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Desc:The World's Only Lawyer-Dentist Handles Herself Like A Pro
Category:News & Politics
Tags:MSNBC, obama, birthers, slow news cycle
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Comment count is 63
Merzbau - 2009-08-03

This is the first actual video I've seen of Taitz, and wow, she is completely arm-flailing gibbering donkeyshit madhouse cuckoo fucknuts.
RockBolt - 2009-08-03
Jesus, me too. I had never heard this woman speak before and HOLY FUCK

j lzrd / swift idiot - 2009-08-03
I'm not even going to listen. That face is enough.

Syd Midnight - 2009-08-04
No man you gotta watch it, she's even crazier then you even think. She's literally hysterical.

citrusmirakel - 2009-08-05
So, by "literally hysterical", you mean that Orly Taitz has a dysfunctional uterus?

Actually, you know that would make sense why you'd start this Quixotic journey involving birth certificates.

zatojones - 2009-08-03
she's on the edge of tears the entire time
Cleaner82 - 2009-08-03
When Ann Coulter is telling you you're too nuts, you pack it in.
delicatessen - 2009-08-03
Special request: Please don't.

eatenmyeyes - 2009-08-04
4:50 Coulter actually is an attorney. Nice try.

tamago - 2009-09-17
Wow, I didn't believe you when you said Coulter herself called Orly crazy.

Pot calling the kettle black, but still. Damn, yo.

simon666 - 2009-08-03
If I had a show and this lady were on it, the way I'd handle her would be calling her a communist and base my position solely on her accent, and demand she prove she isn't a communist.
Freeman Gordon - 2009-08-03
^ this

love - 2009-08-03
i'd just say "show me your taitz!" a lot.

glenn - 2009-08-03
"...joining us now from Tel Aviv is Orly Taitz...."?
longwinded - 2009-08-03

Colonel Cowlung - 2009-08-03
Russian Lawyer-Dentist-Realtor hanging out in Tel Aviv, explaining how the President of the United States is really Kenyan.

kiint - 2009-08-03
"birther movement leader"

Stog - 2009-08-03
Someone autotune Orly Taitz, please.
zatojones - 2009-08-03
her voice is beyond the capability of autotune

rapsnacks - 2009-08-05
She already is, round the clock. It's the only way her voice can hit so many shrill notes in a single phrase.

Chalkdust - 2009-08-03
I've seen her talk a few times but holy crap she is spinning around with hands pointed above her head, drilling into the fucking moon
Cena_mark - 2009-08-03
I hate taking the side of MSNBPee, but those birthers are fucking nuts and worse than the 911 and Moon Landing conspiracy nuts.
Toenails - 2009-08-04
Respectfully disagree.

The Truthers are way more dangerous. Saying Obama wasn't properly vetted for candidacy of the President of the United States, or the entire space agency decided "fuck it, let's stage this" are the kind of nuts who post Youtube video evidence that our elected leaders and celebrities are really Reptilian aliens bent on world domination.

Truthers, on the other hand, believe the Government is actively trying to attack them to fuel a insurgence into a foreign country for monetary and territorial gain is a little more scary for a couple reasons:

One, the invasion of Iraq does have some credible evidence of faulty (or fabricated, depending on who you believe) information claiming there was an immanent and overwhelming danger. This makes it seem that the Afghanistan War could also have been a sinister plot to... wait... what would invading Afghanistan accomplish if we actually didn't care about finding Bin Laden? Anyway, it would have been something evil I'm sure.

Two, Osama hasn't been found. What's better, in these people's minds, than keeping the Emmanuel Goldstein of the Middle East alive and hidden other than letting us sheeple rally around a false-flag? I'm not saying that any of what the Truthers tell us has any shred of logic or credibility to it. It's just, on the surface, much easier to be tricked into believing that our Government is maliciously treating its citizens as pawns in an attempt at global domination.

Of course, thinking that Obama is a seekrit musloom who traveled back in time to plant newspaper announcements of his birth is pretty close to the insanity of the Bush and Clinton administration collaborating on running planes into the WTC, the Pentagon, and the ground. And that's why I respectfully disagree. Because, deep down, I think we're dealing with the same wackos.

Toenails - 2009-08-04
And of course by "immanent" I mean "imminent".

Unless the threat posed by Saddam Hussein had some sort of divine presence.

simon666 - 2009-08-04
I merely wanted to commend Toenails' use of enumeration and a deductive essay format.

Space Helicopter - 2009-08-13

I follow conspiracy theories regularly. I don't believe most of them, but I think I should disagree with you regarding a few things.

At first I, too, thought that 9/11 truthers were more dangerous to society in that it presented the U.S. government and all of its employees as murderous evil bastards. I also thought that it was a grave insult to the people who died in the attacks and those who served in the subsequent wars when you say the entire scenario is an evil farce.

I figured birthers were just a wacky cottage industry that wouldn't pick up any real movement, not when it's so easily refuted with a few clicks and keystrokes' worth of research. I felt that the movement would eventually run out of steam and besides, there really wasn't any harm done by it anyway.

Then I realized a birther is far more like to shoot someone than a truther.

raeshaldis - 2009-08-03
Tamron Hall's "What?!" when she is mentioned while off screen was so awesome.
pastorofmuppets - 2009-08-03
You will not be on seevee for soo long.
Enjoy - 2009-08-03
Truthers, Birthers, ... what else?
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-08-03
So I guess the Muslim driver just lied about her refusing to ride with him. Because you know how those people are!

Also, this amount of astronomical crazy is beautiful, especially when Tamron has "what the fuck" written all over her face.
Comeuppance - 2009-08-03
As crazy as she and the movement are, nothing was proven here except that the MSNBC interviewers are as annoying as she is. Talking over her, repeating irrelevant points ("Coulter called you-")...

I know there's a time delay, but they made no effort to make the discussion anything worth listening to. They didn't interview her, they just goaded her.

5 stars for poking at the crazy, though.
StanleyPain - 2009-08-03
I've got to agree. She's crazy and the birthers are retarded, but this was just some dumb show act. They could have let her talk if they had wanted her to, and then that way she'd have looked worse. (i.e. the Colbert interview where he actually let her finish her thoughts)

Xenocide - 2009-08-04
She was NEVER going to finish her thoughts. She was filibustering (though perhaps not intentionally, as a lot of that sounded like stream-of-consciousness rambling) and you can't just let your show be turned into her platform like that. She was less hysterical with Colbert because she's probably deluded enough to think he actually agrees with her.

It's true, though, MSNBC is basically putting on a show with the birthers. They're hilarious, they make the GOP look bad, no one takes them seriously, and they get ratings. It's win-win.

Bort - 2009-08-04
The Colbert interview:

http://www.colbertnation.com/the-colbert-report-videos/229691/ july-28-2009/womb-raiders---orly-taitz

She let Colbert interrupt her left and right, but only because he wasn't challenging her idiocy. He's not "real" news, though, so he can play her for laughs; "legitimate" newsmen have a certain obligation to press her for proof. She is, after all, encouraging sedition -- as Colbert points out, her team is out to get rid of Obama by any means necessary, and she certainly doesn't deny it.

Document - 2009-08-04
"they made no effort to make the discussion anything worth listening to."

Orly Taitz.

ORLY TAITZ. What could they have possibly discussed with her that would've been "worth listening to"? Best case scenario: she blathers on and on about stupid conspiracy theory, newsfolk call her a dipshit and point out the dipshittedness of said theory, Orly waffles some more.

No matter what she says, it's going to come out retarded. No matter the question, no matter the forum, no matter the interviewer: retarded. Why bother with "discussion" when you're essentially directing questions at a five-foot-something lump of equine with a broken record brain?

Rosebeekee - 2009-08-03
Okay, okay, okay, okay. OKAY! Okay, okay...okay, okay. OKAY!
Riskbreaker - 2009-08-03
Finally the whole thing starts to make sense: their leader is a woman from the 50s. Go back to your delorean crazy lady.
Rodents of Unusual Size - 2009-08-06

She kind of looks like the lady from There's Something About Mary.

Hooker - 2009-08-03
Orly Taitz is Andy Kaufman. I believe this deeply. He has been waiting this entire time.
Udderdude - 2009-08-04

THA SUGAH RAIN - 2009-08-03
If ever someone needed a xanax.
Tripitaka - 2009-08-04
Oh. So that's what happened to Baby Jane...
cognitivedissonance - 2009-08-04
This is some genuine, industrial-grade, vitamin fortified Looney Tunes.
Elvis Hitler - 2009-08-04
I'd hit it.
phalsebob - 2009-08-04
This is deeply insulting to Nazis. If Obama really had brownshirts, Orly would already be on the short-train to Poland.
ASubmarineSandwich - 2009-08-04
When she said "Brownshirts", I immediately thought she was referring to Joss Whedon fans.

fermun - 2009-08-04
What I love is that they ignore the entire citizenship laws. If you are born in the US, born in a foreign country but to two US citizens, born in a foreign country but to one US citizen and one previous resident of the US, or born in a foreign country but to one US citizen who has lived in the US for 5 years, 2 of which were after their 14th birthday, you are a US citizen.

If the weight of evidence proving Obama was born in Hawaii were overturned, they would next have to prove that Obama's father didn't ever live in US while he was a student. Next they would have to prove that Obama's mother never lived a combined total of 2 years after her 14th birthday in the US or never lived a combined total of 5 years in the US. How can this crazy ass movement still be going on?
cognitivedissonance - 2009-08-04
Until the GOP recognizes it's no longer politically useful to cling to the lunatic base for dear life.

So, like, two days after the 2012 election.

Desidiosus - 2009-08-04
You don't think the 2006 and 2008 elections were enough proof? These people have a problem with learning lessons.

Mordant - 2009-08-04
If American conservatives stand for anything it's resistance to change

Riskbreaker - 2009-08-04
Ok, i'm about to make a really dumb comment.....but. Right after she ended up saying all her stupid BS it will be great if the guy would just reply with a: O.....RLY?
Lies, lies, LIES! - 2009-08-04
"Ann Coulter says you're a crank."
Pillager - 2009-08-04
Horror tag, please?

We've earned it.

CharlesSmith - 2009-08-04
If there's a better word to describe her than "'Nanners" I haven't heard it.
detc - 2009-08-04
Wow, all these posts and no one's mentioned the laughter when she's accused of refusing MSNBC's car service.
dead_cat - 2009-08-04
Those eyes. Oh, jesus, those cold, dead eyes.
goat - 2009-08-06
I want to hear more about how she refused the car MSNBC sent to pick her up because the driver sounded Muslim. We could've easily squeezed another good five minutes of crazy rambling out of that nugget.

You know, in any sane country this interview would be the FINAL mainstream news coverage of the birthers. The leader of the movement is a raving lunatic, end of story. But somehow I bet Lou Dobbs finds an excuse to sympathetically interview her again.
chumbucket - 2009-08-06
keinsignal - 2009-08-13
I think my dad dated this chick.
Pie Boy - 2009-08-18
orly taitz
Babies Ate My Dingo - 2009-08-30
Please tell me she has a child named Yarly.
Wombles - 2010-04-10

I might hit that though. If I had a gag.
klingerbgoode - 2010-06-09
she gave me such a boner.
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