Hero Judge Teabags Birther To Tune Of $177 Large
Brooklyn judge Arthur Schackpulled out his punking thesaurus the other day to slap down birther Christopher Earl Strunk's latest frivolous lawsuit (of around 20), which claims that your Barry Soetoro is not eligible to run for preznet.
In a written order, Schack went all Gabe Kotter on Strunk, saying that his 2011 suit was "fanciful, delusional and irrational," and that Strunk's sister was so low that she plays handball on the curb (probably). Lest Strunk miss the point of this dozening and think about suit No. 21, Schack also charged him $167,000 for opposing attorney's fees, and fined him $10k, for larfs.
Strunk took the whole thing in stride, as a man who aspires to Orly Taitzdom naturally would. "I’m going to have this thing overturned and I’m not going to pay a dime,” he said. Such optimism is reasonable, given that Strunk was merely pointing out the Jesuit-led, Roman Catholic voter-fraud conspiracy that involves hundreds of people and pretty much all high-ranking officials in New York. Everybody knows about that one.
This kind of smackdown is nothing new for Schack,who used to teach social studies in public school (no shit!), and later was the lawyer for the Major League Baseball Players Association. When he's not ranking on birthers, he likes to cockblock bank foreclosures on the slightest technicaliity, and generally swagger about being awesome.
Schack also supplied a little film criticism in his order, in memory of the late Roger Ebert: “If the complaint in this action was a movie script, it would be entitled ‘The Manchurian Candidate Meets The Da Vinci Code,’ ” he wrote. We have already written a pitch letter for the screenplay, so mitts off!