WOW, I don't need to wait to do that, you have already earned your place in F.R. "Hall of Shame"!
My Father-in-law came here from Holland in 1947 and he had to give up his Dutch citizenship. My brother came here in 1950 and he had to give up his Danish citizenship!!
I came here in 1983 and have to relinquish my Swedish citizenship as well!!!
Now maybe you can understand that your have earned the FREEPER "Hall of Shame" title???
That's right, because in order to become a naturalized citizen you are required to voluntarily give up your citizenship. Had your father-in-law or your brother been born here while on a visit to the U.S. then they would have acquired U.S. citizenship and there is nothing that Holland or Denmark could do to prevent it. Likewise, they no doubt would also have been citizens of Holland and Denmark, and there is nothing that the U.S. could do to prevent that. And said U.S. citizenship would continue until they were adults and they voluntarily gave it up.
In retrospect I think that this conversation between us should go into the F.R. "Hall of Shame" as evidence of crass Birther foolishness.