They probably feel like they already have.
Historically, there are two classes of citizens. Native born and naturalized. Natural born has always been the same as native born.
The birthers created a third out of thin air last year and now want it recognized.
In Wong Kim Ark , the Supreme court made the distinction.
The petition was filed by Ark as a NATIVE born citizen. Part of the decision states-
The right of citizenship never descends in the legal sense, either by the common law or under the common naturalization acts. It is incident to birth in the country, or it is given personally by statute. The child of an alien, if born in the country, is as much a citizen as the natural born child of a citizen, and by operation of the same principle. [p666]
While it says a native born was 'just as much as citizen' as a natural born, it does NOT say a native born is the same as natural born.
Look here another troll. Were you recently unemployed, and found this new job opportunity?
Sorry , but the two classes of citizenship is Natural Born and naturalized. You can be native born ,but not a natural born citizen. Example Wong Kim Ark case where he was born in the U. S. to parents who had legally immigrated to the U.S. but was not yet U.S. citizens. The Supreme Court declared him a NATIVE born Naturalized citizen. Both parents must be U.S. citizens to be considered Natural Born.