Posted on | March 31, 2012 | 15 Comments
From:Dr. Orly Taitz, ESQ
To: Senator Diane Feinstein
Dear Senator Feinstein,
Few people are more valuable than those who serve others honorably and unselfishly and can show a record to prove they have done so. Conversely, many have been held up to scorn and even been imprisoned because they have put on the appearance of unselfish honor while actually enriching themselves and/or empowering the government at the expense of the people. In which category do you see yourself? I submit that if you firmly believe that you reside in the former, that you will have no hesitation in debating me, as your challenger, on the pertinent issues we face in California and all over America.
As someone who must be considered a career politician, this would be an excellent opportunity to put your political career on display for all Californians to appreciate, if it is something of which you are proud. With the “campaign season” heating up it will be quite natural for your constituents to begin paying attention to the thoughts, plans, and ideas of those who govern. Such a debate, on neutral ground, could be very beneficial in informing the electorate. I am open to any number of venues and configurations. We could discuss debating one-to-one, or permit the participation of other challengers. I have no preconceived ideas about the structure.
Please let me know what you think of this prospect and how you would like to proceeded. I’m sure the good people of California would turn out in droves to learn where we stand on the issues.