What's that? You missed the "Max Baucus was drunk" story? That was a fun one in which someone took a clip of Baucus talking on the floor of the senate and retitled it "Senator Max Baucus Drunk/Intoxicated on the Senate Floor" and Drudge linked to it, because apparently he was in his New Years "throw shit at the wall and see what sticks" mode and then it was picked up by actual newspapers and supposedly legitimate news sites across the web, because why not? Who cares! You can literally write any old thing you want, and you needn't even bother to pretend to try to support it with anything, and if certain people are in the mood, it will get picked up. It is now part of the semi-official mythology of the right, by the way, that Max Baucus was drunk, or is drunk all the time, while speaking on the floor of the Senate, because he kinda talks funny. It is insane! Anyway. Back to Orly!
Orly, esq., is mad that Homeland Security chief Janet Napolitano (who was probably born in Mexico) told us we are "safe"—but how can we be safe when the President is not even American?
Why did Obama pick as a director of Homeland security one with the worst record? What is the real intention of this Kenyan, Indonesian communist usurper? Is it to provide security for us or to destroy our security? Judge for yourself.
Then Orly literally calls for an armed insurrection. Which is kinda funny.
But in other Orly news! Her former "law clerk," this disbarred attorney named Charles Lincoln, has been bringing the crazy on his own blog. Lincoln apparently had a falling out with Orly! They were in love, see. (Orly is married, btw.)
Lincoln posted a letter he sent Orly. Then he thought better of it and unposted it, but look at that, there it is, on the internet. And it has a lot of stuff about how Orly wanted Lincoln to move closer to her office so that they could make love without Orly being too far away from home, and the word "boy toy" is used, and just wow. And it all ended at 9:56 P.M. on Wednesday, November 4, 2009, when Orly said they could not sleep together or have sex anymore :(
That's what's up with the birther movement, these days! 58% of self-identified Republicans claim to believe that Barack Obama was not born in the US, btw.