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The Truly American Policies we ought to adopt ^ | September 29, 2011 | Ron Reale, staff writer

Posted on 09/29/2011 7:20:24 AM PDT by jmaroneps37


“WE THE PEOPLE,” in our founding documents means “CITIZENS of the United States.” American CITIZENS decided all, like-minded American citizens are equal. No foreign subject is equal to an AMERICAN CITIZEN, nor deserving of, nor entitled too, under any circumstances, the benefits or protections of our FOUNDING DOCUMENTS, unless and until they renounce their allegiance to all other countries, jurisdictions and belief systems, and become American CITIZENS.

At that point, they are EQUAL CITIZENS, afforded all the protections of the founding documents.

The mere presence on American soil does not an American Citizen make, nor does presence in the United States automatically transfer any rights or privileges of American CITIZENSHIP onto anyone.


American foreign policy…….. One run-on sentence should cover it all: The United States will do no business with, nor trade with, nor accept any immigrants from, nor give foreign aid or support of any type to, any country, or group, that does not accept any other peaceful country, or peaceful peoples, right to exist, or calls for the destruction of any peaceful country, or peaceful people, or has in it’s “constitution” or “founding documents” such declarations, or whose leaders make public declarations to that effect; nor any country that gives aid to, or supports in any way, any country, or group, fitting that description.

Period: no exceptions.

“… American leader would insist on nothing less, and the free countries and peoples of the world would rally around the United States under such a leader, and build mutual defense alliances against those that disagree.


“…. I have determined the only sensible weapons policy this country should support is: … our advanced weaponry to leave our control..

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KEYWORDS: americanpolicies
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