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Birther Loon Orly Taitz Files Motion To Join Health Care Reform Suits

All those judgments for filing frivolous lawsuits aren't stopping birther loon Orly Taitz. Now she's filed a motion to intervene in the anti-health care reform suits filed against the feds by numerous state attorneys general. According to Taitz, the health care reform bill is invalid because it was signed by a Kenyan citizen.
"H.R. 3590 was signed into law by Mr. Barack Hussein Obama, who … never proved his legitimacy to the presidency. Therefore the act is invalid, as it was not signed by one legally entitled to sign it." Plaintiffs for the case include attorneys general representing the following states: Florida, South Carolina, Nebraska, Texas, Utah, Louisiana, Alabama, Michigan, Colorado, Pennsylvania, Washington, Idaho and South Carolina. Virginia has filed an independent suit in a separate action. The complaint lists Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius, Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner and Secretary of Labor Hilda Solis as defendants. "Movant unlike the Attorneys General is a medical provider directly affected by the Act suing Quo Warranto," Taitz' motion states. "Accordingly, there can be no genuine dispute that Dr. Taitz claims a valid interest in the subject matter of the instant action – i.e. whether the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act violates the Commerce Clause."
RELATED: Taitz has declared her candidacy for California Secretary of State. Check out her campaign site Run, Orly Run! for a good larf.

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