Natural Born Citizen Discussions in the Late 1800′s

Please see this excellent research done by Bridgette at We The People Of The United States (WTPOTUS):

Natural Born Citizen Discussions in the Late 1800′s

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4 Responses to Natural Born Citizen Discussions in the Late 1800′s

  1. Math says:

    It’s kind of funny that the very first article quoted contradicts a very important part of your theory about natural born citizenship.

    Will you please inform me if a foreigner of American parentage can act as President? Suppose my parents were Americans and traveled to France, and has a son born to them in that country;

    A boy born of American parents, born anywhere owes allegiance to the United Stats and not to any other Government, and is a natural born citizen

  2. Note “parents”… plural.

    Funny how you think that quote is funny… since even if you go by that, it would mean McCain is a natural born citizen, but Obama is not.

    Funny how you also ignore the other articles.

    And funny how you haven’t commented on this post yet.

  3. Math says:

    Note “parents”… plural.

    Note the question… plural. They’re answering a specific question involving two American parents.

    Funny how you think that quote is funny… since even if you go by that, it would mean McCain is a natural born citizen, but Obama is not.

    Actually, no. See above. I never doubted McCain’s (or Obama’s) eligibility by the way.

    Funny how you also ignore the other articles.

    Didn’t make it that far. And I have nothing to prove, Obama was sworn in and is therefore de facto eligible. The burden is on you to prove otherwise.

    And funny how you haven’t commented on this post yet.

    Do I have to comment on every post you make now? I thought I annoyed you more than anything else anyways.

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