Look up the many definitions of ‘natural’ and you will see one of them states ‘not containing anything artificial’.
The Founding Fathers wanted to prevent an ‘artificial’, foreign born President from controlling the White House. This office is supposed to be elite. It’s not for just anyone based on their race or positions on social justice.
Being a Senator doesn’t make you eligible to be President. Many people think being a US Citizen is the same as a Natural Born Citizen thanks to media dumbing down the population.
The Powers pushed Obama into office and they weren’t concerned about asking him for proof where he was born.
Obama claims to be born in Hawaii, but he produced a computer generated birth certificate that had been edited.
BOTH parents should be US Citizens to be considered a Natural Born Citizen; otherwise you are considered ‘artificial’. The media is making this issue complicated on purpose since they want to get rid of the ‘Natural Born’ clause.
Artificial isn’t natural. It doesn’t get any easier than this.
I had the honor of interviewing Mario Apuzzo several years ago. I do trust his opinion; however I believe the fix is in to change the meaning of Natural Born Citizen. It’s being watered down purposely to allow a foreign President to enter into the White House.
There were many questions about Obama’s eligibility and doctored birth certificate that was released. The media swept it under the rug knowing this document that Obama released had been edited. Why edit the document?
We may never get the answers to whether Frank Marshall Davis was really Obama’s father or not.
The Secretary of State of each State signed off on Ted Cruz’s application. A lawsuit will probably go nowhere, but the rules are usually different for Republicans.
One more thing:
The definition of natural is – not containing anything artificial.
Artificial means a mother or father who isn’t a US citizen.
Mario Apuzzo wrote this about Ted Cruz:
Cruz was born in Canada, presumably to a U.S. citizen mother and a non-U.S. citizen father. He can be a citizen of the United States at birth, but only by virtue of a naturalization Act of Congress (section 301(a)(7) of the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952). He is not and cannot be a natural born citizen under the common law because, while he was born to a U.S. citizen mother, he was not born in the United States and he was born to a non-U.S. citizen father.