It has been emphasized to me that if The Kenyan was indeed Barry's baby-daddy, then Barry was always ineligible. My own take is different, to-wit, that if The Kenyan had another, tribal wife already whom he did not put away before getting over Stanley Ann Dunham, then therefore his pretended marriage was bigamous and null, under U.S. law, which under the law as it existed at that time made Barry Dunham a single-parent, fatherless person, but still a natural-born citizen by reason of his mother's uncontested U.S. citizenship.
Which still leaves open the question of dual U.S./Indonesian citizenship, or the possibility that he did not "renaturalize" on returning from Jakarta -- which would make him an Indonesian national -- or did not surrender his Indonesian passport, which would appear to cloud, and possibly invalidate, his eligibility for the Presidency.
He could actually, possibly, be an Indonesian citizen and illegal alien.
And as to his "bigamous marriage"...there is still an announced father for the bastard son. She would have been better served to have stated "NONE" than put in a name.