Skip to comments.Barnett v Obama: Appellants' Opening Brief, 9th Circuit Court of Appeals
Posted on 08/13/2010 12:35:03 PM PDT by BuckeyeTexan
Orly Taitz closes her brief with the following:
"Shortly after Judge Carter completely changed his tune, Taitz came to the court house, brought some pleadings and heard the Marine march playing. Judge Carter, a former Marine was celebrating the Marine Corps day. There was a huge teddy bear sitting in the midst of the hallway, it had a shirt with the Marine insignia, the band was playing, clerk Sidharth Velamoor was there, all the other clerks and employees were there. Everyone was waiting for Judge Carter and the cake. Taitz started choking and trying to gather some strength to hold back tears. The only ones, who were missing, were Marines. The same Marines, whom Carter named cowards for standing up for the Constitution of this country, Marines, who sacrificed their carriers, earnings, who risked retaliation were called cowards.
Taitz turned around and left, and the Marine March kept playing on and on, on and on ... "
(Excerpt) Read more at scribd.com ...
This is a stream-of-consciousness rant, not an appellate brief. There are no citations to the Record on Appeal; "facts" are discussed which were not placed before the trial court; there is not even an attempt to discuss the cases or reasoning relied upon by Judge Carter; I could go on and on. I expect the Court will strike the Brief and/or sanction Orly.
Give me a hint. 5?
"As the court reads the final order, it becomes obvious, one does not have to be a Perry Mason, does not have to be a licensed attorney, to know, that the order was written by the defense attorney and rubber stamped by the judge."Um, that's good, because she's no Perry Mason. Bwahahaha!
“how many violations of the Federal Rules of Appellate Procedure can you find in the first 5 pages?”
All of them?
“As such this appeal is being forwarded to the Civil Rights Defenders Raporteur of the United Nations and the International Criminal Bar Panel in Hague.”
Orly wants to “defend the U.S. Constitution” by appealing to the U.N.? Give. Me. A. Break.
Id like to get this thread started by posting an abstract of the pending comments.
Go Lady Liberty!
Nice to see that Orly’s gotten rid of whatever competent individual used to write her filings and has gone back to being the same nutcase we’ve all grown to know and love.
So which is the more insane by far? Vaughn Walker’s ruling on Prop 8, or Taitz’s dramatic pleading
Walker’s the more! By far, imo!
Or another — the Obama Care Bill? Or any other mega bill passed this session. ALL INSANITY that meets the ‘rules of procedure’, eh?
Damn empty procedure!
Orly’s got an honest spirit missing in most of Congress, and many in the Judiciary.
You forgot one.
“Here come the flying monkeys!”
That’s my personal favorite.
Her stuff used to be ghost-written for her by Charles Lincoln III, an ex-lawyer and ex-con who has been disbarred in three states, but at least knew what a legal document is supposed to look like. She and Lincoln are now suing each other, and Lincoln has been filing affidavits describing how he had sex with Orly in her dentist's chair. (No, I am not making that part up.)
Butterdezillion could have written a much better brief, it might not have been correct on the facts, but it would have presented a more compelling argument.
Walker is an activist judge pushing a homosexual agenda upon the voters of California against their will. In fact, he claims the majority vote supporting Prop 8 was “irrelevant.” His ruling was a travesty and a perversion of justice, IMHO, but at the very least, one could follow his logic to the conclusion he made. That’s not to say his logic was valid.
Orly Taitz, however, is incompetent. And she’s an attention whore, but I digress. There is no logic to follow in this brief. And there also is no conclusion, but again, I digress. As Lurking Libertarian said, this brief is nothing more than “a stream-of-consciousness rant.” She can’t keep her mind on one point of law (if she even knows what that is) without weaving off the road into a ditch of dramatic theatre and conspiratorial delusion.
Orly is a freak show. She belongs in the center ring of a traveling circus not in Congress.
It’s too bad nobody here can pinpoint any facts that butter has been wrong about.
Well, I think that’s the problem, she hasn’t really come up with any facts yet, only opinions peddled as facts. She does it well, though.
This is crazy. INSANE times. What I’m saying is Orly’s drama is much less an immediate hazard to society than the morally insane Congress and judges like Walker. That’s how insane things are.
One well-presented plate is deadly poison that LOOKS rational and sweet. The other plate is full of crazy spices and looks like a sloppy mess. But it’s harmless, and actually has some nutrients.
Start rejecting the poison, eh?
IOW, you can’t refute ANYTHING she posts. Not surprised.
The network that gives this woman a reality show will be printing money.
No doubt. I’ll probably have to watch ...
We need parsy for this thread.
Tex, who demands that parsy post log in and post something funny.
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