Wouldn’t it be nice to know who is paying for this production? The kickoff to the Birthers’ campaign to have President Obama removed from state ballots for the 2012 elections came in New Hampshire, in an extravaganza of poor behavior, resulting in total failure, that can be read about here, here, here, here, here, here.
Something like this shouldn’t have to be said, but it illustrates the quality of lawyer Birthers had presenting their case in New Hampshire:
The Commission notes that there is no provision of the Constitution that involves Social Security numbers or the attendance at Columbia University or graduation from that institution as a requirement for becoming President of the United States.
Following the New Hampshire Birther frolics, Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. and her fangirl Pamela Barnett submitted a request for reconsideration, which has also been Denied.
The sole contact information at the new Obama Ballot Challenge site is:
Director Pamela Barnett at firstname.lastname@example.org
Readers of OFGS may recognize the name. She was Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq.’s campaign manager for Northern California back when the Birther Queen lost a California Republican Primary to Damon Dunn. Barnett was also a loser plaintiff in the Birther case, Barnett v. Obama Dismissed in 2009; and filed two cases following Damon Dunn’s overwhelming victory over Taitz, Barnett v. Dunn and Barnett v. Bowen.
Barnett sticks to Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. like glue, so her jumping on this new locomotive is no surprise.
David Farrar, who I once thought was smarter than your average Birther, (this was before his rank Islamophobia fully manifested itself), has filed one of these Birther challenges in Georgia. He announced the action earlier this month on Leo Donofrio’s site. As you can see from that post, while wrong, he sounds, at least, rational.
How to explain this, then? Farrar has now taken Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. as his attorney, leaving no even semi-smart Birthers, at all, in the whole wide world. Even a semi-smart Birther would avoid certain failure; a semi-smart Birther would avoid Orly Taitz.
Farrar says he had, at first, an Atlanta lawyer helping him. He will so wish he had held on to that first one, when President Obama’s attorney, Michael Jablonski, wipes the floor with Orly Taitz’s empty head.
To keep up with these state ballot efforts, especially if you are not a Birther and can therefore think straight, follow along at Native and Natural Born Citizenship Explored, where NBC has started keeping track.