Orly Taitz: Who "ID-Ed" "Bin Ladin?" And What's That On My Forehead?
Leave it to Orange County dentist/disbarred (we wish) attorney/birther wackjob Orly Taitz to not only question President Obama's announcement that Osama bin Laden is dead, but also to do so in an incoherent, grammatically incorrect, and all-around childishly stupid manner.
Posted on her website, just below a link to a video of her looking crazy and fumbling a TV reporter's questions about when she plans to go away and never come back is the following all-caps one-liner:
More after the jump . . .
"WHO ID-ED BIN LADIN AND WHY THEY DIDN'T TAKE HIM ALIVE TO GET INFO ON OTHER TERRORISTS?
That's it. Taitz just asks the question but doesn't answer it. But anyways, where to start with this one? First of all, "ID'd" is short for "identified," not "ID-ED." Secondly, it's Osama bin Laden, not BIN LADIN. Just google "bin Ladin" and see for yourself. Your computer will ask you if you're searching for "bin Laden." Hint: the answer's yes, although thanks to President Obama, no, we're not searching for bin Laden anymore, because we killed him.
Which brings us to the last point. Are you seriously asking why we didn't keep bin Laden alive so we could ask him about other terrorists. I mean, who is he going to betray? Bin Laden? Fuck's sake, Orly, that's dumb. But anyways, if you're really that desperate for anti-Obama angles that you're trying to ask the question: "Why didn't they take him alive to get info on other terrorists?" you need to pose your question in the form of a question. Just putting a question mark at the end of a sentence doesn't make it a question, just like calling Obama's Hawaii birth certificate a fraud doesn't make it a fraud, although strangely, it does make you a fraud.
Better luck next time, birth-brain.
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