I'm not really a big fan of the law that prohibits non US born citizens from becoming president. Here's why. I believe 100% that people who move to the US and become citizens should be able to become president as long as they are fit for the position. One prerequisite that could be implemented to stop the wrong types of people from attempting to become president would be to state that a presidential candidate needs to have been a citizen of the US for at least 35 years. Currently, the rules require a candidate to be at least 35 years old, but, I think that modifying this clause to 35 years as a citizen would be equally effective. I'm not saying I agree with Arnold Schwarzenegger's every move, but, it's safe to say that he would make a better candidate than some of the other people who ARE allowed to run for president. Sure nothing will be done in time for the 2008 election, but, I wouldn't be surprised to see this topic come up more in the next few years. What do you think?