You may recall Gary Kreep, founder of the United States Justice Foundation and attorney for some of the defendants in the federal lawsuit Keyes/Barnett v Obama. Kreep is credited with first involving Dr. Orly Taitz in Obama eligibility litigation.
In a video Interview with Bill Keller, a TV and Internet evangelist at LivePrayer.com, Kreep explains the constitutional requirements for the US presidency:
The constitutional requirements to serve as president are very simple. You have to be 35 years old, you have to have resided in the United States for 14 years and you have to be quote natural born citizen unquote, which is the issue we’re dealing with regarding Mr. Obama.
There’s been a few Supreme Court decisions that discuss this matter, but basically what it means it’s that either you have to be born in the United States, which Mr. Obama claims he was or if you were born in a foreign country one of your parents had to have been a United States citizen and the parent needed to have been a resident of the United States for at least 10 years, at least 5 years of which were after age 14.
Thanks, Gary, for clearing that up for my readers.