Wednesday, October 19, 2011

Orly Taitz Disbarred. Unable to Achieve a Pyrrhic Victory

A Pyrrhic victory (/ˈpɪrɪk/) is a victory with such a devastating cost to the victor that it carries the implication that another such victory will ultimately cause defeat.

As Orly Taitz, the yet to be disbarred and completely incompetent attorney, plods on in her Sisyphean quest to prove that President Obama isn't the legitimate president, it made me think of  King Pyrrhus of Epirus. King Pyrrhus had a victory against the Roman army. But the victory came at such a great loss that there was a question as to if the battle should have ever been fought at all.

Can Orly Taitz ever learn anything from her continuous streak of losses? I think not...

What is more likely is that a new term will be defined. I predict that an Orly Defeat will become the standard term to use when there's never any hope for a victory.
    Orly Taitz Prepares Another Lawsuit

Friday, October 14, 2011

Orly Taitz Has Been Disbarred?

At this time, there is nothing to prove that Orly Taitz has been disbarred. And there's nothing to prove that she has not been disbarred. The question I have is this. If Orly Taitz has not been disbarred, why is she filing each of her cases pro se? (Actually, I know why she files her cases pro se. She's not able to get licensed to practice law in any other state than California with the law degree she got out of a Cracker Jack box and no attorney is willing to vouch for her so she can plead her cases pro hac vice elsewhere.)

Orly Taitz is always claiming that there is great public interest in President Obama's birth certificate. There is also proof that there is great public interest in Orly Taitz being disbarred. Where's the proof? The proof comes from the statistics of this blog.

Has Orly Taitz been disbarred and if she has why has she not admitted to being disbarred? Inquiring minds would like to know.