Orly Slams American President on Russian TV

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Speaking to “Russia Today”, a state-owned channel, Orly Taitz explains why Barack Obama is unqualified to be President of the United States of Amer—

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Orly Taitz Brings Birtherism To Russian TV [TPM]

if when dems have their heath care meeting they hear a scratching at the door lets hope its not Oscar:

In 2007, my “Pets” column for the New York Post celebrated a cat named Oscar, subject of an eye-opening article in the New England Journal of Medicine. While I firmly believe that no cat is ordinary, Oscar is less ordinary than most, and his legend is spreading around the globe. This now five-year-old tortoiseshell tabby with white markings resides in a Rhode Island nursing home, and can sense when patients are about to die. Oscar the cat stays by their side, keeping them company until they pass.

Oscar spends all day pacing from room to room of the facility. Not exactly what you’d call a cuddlepuss, he’s more the aloof type, and rarely spends time with patients other than those who only have hours to live. But keep him outside the room of a dying patient, and Oscar will scratch at the door until he’s let in.

Now, Oscar is the deserving subject of a best-selling new book, Making Rounds with Oscar: The Extraordinary Gift of an Ordinary Cat.

Hey, are those the Russian girls who say they are dying to meet me?

@Dodgerblue: Yes. Yes they are.

@Capt Howdy: We had a dog who did something similar. Unfortunately the peasantry will see something supernatural in it. I thought our dog could smell disease.

The cat is stealing their breath, its well known cats do that, they are evil.

@Dodgerblue: I was told someone would come around about 12 with some Puerto Rican girls who are dying to meet me.

@Capt Howdy: Oh and plus, bodies tend to go through the same stages as they shut down to prepare for death. I think the only thing surprising is that the cat was that interested in humans *ducks to avoid shoes thrown at head by Mr. Cyn’s missus*

Oh and plus plus, I am still not recovered from that ‘fish eats mouse’ video. I didn’t let the dogs see it. Why should their sleep be ruined?

@Prommie: They are. They are all between 16 and 18 and have never known the love of a man before. Should they call you collect?

speaking of cats, it looks like I will be adopting a new family member.

meet Jedi

his family is leaving and I dont want to see him end up in a shelter.

@Benedick: Was that a pike or something? Good article on its cousin the pickerel in the New Yorker a couple of weeks ago (you can’t read gun and hunting magazines all the time).

@Prommie: We can bring a case of wine . . .

Hey, guys – Kim Gordon!

Miss Russia packing a CZ 75?

@Capt Howdy: Wow, he looks like a bigger version of my neighbor’s cat who comes over to visit us for a couple hours every evening.

I am looking forward to helping him lose a few pounds.

@redmanlaw: Howdy has a water monster. It eats mice and haunts my dreams.

@Capt Howdy: Have you cleared this with the white dogs? Do you have their written permission? Because you are going to need it.

@Capt Howdy: Thank you for taking him in. I knew Mr Cyn really loved me when he drove me and the 5 cats from Oklahoma to Oregon in the Honda Civic, unloading the ungrateful beasties at the motel each night in pouring rain. If my babies can’t go, I don’t go.

@Benedick: Watch it, cat-hater.

my water monster is a cutie pie. cats eat mice and you dont think they are monsters.

Jedi has come for a short visit. it went pretty well. I am taking him for the weekend this coming weekend. we will see.
I really dont think it will be a problem. the dogs wont hurt him. I was really more concerned about how HE would react. and he was very calm and took it all very well considering he has never lived with dogs.

@Benedick: Sounds Lovecraftian. Have a glass of wine to calm down. Just don’t fall asleep in the tub.

@Capt Howdy: Seriously. Mrs RML and I did not cohabit prior to marriage, so when we moved in to our new house her dog began to look at me after a couple of days, saying “shouldn’t you be going home about now?” Not only did I have to speak with the dog, but also the ghost the neighbors told us about. That second discussion was a preemptive step before things got started with her and she left us alone.

@Mistress Cynica:
he is 8 and fat. he would die in a shelter. and he is a really sweet natured cat.

in the new giant tank that monster may really become one. he could easily get three feet long in that tank I am told.
at that point I may start feeding him neighborhood children.

@Capt Howdy: Please. Darling. I am phobic about the fish things that live in water when I am out in my thong at Miami Beach. I don’t wish to know what might get bit. I don’t mind it when my dachshund catches a mouse and runs around with the tail hanging out of his mouth. If he is proud I can’t deal with fish being proud and this is hypocrisy on my part. I well remember reading an ichthyologist who was studying grouper in FL describing them as being playful as puppies. Now I happen to think that grouper are delicious so this insight did not make me happy. Luckily I am a member of homo homo sapiens and am blessed with the ability to ignore whatever I’d rather not know.

@Mistress Cynica: I don’t hate cats. I have dogs who are cat killers. I’m not proud. We had cats. A Russian Blue who lived under the fridge and refused to compromise and a Siamese who suckled on anything cashmere and cursed the pigeons through the kitchen window. I’d like to have cats right now but I suspect there would be a revolt among the dog population.

President Chester A. Arthur was born to William Arthur, who was born in Ireland and wasn’t naturalized in the US until President Arthur was 14. Likewise, Woodrow Wilson’s mother was born in England and Herbert Hoover’s mother was born in Ontario, Canada. I wonder what Mr. Taitz thinks about them…

@ManchuCandidate: Good point. Honestly, I can’t help but think that’s what this is all about. I mean, I try not to play the race card often, but god damn. I’m certain they wouldn’t have even thought to check if it wasn’t for the fact that he’s got a funny name and skin color.

@JNOVjr: That, and some of them are unclear on whether Hawai’i is a state in the United States.

Being Asian, I don’t like to play the race card either because I’d rather win on my own merits.

Unfortunately, if they had a logical argument against high deficits then why didn’t these guys start screaming about W’s high deficits or lead the charge against Social Security etc? One sees the same morans (sic) throwing out birf (sic) certificates and other chickenshit reasons then it can only come from one place.

I will say that not ALL of teabaggers hate black folks, but I’m pretty sure that a sizable portion does.

@SanFranLefty: I’m amazed that these people don’t think Sarah Palin is actually an ambassador from the glorious motherland, Alyeska Federatsiya.

@ManchuCandidate: I thought the stereotype was that Asians do everything based on their own merits. Shouldn’t you be doing the opposite? Incidentally, I had an argument recently (on youtube, no less) with a guy over whether or not claiming that Asians in general were “raised to be hard working” was stereotypical, and therefore racist.

@All: Anyone want to help me write the lyrics to “The State Anthem of the Alaskan Federation”? I’ll start:

Alaska — our sacred power,
Alaska — our beloved country.
Maverick will, rogue glory —
Your heritage for all of time!

We like to think we do.

As for the raised to be hard working… depends. My mom? Slave driver. Doesn’t believe in idle time. Gets offended if she has nothing to do.

My mom’s friend’s daughter in law? Korean Peg Bundy.

@ManchuCandidate: Yeah, see, the argument the guy was making was that Asian culture is vastly different from the rest of American culture or something. I recognize that there may be some cultural differences, particularly among 1st, 2nd and 3rd gen immigrants, but that doesn’t mean that, just because they or their parents came from a specific part of the world, they were raised the same way–and even if they were, that alone doesn’t make give one a better work ethic than others.

The whole thing was retarded and the only reason anyone was disagreeing with me was because I accused this jackass of being a subconscious racist.

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