The New York Times, Published: February 06, 1990:
BOSTON, Feb. 5— The Harvard Law Review, generally considered the most prestigious in the country, elected the first black president in its 104-year history today. The job is considered the highest student position at Harvard Law School.
The new president of the Review is Barack Obama, a 28-year-old graduate of Columbia University who spent four years heading a community development program for poor blacks on Chicago's South Side before enrolling in law school. His late father, Barack Obama, was a finance minister in Kenya and his mother, Ann Dunham, is an American anthropologist now doing fieldwork in Indonesia. Mr. Obama was born in Hawaii.
Now, Mr. 2.5 GPA with a bachelor's degree in Animal Science from Texas A&M, did you see that part about the President's mother being an American anthropologist? That means that, according to the Fourteenth Amendment to the Constitution you profess to be so enamored of, and by the laws of the United States, that her son, the President of the United States, Barack Obama, is an American citizen.
But please, keep talking! Maybe you'll drop even further in the polls.