In this case, the three branches are in complete harmony. Obama's election was conducted by the US ELECTORAL COLLEGE, not one of whose members changed her or his vote from Obama to McCain or Obama to Mitt Romney out of the nutty idea that Obama was born in a foreign country or the crazy legal theory that two US citizen parents are required in order to be a Natural Born Citizen. Obama's election was confirmed by the US Congress twice, without a single member raising an objection. The former president of the USA, George Bush, was asked about Obama's eligibility, and said that he had no problem with it. Obama was sworn in repeatedly by the Chief Justice of the USA, and NINE appeals courts all ruled that Obama is a Natural Born US Citizen and the US Supreme Court turned down an appeal of one of those nine cases, which had ruled that the meaning of Natural Born Citizen includes every child born in the USA except for the children of foreign diplomats.<quoted text>LMAO!!! No, wrong again, the Constitution has the final say as to any USSC ruling and this must be brought by the other two branches of the government, no branch of the government has anymore control than the others. This seem to be our problem as a nation, we have placed too much false authority into the USSC.
As Bingham put it:
Who does not know that every person born within the limits of the Republic is, in the language of the Constitution, a natural-born citizen. Rep. Bingham, The congressional globe, Volume 61, Part 2. pg. 2212 (1869)
And the key point remains that there is not a single word in the Constitution that bars the US-born children of foreigners or dual citizens from becoming president. Not a word.