Steve Jobs made it clear years ago that no one will clone Apple products without incurring his wrath. Just ask Power Computing’s Steve Kang. In the swipe of his hand a half-decade ago, Jobs crushed Kang’s fledgling clone company. Now Jobs done it again. Renegade Apple clone wanna-be Psystar has been locked in a legal battle with Apple, which is a bad idea. Documents now show Psystar’s argument against Apple has been rejected by the Federal court, all-but-ending this round of the battle. Psystar can refile its suit with a new justification but its initial argument — that Apple’s refusal to allow for clones is an illegal monopolistic practice — won’t stand up in court. Somewhere, Steve Kang is experiencing deja vu.