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To: Constitution Day
That's funny... aren't members of the US military sworn in with an oath that contains the phrase "preserve, protect, and defend the Constitution of the United States"?

Yes, and I dont recall a disclaimer saying when its convenient or when it doesnt interfere with my oath to support Israel. Pollard sold out the US and the Israelis sold our most important classifed data to the russians. Thanks guys.

It was always my impression that immigrants to this country had to renounce their former citizenship to become US citizens. Whats with allowing the Israelis to maintain dual citizenship? I think they should have to decide to whom they are loyal. You cant be loyal to both your wife and mistrist.

45 posted on 10/23/2001 10:06:08 AM PDT by Dave S
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To: Dave S
I became a US citizen when I was 19 years old, and in fact at my swearing in ceremony I did have to verbally and audibly renounce my allegiance to Italy. I'm not completely sure but dual citizenship has always been allowed; but in order to maintain that dual citizenship you must be domiciled in both countries for so many months out of a year.

And I also want to add, that while I can't deny my affection for Italy; if a conflict ever arose between the US and Italy my total allegiance would be with the US. The US is the country that saved my parents and their children from being bound by their station in life. The freedom and the bounty that this country has provided for every American born and naturalized citizen is immeasurable. God Bless the USofA, now and forever.

96 posted on 10/23/2001 11:03:43 AM PDT by Aedammair
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