Bump, bump and BUMP...
Will continue to keep praying about this.
“Will continue to keep praying about this.”
While you’re at it, please pray that Orly Taitz sees the light and adopts a supportive role in this issue in deference to other more competent, level-headed attorneys. I know her conscience and personality will not allow her to withdraw from the issue entirely and she need not do that. She has much to offer in the form of energy, ideas and resourcefulness.
I have worked with Orly Taitz in person and electronically. I admire her resolve and determination, especially in light of the fact that this is an adopted country for her. Ask yourself if you would be as committed to tilting at windmills upon relocating to a new country. She has plenty of guts and commitment.
However, as an attorney and spokesperson, she is not capable of getting this job done. Her thought processes, modes of expression and practices are not organized and disciplined enough to prevail in a US court. She is so angered by the injustice of this issue - as we all are - she has deomstrated time and again that she cannot stop herself from verbally lashing out at precisely the wrong time, invariably aggravating and alienating every public official she encounters. In so doing, she creates a very useful target for Obama apologists who use her shortcomings as a communicator to discredit the entire eligibility argument.
Although it is sad and unfortunate, in order for the eligibility movement to prevail, Orly Taitz must withdraw from the role of spokesperson - that is, assuming someone with a more conservative demeanor and skillful legal talent is prepared to step forward and be as relentless as she has been.