Maj. Stefan F. Cook, the reservist whose clever scheme to back out of his voluntary deployment by suing for proof of President Obama’s citizenship ended with him getting fired from his defense industry job, is suing again. He wants his old job back. Orly Taitz (of course!) has filed a temporary restraining order and request for injunction to get Cook reinstated at Simtech. “The actions against the Plaintiff,” writes Taitz, “known to have been initiated and taken by the Department of Defense, are plainly illegal and in fact constitutionally forbidden.”
The remedies include an outright demand for the military to stop doing anything until the president gives Taitz his birth certificate. Seriously. They ask the court to
enjoin Defendants Robert M. Gates, as well as Colonels Louis B. Wingate, Wanda L. Good and Thomas D. MacDonald from issuing any order to Plaintiff or any other officers persons similarly situated to Afghanistan or anywhere on active duty until such time as the constitutional qualifications and eligibility of Barack Hussein Obama to serve as President and Commander and Chief [sic] have been established by clear and convincing evidence.
The incredibly outrageous demand is a token of the Taitz complaint/lawsuit/rant. Also:
From Plaintiff Major Cook’s standpoint, if the history of World War II and the Nuremberg Trials teaches us anything, it is that no military officer should ever rely on “apparent” authority or “facial” legitimacy of orders.”
Could the usurper/president order Cook to commit genocide? Who can say, really?