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Friday, December 2, 2011

Judge Napolitano "What if....it's all true? Well, mostly all true anyway?

Time: 3:40

Q.    What if the government could strip you of your citizenship rights because of where your mother was when you were born?

A.     Citizenship isn't a right. It's a privilege. But moreover, the government can't strip you of a privilege you never had in the first place.



ex animo
davidfarrar

3 comments:

  1. I stand partially corrected, David.
    Citizenship-of-right, had by whatever lawful means, is a privilege - One that may be alienated, but only by the due process of duly authorized law.

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  2. "When a man becomes a citizen of the United States under the Constitution he cannot cease to be a citizen, except by expatriation for the commission of some crime by which his citizenship shall be forfeited."...Sen. Jacob Howard

    ex animo
    davidfarrar

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  3. Q: Why do I go to Court?
    A: Because I'm a moronic alienated redneck who has nothing to do with his time and I hope to get attention by making myself look like a total dumbass.

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