Dual citizenship

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    I spent a year in Israel. During that time, I had to renew my visa and I found out that since my mom came from Israel, I was an Israeli citizen. I was born here. Since America and Israel both share democracy and freedom, I never had a problem with my dual citizenship. Especially since we share the same enemies.
     
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    There's nothing wrong with dual citizenship
     
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    But this thread is kinda stupid lol
     
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    My father was born in Montreal, Canada. Does that make me a dual citizen?
     
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    Only if you're a Canada Goose. Annual migration, ya know.
     
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    we don't share the same "enemies". i am not even sure we share one enemy, if you are speaking of states.

    i don't have any prob at all with anyone's dual citisenship. i have a problem with people saying they are americans when we are in a real shooting war and they are off serving in a foreign army and not our own, or defending traitors and trashing our troops and not defending them, even to the point of tarnishing and slandering their memory for another countries benefit.
     
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    you'll be a wee, insignificant, petty, little shite no matter what they stamp on the passport.

    you should be more concerned about whether you are a floater or not.
     
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    How about people like you who are US citizens but afraid to admit to it? That's pretty fucking shameful.
     
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    Go piss yourself.
     
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    Yeah?

    How nice for you.

    Other than the fact that I do not think you ought to have the right to serve in any US public office, either by election or by appointment, I have no problem with your duel citizenship.
     

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