The controversial Soviet émigrée, via Israel, Dr. Orly Taitz has done more cases than any other eligibility attorney. Although some question her competence, none question her dedication and work ethic. It has been a steep learning curve for her, coming from her dental practice, to what is said to be a correspondence school law degree, easily passing the bar and catapulting into constitutional law, with almost no experience, suing a sitting “President,” Secretaries of State and other public and party officials at a dizzying rate.
Some say that her – and other attorneys’- shortcomings have caused the lost cases and set harmful precedents. That might or might not be true. It appears to us that these cases are lost regardless of how valid the arguments and evidence are. So, where are all the patriot legal geniuses, then? Hiding in their offices, making money on corporate law, personal injury cases, or whatever. It may be because they won’t risk reputations and have concluded that the deck is stacked. It is very clear that that “Obama” has not, probably cannot, prove his eligibility for the presidency. They can no longer say that pursuing it is unjustified. In the meantime, we have just Taitz, Apuzzo, Klayman, Kreep, Irion, Hatfiield and a couple of others. The other cases are pro se– self represented.
Having talked and met with Dr. Taitz multiple times, I can attest that she is quite intelligent, alert, possessed of an extraordinary memory and transaction processing speed. She also has been known to be quite stubborn and have very different perceptions of a given situation or argument than almost anyone else. Very few people could have put up with the pressures she has been under. She undeniably has experience, knowledge, and insights which are valuable, which is why we link the CrossTalk radio interview by Vic Eliason. Those who have been following the eligibility issue closely will see that she has grown considerably over four, hard years.The interview puts emphasis on the most current cases, such as Indiana. Orly even put a couple of plaintiffs on the phone to say their pieces. There were multiple interruptions in the program (neatly filled in by Vic), due to Orly’s participation in events outside the Indiana courtroom.