With apologies to Edward Lear:
There was an Old Man with a beard,
Who said, ‘It is just as I feared!
Two Owls and a Hen,
Four Larks and a Wren,
Have all sued Barack in my beard!
So somehow I ended at up this YouTube video by a fellow who has figured out how to get Barack Obama’s eligibility litigated. He’s going to demand the Attorney General bring a quo warranto action against the President, and if the AG refuses, he things that gives him the right to bring it himself.
Actually the DC statute (D.C. Code §§ 16-3501 – 16-3503) says that the leave of the court is required for someone else other than the Attorney General to bring the action. That said, the court in Taitz v. Obama determined that no one but the Attorney General actually has standing to bring it.
Taitz v. Obama, 754 F. Supp. 2d 57, 78 Fed. R. Serv. 3d 207 (D.D.C. 2010) as precedent to say “[o]nly the Attorney General may bring a quo warranto action against a public official.”
Sherman, set the way back machine…
The first of the 30-something articles on this sited tagged “quo warranto” dates back almost to the site’s beginning, to an article about the Kerchner v. Obama lawsuit in February of 2009. Orly Taitz liked that idea and brought a few of them herself. The protagonist in the current exercise in futility, Zane Grey, seems not to be aware that numerous demands have been made on the Attorney General to bring a quo warranto action (all ignored), and none of them was ever able to get a court to allow them to bring an action themselves.
See also Drake v. Obama, citing Taitz.