Sometimes the wheels of justice grind slowly.
I am reminded of a little quip in Reader’s Digest from my childhood. They gave some humorous examples of bad checks that had been written. One was written on the “East Bank of Mississippi” and was signed: “U. R. Stuck.” I was in Mississippi earlier this year, saw the river and trod on some of that famous impeding “Mississippi mud.”
It seems to this commentator that some of that mud has gotten into the federal court system in Mississippi, noting that it was a year and a day ago that the Motion for Judgment on the Pleadings was filed by the Defendants in the case of Taitz v Democrat Party of Mississippi. We’re still waiting for the inevitable birther loss in that case.
I suppose one difference in this case is that the Defendants are not only trying to win the case, but to deter plaintiff Taitz from filing more frivolous lawsuits.