Today on Tommy T’s obsession with the Freeperati – more Orly love

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: blockquote> Judge Land’s hard on Orly Taitz, Esq. It’ll cost her $20,000 The Atlanta Journal-Constitution ^ | 10/13/2009 | Jay Bookman Posted onTuesday, October 13, 2009 12:39:05 PM byGoldStandard U.S. District Court Judge Clay Land, in Columbus, has … Continue reading Today on Tommy T’s obsession with the Freeperati – more Orly love

Today on Tommy T’s Obsession with the Freeperati – Orly sex edition

Good morning, everyone!

Well, like a loose tooth that you can’t keep your tongue off of, I can’t help ogling the trainwreck that is Orly Taitz.

Arianna Huffington’s evil twin has been taking her share of lumps lately, and Free Republic, which once had a multitude of threads on her every day (and hotlinks to them at the top of each page), has mostly had enough.

Belatedly, it’s dawning on them that not only have they been had, but been made to look ridiculous in the bargain. Me? I’m loving it!

Here’s where it all started to go wrong:

p>Judge tosses out Army captain’s complaint questioning president’s birth; Orly Taitz on notice ^

Posted onWednesday, September 16, 2009 11:48:30 AM byvikk

U.S. District Court Judge Clay Land today tossed out a complaint by
an Army captain fighting deployment to Iraq by questioning the
legitimacy of President Barack Obama.

Land also put attorney
Orly Taitz, who represents Capt. Connie Rhodes and is a leader in the
national “birther” movement, on notice by stating that she could face
sanctions if she ever files a similar “frivolous” lawsuit in his court.

“(Rhodes) has presented no credible evidence and has made no
reliable factual allegations to support her unsubstantiated, conclusory
allegations and conjecture that President Obama is ineligible to serve
as president of the United States,” Land states in his order. “Instead,
she uses her complaint as a platform for spouting political rhetoric,
such as her claims that the president is ‘an illegal usurper, an
unlawful pretender, [and] an unqualified imposter.'”

who filed her complaint Sept. 4 in the Columbus Division of U.S.
District Court, argued that some facts point to Obama not being
naturalized or possibly an illegal immigrant.

“This plaintiff
cannot in good conscience obey orders originating from a chain of
command from this merely de facto president,” Rhodes’ complaint states.
“This plaintiff cannot be lawfully compelled to obey this de facto
president’s orders.”

In his order, Land states in a footnote
that Obama defeated seven opponents in a “grueling” primary campaign
that cost the contenders more than $300 million. Obama then moved on to
the general election, where he faced Sen. John McCain, who Land states
got $84 million to wage his campaign.

“It would appear that
ample opportunity existed for discovery of evidence that would support
any contention that the president was not eligible for the office he
sought,” Land says.

The judge adds that Congress hasn’t started
impeachment proceedings against Obama, appears satisfied that he can
hold the office and has rejected the suggestion he isn’t.

posted onWednesday, September 16, 2009 11:48:30 AM

div class=”a2″>To: vikk

Lemme guess.This judge was a Democrat appointee?

posted onWednesday, September 16, 2009 11:51:11 AM

div class=”a2″>To: ConservativeMind

“Lemme guess. This judge was a Democrat appointee?”

He was a Bush appointee in 2001. Before that, he was an elected
Republican Georgia State Senator. From his Senate website archive, his
bio included this…

“Land has sponsored a
wide variety of legislation which has been enacted into law, including
the 1996 law authorizing hefty fines against the City of Atlanta for
its pollution of the Chattahoochee River, landmark education reform
legislation expanding Georgia’s charter school law, amendment of the
expert affidavit statute, and privacy protection legislation
restricting access to motor vehicle accident reports by ambulance
chasing lawyers. “

Hon. Clay Land (GA SS 16)

I wouldn’t characterize a tort reform proponent and charter school advocate as a liberal.

posted onWednesday, September 16, 2009 12:05:50 PM
(No Socialized Medicine, No Way, No How, No Time)

You’re no fun anymore.

To: vikk

I’m afraid this is not a surprise. This judge
was known to be a biased liberal. Evidentlyhe only took the case so he
could put Orly Taitz on notice.

I still give Orly credit. Even though this case predictably failed, it kept the issue alive.

posted onWednesday, September 16, 2009 12:09:30 PM
(Marcus Tullius)

I had no idea that in Federal District court, you were allowed to take or leave cases. And all this time I thought that the cases wereassigned randomly.

See what you can learn reading Free Republic?


To: TexasFreeper2009
Everyone keeps messing up by filing this things in liberal controlled areas.

I didn’t realize that Georgia was a hotbed of liberalism. And wasn’t one of the birther cases tossed in a Texas court?

posted onWednesday, September 16, 2009 12:18:01 PM

…which prompts a Freeper to make a rebuttal.

To: Non-Sequitur

Were you aware that the “Useful Idiots” were very first people lined up and shot by the firing squads?

Listen to what Yuri Bezmenov a former KGB spy has to say about that:

( Just thought it would important for you to know that.)

posted onWednesday, September 16, 2009 12:24:21 PM
(People are not stupid! Good ideas win!)

I think he meant to paint non-birthers as “a bunch of mindless jerks who will be the first against the wall when the
revolution comes”, but I can’t be sure.

To: vikk

Threats of loved ones unexpectedly dieing makes a difference in how one views things. Just my opinion.

posted onWednesday, September 16, 2009 12:31:46 PM

Is drypowder talking about threatening people with being lined up against the wall, or implying that the Judge found a horse’s head in his bed?

To: vikk
Land also put attorney Orly Taitz, … on
notice by stating that she could face sanctions if she ever files a
similar “frivolous” lawsuit in his court.

Yet just this week,
Orly Taitz stated that she would have Obama out of office within 30
days. Her grandiose comments, and attempts at litigation, are the legal
equivalent ofStar Trek techno-babble. She is promising to
crawl through the Jeffries Tube, and neutralize Obama with a stream of
reverse tachyon particles.

That is why so many Freepers are keep
posting that she is either a moron, or a double agent. They know that
she could not win the case, even if she really did have a case. Every
second and dollar spent supporting her is a second or dollar spent in
the service of Obama.

posted onWednesday, September 16, 2009 12:56:46 PM

That’s kinda how I feel about the “Teabagger Express”. Every dollar spent on such vanity projects is a dollar less in the GOP’s coffers. Carry on.

And the weird turn pro, right after the jump.

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