Comment: RE: Someone please explain where you get this U.S. soil crap...?

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RE: Someone please explain where you get this U.S. soil crap...?

At adoption the U.S. Constitution did not say who should be citizens, it only granted Congress the authority to Establish a Uniform Rule of Naturalization.

In the first few months after adoption before these rules were established there was only one way for one to become a Citizen of the United States, this was by being born within the United States to two United State citizens. This is who the Founders understood to be the "natural born Citizens".

The definition of a "natural born Citizen" is the same today as when it was inserted into the United States Constitution, it has not changed.

Persons born out of the United States to citizen parent[s] are not "natural born Citizens". If they were, Congress would not of needed to use the Authority granted to them by the United States Constitution to establish them as citizens.