PARKER, Justice (concurring specially by unpublished writing).
the Court's decision to strike the petition for a writ of mandamus.The petitioner, Hugh Mclnnish, seeks from this Court a writ
mandamus,directly ordering Beth Chapman, as Secretary of State for the State
Alabama,"to demand that [President Barack Hussein] Obama cause a certifiedcopy
his Bona Fide birth certificate to
delivered to her direct fromthe government official who is
stored, and to make the receipt of such a prerequisite
his namebeing placed on the Alabama ballot for the March
2012, primaryelection, and on the ballot for the November 6,2012, general election."Mclnnish has attached certain documentation to his mandamus petition,which, if presented to the appropriate forum as part
a proper evidentiarypresentation, would raise serious questions about the authenticity of both the "shortform" and the "long form" birth certificates
President Barack Hussein Obama thathave been made public.
his mandamus petition, Mclnnish claims that this Court "has originaljurisdiction
this case" pursuant to
12-2-7(2), Ala. Code 1975, which provides thatthe Alabama Supreme Court "shall have authority" "[t]o exercise original jurisdiction
the issue and determination of writs
quo warranto and mandamus