Guarantee California election integrity - elect Orly Taitz to Secy of State in today's Republican primary

Jane Jamison of Uncoverage.net explains why she is endorsing Orly Taitz for Calif Secy of State (hat-tip to Olga):
Calif Secy of State Republican candidate, Dr. Orly Taitz, is the controversial attorney/dentist who has litigated many of the Obama eligibility issues around the country. She is a Russian immigrant and a great patriot. Her opponent, Damon Dunn, is the GOP favorite. Dunn has just moved to California to run for the office, was registered in Florida as a life-long Democrat, and admits never voting until last spring.
Orly Taitz grew up in Russia, where there was no freedom. She is a patriot. As an attorney, she is a stickler for the rule of law and the constitution. Despite being be-littled and smeared by the Obama administration as she attempts to obtain proof of the president’s citizenship and ability to serve, she soldiers on.
Click to watch original, DemoCast video interview.

"Before you write this off as “birther” kookiness, please realize I have given this a lot of thought the past few weeks. I make the following recommendation to help your choice when voting in California. Please make use of the links I am providing for your own research and voting decision. You will see why I choose the way I do.

What makes a democracy? The ability to vote in free elections, right? It should follow that the person/agency in charge of counting those sacred trusts with democracy, the voter ballots, should be someone of the highest ethical caliber.

Such a candidate is Orly Taitz, a Russian immigrant, dentist and attorney. You may not know her name, but she is controversial for being one of the lead attorneys in the United States in the legal action to obtain proof that Barack Obama is eligible to be president of the United States.

Orly Taitz is running for secretary of state in California. She is very concerned about voter fraud that is occurring here and she pledges to require that all candidates who seek to be on an election ballot in California are legally able to run for office.

Let me run that by you again. Orly Taitz wants to make sure all candidates for office in California elections are legal American citizens. If they are not legally able to vote, Taitz is pledging that they won’t be on the ballot in California. So if you are a candidate running for office, you may not get on the ballot in California if you aren’t a legal citizen of the United States.

Damon Dunn, the other Republican in the race, has a lot of resume qualities that look great: young, former NFL receiver, good-looking, millionaire, important friends like Condoleeza Rice. The problem is, Dunn was registered from 1999 on as Democrat, claims Barack Obama is his hero, and has only voted once in his life, in the spring of 2009.

It also appears that Mr. Dunn not qualified to run for office. At the very least, he appears to be a Democrat outsider to the state who is opportunistically changing parties and moving here to run for office in California. He is favored by the GOP establishment in California over Ms. Taitz, recruited to run here by former Bush operative, Karl Rove.

Orly Taitz is yes, controversial. She will be controversial if elected. However, if elected, she may be able the only one, due to her legal background, to stop the progression of progressivism in this country, in the most populous state in the union. Damon Dunn looks good, talks the talk, but appears to be a “construct” of either the GOP or the Democratic party."

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