I found this Farah quote on Mother Jones:
“Imagine if just one or two states adopt such a measure before 2012,” Farah says. “Obama will be forced to comply with those state regulations or forgo any effort to get on the ballot for reelection. Can Obama run and win without getting on all 50 state ballots? I don’t think so.”
What would have happened in 2008 if Barack Obama was not on the ballot in Arizona? Since Obama got not a single electoral vote from Arizona, I guess it would have meant nothing. In fact, Obama could have not been on the ballot in 22 states (if I counted right) and still won. Of course when Joseph Farah speaks, you have to consider his audience.
The proposed Arizona statute is blatantly unconstitutional and would have excluded just about every US President in history. It too is something really stupid.