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The further adventures of Dr. Orly Taitz, Esquire

Regular readers of this blog know that I have a major crush on Orly Taitz, the lawyer/dentist/crusader who has made it her life’s mission to expose the fact that Barack Obama is not a natural-born citizen of the US and hence ineligible to be president. I have from time to time been chronicling her adventures.

Her campaign has taken her to courthouses around the country filing suits challenging Obama’s right to be on ballots and demanding access to documents that she thinks will reveal the truth about hid foreign birth. Given that judges repeatedly have rejected her attempts and have often scolded and fined her, and that Obama has now been re-elected, you might think that she would be discouraged. But Orly never gives up! Each setback only makes her stronger.

In her latest adventure, we find our Orly suing Occidental College, which Obama first attended before transferring to Columbia University, to demand to see his college application documents. She, like Donald Trump, believes that in his college applications he said that he was born in Kenya. Although his family went to great pains at the time of his birth in 1961 to manufacture evidence that he was born in Hawaii and thus be eligible to run for president 47 years later, Obama himself was a dope who carelessly spilled the beans in his college applications.

Unfortunately for Taitz, the latest judge, like all the other judges before, threw out her case.

But Orly does not take defeat lightly. Nor does she hold back when it comes to rhetoric. She accused the university’s lawyer of “Aiding and Abetting in the elections fraud in forgery and treason in allowing a foreign citizen to usurp the U.S. Presidency” and said of the judge “The judge did not give a damn about this country… Sadly he is not any different from all the other judges. I am yet to see one single judge who gives a damn about this nation. I feel like I am in Nazi Germany in the 1930s.”

Oh Orly, Orly, don’t ever change.

Comments

  1. says

    Her website is awesome!!! Clearly someone spent several minutes photoshopping that marquee together! I think it was nice of her to employ some grade-schoolers for the graphic design. It’d be more appropriate on a refrigerator magnet than on the WWW, but, well, whatever.

  2. slc1 says

    I would be very careful about visiting her web site. Apparently, at least at one time, it was infested with computer viruses.

  3. says

    Good to know, thanks! My browser is very heavily sandboxed and I have all scripting turned off – when I visited the site none of my alarms beeped. Your mileage may vary.

  4. Christoph Burschka says

    I feel like I am in Nazi Germany in the 1930s.

    So is she filing all these lawsuits from inside a prison camp?

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