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Initial post: Jun 9, 2011 10:25:26 AM PDT
Dalekmaster says:
Dr. Orly never fails to demonstrate how she doesn't know beans either about the law or simple logic. You may recall how her latest court filing, claiming Obama is using a stolen Social Security number, included said number without redacting it. The judge kicked it to the curb, told her to refile, and gave her a lecture on keeping personally identifying information such as SSNs out of court filings.

So what does Dr. Orly do? Basically the *exact same thing,* resubmitting the same filing with the same SSN and the same lack of redaction. Only this time, she uses the excuse, stunning in its incompetence and its chutzpah, that since the SSN is supposedly fraudulent, it doesn't expose anyone's personal information and thus can be used.

Note to Dr. Orly: Claiming something to be true doesn't magically make it true. The rest of us learned that back in grade school.

Sounds like she has another big fine in her future. She obviously didn't get it the last time.

Posted on Jun 9, 2011 10:27:47 AM PDT
Sharon VDH says:
"Claiming something to be true doesn't magically make it true"

"A claim is as good as the truth" appears to be the Birther mantra.

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 9, 2011 10:30:13 AM PDT
Dalekmaster says:
Or "there's got to be a pony somewhere in all this manure."

In reply to an earlier post on Jun 9, 2011 11:07:04 AM PDT
That's what happens when you get your dental drill confused with your eyelash curler...
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