about usa presidential qualifications

Article Two of the Constitution sets the principal qualifications to be eligible for election as President. A Presidential candidate must:
– be a natural-born citizen of the United States;
– be at least thirty-five years old;
– have been a permanent resident in the United States for at least fourteen years.

I fully agree with the last two requirements, they’re nothing more than common sense. The first one worries me, though. A brief lookup on internet returns the following result: C-section birth rate in USA has increased to almost 30%. This means that one in three Americans is denied from birth to run for president. Biggest democracy in the world my ass. It’s not better in Romania, where anyone can become president? And when I say “anyone”, I really mean ANYONE…


11 thoughts on “about usa presidential qualifications

  1. listen pal, my name is marko bela and i´m born in Romania. D´you still believe i can become president? Beware, running for it´s a different sort of fisch meal.huh?
    yours trully..whatever..garcea(laughing)

  2. It looks like neither one of the two finalists of American elections is born in America: McCain is born in Panama (former military annex of USA) and Obama in Kenya (or so his grandmama says). But, like God, flu and pollution, America seems to be everywhere, if you have some imagination 😀

  3. nu nu nu! surorile gemene tre sa se inroleze si sa rezolve problema in irak. la fel cum a facut tatinele pe vremea razboiului din viet nam ))))
    s-a sacrificat pe home front si era sa-si paradeasca ficatul la garda nationala, asta da patriot!!

  4. unde ai dreptate, ai!aschia nu sare departe de trunchi. Mai bine una da´buna))) cu putzina fantezie si oglinda in tavan te pricopsesti si cu gemene))

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