I know everyone has been curious about what Orly Taitz, our favorite lawyer/dentist/performance artist, whose obsession with Obama’s birth certificate has provided many hours of hilarity, has been up to recently.
First up, for some bizarre reason, she now refers to herself as “Dr. Orly Taitz Esquire” everywhere. Maybe she is unaware of the origins and meanings of the word ‘esquire’ and thinks it gives her a certain cachet.
You would have thought that the release of Obama’s long form birth certificate would have ended her quest. You would be wrong. She is nothing if not dogged. She is now demanding the right to personally examine the certificate, no doubt to use her sharp forensic skills to figure out how it was forged.
She also now claims that Obama is using a fake social security number and she is suing the Social Security Administration for, well, something, that will help her prove it.
The problem is that her court filings are so incompetent that she received a thorough dressing down from the judge because she does not seem to understand the simplest of rules. Apparently in cases involving social security numbers, you are required to redact all but the last four digits. Simple enough, no? But even after being repeatedly told this, she keeps filing after redacting only the last four digits. The exasperated judge in his ruling dismissing her claim said that she was “either toying with the court or displaying her own stupidity.”
Her response? To accuse court staff of intentionally sabotaging her case, no doubt as a result of orders from Obama’s Muslim/Kenyan/Socialist/Fascist cabal that is running the country and has managed to get their sleeper agents not only into the White House but also as employees in the US District Court for the District of Columbia.
But there’s more! She is writing a book that she has tentatively titled “from the queen of the birthers. Secrets and intrigue behind the crime of the century”.
I can hardly wait. But I think my post title would make a better title for her book.
Jared A says
It is normal for lawyers (male and female) to use “Esq.” in the US, but you are to never combine it with a prenominal such as Mr., Mrs., or Dr.
So she’s still pretty ridiculous.