LMAO!!! The 14th amendment makes only two types of citizens those that are without foreign attachments (NBC) and naturalized.<quoted text>
LAMO, just because you believe birther sites that have constantly lied does not mean that sensible people have to follow your stupidity.
For Obama to have been born in a foreign country:
(1) Obama’s relatives would have had to have been rich enough (and they weren’t. In 1961 Obama’s grandfather was a furniture salesman, and his grandmother was a low-level employee in a bank [she did not become a vice president until 1971], and his father went from Kenya to Hawaii on a free flight) and dumb enough to send their daughter at high risk of stillbirth to a foreign country to give birth—-—despite there being fine hospitals in Hawaii;
(2) Obama’s mother would have had to have traveled overseas ALONE (since WND has proven with a FOI Act request that Obama senior stayed in Hawaii throughout 1961) and somehow got Obama back to the USA without getting him entered on her US passport or getting a visa for him (which would have had to have been applied for in a US consulate in that country and the records would still exist);
(3) got the officials in Hawaii to record his birth in Hawaii despite (as birthers claim) his being born in another country and somehow got the teacher who wrote home to her father, named Stanley, about the birth in Hawaii of a child to a woman named Stanley to lie (and since the woman’s father’s name really was Stanley, she would have had to have found one of the very few women with fathers of that name to do it).
If you sincerely believe that Obama could have been born in a foreign country, then you could answer all three points. For Obama to have been born in a foreign country, all three would have had to have happened.
What are the chances that all three happened?
And, by the way, there isn't even evidence that Obama's mother had a passport in 1961, and very very few 18-year-olds did in those days. Yet slimy Dale and birther sites would like gullible people to just assume that she was one of the few 18-year-olds to have a passport and one of the EXTREMELY few women who traveled outside of the country in the last few months of pregnancy in 1961 because of the risk of stillbirth AND that the officials of Hawaii and the birth certificate and the Index Data and the birth notices sent to the papers by the DOH of Hawaii in 1961 are all lying.
Now if you want a citizenship status called a dual-citizen, then you must get yourself an amendment.