Neither the US Supreme Court nor Congress nor the President can overrule the US Constitution.<quoted text>LMAO!!! You're the nut! Anyone that believes that the USSC can overrule the US Constitution doesn't belong on this thread.
BUT the US Supreme Court, not you, is the final decision maker on what the US Constitution means. And, not only is it the final decision maker, it is far more qualified than YOU, FAR more. The US Supreme Court's decision is not only the final legal decision barring a constitutional amendment (which isn't likely), it is the right decision. It is correct on the meaning. YOU are wrong.
The US Supreme Court ruled in the Wong Kim Ark case, as Bingham one of the KEY writers of the 14th Amendment had said:
“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)”
That is why all the real constitutional scholars (not counting a few birther lawyers and lots of birther nuts) agree that the meaning of Natural Born Citizen includes every child born in the USA except for the children of foreign diplomats. Some examples:
"Every child born in the United States is a natural-born United States citizen except for the children of diplomats.”---Senator Lindsay Graham (December 11, 2008 letter to constituents)
“What is a natural born citizen? Clearly, someone born within the United States or one of its territories is a natural born citizen.”(Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on OCTOBER 5, 2004)--Senator Orrin G. Hatch (R-UT).
“Under the longstanding English common-law principle of jus soli, persons born within the territory of the sovereign (other than children of enemy aliens or foreign diplomats) are citizens from birth. Thus, those persons born within the United States are "natural born citizens" and eligible to be President. Much less certain, however, is whether children born abroad of United States citizens are "natural born citizens" eligible to serve as President ..."---- Edwin Meese, et al, THE HERITAGE GUIDE TO THE CONSTITUTION (2005)[Edwin Meese was Ronald Reagan’s attorney general, and the Heritage Foundation is a well-known Conservative organization.]
More reading on the subject:
You cannot read into the Constitution something that is not there. And there isn't a single word IN the Constitution that bars the US-born children of foreigners or dual citizens from becoming president.
Also, the Declaration of Independence said: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal....."
That means that unless the Constitution specifically says that the US-born children of foreigners are NOT equal, NOT entitled to become president, they are created equal with the US-born children of US citizens. And hence they are just as able as the US-born children of US citizens to become president. And the Constitution does not specifically, or in any way, say that the US-born children of foreigners are not entitled to become president.
You cannot read into the Constitution something that is not there. And there isn't a single word IN the Constitution that bars the either the US-born children of foreigners or dual citizens from becoming president. Not a word.