I don't really know when it happened - you probably don't either - but, somewhere along the way the far right spawned an awful lot of air-headed bimbos.
The one pictured here is Orly Taitz, best known for her activities in the "Birther Movement." And, no - that insanity hasn't been laid to rest yet. Taitz is a dentist, among a bevy of other things, and frequents Tea Party events gathering support for her quest to force President Obama to prove his citizenship by producing his birth certificate. Never mind that the certificate has already been produced - she's just not satisfied.
You know, some people just aren't satisfied with their 15 minutes of fame, and some just have to be pried off that horse long after it has been beaten to death. Orly Taitz won't quit until she is thrown in jail for contempt. Between Taitz, Malkin, Bachmann, Coulter, and Palin they could probably start a pretty lucrative comedy business selling bullshit. They could call it "Dizzy Broads, Inc."
Taitz Uses Appeal Of $20K Fine To Further Birther Crusade
February 15, 2010, 11:45AM
Attorney Orly Taitz has found a way to turn the $20,000 fine levied against her for frivolous legal filings into an opportunity to prove that President Obama was not born in the U.S.
Taitz tells birther-friendly WorldNetDaily she has filed a request with a federal judge in Washington to force Obama to give up his birth documents because she needs them in the appeal of her fine, which was imposed in October as part of a case in Georgia.
Taitz also says she is defending herself against possible disciplinary action by the California bar, of which she is a member.
WND quotes from the filing Taitz says she has submitted:
"Plaintiff is seeking a preliminary injunction ... to obtain the vital records of the defendant prior to the February 26 deadline for document and response submission of the response by the plaintiff to the [California] bar," she wrote. "Plaintiff is seeking a preliminary injunction within 20 days, as prescribed by LCvR 65.1 (d) to be scheduled by the court prior to March 1."
She said the U.S. Supreme Court has concluded, in a previous case, a sitting president "has no immunity from civil law litigation against him from acts done before office and not related to the office."
The U.S. Attorney for the Middle District of Georgia told TPMmuckraker in December that he is waiting for Taitz's appeal to be resolved before he attempts to collect the $20,000 fine. Her appeal is still pending before the U.S Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit.