Mon Nov 19, 2012, 02:50 PM
RomneyLies (3,333 posts)
Marco Rubio's Birther problem
Anybody who has looked at the Birther arguments know that they long ago abandoned the "born in Kenya" arguments for a redefinition of what constitutes a natural born citizen.
Playing off a poor translation of a Swiss Philosopher's (Emerich de Vattel) book, The Law of Nations, they have decided that a natural born citizen is a citizen born on American soil to two citizen parents.
By the Birthers' own arguments, this makes Marco Rubio ineligible for the office of president.
How long before the Birthers throw their own arguments under the bus?
Free Charles Lynch.
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Mon Nov 19, 2012, 04:49 PM
EC (11,923 posts)
7. All our early Presidents wouldn't have qualified under those standards
since most were born in Great Britain.
What's so funny about Peace, Love and Understanding?