Former President Ferdinand Marcos, who says he is too weak to travel from Hawaii to New York to face racketeering charges, has asked a Philippine court to allow him to return to his country. Marcos filed a petition Monday asking a Manila court to reconsider a decision last month that banned the exiled leader from returning to his country to answer testimony against him. The court ruled the issue was a "political matter" that could be resolved only by President Corazon Aquino, who refused to allow Marcos to return for security reasons.