It’s been a quiet week in the Birtherverse, my hobby town. That’s a good thing.
I get an email from time to time wondering why the Supreme Court is conferencing on Orly Taitz’ case, Noonan v. Bowen. “It’s just a formality,” I tell them and give them a hyperlink to my article, “Orly Taitz and the Supremes,” for further reading. (I spiffed up that article a little since I refer back to it so often.)
There’s not much on the court calendar upcoming. There’s some sort of mediation conference in Liberty Legal Foundation et. al. v National Democratic Party on Monday, probably working out the fees that LLF is going to have to pay.
Orly is still being Orly: corrupt judges, criminal regime, and so on, and she’s all excited about the about the Bounel guy, born 123 years ago, and who in her mind, is the rightful owner of Barack Obama’s social-security number. Her petition to Congress creeps in its petty pace to the last syllable of obscene prank signer names runs its course, “tomorrow and tomorrow” turning to “any day now.”
The birther blogs are still making stuff up, but nothing particularly interesting. So a quiet week is a good week. The birthers will soon be folding up their tents and going home: any day now.