Certainly the Bill of Rights was intended to apply only to the citizens of the United States. The past several years, the living breathing constitution has changed. Our forefathers were not PC and did not expect this nation to become so diverse and therefore they were wrong in their nationalism. This is the view of the powers that be, or have been, and anyone who tries to say otherwise is ridiculed and would probably be tarred and feathered if they persisted in their bigoted views.
# 170 by ladyinred
I believe, ladyinred, that the Bill of Rights was meant to apply to citizens.
I don't have a problem with illegally expanding them to apply to non-citizens,
but that is just a reflection of my "fanatic" views on the rights of men.
Legally, to apply the governmental restrictions of the Bill of Rights
to non-citizens would require a Constitutional Amendment.