Comment: If Congress had not passed any naturalization laws making those

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If Congress had not passed any naturalization laws making those

children of military members born overseas citizens, then they would not be.

The fact that the law makes them citizens "at birth" does not make them "natural born citizens" rather the opposite - because a law is what gives them citizenship, they are "naturalized" but yes, they are citizens, just not eligible to be President.

Yes, absent an Act of Congress, being born outside the country DOES make you a foreigner. That's the point.