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originally posted by: kaylaluv
originally posted by: roaland
a reply to: kaylaluv
no, you revoke the babies citizenship and deport it to. problem solved. Its called abusing the system and illegal foreigners have been sucking my tax dollars out of the system for years and years and years. frankly I'm not willing to support the entire world when i have trouble supporting myself. Its time these lawbreakers go back to their own messed up country and stop messing up mine.
I don't think that is constitutional. The baby was born a U.S. citizen. You cannot deport a U.S. citizen who was born that way.
Australia rescinded birthright citizenship in 2007, as did New Zealand in 2006, Ireland in 2005, France in 1993, and the United Kingdom in 1983. This leaves the United States and Canada as the only remaining industrialized nations to grant automatic citizenship to every person born within the borders of the country, irrespective of their parents' nationality or immigration status.