the 14th is the Civil Rights Act.<quoted text>
The words "and not subject to any foreign power" do not appear in the 14th Amendment. Only "subject to the jurisdiction", and that the US Supreme Court has ruled six to two (one not voting) refers to being born within the territory of the USA (except for the children of foreign diplomats).
You can't be "subject to the jurisdiction, thereof" if you are subject to any foreign power.
Sorry, well known fact, the US Constitution is the jurisdiction,thereof.
At the moment of birth Obama was a citizen of his father' nation, fact.
The US government does not have he authority to strip citizenship from anyone, unless they request naturalization, Obama has never requested such.