I’ve mostly grown weary of birtherism, but there are some real gems in some of the recent court filings.
On page 27, explaining why it’s good that Congress, not the courts, are in charge of removing presidents from office:
“Or perhaps an eccentric citizen has become convinced that the President is an alien from Mars, and the courts should order DNA testing to enforce the Constitution  …”
“ The Court does not make this observation simply as a rhetorical device for emphasis; the Court has actually received correspondence assailing its previous order in which the sender, who, incidentally, challenged the undersigned to a “round of fisticuffs on the Courthouse Square,” asserted that the President is not human.”
The corresponder sounds an awful lot like Zell Miller to me.