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It is not up to me to fact check for you. Do your own damn research if you doubt something. I had no reason to think Ron Paul was lying or misrepresenting the truth.
If you think Ron Paul is lying or fearmongering than blast him not me. Those are his words. GET IT ?...
So tell me whatukno, when you are in another country, are you no longer an American?
When will the gov say Americans here working for terrorists can be assassinated?
And do quit the misrepresentation of Dr. Paul as being a fear mongerer. I guess Dr Martin Luther King Jr. was a fear mongerer also, same as Jefferson or Washington.
So how about discussing the subject of the US government allowing the assassination of its own citizens. I thought I read somewhere that all American citizens are entitiled to a fair trial before being sentenced to death. Do the laws of this country matter anymore?
Why can I lose my citizenship if I commit treason?
Treason remains a basis for the loss of US citizenship, while similar provisions dealing with military desertion and draft avoidance have been repealed. The treason provision is infrequently used and there are questions about whether it is constitutional.
If it is determined, in most cases by a diplomatic or consular official abroad, that a person has in fact effectively renounced US citizenship, the official is to prepare a certificate of loss of citizenship and forward it to the State Department. The State Department then makes an official determination, and if it concludes that the renunciation was effective, forwards the certificate of loss of citizenship to the INS and sends a copy to the consular official to return to the person. At that point, the person has one year in which to appeal the loss of citizenship. The person can also, at any point in the future, regain citizenship if there was no written declaration of the intent to renounce citizenship.