I thought Ted Cruz's lambasting of the debate monitors and media in general was an excellent point and probably one of the better things he has come up with. I'm in agreement with him about the media. He's a generally likeable guy. If he invited me to have drinks at his country club, I'd probably go.
That said, he is not constitutionally eligible to hold the office of President of the United States. He was not born in the US and both his parents were not American citizens at the time of his birth. HIs father didn't even become a US citizen until 35 years after Cruz was born. He cannot be President. Period. End of discussion. Let him moderate the debates. He'll do a better job of it.
Marco Rubio was born on US soil. Neither of his parents were American citizens at the time of his birth. The only reason Rubio isn't classified as an "anchor baby" is that the US had a unique policy towards Cubans. They qualified as "feet dry" when their identity as Cuban nationals was discovered. Had they been "feet wet" they would have gotten a free boat ride back to Cuba.
We had one Constitutionally unqualified president. He has reliably served the interests of other countries over our own. We do not need another. A natural born citizen is one who has two parents that are American citizens. That's what the phrase meant when it was penned and we should hold all presidential candidates to that standard regardless of party or the irrational hope that they will appeal to Hispanics more than free cable.