merit in law.”
The Secretary of State affirmed the denial and that was later affirmed on appeal by three judge panel in the New Jersey Superior Court. The court analyzed Apuzzo’s claims and said in their decision on May 31st that “We have carefully considered appellants’ arguments and conclude that these arguments are without merit.” The refusal by the Supreme Court to certify the petition for certification is the end of the line for appeals at the state level. The only option left is to appeal the denial to the US Supreme Court, which to date has not seen fit to hear even one case appealed from any court or petitions claiming original jurisdiction in the highest court.
That’s the score, as it stands, for four years of court cases brought by America’s Birther whackjobs. The obsessive attempts to overthrow the legitimately elected President of the United States, as you see, just fail and fail, wasting judicial resources and misleading the voting public, all on the taxpayer’s dime. Way to get it done, Birfers. May there be a special circle in hell just for you.
Bunch of killjoys.
Surprise reaction from Dr. Orly Tairz, Esq., who has spent two years suing Damon Dunn, the last person California Republicans endorsed instead of her:
As expected, corrupt GOP establishment endorsed an insider Washington lobbyist Elizabeth Emken for endorsement.
Well, it just happened last night. Orly is probably warming up.