I have a question.
In the article you wrote the following; ‘Obama also actively campaigned for his Marxist Kenyan cousin, Raila Odinga, in 2006, in apparent violation of the Logan Act.’
Would it still be against the Logan Act, if Barack was a foreigner. Mind you, that if he was a foreigner, he could still be a Senator, like Mel Martinez ex-Senator from Florida, who was born in Cuba.
I doubt Barack is even a US Citizen.
Mrs. Rondeau replies: I included that fact in the article to show that he still had very close ties to Kenya, enough to possibly violate U.S. law by campaigning for a candidate for office in that country. To be so entrenched in the politics of that particular country indicates more than a mild interest, in my opinion. He also gave more than $1,000,000 to Odinga’s campaign, which is most likely another violation.
You make a good point: that if he is not even a U.S. citizen but a Kenyan or British citizen, would it have been against the law for him to have campaigned for Odinga. Probably not. However, he was a sitting U.S. Senator at the time, or at least posing as one. If Obama has never been a U.S. citizen, then he has lied to everyone over many years and garnered millions of dollars in salary and campaign donations illegally.
No U.S. government official is allowed to meddle in the political affairs of other countries unless sent as part of an official delegation. By “foreigner,” it would depend if you mean he was foreign-born and naturalized in the U.S., or not even a U.S. citizen. If the latter was true, then he should never have been allowed to run for the U.S. Senate nor even the Illinois state senate. You have to be a U.S. citizen to serve in either of those capacities.