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To: RebelDawg
All persons within the borders of the USA are protected by our Constitution, including the Bill of Rights. This is why the Constitution refers to the people and persons and not citizens.
11 posted on 10/18/2001 10:20:43 AM PDT by CharacterCounts
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To: CharacterCounts
All persons within the borders of the USA are protected by our Constitution, including the Bill of Rights. This is why the Constitution refers to the people and persons and not citizens.
This is just "your" interpretation. Pleas epost facts to back up your opinion.

I was hoping for facts not opinions.

Can someone post a document stating that visitors to this country are protected by the BOR or not?
24 posted on 10/18/2001 10:31:01 AM PDT by RebelDawg
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To: RebelDawg
All persons within the borders of the USA are protected
by our Constitution, including the Bill of Rights.
This is why the Constitution refers to the people and persons and not citizens.
# 11 by CharacterCounts

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Taken in context,
I believe that the Bill of Rights,
and the rest of the Constitution,
apply only to the United States,
and to United States citizens.

The Constitution is, after all,
a document concerned with creating a government,
and detailing how that government will interact with it's citizens.

174 posted on 10/20/2001 8:55:53 PM PDT by exodus
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