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#31
Do you have a cite somewhere in the law that supports this.
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#32
I do, just as soon as you explain the difference between a citizen (not a naturalized citizen) and a natural born citizen.
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#33
In common vernacular "citizen" is simply all encompassing. I means both natural born and naturalized and any other kind of citizen you can think off ??
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#34
2 questions:
Why does the Constitution not use simply citizen for both President and Congressperson?
Why do we have a 14th Amendment and what does it say about Pedro?
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#35
1. beats me !
2. I think it says Pedro enjoys equal protection of the laws.

Was the 14th amendment meant to be the citation that you promised ?
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#36
Anchor babies are merely citizens, not natural born citizens.
Before I cite anything, I just want to make sure I understand you correctly. You believe there is absolutely no difference in the Constitution between a citizen and a 'natural born citizen'. If not, tell me what the difference is.
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#37
A citizen is not necessarily born in the US or is born in the US of foreign nationals doing official business. Embassy workers would be an example.
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#38
The question was, do you think a 'natural born citizen' and a citizen are exactly the same thing with no difference between them.
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#39
What is this game you are playing ? Do you have a cite in US code or not.
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#40
You are the one playing games. Just tell me, yes or no, do you believe a citizen and a natural born citizen are the same thing. Very simple. If you say no, what do you believe is the difference. I'm not gonna argue the point until I know what you think.
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