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Argument: Obama is 46 and plenty old enough to be president

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Laura Sonneborn-Turetsky. "Obama is NOT Too Young". The Knight News. 6 June 2008 - "Barack Obama is 46 years old. There are several qualifications one must meet in order to become president of the United States. One of these is the '35 or older age requirement.' It is true that the United States is not the same country it was when the constitution was written. The responsibility of president has grown tremendously. Still, it is worth mentioning that not only does he make the cut, but he does it by 11 years."

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