Page 2 of 6the Court denied me standing stating:Self-declaration as a write-in candidate in the upcoming presidentialelection does not enable plaintiff to challenge President Obama's present position. A public official's title to office is an injury particularized to an individual only if that individual has "an interestin the office itself' - if he or she sought the office at the same time asthe current officeholder. . . .
Since Sibley was not a candidate in the2008 presidential election, the injury he faces from PresidentObama's current tenure in office is generalized
. It seek[s] relief that no more directly and tangibly benefits him than it does the publicat large [, so] does not state an Article III case or controversy. . . . TheCourt will dismiss plaintiffs claim for lack of standing, because thedefect of standing is a defect in subject matter jurisdiction.Here, I was officially “a candidate in the  presidential election” and thus by the Court’s ownorder will have – and indeed, am the only person who has – “standing” and is presently willing tochallenge Obama’s eligibility. The suit has obstacles including the necessity for the AttorneyGeneral to “refuse” to prosecute the
action as a condition precedent to my havingstanding to commence the action myself. However, at some point, the Attorney General’s refusalto file or not file the
action must – under the doctrine of waiver – allow me to proceed.In all events, that bridge can be crossed when I come to it.
Under the 23rd Amendment to the Constitution, Washington D.C. gets three electoral voteseven though it has no senators or representatives. In September, the D.C. Democratic Party namedCity Council member Yvette Alexander (D-Ward 7), attorney and longtime Democratic Party activistDon Dinan, and former City Council member William Lightfoot (D-At-Large) to serve as Obama’sD.C. electors.Under DC ST § 1-1001.08(g) “Each person elected as elector of President and Vice Presidentshall, in the presence of the Board, take an oath or solemnly affirm that he or she will vote for thecandidates of the party he or she has been nominated to represent, and it shall be his or her duty tovote in such manner in the electoral college
”Yet each of these three electors have also taken an oath – as public servants and/or attorneys – to “support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign anddomestic; that
I will bear true faith and allegiance to the same
; that I take this obligation freely,without any mental reservation or purpose of evasion; and that I will well and faithfully dischargethe duties of the office on which I am about to enter. So help me God
5 U.S.C. §3331.Thus, presented with the conflict between their two oaths – after being apprised of the