Skip to comments.Mark Rubios Parents
Posted on 11/05/2010 10:19:53 PM PDT by chatter4
With all the talk of many conservatives hoping that Mark Rubio could one day run for President, I have a few questions. From the information available on the Web, It is said that Mark Rubio's parents were here in exile from Cuba. That would imply that they had hopes of returning there one day. Did his parents ever become US citizens? Did they become US citizens prior to Mark's birth?
Yes, I too would like to know.
I think he has more concern over his wife, a former Miami Dolphins cheerleader. Not that there is anything wrong with that. But I can already hear the criticisms and crass comments sure to come concerning his wife and the mother of his children. Liberals are sick people.
“All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.” 14th Amendment.
Rubio was born in the US, he’s a US citizen. End of story.
He was born in Miami in 1971.
Rubio was born on 28 May 1971 in Miami, FL. US territory, I do believe. That makes him eligible.
What nationality were his parents at the time?
“He was born in Miami in 1971.”
I asked about his parents citizenship.
“Rubio was born in the US, hes a US citizen. End of story.”
I did not ask where he was born, or question his citizenship-I asked about his parents citizenship.
He is not Mark Rubio, he is Marco Rubio, and is a Citizen.
Not relevant, unless they were Cuban diplomats with diplomatic immunity to US jurisdiction.
I don’t think that is what chatter4 is getting at. If Marco’s parents were not citizens at the time of his birth, then he is a citizen by virtue of being born in the US, but he is not a “natural born” citizen and is not eligible to be President.
|Rubio was born in the US, hes a US citizen. End of story.|
|Help me out here. What is the intent and effect of the qualifier "and subject to the jurisdiction thereof" on "All persons born or naturalized in the United States".|
..........................All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. 14th Amendment.
Rubio was born in the US, hes a US citizen. End of story..................
Wonderful response! I think that the state of Florida should question his credentials, and thus open the flood gates of a certin President who may not be able to present his credentials!
I think he has a bc to prove where he was born.
Maybe they were Cuban citizens at the time of Marco Rubio’s birth, maybe they were not. The only thing that matters is that Marco was born here, on US soil and thus, is subject to the jurisdiction thereof.
“He is not Mark Rubio, he is Marco Rubio, and is a Citizen.”
Perhaps you may want to review the questions I asked?
No it is not end of story. Sounds like the anti birthers like Boortz, Coulter, Ingraham, Beck, O’Reiill, Hugh Hewitt, Medved and other idiots.
Following the Øbozo Liberal line, eh?
Citizen, yes. Natural Born Citizen, no.
Only Citizen parentage determines a Citizen's Natural Born status.