Orly Taitz Spins Don Quixote Tales in Legal Motion

A scene from The Orliad and the Idiocy.
Mrs. Polly / Rumproast.com

​In dismissing Dr.

Orly Taitz

's

Taitz v. Obama

lawsuit

earlier this month

, a federal judge called the Laguna Niguel dentist's quest to unseat the president "quixotic."


Big mistake.

In her motion for the judge to reconsider, docketed today, Taitz spends the better part of two pages riffing on the idea of her as

Don Quixote

.

Susan B. Anthony

's quest was quixotic at one time, she says. So was

Ronald Reagan

's. 


We like this quote:

Today it might seem an impossible quest, but Taitz is fighting to make sure that the Constitution of the United States of America does not turn into a Dulcinea, who is never rescued by her Prince in Shining Armor.


The implication being that Taitz is the prince.


It's a fun motion to read, and it's below. In it, she asks that the judge grant her permission to serve as an attorney in D.C. of his own accord because she can't find a local attorney there who will vouch for her. Who, oh who, will be her Sancho Panza?

TAITZ v OBAMA (QW) - 24 - First MOTION for Reconsideration - gov.uscourts.dcd.140567.24.0

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