If Ted Cruz was born in Russia would he still be eligible for President?

by Robert John Stevens, February 18, 2016

The U.S. Constitution requires the president to be a natural born citizen. Ted Cruz’s father was born in Cuba and his mother in Delaware. His family lived in Canada for three years before Ted was born in Calgary.

Suppose his father was born in Communist China, his mother in Delaware and his family was living in Russia for three years where Ted was born—Would that make him any more or less of a U.S. natural-born citizen?

Given Ted’s family history, is he also a natural-born citizen of both Canada and Cuba and eligible to run for president in those nations? And if the U.S. was at war with Canada, would he still be eligible for president?

One of the definitions for the word natural in the 1828 Webster’s Dictionary is native. Does that provide more clarity?

Frustrated with Donald Trump’s Popularity, The Power That Be, Choose Senator Cruz for President

Looks like the Powers That Be are endorsing Senator Cruz. If this succeeds and they can knockout Donald Trump, will they eventually rule that Cruz, being born in Canada, is ineligible and ensure Hillary Clinton is nominated?

This isn’t limited to the Des Moines Register survey, it is being carried in main street media as gospel:

NY Times: Ted Cruz Surges Past Donald Trump to Lead in Iowa Poll

Wall Street Journal: Ted Cruz’s Lead in Iowa Polls Puts Him Firmly in Rivals’ Sights

Chicago Tribune: Commentary: Cruz, not Trump, looking like GOP favorite for 2016

Just last week Trump led in the polls by a huge margin. Without coordinated and centralized media manipulation how is a 30% swing possible? It is not.

No Constitutional Republic can endure unless government controlled media monopolies are broken up and returned to the people where they rightly belong. Media must not be a propaganda arm. Its role is to defend “certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.”

Senator Rand Paul on Consequences of Name Calling

Rand Paul presents a lesson we can all learn from in this article entitled Rand Paul: Ted Cruz ‘Pretty Much Done For’ in Senate:

“I would defund not only Planned Parenthood but hundreds and hundreds of regulations, hundreds and hundreds of wasteful programs. I would take them all out, put them on the table and say ‘You know what Democrats, it doesn’t take 60 votes to defund something, it’s actually going to take 60 votes to fund any of these programs,’ vote on them one at a time and we will see how many of these crazy programs get 60 votes. My guess would be very few, but that would take the courage to let the spending expire and start anew and let new programs all require 60 votes to pass,” Paul said.