Orly Taitz published a long article today about the Article II Super PAC, an organization that may is really Vattelevision or the Birther Summit or something. Taitz wrote:
I have more important things to do, than waste my time with Article2superpac handful of bloggers
But she nevertheless devotes quite a bit of time to this article. The thrust of her criticism is that the PAC made a big deal of hiring attorney Larry Klayman who was supposed to be filing ballot challenges. She says, and it seems to be so, that he hasn’t filed any. Further she states that Klayman isn’t admitted to the Bar in California, one of the two states where he is supposed to be working. [One cannot help to note that Orly Taitz is not admitted to the bar in Georgia, Texas, or Alabama where she filed cases.]
Taitz raises this concern about Super PACs in general:
Article2superpac also clarified, that the money, that people donated for law suits did not go to the pac, but to their legal fund. What they are saying, is that they, as a superpac, donate only to education and this is reported and expenditures are disclosed. What you donate to lawsuits, goes to their offshoot Article2superpac legal fund. Apparently there is no disclosure in regards to their legal fund. They did not disclose, who is on the board of this article2 legal fund, how much of the $25,000 was actually received, who got this money and what did this person/persons do with it. I got a phone call from George Miller, who stated that attorney Klayman was not paid, because they did not collect nearly $25,000, that attorney Larry Klayman demanded as a precondition of a deposit for filing any eligibility lawsuits. George Miller did not disclose to me, how much was collected for those law suits and what was done with this money.
Let’s you and him fight.