Supreme Wackadoodle

From the ledger-enquirer:

So-called “birther” attorney Orly Taitz has resubmitted an application to the U.S. Supreme Court, asking that $20,000 in sanctions imposed by a federal judge in Columbus be reversed.

Taitz has represented two people in Columbus who questioned their military orders on arguments that President Barack Obama couldn’t legitimately hold office. It was the case of Capt. Connie Rhodes that led U.S. District Court Judge Clay Land to sanction Taitz after he warned her and then gave her a time limit to explain why he shouldn’t fine her.

The sanctions came in October 2009, and Taitz appealed to the 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Atlanta. That court upheld the sanctions in May, and Taitz sent an application for stay to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas on July 8.

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Thomas denied it a week later, and the application was again docketed to the high court on Wednesday, this time to Justice Samuel Alito.

Taitz said last week that if one justice declines an application, it can be sent to another. The process can be repeated until it’s been before all the justices, she added.

Columbus attorney Frank Martin disagrees. Different justices handle issues from the various circuits, he said.


Martin questioned whether Taitz has read the rules for how the Supreme Court operates, adding that the high court’s leniency regarding Taitz lowers its dignity.

Heh! Like Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito have any dignity! As Justice Sammy would mouth Not true.


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8 responses to “Supreme Wackadoodle

  1. First Thomas, now Alito. She only has two more, Roberts and Scalia. Even those two will turn her down. Watch her refuse to pay the sanctions and get disbarred. It should only take a couple of years.

  2. Looks like Ms. Taitz is circling the drain. If only we could fast forward to her final exit.

  3. Looks like that mail order law degree will only get you so far. Maybe she could offer to fix their teeth or something. Maybe a real estate listing? Last month a Tanzanian online weekly newspaper gave praise to Obamas Kenyan origins and was immediately deluged by these oafs in a series of Emails demanding any information be sent now to prove their case. The editor hit back saying he was amazed that a country that could put a man on the moon had so many complete dumbasses in their midst. The Moldavan madwoman really needs some professional help or maybe a lady Napoleon hat. But there is just no stoping someone (or thing) who, a Lincoln3 put it so poetically, is “hotter, wetter, tighter…..!!!”

    • if her dentistry skills are anything like her legal skills, i wouldn’t let her within 10 feet of me with a dental instrument in her hand. for that matter, i wouldn’t let her within 10 feet of me under any circumstances.

  4. jeb

    Wait a minute. You mean Obama was not born in the US? Well she better get right on this.