Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Sounds Like Butthurt Roberts Could Learn a Thing or Two From Judge Carter

Here is your moment of Birther news, stolen from The House of Substance:

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.

Carter's response was to ask the two to move their chairs closer together.


Whole story from Spencer Kornhaber at the OC Weekly.


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