For him to have a case heard he has to get a prosecutor to agree to take the case and then a judge to decide to hear the case. What do you really think the chances of that are?
We have yet to see Leo actually do anything except talk after his supreme court appeal was turned down. Much of his talk involved taking pot shots at all the lawyers actually working to get the case before a judge over the past 9 months rather than him moving forward with his own case.
I’ll be so thankful if he is actually successful in his selected course of action, but I am not holding my breath on this one. I will be thankful if he even takes action in an attempt to have his case heard. That will be progress of his slam book blogging and inactive pontificating.
He strikes me as the exact opposite type of lawyer that Dr. Taitz is. That is, that he's not willing to put numerous unsound and piece meal type lawsuits together (as they've been described by many) and hope that one sticks. He seems to be the kind of attorney that will represent another in the near future, but one that has a better chance of succeeding based on all lesson's learned to date. And yes, much of his "pontificating" has been very educational (ex. Chester Arthur research, QW research, etc) to the country. Anyway, that's my take on the difference.