Your article dated April 12, 2012 about Dr. Orly Taitz, Esq. is biased and designed to be derogatory towards Dr. Taitz. Your Taitz scenario, “which would generate mockery for the party across the nation” is worded to slant inequitably against Mrs. Taitz. Those of us who support Dr. Taitz know that she is an honest, hardworking person involved in an issue that no other elected official has the bravery to address. Dr. Taitz is doing the work that your paper is not doing to expose Obama, for criminal probable cause, as brought forth by not only Dr. Taitz but also Sheriff Joe Arpaio. I notice you describe Republican chair Tom Del Beccaro as “bravely” going against Dr. Taitz, but you describe Mrs. Taitz as a “mockery” to the Republican Party. Many Republicans believe the opposite is true: Dr. Taitz is the brave one and Del Beccaro is the person who many Republicans view with disdain and contempt.
The consequences, as described in your article: “California Republicans are aghast at the distinct possibility that the GOP could be represented in the state’s 2012 U.S. Senate race by “birther queen” Orly Taitz,” is not a truthful statement! California Republicans respect Dr. Orly Taitz and her work and we are not “aghast” but rather hopeful that she will win the election and replace the ghastly Dianne Feinstein, who is a Democrat with an agenda that Republicans do not agree with. Del Beccaro is not the only Republican in the State of California and his viewpoints should not be the only ones considered to be accurate. Just because Del Beccaro chose to back Elizabeth Emkin is no reason to imply that all Republicans should back Emkin. It’s no wonder many people are turning against newspapers and TV channels across the U.S.A. due to biased reporting.