Originally Posted by fireboy
You wanted a court case well this may be better:
But like the others this is probably all just written by idiots too.
If you read the cases quoted by Apuzzo, they do define in individual cases that a certain person is a natural born citizen. Nowhere do they say (as far as I know) that a child born in the USA to an American mother and alien father is not a natural born citizen of the USA.
It really is a simple matter here. Stanley Ann Dunham was a citizen of the USA and she was living in Hawaii when she gave birth to her son. There is no law in force back then that stripped Dunham of her US citizenship when she married Obama Sr. The age restrictions you refer to do not apply unless you are able to present evidence that she was not in the USA when her son was born.
Apuzzo refers to the case of US vs Wong Kim Ark extensively. http://www.law.cornell.edu/supct/htm...9_0649_ZO.html
This case decided that a child born in the USA to foreign born parents was a citizen. The case also extensively quotes precedents that say children of aliens born in a country are natural born.
Can you show me the words in the court cases cited by Apuzzo that support your claim that a children born in the USA to an American mother and an alien father is not natural born?
Apuzzo is not an idiot like Orly Taitz is, but he does appear to be bias. Nothing wrong with a little bias, but I think it is making his conclusions unreliable.