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Colin Powell Uses Code Words to Describe Republican Party

Tinsldr2 Wrote: Jan 14, 2013 1:26 PM
And more to my above on allegiance: State v. Manuel (1838), 4 Dev. & Bat. 20, 24-26. That all children born within the dominion of the United States of foreign parents holding no diplomatic office became citizens at the time of their birth does not appear to have been contested or doubted until more than fifty years after the adoption of the Constitution, when the matter was elaborately argued in the Court of Chancery of New York and decided upon full consideration by Vice Chancellor Sandford in favor of their citizenship. Lynch v. Clark, Again birth in the Colonies and original states makes one A natural born Citizen I can site more examples if needed but you will still prefer foreign laws to historic American Courts and laws

Yesterday former Secretary of State Colin Powell told illegal magazine toter and Meet the Press host David Gregory that the Republican Party is having an "identity crisis" and said there is a "dark vein of intolerance" inside the GOP. He accused leaders in the Party of using "code words" to put down minorities as if his own "dark vein" reference wasn't code for something. He predictably slammed Sarah Palin and portrayed birthers as an influentail sector of the Republican Party (they're not).

On the birther thing, I'd like to remind...