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Bobby then the US can be considered a battlefield and the bullies that beat the crap out of you were justified. You run your mouth with vile speech just like the cleric did, they would have been justified to take it further than just a good thumping.

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"The entire middle east is the battle field."

Complete utter bull crap! Obviously you have never been there as you claim.

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In case you have troubles finding your answers bobby-

travel. state. gov/law/citizenship/citizenship_776. html

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Wrong again Bobby- A person wishing to renounce his or her U.S. citizenship must voluntarily and with intent to relinquish U.S. citizenship: 1.appear in person before a U.S. consular or diplomatic officer, 2.in a foreign country (normally at a U.S. Embassy or Consulate); and 3.sign an oath of renunciation

Renunciations that do not meet the conditions described above have no legal effect. Because of the provisions of Section 349(a)(5), U.S. citizens cannot effectively renounce their citizenship by mail, through an agent, or while in the United States. In fact, U.S. courts have held certain attempts to renounce U.S. citizenship to be ineffective on a variety of grounds, as discussed below.

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Looking:

Look under the laws governing the surrender of ones citizenship.

All you must do is announce your intentions to surrender your citizenship.

As you righties keep trying to claim that action speak louder than words... Joining a hostile (to the US) group such as a terrorist group is that statement of intent.

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Jimmy,

So you have the same issue as I do. I was not outraged at Bush's extrajudicial killings, neither am I outraged with Obama's. I am however, outraged at the hypocrisy. I supported Bush, and I support Obama in this. I do not support hypocrisy. I recall all too well how the left was foaming at the mouth over the killings when the GOP was in charge, they shouted all sorts of obscene non sense. The same kind of crap that they spewed about GITMO. Yet here we are today, and the Left is all giddy happy and accepting over something that they shouted against less than 8 years ago!

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"... it's forcing an unnatural and hilarious 180 from conservative pundits and forum-activists."

... Like contortionists, tying themselves in knots. Or like Planet Bizarro, where the inhabitants do and think the exact opposite of what makes sense.

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bobby - please show me the law that says you are no longer a citizen when you enter a war without renouncing your citizenship.......

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We happily gave up our rights to due process and illegal search and seizure under the guise of the "protection from terror" of the Patriot act. We gave up our right to assemble peacefully when idiots started carrying guns to rally's. We gave up our right to freedom of the press when we silenced those who spoke out against things that we didn't find popular and instead put on pedestals the talking heads who spend more time distorting the news than reporting it.

The government has never had to forcibly take your rights away. It's only had to make giving them up feel like you were exercising your freedom as an American citizen to freely choose between bad or worse.

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Sedu, my post asks where the outrage was 'from the right' during the W. era, I wasn't talking about the left.

There is one small silver lining to this issue, and that is watching the folks on the extreme right who have always supported indiscriminate slaughter of anyone who doesn't share their opinions/country/affiliation/gender preference/color suddenly take monstrous offense at Obama using drones. And it's not the drone attacks themselves that have the right wing in a fit, as they all happily stood by or even defended the administration when Bush occasionally trampled some human rights.

When Obama first showed up, it was all "he's a socialist dove, he's gonna strip the military bare and hand us over to China"...and now he's proving he's more of a hawk than most people are comfortable with, and it's forcing an unnatural and hilarious 180 from conservative pundits and forum-activists.

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