Although the question is not addressed to me, I will answer. The reason that the USA deems the child of two aliens (and one alien) to be a Natural Born Citizen is simple. It is:<quoted text>
Tantrums? That's your dept. Twinkerbelle. Still waiting on your answer as to why the U.S. would deem the child of two aliens, an NBC. Are you so inexplicably dense that you cannot see the major flaw in that method? Ignorant bonehead.
"We hold these truths to be self-evident, that ALL men are created equal..."
That being the case, the US-born child of two (or one) foreigner is just as able to become president as the US-born child of US citizens. And, if the writers of the US Constitution had intended to make an exception to the principle that "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal...", they would have told us---and they didn't.
In addition, strict construction judicial interpretation requires that something be specifically stated in the US Constitution to be interpreted as what the US Constitution means, and it never specifically says that two citizen parents (or even one) is required in order to be eligible to become president. And, under Libertarian principles, it is not allowed to take away a right or a privilege unless the Constitution specifically enables that taking away, and the US Constitution never says that it is taking away the right or privilege of the US-born children of foreigners to become president.
So, under the principles of the Declaration of Independence, and Libertarian principles, and strict construction judicial interpretation, the US-born children of foreigners are just as able as the US-born children of US citizens to become president.