The D.C. lawyer who keeps filing lawsuits questioning the veracity of President Obama's birth certificate acknowledges that some might find his crusade to disqualify Obama a little absurd, but he has no plans of quitting any time soon.
Montgomery Blair Sibley, whose first case against the president was breezily dismissed by a federal judge in June, is headed to D.C. Superior Court next week in hopes of preventing the District's three Electoral College members from casting their votes to give Obama a second term.
But Sibley v. ObamaŚround 2Śwon't go before a federal judge until early December, if it gets a court date at all. First, Sibley is looking to get a preliminary injunction next week in D.C. Superior Court that will prevent the District's electors from carrying out their ceremonial duty when the Electoral College meets on December 17.
Look up his family. His ancestors show up repeatedly in American history.