This time, instead of questioning Barack Obama's birth credentials, her lawsuit argues that there are two Obamas: one who was born in Hawaii; the second, an Indonesian spy. You can guess which one ~ according to her ~ is actually in the White House.
Yet Mr. Carroll's queen is a fantasy and her rage remained contained within the confines of a storybook.
Ms. Taitz, in contrast, moves about in the real world, wreaking havoc whenever reality gets in her way. A Russian-born naturalized citizen, Ms. Taitz is a dentist and an attorney, but her legal practice seems to be focused mostly on President Obama and anyone else who does not comply with her demands. In one odd twist of legalistic mumbo-jumbo she even subpoenaed Arizona Sheriff Joe Arapaio insisting he testify on behalf of a birther case she filed in Indiana. He was a no-show.
So it is with some relief to learn that a petition has been filed seeking that people who engage in costly frivolous lawsuits, should bear the brunt of the cost of their actions ~ and that the taxpaying public be spared from the continued wasteful expenditure of our tax dollars, spent on repeatedly responding to vacuous demands and court time.
In these economic times, such recompense would only be fair. The petitioners' seeking fiscal redress are asking that the United States Attorney General's office be mandated to seek sanctions, costs, and attorneys' fees to recover taxpayer funds used to defend birther lawsuits.