Comment: Being a citizen of the US

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Being a citizen of the US

Being a citizen of the US means being able to vote. State nationals cannot vote. It means, according to international law, to be foreign, or alien, to the state in which you live, unless you live in DC or one of the protectorates. There's a word for someone who is a foreigner but votes in another country. I think he's called an insurgent.

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