Well other than that the argument of two citizen parents and born on U.S. soil wasn’t the argument until sometime AFTER the election in 2008.
It seems that this should have been known to all and sundry - if it were true - and not a dusty old argument taken down off the shelf sometime AFTER the 2008 election.
By ‘AFTER’ do you mean AFTER 1789, when Dr. Ramsay, Congerssional historian, wrote his “A Dissertation on the Manners of Acquiring the Character and Priviliges of a Citizen” - or after 1814 when Chief Justice Marshall cited Vattel - or the dozen cases citing common law until 1875 and Chief Justice Waite, who turned the common law into precedent - or 1898 when Justice Gray, in spite of his dilemma, his having been appointed by the ineligible Chester Arthur, made Wong Kim a citizen, because his parents weren't citizens, in spite of his having been born on our soil - or 1916 when Attorney, later Ambassador, Breckenridge Long wrote a lengthy legal article in the US’s largest legal newspaper explaining the law and two parent sovereign birth requirement in Chicago Legal News Volume 49, ironically protecting Woodrow Wilson's candidacy - or 1939, or 1939 when Chief Justice Hughes’ decision confirmed that Marie Elg, like Steinkuler, could not lose her natural born citizenship, granted by nature, not Congress, even though her parents repudiated their US cititzenship and raised her in Sweden, because she was born in New York to citizen parents?
Either you belong to the crowd depending upon the media or crony capitalist Rinos for truth, or, like so many stalking FR, you are working for Barack. It doesn't matter. Those who don't appreciate the advantages of a nation built upon laws will have to learn the hard way about life under a dictatorship of the bureaucracy. Some people with the necessary skills will take their ability to produce to societies where bureaucrats haven't spent the capital of human productivity to support the drones who allow them to languish, whose creativity is spent on schemes for redistributing the productivity of the diminishing few who still do produce.