Sibley Announces Write-In Candidacy for President of the United States and Sues Obama

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Scion of Prominent 19th Century Political Family Announces Write-In Candidacy for President of the United States and Files Quo Warranto suit challenging Obama's "natural born Citizen" Status

Washington D.C. (MMD Newswire) January 6, 2012 -- Montgomery Blair Sibley, scion of the Blair Family whose ancestors first called the anti-slavery Republican Party to order at its preliminary convention at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania in February 1856, represented Dred Scott and from whence the Blair House gets its name, has announced the commencement of his campaign as a Write-In Candidate for President of the United States. Given the vagrancies of the Electoral College system, Montgomery could be elected President with only 13% of the nation-wide popular vote cast in 26 select states and the District of Columbia as detailed on his website:

Montgomery's primary platform is that power has been so concentrated in so few legislative and judicial hands, that the structure of the Federal government created by the Framers of the Constitution has been destroyed thereby destroying the protection of individual rights as well. As to the legislative structure, given that Congress have been unwilling since 1910 to dilute themselves of the power they have, Montgomery believes it is time for the States to call a Constitutional Convention pursuant to Article V of the United States Constitution for the purpose of considering: (i) enfranchising the 600,000 tax-paying, presently disenfranchised District of Columbia residents, (ii) returning to the ideal of one Representative for every 30,000 citizens and (iii) repealing the 17th Amendment thus returning election of United States Senators to State Legislatures to ensure proper representation of the interests of the States at the Federal legislative level.

As to the judicial structure, Montgomery believes the Rule of Law no longer exists in the federal Courts of the United States as evidenced by: (i) the oxymoron of Supreme Court's "discretionary jurisdiction" and the claimed right of the federal court to issue non-binding, unpublished opinions thereby violating equal protection and stare decisis, (ii) the federal grant to the American Bar Association of the status of "gate-keeper" of how law will be taught and who may become lawyers and (iii) the refusal to recognize those "retained" and "reserved" common law rights resident respectively in the Ninth and Tenth Amendments to the United States Constitution.

Among those "retained" and "reserved" common law rights is: "the right, possessed by every citizen, to require that the Government be administered according to law and that the public moneys be not Wasted." Fairchild v. Hughes, 258 U.S. 126, 130 (1922). Accordingly, Montgomery has filed this day in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia a Quo Warranto suit seeking to oust Barrack Hussein Obama II as President of the United States and/or preventing him from holding the franchise of being on the ballot for that office on November 6, 2012, insomuch as he is not a "natural born Citizen" of the United States as required by Article II, §1, of the U.S. Constitution. There are thus two plain requirements: being born (i) in the United Stats and (ii) of two parents, both of whom must be United States citizens.

Barrack Hussein Obama, II has represented that he is the son of a non-citizen of the United States, Barack Hussein Obama, Sr., who was a citizen of the United Kingdom in 1961. Moreover, even allowing for a definition of "natural born Citizen" to include one born within the United States to only one United States citizen parent, the significant questions raised by his publically released "Certificates of Live Birth" would nonetheless challenge his eligibility to be President of the United States. A detailed analysis of the apparent tampering with Barrack Hussein Obama, II's putative "Certificates of Live Birth" is contained in the Quo Warranto lawsuit.

As to the "Why" Montgomery is seeking the office of President - despite the public abuse he is knowingly courting - his answer is the same as when he ran for District Attorney in Rochester, New York, in 1987 and is best summed up in Edmund Burke's observation - "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing." Here, that "evil" is the departure from the Rule of Law which Montgomery has sworn to uphold, an oath he obviously takes seriously.

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