Monday, September 21, 2009

Maybe we should pity Orly Taitz by now

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This is perhaps becoming the wackjob “lawyer”’s most embarrassing affair yet (worse still than her appearing on The Colbert Report a while back and obviously not even realizing she was having her nuts grilled). A few days ago, Taitz represented a soldier who wanted to eschew her orders on the grounds that Obama was ineligible for presidency. However, when she brought the matter to court before Bush appointee Judge Clay Land, the judge had no interest in hearing about Taitz’s “frivolous” lawsuit and, what’s more, threatened to impose sanctions should she try and waste his court’s time again.

Naturally, poor missie dingbat was pissed and went on a screed, accusing Judge Land of being a traitor, a commie, and so forth (and worst of all, comparing herself to Nelson Mandela. That still freakin’ stings). As a result, an official CA bar complaint was filed against the kook.

That’s not the end of it, though. There’s never an end to Orly Taitz’s lunacy. Now, Taitz filed a motion for reconsideration – in the same court. You know, the one with the judge that had very clearly and publicly told her to sod off lest he sanction her.

Plaintiff Connie Rhodes files this request for stay of Deployment pending Plaintiff's Motions for Rehearing and to Amend and/or Alter Judgment pursuant to Rule 59(e).

But now, just in case you aren’t dying of laughter yet, here comes the real good part: you know that soldier whom Taitz represented, Capt. Connie Rhodes? The one who refused to do her job on grounds that Obama wasn’t the real president? Apparently, she never asked for Taitz to file this new motion in her name, and now, she wants to be disassociated from the crackpot.

I do not wish for Ms. Taitz to file any future motions or represent me in any way in this court. It is my plan to file a complaint with the California State Bar due to her reprehensible and unprofessional actions.

This is hilarious and piss-in-pants ironic on so many levels. For one thing, you know you’re a miserably failed lawyer when even your own client – who also shares your ridiculous beliefs (such as in the Birther movement) – demands you be reprimanded and punished for behaving like an lunatic ass.

Oh, God. What’s next? (Well, I think we all know what’s coming next: of course, Taitz is gonna declare Capt. Rhodes to be another one of them Soviet-lovin’ commie traitors.)

(via Dispatches from the Culture Wars)
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