Well, considering that Jeannette Rankin was elected to Congress prior to the 19th Amendment being passed, it would be obvious that he 19th had nothing to do with women holding national public office.
And Article I does not seem to specify that a member of the House or Senate must be male.
| > Could you please point me to the place in the
> Constitution or any legislation that states that a
> person must have two US citizen parents in order to
> be a natural born citizen?
>> Well, considering that Jeannette Rankin was elected to
>> And Article I does not seem to specify that a member
Well, um, yeah ... as you're likely reading off a DailyKos talking points memo, I can see where you are misinformed. There IS no substitution for actually READING the darn thing!
Here, let me help you by showing you the applicable portions of the source document the U.S. Constitution:
Article I, Section 2, Clause 2:
Article I, Section 3, Clause 3:
Article II, Section 1, Clause 1:
Could you please point to a place in the Constitution that allows WOMEN to serve as the President, VP, Representatives or Senators?
Heck ... I'll even take an applicable Federal court case opinion that "re-defines" the word HE as a Constitutional gender-neutral pronoun.