Later this month, Orly Taitz is due to challenge President Obama's spot on the ballot in Indiana and Mississippi. A federal judge in Jackson has granted the Mad Moldovan a hearing on September 24, and a state judge in Indianapolis has granted her a September 26 hearing. Those are two states where she's already gotten herself in a good bit of trouble this year--which may mean she's setting herself up at least one smackdown. If we're lucky, she might get two smackdowns in two days.
Back in February, Orly tried to get the Indiana Election Commission to throw Obama off the ballot there. She tried to peddle 300 pieces of junk disguised as evidence, even after being warned that she was under oath and putting herself at risk for perjury. The crowning moment came when she tried to present what she claimed was one of Obama's old tax returns--but it was really a gift tax return. The commission--the chairman of which was Romney's Indiana state chairman--unanimously voted against Orly's motion for a default judgment. Tomtech has a blow-by-blow account here.
In Mississippi, Orly filed a civil RICO suit against the Obama campaign and the Mississippi Democratic Party. Among other things, Orly claims that two sites set up to debunk the smears are actually part of the fraud. Gee, I didn't know that exercising your right to defend yourself was an act of fraud. More seriously, the Mississippi Democrats responded with a demand for information on who is bankrolling Orly. Seems that if someone else is funding Orly's lawsuits, those parties and Orly could be breaking Mississippi law.
Seems to me that Orly's going to get smacked down hard somewhere. Pass the popcorn.