turned eighteen (18)
age. There are questions andresearch supporting the notion that
Hussein Obama is nothis legal American name. Therefore making the name on theballot illegal. There are additional questions regarding Obama'smulti-citizenships with foreign countries, which
date, Obama has refused
prove he is qualifiedunder the U.S. Constitution and his eligibility to run
the United States despite requests and recent opportunities
do so in Federal Court.(Complaint at
5.3).What follows are some nineteen pm-agraphs detailing the "findings"
unnamed"researchers" "forensic document experts" and a "research team" which Plaintiff contendsdemonstrate that no objective proof can be found that Senator Obama is a "natural born citizen"
the United States.
that this all amounts to information Plaintiff gleaned from theInternet and is not within the scope
his personal knowledge.1Plaintiffs complaint candidlyadmits "[t]hese allegations and statements
not iniended to
citizenship or lack thereof. That will be determined in the venue
the U.S. Districtcourt. The listing
the allegations detailed below are included
demonstrate the reasonableassertion
he need for the Ohio State [sic] Secretary
re-establish public confidencein the veracity and integrity
the electoral process and the obvious need for pre-certification
a candidate's meeting the minimum constitutional requirements." (Complaint at
Plaintiffs complaint is that within R.C. Chapter 3501 there appears noexpress procedure by which the Secretary
State can verify that a candidate for President
ihe United States is, in fact, a "natural born ,citizen." Nevertheless, Plaintiff contends that the
State has the intrinsic authority to set those reasonable standards that wouldestablish certain confidence in the people in the electoral process." (Complaint at par. 1.5)., Although Plaintiff s . complaint seeks a myriad
orders directed to all the namedpefendants, as well
the Federal Elections Commission, which is not even named as a partyherein,
motion for "temporary'injunctive order in the form
mandamus"seeksorders directed to Defendant Brunneronly, to wit:
Both Plaintiff's. complaint and motion for "temporary injunctive order
be verified, but
fact, are not notarized and thus cannot be deemed affidavits. See
(1992),65 Ohio St.3d 621, 630, fu.3.