The eleventh amendment to the US constitution prohibits citizens of one US state, or a foreign country. from using the US federal courts to bring a civil suit against another US state. If I as a Canadian visiting my in-laws in Tucson, get run over by a state bulldozer, I can still pursue my case in the Arizona courts. You can read about it in Wikipedia; I don’t know how it is at all relevant to what you’re talking about, and I wonder where you found a suggestion that it did.
(I suspect that that the “BLT” in your calumny against Obama doesn’t stand for sandwiches. If you were referring to Black Liberation Theology, I don’t know if Obama has ever claimed any adherence to it, any more than to the other "ism"s that you ascribe to him. According to the Wikipedia:
“Black liberation theology is a theological perspective, found in some black churches in the United States, which contextualizes Christianity in an attempt to help African Americans overcome oppression. Black liberation theology seeks to liberate people of color from multiple forms of political, social, economic, and religious subjugation and views Christian theology as a theology of liberation—”a rational study of the being of God in the world in light of the existential situation of an oppressed community, relating the forces of liberation to the essence of the Gospel, which is Jesus Christ," writes James Hal Cone, one of the original advocates of the perspective." Do you have a problem with this?)
If you are talking about the 2010 US S.P.E.E.C.H. Act, this was passed unanimously by both houses of Congress, and I can find no suggestion that Obama “didn’t notice” the bill he was signing (it was the entire bill, not “in” it), or had any hesitations or qualms in doing so. The act prevents US courts from enforcing some foreign judgments for defamation against US residents. It was apparently prompted by a particular action by a Saudi resident, in UK courts, against an American writer who had accused him of funding terrorism (that is, is was a lawsuit by a Moslem, hardly an “Islamic lawsuit”). However, this kind of “libel tourism,” especially using very lax UK defamation laws, has long been seen as a problem—for instance, the International Olympic Committee successfully sued, in Swiss courts, the journalists who wrote a derogatory book about them.
(I think that this kind of ignorant and gratuitous misinformation and Obama-hate is out of place in this forum, but I felt that I had to reply to it.)