The courtroom proceedings at the Ronald Reagan Federal Building in Santa Ana for Orly Taitz's Barnett v. Obama lawsuit were memorable, partly, because they featured so much bickering between Taitz and her co-counsel Gary Kreep. Kreep and Taitz, who originally joined forces to file the lawsuit on behalf of Alan Keyes and Wiley Drake, accused one another of lying, and begged judge David O. Carter to allow them to proceed in separate lawsuits.That is just genius.
Carter's response was to ask the two to move their chairs closer together.
The picture at the link is so terrific that I'd best leave it there so I don't have to take responsibility for mikey's broken heart.
Yet another court filing. Exclamation points are usually not the way to go in those, but there are only two. I searched in vain for the YouTube of Orly addressing John Roberts.