Here we have always assumed that Orly Taitz was some kind of comic relief goober invented by the universe to break up droll news cycles, but apparently some people still somehow take her seriously! Not real people of course, just a screamy handful of Republican state legislators in New Hampshire, this time, who got so red-faced worked up hollering angry old people words like “TREASON” over and over during a recent/inexplicable public hearing of her aging, withered fantasies that they managed to scare members of the state’s election commission into locking themselves into a room after they unanimously refused to remove Barack Obama’s name from the ballot. Creepy video after the jump!

Why are these people so insane?

Lighten up, violent birther nuts! You are supposed to laugh at the Orly Taitz clown show. When did clowns all of a sudden start making people so sad all the time? That’s what “politics” is for! [Right Wing Watch]

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  • Barb

    And then they toasted s'mores by the glowing light of the burning cross.

    • Yakkity woman who kept saying "write my question down" (Susan DeLemus?) wore a big shiny cross around her neck. How does that old saying go … big cross, small cock? big cross, small IQ? Help me out here. OH GOT IT. big cross, small heart.

  • Barry Obamer to be replaced on the ballot with "Keel Moose und Squwirel"

  • Tundra Grifter

    Occupy the New Hampshire House of Representatives!


    TeaBag Wall Street!

    As you prefer…

  • freakishlywrong

    They want their country back. I say we let them have it. They broke it, they own it.

  • WhatTheHolyHeck

    New Hampshire better patent that fact-proof shield they have all around the state before Apple buys it up and sues them for royalties.

    • Biel_ze_Bubba

      Fact-free or die!

    • What the hell is the story with New Hampshire? Was there some big snow storm or something that prevented them from making the trek to Alabama and caused them to get stuck in the Northeast?

      And that guy's Pacino impression sucked.

  • Barb

    0:13-Santa leaves.

    • 'cause he found out who's been naughty and who's been nice.

  • NorthStarSpanx

    Just how I like my modern day public meetings, signature Right Wing Fringe pell mell.

    • prommie

      Oooh, sounds delish! When all you need in life is tight pussy, loose shoes, and a warm place to shit, Orly is the gal for you!

      • Chichikovovich

        Earl Butz? Is that you?

  • GuanoFaucet

    Never go full birther.

  • DaSandman

    Changing the license plate motto to "Be stupid then die"

  • DaRooster

    "You are supposed to laugh at the Orly Taitz clown show."

    But she is worse than the clown from IT.
    (and she ain't even a penny wise… ten pounds foolish maybe)

  • BaldarTFlagass

    As crazy as Americans are these days, I'm kinda glad our President is not one.

    • MOG2410


    • ShaveTheWhales

      That one deserves a meta-fist.

  • prommie

    "The sherrif is near," I think thats what they were saying. Or thinking. I sometimes feel guilty over all this, the tea-party and this "insanity is the new normal" political tone these days, I feel responsible. You see, I supported Obama almost entirely out of schadenfruede. I really wasn't in it for the positive joy in seeing the guy I wanted elected, 99% of my motivation was the shameful joy of knowing that his election would absolutely infuriate the kind of people I most hate, the knuckle-dragging, nascar-watching, goat-fucking born-again retards of the world. I knew that they would live for years in perpetual screaming rage, that it would eat at them constantly, literally plague their every moment with frustration and impotent rage, that a black man was president. I predicted it would make their heads asplode, and it has. Look at these people, these are people whose heads have asploded. They are raging lunatics, their minds have ceased to function, they are just stone cold crazy, just fucking out of their minds, because the president is near. And I feel bad, because I was looking forward to seeing this, I was enjoying the thought. But the reality is really ugly and unpleasant.

    • BaldarTFlagass

      When I was a kid, the behavior that they are exhibiting was known as "spazzing out."

      • Fare la Volpe

        Was that some sort of slur? Because whenever I use that word around my father he acts like a normal person does whenever my great uncle says the n-word.

        • Chichikovovich

          The original slur was "spaz", short for spastic. A spaz was someone physically clumsy, or – by extension, mentally clumsy. Then to "spaz out" was to act temporarily in a manner thought to be characteristic of spaz's.

          I've never thought of it as derogatory toward the handicapped, or heard other people say they did. But in these days of out-of-control political correctness, when even the honest, toiling snarkers of Wonkette are denied the use of the r-word – an indispensible tool for the practice of their craft – I'm prepared to believe people are offended by anything.

        • BaldarTFlagass

          Just tell your dad not to spaz out if you say "spaz."

          I think Chichi got it just right.

    • MOG2410

      Say a Hail Mary and move on. These guys didn't need Barry, they were already nuts and just looking for a place to "defend the Constitution". I keep reminding myself they are a small % of the norm. They just make great TV/YouTube.

    • LiveToServeYa

      You have found wisdom, my friend. No schadenfreude is worth the absolute insanity of its targets. Unless, of course, they were insane to begin with. Or it rips apart their facade of legitimacy and reveals the beast beneath for all to see. And the example of their insane rage deters others from their viewpoint. Hm. That last point is tricky.

    • SorosBot

      Comfort yourself with this: the reality may be ugly, but it is still fun to point and laugh at the crazy people, and the seething anger and stress should cause some of the raving racists' heads to literally asplode, in the form of an aneurism or stroke, killing them and leaving the world a better place for their absence.

      • Barb

        Soros, this is why I don't go to Alcoholic's Anonymous meetings! See how fast this one turned ugly.

        • prommie

          I don't go to AA meetings because I am not an alcoholic. I am a drunkard. You know, a citizen of the world.

          • fuflans

            finally! the words i can i can use to explain things…

            oh, and fabulous post prommie.

    • MzNicky

      Down here in the glorious border state goats are considered socialist. Our knuckledragging NASCAR-watching born-again 'tards fuck pigs and cows, like real Americans.

    • jqheywood

      "The sherrif is near,"

      "That's a fine example of authentic frontier gibberish…"

    • Tommmcattt

      I dunno Prommie, that one shrieking bitch with the gray hair is giving me a giggle or two…

    • "I cast my ballot for Mr. Lincoln, not so much from a belief in his policy, yet just to witness those gentlemen in Virginia lose their composure." — Rufus Prommie, February,1861.

      [And look how that turned out.]

  • chascates

    And New Hampshire always seemed to be such a sensible, no nonsense state!

    • neiltheblaze

      Until the advent of the Teabaggers. Or should I say, the re-branding of the John Birchers.

      • NorthStarSpanx

        John Birthers

    • This whole "as goes new Hampshire" business as exaggerated their self importance to intolerable levels. Plus, but it is full of douchy rednecks raving about their independent spirit while drinking coffee at Dunkin Donuts.

  • RadiosTyrone

    Maybe angry birther's S&M symbol necklace is too tight.

    • The glare off that Walmart bad ass brass cross 'bout blinded me.

  • What's the Matter with Kansas New Hampshire?

  • LettucePrey

    The Orly Taitz Comedy Tour is how I know God loves me.

    • prommie

      As long as you stay in that state described as "gently stewed," America is a very amusing place to be.

  • MzNicky

    New Hampshire, huh? Didn't some newspaper up thataways just endorse The Salamander? Whew! And I thought Tennessee had the corner on wingnuttery.

  • elviouslyqueer

    I think it's time to change New Hampshire's state motto from "Live Free or Die" to "Fuck Off and Die."

    • neiltheblaze

      Here in the People's Republic of Massachusetts, we say it as "Live, Freeze, Then Die"

  • JackDempsey1

    add in 3 crying kids throwing tantrums on the floor, and this pretty much looks like the "stuffing-in-or-out-of-turley" "discussion" at my brother's house last weekend.

    • proudgrampa

      I would definitely keep the stuffing out of the "turley."

      • JackDempsey1

        adjacent keys are the bame of my existence

        • proudgrampa

          Yup, I gate that when that gappens.

  • DaRooster

    Hey DeLemus… could you please DeLeave us?

  • Goonemeritus

    Can anyone explain to me how New Hampshire, Vermont and Massachusetts can all be neighbors?

    • LesBontemps

      Good fences?

    • Biff

      California has Nevada and Arizona…

    • It's weird, isn't it? Something in the water maybe.

  • Lucidamente1

    Some of these folks look like they should be gathering stones for the lottery they hold in that unnamed New England town every year.

  • MzNicky

    Screechy stringy-haired angry lady there at the end was so enraged her gold crucifix pendant was bobbing up and down. She really loves Jeezus.

    • NorthStarSpanx

      Oh was Sarah there? I missed that.

    • Steverino247

      If the Romans had drowned the bastard in a toilet bowl, what would she wear around her neck?

      • finallyhappy

        if you believe in hell(and I don't), you are going there. Me,-I'm just going to be compost

  • SorosBot

    From the article: "Rep. Accornero went ballistic and stormed out while calling out to the commission: “Why don’t you rip up the Constitution and throw it out?” “You all should be accused of treason, and we’ll get people to do that,” he jeered."

    Considering that he was yelling at the commission for following the Constitution and refusing to commit the treason that Rep. Accornero and Taiitz wanted them to do, in striking Obama's name from the ballot simply because he's black, that's some real meta-irony there.

    • BaldarTFlagass

      Accornero's real name is Mxyzptlk.

      • proudgrampa

        What happens when you pronounce his name backwards? Does he return to whatever dimension he came from?


  • KeepFnThatChicken

    So glad to see John McEnroe found work performing as Arthur Kirkland (or was it Tom Servo?)

  • EatsBabyDingos

    The Old Man of the Mountain jumped in shame. Nice quarter, though.

    • Tundra Grifter


      I believe his face fell shortly after that coin was released.

      Does only a quarter remain?

  • MzNicky

    "YOU'RE out of order! YOU'RE out of order! This whole HEARING is out of order! Attica! Attica!"

    • Fukui_sanYesOta

      Sounds like a teabagger version of Oprah

      "YOU get a treason! YOU get a treason!"

      later on Oprah, Dr "media fuckface who should be struck off" Oz explains why Obama causes cancer

    • prommie

      That fucking movie gave me the bright idea to go to fucking law school. What was I thinking? That I would get to break down, shave my head, and hurl crockery down courthouse hallways every day? Ha! The joke was on me, the fact is in real life, you hardly ever get to do that.

  • BaldarTFlagass

    "Angry Birthers" is going to be the hot new video game for the Christmas season.

    • DaRooster

      "Pepper Spray Assault" should be good too.

  • Allmighty_Manos

    In defense of New Hampshire, it should be noted that its lower house has 400 members. Which means crazed people living in shacks have as much chance at being elected as anybody.

    • finallyhappy

      more- because plenty of sane people won't do it

  • memzilla

    Watching the completely integrated multi-racial Tea Party representatives going Full Orly left me snowblind.

    • Blueb4sunrise

      Ozzie LIBEL!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • NH is an unusual place. Come on, John Sununu came out of that place. It's a small state but has the largest state house of representatives in the nation, such that the ratio of citizens to representatives is something like 1200:1. So if you live in a wingnut district, you've got to be extra wingnutty to get elected.

    Oh yeah, there's the Free State Project too. A bunch of open-carry and libertarian crazies have infiltrated the state as a result (but not as much as they'd like).

    • PubOption

      Boner should join the Free State Project – then it could be called the Orange Free State.

  • Eve8Apples

    Orly Taitz is next week's GOP Presidential frontrunner beating Romney in a landslide.

  • edgydrifter

    This must be one of those filthy degenerate hippie "occupy" protests, because I keep hearing how they're disrespectful and out of control… not like the polite and orderly Tea Party Patriot rallies at all.

  • paris biltong

    "Accornero" of "Laconia" sounds pretty foreign himself. Wasn't he a conspirator in an early Verdi opera?

    • Chichikovovich

      Simon Blockanegra

      • elviouslyqueer

        *polite opera clap*

        Actually, it was probably from the forgotten Mozart comedy, "Die Fryanigger."

      • paris biltong

        "Plebe, patrizi, popolo, FTW"

  • BaldarTFlagass

    I'd like to pass along some "country-boy" advice to these birthers: When you're fucking that chicken, and you are approaching your "zenith", go ahead and break the chicken's neck. The "dying quivers" will add a whole new dimension of pleasure to your experience.

    Plus, chicken dinner!

    • yyyaz

      You, sir, are sick. I like that in a commenter.

  • Is there a New Hampshire Wonketteer out there who could invite Reps Henry Accornero, and Susan DeLemus over for Xmas dinner and have them cook the turkey? Have them drop a frozen turkey in one of those ginormous deep fat fryers, obvs. Thin the herd, one 'Tard at a time.

  • Mort_Sinclair

    We in Massachusetts don't call it New Hampster for nothing.

  • I occasionally forget that birther garbage along with most right wing ideology has nothing to do with politics as such but is an expression of mental illness–real psychosis. When one says "These people are crazy", it is actually true; the disorder of their minds is untreatable, permanent and not subject to rational argument.

    But then a video like this pops up and I recall that right wingers are nuts.

  • x111e7thst

    I think all these people should move to Texas which could then secede. Then they could sit around drinking their own piss while carrying lots of guns until they died.

  • anniegetyerfun

    It's going to be harder (geographically) to let New Hampshire secede than it would be, say, Maine, but I say we do it.

  • gizdal

    did orly birther taitz ever pay that $20,000 fine a judge levied on her for bringing a "ridiculous" lawsuit?

    • Chichikovovich

      It was taken care of by some person or persons, I'm sure. I've no doubt that if an ad asking for contributions to pay her fine were posted on Newsmax (maybe it has?) it would net $20,000 in fifteen minutes. And that's not even counting the pledges of hubcaps, half-chawed tins of Copenhagen, and fresh catfish.

  • SpiderCrab

    As disheartening as this is, it is not more disheartening than the fact that these are the sorts of politicians Barry, over the past three years. has tried his best to make friends with.

  • chicken_thief

    I refuse to listen to the sound until Lou Sarah Lite flashes some tit. She can keep the cheesy oversized cross on, but the top has gotta go.

  • ThundercatHo

    Good thing they weren't selling $10 Wii games or things could have really gotten out of hand.

  • ndisang67

    I blame the founding Fathers. How could the not forsee this?.
    They should have specifically forbidden in the constitution any non-white-male-caucasian from ever running for president…

    • Chichikovovich

      According to Taney writing for the majority in Dred Scott versus Sandford 1857 they did. But then those damned heathen Yankees had to go and amend what the Christian Founding Fathers, in their great wisdom, designed.

    • Ramon X

      Actually, they kinda did, didn't they? It was when we started adding in all those socialist "amendments" that our miseries began.

  • bringmeanaxe

    When people with psychiatric issues insist on 'being taken seriously', we should give them medication and treatment, not elect them to public office!

    • Eve8Apples

      Here's the problem… When you offer to give a people with psychiatric issues medication and treatment, they respond by screaming, "NOBAMACARE!!," "SOSHULIZM," "COMMUNIZM," "KENYAN MOOZLIN."

  • I love the way that woman kept saying "write my question down and get back to me". As if she'd ever believe something written down on paper.

  • Callyson

    "I hope you sleep good tonight"
    No, actually, I'm afraid I'm going to wake up several times during the night and laugh over this freak show. Maybe I'll take a nap next time you want some constituent service, though…

  • "Live Free or Die"

    Your move, Reps. Accornero & DeLemus.

  • Tommy1733

    These people make me sad. Need to have a lie-down and focus on my breathing.

  • The NH State Legislature looks more like a Greyhound waiting room.

  • BornInATrailer

    I've noticed that it is never positive when my state makes Wonkette.

    • LowProfileinGA

      Welcome to the club.

    • BaldarTFlagass

      Down here in Texas, we'd ask you to play us a little violin music. How do you think we feel?

  • DahBoner

    New Hampshire has state-run liquor stores at rest stops along the interstate.

    Any more questions?

  • At least in the South they have the good grace to feign that "bless your heart" civility. That goes a long way, for a short while.

  • owhatever

    The Constitution, according to the Oily Tits rightwingers, says,er, something something something Obama is a treasoner something something.

  • ttommyunger

    Just one more reason I want Barry to be reelected: to drive goat-fuckers like this totally around the bend.

  • Antispandex

    " Orly Taitz (born August 30, 1962) is an American dentist, lawyer, former real estate agent, and leading figure in the "birther" movement, which challenges whether …"

    I looked it up because I thought this was not a real person. I saw her picture. I will never forgive you.

  • Troglodeity

    They all need to take baths and get jobs.

  • fuflans

    this is why, when i'm with THAT part of my family (not the canadian part, obv), i get drunk and shout inappropriate comments FIRST ("the current crop of republicans are the direct heirs of both stalin and mccarthy and the equivalent of intellectual abortions. discuss")

    distracts em from bamz.

  • fitley

    I would sleep good at night knowing loud mouth choad person was playing with his poop.

  • datateday

    Why didn't they just resort to their slime-forms and slither through the vents to reach the electoral commission members?!?

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