Orly Taitz for Attorney General

In 2010, birther queen Orly Taitz ran for secretary of state in California and lost badly but somehow managed to get 368,000 votes. Now she’s filed the papers to run for attorney general, presumably under the How The Fuck Could You Possibly Vote for Me Party.

Taitz, who secured 3 percent of the vote in her U.S. Senate run in 2012, has filed paperwork to seek the state’s top law enforcement position via an unknown party. Among the pledges listed on her campaign website: Nullification of unconstitutional spying on law-abiding state residents and ending the “unconstitutional discriminatory Obamacare tax levied on some of the citizens of CA and waived for corporations.”

She also would “prosecute state officials who ignored all evidence brought by law enforcement and experts showing Obama to possess citizenship of Indonesia, fabricated Selective Service certificate, fabricated birth certificate and a CT Social Security number which failed both E-verify and SSNVS.”

Taitz is widely known for trying to document her belief that Obama lied about his birthplace and therefore is ineligible to serve as commander in chief.

I’m sure she’ll run a totally credible and reasonable campaign.


  1. dingojack says

    If* elected, do you think she’ll even last half a term?
    * And that’s a BIG ‘if’

  2. says


    State secretaries of state differ from the Federal Secretary of State. Instead of conducting foreign policy, they have administrative functions. These may differe from state to state, but one thing they often do is oversee elections, which is probably why Taitz wanted that job so that she could find an excuse to kick Obama off the 2012 ballot in California.

    Do you think she’ll still be trying to get Obama’s presidency invalidated after he leaves office or will she find some equally insane excuse to attack Hillary Clinton or whomever is the democratic nominee?

  3. Chiroptera says

    How The Fuck Could You Possibly Vote for Me Party

    Isn’t that the new name for the Republican Party?

  4. Artor says

    Busterggi, I misread your comment at first to refer to a State Denial General. Oily Taintz is qualified for that, at least.

  5. John Pieret says

    Imagine if by some chance she was elected! She could be the first person barred from the Federal courts for being a vexatious attorney general.

  6. jimmyfromchicago says

    Nullification of unconstitutional spying on law-abiding state residents…

    An issue I might actually agree with her on, and she’s still not even wrong. I don’t think nullification means what she thinks it means, but more importantly, she really thinks that a state attorney general can stop the NSA from spying on state residents? How did she pass high school civics, let along the bar exam?

  7. whheydt says

    Heh… It’ll be that much easier to vote in California this year. I haven’t checked, but it’s a reasonable bet that Kamala Harris is running for re-election as Calif. AG, and will probably win.

  8. bushrat says

    So the Republican Governor of Hawaii said Obama was born there…and it still isn’t fucking good enough, but they want Ted Cruz for President even though he was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Oh America, why have you become Bizzaro World?


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