OK, this is probably more of a scam than a lawsuit (PayPal button and all that), but it’s a novel idea. The Citizens Class Action Against Obama web site is advertising for plaintiffs for a class action lawsuit against Barack Obama for:
… constant anxiety, worry, fear of the future, anxiety or panic attacks, depression, insomnia or poor sleep patterns to include nightmares, increased alcohol consumption, need for tranquilizers or therapy to keep you calm, mood changes, marital problems – particularly if one spouse voted for Obama resulting in feuds which is not uncommon, inability to focus on, or an interruption of your daily tasks and life, etc.
And if that doesn’t work, they’re throwing in that Obama isn’t eligible. They are demanding Obama be removed from office if he doesn’t cough up his adoption papers and passport within 48 hours.
The lawsuit is doomed because the plaintiffs lack standing and because it is a political question. The domain registrant is concealed, but the PayPal link goes to the right-wing USIntel.net which is supposedly published by AmFinAd, Inc., a name associated with questionable mortgage reduction and debt relief web sites (that share the same crappy web design).
This might be an advance fee fraud scam where the initial $1 PayPal request is just to get a sucker in the door, with more money demanded for legal fees, etc. to follow.