To: Mr. Mojo
The USSC has *never* ruled on this issue and it's high time it did. No other country in the world allows this. Only the United States of America and that's only because it's been forced upon the country by the Federal Courts and liberal judges.
That's coming to an end, thankfully.
posted on 10/30/2018 3:05:44 AM PDT
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Not sure about that. My friend had her daughter in Germany while hubby was stationed there. The daughter has dual citizenship.
Kavanaugh replacing Kennedy makes this timely
posted on 10/30/2018 4:36:19 AM PDT
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There are over 30 countries that have birthright citizenship thru jus solis. Mexico is one of them. So is Canada. Ireland was the last European country to have it and it eliminated it thru a constitutional amendment.
posted on 10/30/2018 4:42:35 AM PDT
No other country in the world allows this.
When I lived in France I had a friend who was technically also American. She was born in France to American parents who were legal residents of France. She was not a French citizen and did not have a path to citizenship. She really knew no other country than France and she was legally educated and grew up there legally.
We should allow all legal residents children born here to become citizens. BUT NOT ILLEGALS OR TOURISTS PUSHING OUT BABIES.
THIS NEEDS TO STOP NOW.
posted on 10/30/2018 7:38:16 AM PDT
[ The USSC has *never* ruled on this issue and it’s high time it did. No other country in the world allows this. Only the United States of America and that’s only because it’s been forced upon the country by the Federal Courts and liberal judges.
That’s coming to an end, thankfully. ]
It won;t stop that buzzard Ginsberg who appreciates the courts of other countries from trying to rule against it because she is a partisan hack.
posted on 10/30/2018 10:47:39 AM PDT
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