This could get intersting: by FOXNews.com Thursday, February 28, 2008 Facebook Stumble Upon del.icio.us Digg Email The all-but certain nomination of John McCain to be the Republican candidate for president has again raised a question nagging the Arizona senator: does his birth outside the United States prevent him from holding the nation’s highest office? McCain, part of a storied naval family and a Vietnam War hero in his own right, was born in 1936 on a military installation in the Panama Canal Zone. The issue of his birthplace raises the question of whether it qualifies as a foreign birth and therefore violates the constitutional requirement that a commander in chief be a “natural-born citizen.” South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham told the New York Times that it would be unthinkable for McCain - or anyone born on a military installation - not to be allowed to run for president. “[McCain’s father] was posted there on orders from the United States government,” Graham told the Times. “If that becomes a problem, we need to tell every military family that your kid can’t be president if the take an overseas assignment.