Originally Posted by tnhawk
If you don't need to prove citizenship to be president, why should you need it to vote?
Who makes up this crap?
•Only native-born U.S. citizens (or those born abroad, but only to parents who were both citizens of the U.S.) may be president of the United States.
The Constitution originally provided a small loophole to this provision: One needn't have been born in the United States but had to be a citizen at the time the Constitution was adopted. But, since that occurred in 1789, that ship has sailed.
I know Obama has gray hair but I don't think he is over 221 yrs old.