A post by Nathanael at The Fogbow yesterday hit the nail right on the head:
I2ANAL: I thought the contempt dance was a three-step: subpoena-compel-contempt. How can one be found in contempt if there was never an order to be in contempt of?
And wouldn’t a retroactive order to compel be a bit … well … silly? “The Court hereby orders the defendant to appear in this courtroom two weeks ago last Thursday. Attached: one Tardis.” Leading, of course to that granddaddy of all time paradoxes: defendant shows up two weeks ago, mooting the need for the order-to-compel-with-Tardis-attached, making it impossible for defendant to show up, thus necessitating the need for an order to compel … and the whole Orlyverse collapses in on itself in a galactic collision of reason and anti-reason.
And, has been pointed out, Malihi is an administrative judge, and any compel and contempt orders would have to be pushed through the superior court where the case is headed anyway, so why bother on that account, either? Too?
Yes, a Tardis is exactly what they need. The use of a Tardis is the only way any of their claims could magically become true. Look at these examples of their claims that could be dramatically improved and other events that might have a better outcome through the judicious use of a Tardis:
- They could go back and change the hundreds of Civics books, legal articles, and guides that say anyone born in the US can become President.
- They could actually have mentioned the two parent citizen nonsense before late 2008 so it didn’t look like they pulled it out of
their assthin air.
- Mario Apuzzo and Leo Donofrio could have represented Ankeny from Indiana on appeal at SCOTUS (OK, it wouldn’t have helped but it would have been fun.)
- They could go back and stop Gary Kreep from bringing Orly Taitz on board in his eligibility case with Alan Keyes. (Now that would be a complete shame.)
- Someone could tell Orly that the Orange County LGBT HQ was not the proper place to file her petition to run for California Secretary of State.
- They could tell Terry Lakin to find a better set of friends and an attorney with a specialty other than dog bite cases to advise him on how to express his concerns about the President’s place of birth.
- The could hint to Jerome Corsi that he consider finding another subject for a book.
- They could advise Donald Trump to never, never mess with President Obama. Remember how he snatched that fly in mid flight?
[Update: I had to add one that just occurred to me.]
- They would tell Darren Huff to leave his pink remote controlled dildo at home before driving to Tennessee to help Walter.
I am sure you could think of many more. Fortunately, Doctor Who is not ready to sell his Tardis and would never consider putting it in the hands of these fools. It would indeed lead to an irreparable rift in the space time continuum.