Thursday, January 17, 2013

Waiver of right of respondent Barak H. Obama, President of the United States, et al. to respond . . ..

The title of this blog post comes from my Quo Warranto suit which is pending at the U.S. Supreme Court for conference on February 15, 2013.  Achieving a conference hearing before the Supremes is no big thing -- by properly filing a petition -- a task made difficult by the Supremes arcane petition printing requirements -- anyone will get a conference before the Supremes.  I have had dozens.

And like those I have had before, I expect the Supremes to deny my Petition which seeks to challenge Mr. Obama's eligibility to be President and our fundamental and Congressionally-granted right as citizens to access the Grand Jury to present evidence of criminal behavior of government officials. 

But what really bothered me about Mr. Obama "waiving his right" to respond to my properly presented allegations of ineligibility is that I firmly believe that our elected officials don't have a "right" to respond; but rather an "obligation" to respond.

And that is why I continue to press forward upon all legal fronts:  I like to believe I live under the rule of law, though my faith is tested every time another court sticks its head in the sand for fear of offending the powers that be.


MarkR said...

Keep going. Where are all the other US patriots?

Anonymous said...

> I firmly believe that our elected officials don't have a "right" to respond; but rather an "obligation" to respond

If that were the case, the "elected officials", esp. the President, could just stop doing their job because they would have to respond to thousands of wild allegations every day.

Besides, I think the President responded to several birther cases; I don't see any obligation to repeat himself.

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