In light of the memo below, there is no longer any point whatsoever for the two citizen-parent Birthers to carry on propagating their theory. Not only does this memo debunk their theory, but it also places a burden on them to refute the legal reasoning contained therein. What that means is that in addition to providing a legal basis for their own theory, they also need to address the counter-evidence, the 50 pages of law and reasoning in this memo. So far, that burden has been met by Leo Donofrio, Esq. to the extent that he found one whole sentence in the 50 page memo to quibble about.
There never was any legal basis for the two citizen parent theory. Jerome Corsi wrote an entire book in 2008, called Obama Nation, where in 308 pages of reasons why we should not vote for Obama, there was not one mention of eligibility. The reason was simple. The two citizen-parent theory had not been invented yet. In contrast, the law contained in the memo goes back many hundreds of years. Do the math.
It is time for the two citizen-parent to put up or STFU. Either refute the memo with law and reasoning, or just STFU. Meet legal cases with later legal cases which reverse them or STFU.
Note 1: This memo can also be found on a separate page here called Natural Born Citizenship. It is there also for easier access. Just look in the header above.