Comment: Being a dual citizen does not

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Being a dual citizen does not

Being a dual citizen does not always require an oath. My son was born in the Philippines and by birth was a citizen. I took him to the U.S. embassy and got him registered up at the embassy and obtained a U.S. passport for him. No oathes, he hasn't sworn allegiance to anyone.

"Hard to have 100% loyalty to the American people and the Constitution if you've taken oaths with foreign entities/countries."

Yeah, because we know nobody would ever just repeat an oath and not mean it.