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Who Failed Chicago?

NovusOrdoSeclorum Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 9:08 PM
Oh, we have a legal expert. I cannot find that case on Westlaw. Do you have a cite? I can find similar cases: Taitz v. Obama (no standing, dismissed; non-American-born birther Taitz brought dumb lawsuit challenging eligibility and Affordable Care Act); Kerchner v. Obama (no standing, dismissed); and Barnett v. Obama (Drake v. Obama on appeal), which provides no "mountain of evidence," as you suggest, but once again shows an attorney who doesn't know about separation of powers filing a foolish claim, wasting the court's time, and resulting in a dismissal. I also find a case where Orly Taitz lost a nomination election and sued her opponent. She failed to state a c/o/a. What a hack.
NovusOrdoSeclorum Wrote: Feb 13, 2013 9:13 PM
She was also told, after a hearing: "Your argument, it doesn't make any sense whatsoever... Why do you keep filing these lawsuits when they keep getting rejected?"

So, many of these suits involve the same former real estate agent with an online law degree who thinks she is intelligent, righteous, and justified, but is actually foolish, hypocritical, and inept.
On Tuesday, President Obama and the first lady used the State of the Union spotlight to pay tribute to an innocent teenage girl shot and killed by Chicago gang thugs. On Friday, Obama will travel to the Windy City to decry violence and crusade for more gun laws in the town with the strictest gun laws and bloodiest gun-related death tolls in America.

Does the White House really want to open up a national conversation about the state of Chicago? OK, let's talk.

Obama, his wife, his campaign strategists, his closest cronies and his biggest bundlers all hail from Chicago. Senior adviser and...