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30-Jul-2014 04:38 by 10 Comments

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For people currently alive, the three requirements are: “natural born Citizen”; age 35; resident of U. Among others, John Mc Cain, Barack Obama, and George Romney have had their eligibility questioned.This political season, the eligibilities of Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal and Ted Cruz are the subject of debate.

The arguments that the term “natural born Citizen” excludes Rubio and Jindal (because their parents were not citizens) or Cruz (because he was born abroad to a citizen mother only) at most raise doubts.

I link to many writings by constitutional law professors and others who do put the dispute in a more theoretical context, particularly the issue of “originalism,” and you can read those. ) of getting into the endless argument streams this topic engenders, where for every answer there is a new obscure historical reference or convoluted theory until someone gives up.

I don’t claim that mine is the only approach, but having dwelled on this for several months, it’s the approach that I find best helps unravel the Gordian Knot of accusations and arguments. There are some things you just can’t “win” on the internet, and this is one of them.

You don’t have to be smart, wise, experienced, honest, educated, or a particular gender or race.

Article II, Section 1, of the Constitution provides, in pertinent part (emphasis added): , or a Citizen of the United States, at the time of the Adoption of this Constitution, shall be eligible to the Office of President; neither shall any person be eligible to that Office who shall not have attained to the Age of thirty five Years, and been fourteen Years a Resident within the United States. Whether a candidate is a “natural born Citizen” has been the subject of political controversy for well over a century, dating back at least to Chester Arthur, who Democrats at the time alleged was born in Canada, not Vermont.

As to formatting, this topic really doesn’t lend itself to the blog post format.

So I’ve not followed legal briefing or law review style of using “supra” and “infra” for repeated citations, instead I just use the full cite each time.

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I believe Marco Rubio, Bobby Jindal and Ted Cruz to be “natural born Citizens” and eligible to be President. There are few eligibility requirements to be President.

Those doubts, however, never rise anywhere near the level of making the case that Rubio, Jindal and Cruz are excluded.

Most of the counter-arguments are historical conjecture, at best, and rely on speculation not connected to the text of the Constitution or any demonstrable actual intent or understanding of the Framers.

Even if I disagree with some of the comments, I value the input.