p>Good morning, everyone! Kibitzer had a small leak in his iso suit last week, and hallucinated that he was Digby for days after we exited, so let’s check each other’s suits carefully before entering the place where no logic can survive.
Everybody ready? Great! When we left the useful idiots, they were upset about Orly Tait’s motion being thrown out. Then, this:
Judge Land’s hard on Orly Taitz, Esq. It’ll cost her $20,000
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^
| Jay Bookman
Posted onTuesday, October 13, 2009 12:39:05 PM byGoldStandard
U.S. District Court Judge Clay Land, in Columbus, has come down hard
on birther attorney Orly Taitz, fining her $20,000 for willfully
abusing her right to practice law. I suspect Taitz won’t have that
right much longer.
“The Court finds that counsel’s conduct was
willful and not merely negligent. It demonstrates bad faith on her
part. As an attorney, she is deemed to have known better. She owed a
duty to follow the rules and to respect the Court. Counsel’s pattern of
conduct conclusively establishes that she did not mistakenly violate a
provision of law. She knowingly violated Rule 11. Her response to the
Court’s show cause order is breathtaking in its arrogance and borders
“Delusional”? You’re saying that like it’s abad thing.
Go get em, Freepers!
How dare a citizen or soldier ask for a question mark at the end of an interrogative?
“borders on delusional” Does everything have
to be overstated nowadays.
You know, it must be something in the water over there. That, or home schooling.
If it is delusional, tell us Judge, if not
then keep your yapper shut. Seems like teenagers have taken over every
aspect of the American life.
And those teenage Judges are the worst of all!
It’s funny, when I was a teen in the early
‘90’s there seemed to be adults in control.
Yeah, I know. You had to walk to school in the snow. Uphill. Both ways.
Now it seems as if everyone
has arrested development these days.
I can recall some time ago being excoriated on these
threads for recommending that conservatives distance themselves from
this woman who was clearly unstable and bent on making everyone
associated with her look as ridiculous as she is.
Whatever, like an outbreak of herpes another eruption occurred, I
noticed the support for Dr. Orly Taitz to be less and less vehement.
Hopefully those of us who believe that the issue should be investigated
and properly aired, will not be blackened as “trolls” because we tell
the truth about this eccentric woman.
Well, I guess even a nutcase neo-Confederalist finds an occasional acorn.
I’ll wait and see how this plays out. It is
written like a personal attack and the judge does have a conflicts(sic) of
interest. Of all the frivolous law suits I have heard of over the years
I have never seen a judge take this kind of action. Sometimes it(sic)
darkest just before the dawn.
div class=”a2″>p>To: mnehring
>>> Yes, but the question is will an appeals court take it?
She absolutely MUST fight this tooth and nail.
It IS intimidation.
Judges cannot decide what cases are frivolous without considering the evidence.
div class=”a2″>p>To: SafrgunsJudges cannot decide what cases are frivolous without considering the evidence.
Orly’s “evidence” consists of freeped internet polls and a “Kenyan”
birth certificate she got from a guy selling them on eBay.