When did 9 people in black robes become our Kings?<quoted text>
Gee, too bad for you that the US Supreme Court does not agree that you need citizen parents in order to be a US citizen at birth. The US Supreme Court has just turned down two birther appeals of the Georgia court ruling that held: "that children born within the United States are natural born citizens, regardless of the citizenship of their parents. " What is the effect of rejecting the appeal? It is that the ruling in Georgia stands.
If the US Supreme Court does not agree with you about the meaning of the 14th Amendment, then you have the right to try to get Congress and three quarters of the states to pass another Constitutional Amendment specifying that the 14th Amendment should be applied in the way that you think that it should. But until then, it will be applied the way that the US Supreme Court thinks that it should.
Thomas Jefferson, James Madison-- hell, name your founder- would have a different take on the "power" of the SCOTUS.
See- Virginia and Kentucky Resolutions.
I'll take the word of the founders over you and the black robes any day.