Thank You, Sir, May I Have Another?


Orly Taitz, you’ve just been smacked down by a federal judge!

Plaintiff’s counsel, who champions herself as a defender of liberty and freedom, seeks to use the power of the judiciary to compel a citizen, albeit the President of the United States, to “prove his innocence” to “charges” that are based upon conjecture and speculation. Any middle school civics student would readily recognize the irony of abandoning fundamental principles upon which our Country was founded in order to purportedly “protect and preserve” those very principles.

Do you…

a) Call the judge a “typical puppet of the regime — just like in the Soviet Union”?

b) Prepare for the ethics complaint filed against you with the California State Bar because of that remark?

c) Request a reconsideration from the judge you’ve just insulted because the Puppet’s harangue ignored your arguments?

If you guessed all of the above, well, you’re ahead of us.

Capt. Connie Rhodes asks for Judge Clay Land to reconsider; attorney Orly Taitz involved [Columbus Ledger-Enquirer]

She’s Wil E. Coyote in a bad wig and wearing too much makeup.

In a Wednesday order Taitz called ‘sarcastic’ and ‘biting,’ Land denied Rhodes’ request and told Taitz she would face sanctions if she ever again filed in his court a similar frivolous action.

Ha, ha, ha, ha! Suck it, Orly!!!!

Best part is the judge was appointed by Shrub, so they can’t yammer about some sort of liberal conspiracy.

If the State Bar goes after her — which is highly unlikely as they are so busy that they only go after attorneys who steal their clients’ money or get five DUIs — she will turn herself into the martyr of the Inquisition. I’d love to see the teabagger birthers rallying outside the State Bar headquarters (which are down the street from my office).

I still don’t understand how she kept teh crazee under control for three days to PASS the bar exam. She has a relatively high bar number, I’d guess she passed in 2002.

ADD: Good guess, SFL, December 2002. I remembered you can check those sorts of things on the profile on the Bar’s website.

The crazy is strong in this one – Orly will get tossed in jail for contempt, but she’ll soldier on. Good fun.

@SanFranLefty: Just curious. Why did you guess Orly passed in 2002? Why were lower standards or something else lower in effect then?

@lynnlightfoot: Never mind the bar — what were the standards for her dentistry exam?

@nojo: Or her real estate license? God only knows what other services she considers herself qualified to perform that don’t require permission from some licensing or governing body. (There’s a nice opening for snark, smut, and I don’t know what all.)

@lynnlightfoot: Lord knows she isn’t qualified to do hair and makeup. When she came to the States and heard the phrase “give ’em forty lashes” she thought it meant four pairs of fake eyelashes.

@lynnlightfoot: Because of her bar number, which was on the complaint. The higher the bar number, the more recent of a law school graduate (the numbers are assigned sequentially as people are admitted). I can roughly guess when someone was accepted based upon their bar number, but I was able to pinpoint her year because hers happens to start with numbers that I’m quite familiar with.
@The Nabisco Quiver are Go!: Snap, girlfriend!

@SanFranLefty: I’ve been hanging around these parts too much. Ma Nabisco is getting suspicious about my attention to hairstyle, color, etc.

@The Nabisco Quiver are Go!: The Stinque gheyz and galz are rubbing off on you. But tell her to only get alarmed if you start manscaping.

Great line from comments in TMP (by MarkofOhio):

I kept waiting for her to blame everything on “moose and squirrel”.

Can’t. Stop. Laughing…

Add a Comment
Please log in to post a comment