Ooohhh! I've "thrown in" a federal court opinion and a definition from Black's Law Dictionary, unlike the birfoon who simply talks through his hat.<quoted text>
An alien does not pledge his allegiance to this country or any other country he may be visiting. His allegiance remains to his home country. I see you've thrown in the Court of Claims and temporary allegiance now. If you can't see this you're full shat.
Wowee Zowee! An alien does not have to recite the pledge! That's news?
While in this country, the alien owes allegiance to this country.
"Temporary allegiance. The impermanent allegiance owed to a state by a resident alien during the period of residence." Black's Law Dictionary, 9th Ed.
So the Court of Claims was unaware of the pledge of allegiance?
What part of "ALLEGIANCE TO THE UNITED STATES" does LRS not comprehend?
... of the compact also redound to aliens residing within the territory of the United States, who are deemed to owe temporary ALLEGIANCE TO THE UNITED STATES and thereby are entitled to the reciprocal protections of the Constitution. See United States v. Barona ....
Ashkir v. U.S., 46 Fed.Cl. 438, 2000 WL 348805, Fed.Cl., April 04, 2000 (NO. 96-351L).(emphasis added)
No play on words there. It is a very direct statement of the court and it says LRS is full of it.