I think Orly Taitz needs to work on time management. I read the transcript of her court appearance in Mississippi last week, and she didn’t seem prepared. She either didn’t read or didn’t pay enough attention to remember the cases cited against her by the Secretary of State and and the Mississippi Democratic Party. It was rather embarrassing as the judge repeatedly asked her about things with which she should have been familiar only to hear her say, “I don’t recall.” She asked the court for 3 weeks to serve the new defendants in the case and three weeks to respond to Defense motions (to be served concurrently), thereby extending the time that the case could be heard until after the election.
Now we see that Taitz has done the same thing in Kansas, reports the Topeka Capital Journal. Again she has asked for 21 days to respond to Defense motions, and with 14 days allowed for the Defendants to respond, any court action is again past the election.
Add to those two, the massive suit in California with 30 defendants (she thinks it’s a problem answering motions from just 2 defendants!) Judd v. Obama plus that PPACA challenge in Texas, Taitz v. Sebelius. I don’t know how many more.
Taitz seems to measure success by how many lawsuits she has filed, not how many she has won. As we say in the United States, she has bitten off more than she can chew. Maybe she should hire a lawyer.