Who told you that it is "natural law"? Whose version of "Natural Law" are you following. There are about a dozen different versions that contradict one another. And they recommend things that we did not adopt. For example, Vattel, who is said to be a Natural Law philosopher, recommended that every country should have a state religion and force people to join it, or make them leave the country---we certainly did not adopt that. So, what makes you think that we adopted his idea of the definition of Natural Born Citizen either?<quoted text>Of course Obama was born a citizen of his father's country, this is natural law, since his father was not a citizen of the US.
Now people should ask themselves, is Barry's last name Dunham?
And, duh, even your notion that Natural Law holds that you inherit citizenship from a father is WRONG. In Jewish law, it is from the MOTHER.
In the United States, the basic principle of Natural Law that we follow is this: "We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal..." Therefore, IF the writers of the US Constitution did not believe that the US-born child of foreigners was EQUAL to the US-born child of US citizens and hence not eligible to become president, THEY WOULD HAVE TOLD US, and they didn't.
And, by the way, there are quotations from legal scholars who knew the writers of the Constitution, and they both used the term Natural Born Citizen exactly the way that it was used in the common law, and in total agreement to the principle "we hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal." And there isn't even one article or letter from any of the writers of the US Constitution that ever said that the US-born children of foreigners are not eligible to become president. Not ONE.