I was embellishing a little bit so I could use the word "uterus", I'll admit. Regardless, if you think that it could work, why are you against it?
There is a subtle but meaningful difference in what I said and what you're calling silly. I simply meant that in the collective mind of the founding fathers and the founding general public they could not be sure about what was truly in a foreigner's heart. Whether the public still feels that way only an election could determine, but I personally think that in this modern era it would be acceptable for a naturalized citizen (who meets other stringent requirements) to be a presidential candidate because, as you said, looking at the simple act of being born elsewhere without any other requisites is not an accurate gauge of who a person is or what his/her motive is.
I'm pretty damn liberal, but I may have voted for him for governor, too (if I lived there, of course). He had some pretty terrible competition between Cruz "Giant Racist" Bustamante and the other freaks that ran. I'd probably have voted Coleman, though. :cool:
I did vote for him for governor, by the way, but I'm unsure as to whether or not I'd vote him in as president.