I was waiting for the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals to uphold the California Secretary of State's decision to remove a presidential candidate from the ballot.
I notified the Court on the 9th circuit case to ensure that they had the necessary information to come up with a logical decision. They blew it big time.
Even though they issued a MOJ in my case against President Obama, the MOJ according to the Alaska Supreme Court Appellate rules can be cited to so that leaves the court in a legal predicament if another scenario comes up.
The 9th circuit case decision can be read here.
Bottom line, as the 9th circuit court points out, the state has the authority to make a decision on the eligibility of a candidate and can keep them off the ballot.
The MOJ in my case can be read here.
It is evident the Alaska Supreme Court bungled the political doctrine question.