Educating Orly…

Orly Taitz: Press Release: FOIA demand for explanation and records sent to Sebelius: how did Obama sign up for Obamacare with a CT Social Security number which failed E-Verify and SSNVS

FOIA requests are for documents not for information… But Obama’s social security number is quite valid. While it failed e-verify after too many birthers had try to hack the system and it was flagged accordingly, there is no evidence that his ssn is fraudulent.

What a dufus…  and so intent on showing off her ignorance.

5 thoughts on “Educating Orly…

  1. Worse

    I got information that Obama might have used today to sign up for Obamacare a new number starting with 212-xx-xxxx which was issued to him by VA SSA. please, check if you have this numkber or if you have info on a deceased member of the military or other with SSA starting with 212

    ROTFL what an idiot.

  2. Worse

    Further, Hon. Kathleen Sebelius is placed on notice that lack of action and resolution in this matter may be seen as complicity on her part in the cover up of Obama’s use of fabricated IDs and a stolen Social Security number and it might expose Ms. Sebelius to liability in both Civil and Criminal RICO causes of action.

    Yeah with Orly’s track record Sebelius should be worried…

    Orly could not properly argue a RICO case even if it were delivered to her by an attorney who does understand the rules.

    Come on Orly stop embarrassing yourself and your family.

  3. Well, I think we should ask _everyone_ in the country to pitch in, and email Orly a copy of the 212-xx-xxxx section of the SSA death registry.
    After all, it’s their Duty as Citizens(tm), and they wouldn’t want to be charged with Mispersonization of Calumny (or something like that…).
    And it’s the best Christmas gift she could wish for: knowing that _millions_ of people are paying attention, and stand ready to help her out when she needs it.

  4. Orly could not properly argue a RICO case even if it were delivered to her by an attorney who does understand the rules.

    Nor can she send a FOIA request to the correct office. Maybe if the HHS website provided the information on where to send requests. Oh wait, they do.

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