Thursday, October 29, 2009

Sorry, Orly

Via TPM, the really important news of the day:

"A U.S. District Court judge has dismissed one of Orly Taitz's birther lawsuits, saying it would be unconstitutional for the courts to "effectively overthrow a sitting president."

You go, girl.

Orly's string of defeats is beginning to make her look like that other famous Southern California institution, the L. A. Clippers. At least the Clippers win sometimes. And Orly doesn't even get a shot at the draft lottery as a reward for losing.

2 comments:

Paul said...

Judge land and now judge Carter, smack down the crazies (case dismissed), poor little Birthers.

Not even “Fake News” Bill O’Reilly believes the crazies, how funny.

http://belowthebeltway.com/2009/10/29/bill-oreilly-slams-orly-taitz/

To all the birthers in La, La Land, it is on you to prove to all of us that your assertion is true (TOUGH WHEN YOU KEEP LOSING CASES), if there are people who were there and support your position then show us the video (everyone has a price), either put up or frankly shut-up. I heard Orly Taitz, is selling a tape (I think it’s called “Money, Lies and Video tape”). She is from Orange County, CA, now I know what the mean when they say “behind the Orange Curtain”, when they talk about Orange County, the captial of Conspiracy Theories. You know Obama has a passport, he travel abroad before he was a Senator, but I guess they were in on it.

In my opinion the Republican Party has been taken over the most extreme religious right (people who love to push their beliefs on others while trying to take away the rights of those they just hate) and that’s who they need to extract from their party if they real want to win. Good Luck, because as they said in WACO, “We Ain’t Coming Out”.

I heard that she now wants to investigate the “Republican 2009 Summer of Love” list: Assemblyman, Michael D. Duvall (CA), Senator John Ensign (NV), Senator Paul Stanley (TN), Governor Mark Stanford (SC), Board of Ed Chair, and Kristin Maguire AKA Bridget Keeney (SC).

Green Eagle said...

Paul,

You commented "In my opinion the Republican Party has been taken over the most extreme religious right...and that’s who they need to extract from their party if they real want to win."

Of course, I agree with you. The problem is that, in order to win elections over the last three decades, they have pandered to these people to the point where their beliefs, which look so lunatic to the rest of us, are held by a large portion of their voters. And the religious nature of these people's beliefs, which you point out, means that they are unlikely to ever be convinced to think otherwise.

Like their friends in American business, the Republicans have created a real, long term problem for themselves by pursuing easy short term gain. I really don't see how they escape from this trap.