Gordon Epperly had filed a complaint last February with the State of Alaska over Obama’s being on the ballot. He argued that the 14th Amendment granted some rights to the former slaves and their descendants, but not the right to be elected to office, any office. Women can’t be elected either. At the time he said:
As Barack Hussein Obama is of the “Mulatto” race, his status of citizenship is founded upon the Fourteenth Amendment to the United States Constitution. Before the [purported] ratification of the Fourteenth Amendment, the race of “Negro” or “Mulatto” had no standing to be citizens of the United States under the United States Constitution.
As the Fourteenth Amendment is only a grant of “Civil Rights” and not a grant of “Political Rights,” Barack Hussein Obama II does not have any “Political Rights” under any provision of the United States Constitution to hold any Public Office of the United States government. Furthermore, there is considerable debate within the enclosed supporting documents that shows Barack Hussein Obama II was not born on the soil of the United States and that he was not subject to the jurisdiction of the United States at the time of his birth. …
Needless to say, the State of Alaska rejected the challenge, saying they had no say in who ran for President. Now Epperly is back in Juneau Superior Court, reports KTOO FM in Juneau to attempt to litigate the issue.
Read the complaint: