So nice of you to add to the multitude of brilliant observations on this thread.
The Supreme court has ruled that no one has to renounce a foreign citizenship.
And you think that is someone wants to betray the US then their making a renunciation will stop them? What if they are crossing their fingers behind their backs while renouncing.
By the way-after all the BS flights of fancy- how many votes came to the US from Israel. Was your hand sufficient or did you also need to take off your shoes to count then all?
Atleast I have fingers and toes.
The bulk of the absentee ballots in Florida, other than Military were postmarked "Isreal." Guess a lot of rich Dems were just vacationing. Take your dual citizenship and cram it you know where.
People should not be residing in another country and influencing our elections (unless on some kind of foreign service).
It is sickening to hear people being labeled anti-semitic or a proponent of Nazi-ism for espousing anything less than 100% support for Israel. It is a manipulative, shameful way to deal with people who ask questions that need to be asked.
Why can't we examine Israel's actions toward the Palestinians? Why can't America demand that her citizens not have dividing loyalties? Why is questioning what Israel does labeled "un-American"?