Orly Taitz for Sharron Angle

In what can only be described as perfect fodder for Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's re-election campaign, Orly Taitz is soliciting donations via her website for Sharron Angle.

Taitz, a lawyer/dentist, is recognized as the world's leading Birther, and she touts her website as the "World's Leading Obama Citizenship Challenge Website." She recently lost a Republican primary for secretary of state in California to former NFL wideout Damon Dunn.

Here's Taitz's fundraising pitch for Angle, from her website:


#1 RACE IN AMERICA: ANGLE VERSUS REID! RETIRE HARRY REID, SUPPORT SHARRON ANGLE
Posted on | September 29, 2010 | No Comments

For the next 5 weeks I am less important, and my $20,000 sanctions are less important  than Sharron, so please, donate to:

Sharron Angle

c/o Friends of Sharron Angle

P.O. Box 96205

Washington, D.C. 20090

Now  is the time to take a trip to Vegas! You will help their embattled economy and help Sharron by joining California Republican Assembly trip to Vegas Oct 22-24.

we can walk the precincts for Sharron, dispense fliers to the undecided independent voters or moderate, blue dog Democrats, who are fed up with this takeover of the country or we can tell some lazy Conservatives to get off their lazy b.... and vote. If we can remove Reid from office and bring a tea party candidate in Senate, it would be an amazing accomplishment.

Write to me to orly.taitz@gmail.com, if you want to help by walking the precincts for Sharron

See the post at Orly Taitz's website.

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Chris Good is a political reporter for ABC News. He was previously an associate editor at The Atlantic and a reporter for The Hill.

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