According to SCOTUS The President must have 2 citizen parents at birth and be born on U.S. soil.”
That the Senate mentioned McCain's parentage does not mean that parentage was required, if McCain met other requirements for Citizenship. You can be born outside the United States, of US Citizens (if of appropriate age) and still be a Citizen at Birth.
Because argument MIGHT be made about the exact place of birth for McCain, since the US Territory of Panama contained a few different jurisdictions, such as US bases, it was important for the Senate to make note of details.
The same is true of the few Court Cases your very small band of “NBC” types refer to.
That a legal decision mentions a point does not mean that point is controlling, such mention often means that that particular issue was not at issue.
Again, you do not know what you are talking about.
NOBODY buys your “Natural Born Citizen” argument -— nobody of any import, anyway.
No Judge, no Member of Congress, No attorney of any real stature, NO elected official, anywhere.
You are way out on the fringe and you are clearly wrong.
As for me a a lot of my veteran friends, your opinion is worthless and we will refuse to vote for any ticket that has a person on it that is NOT a Natural Born Citizen which means a person born with 2 American citizen parents and born in the United States.
All you have to do is use some common sense to understand that our Founding Fathers put a grandfather clause in the Constitution because none of them had American citizen parents at the time of their birth. They did all become citizens though when the Constitution was ratified, so more than being a citizen was required.
Sen McCain, Mr. obama, Sen Rubio, and Gov jindel and not Natural Born Citizens and are NOT eligible under the Constitution to be President.
You can spout all the liberal nonsense you want to but, the facts don’t change.