They still have their own land and their own borders, and their sovereignty is limited.<quoted text>they weren't located in the US, they had their own land and borders. There sovereignty was not limited, we had to make treaties with them, they were not subject to the jurisdiction, thereof.
On the one hand, BirfoonBoy admitted that Indian nations are "quasi-nations" and on the other he insists that their sovereignty is not limited. Duh!
We made treaties with them, and they ceded absolute sovereignty. FACT.
Grow up! Elk was born on a reservation wherein his tribe ceded absolute sovereignty. UR pissing in the wind.
Woo Wee! The Indian nations had borders and laws. That's news?
Unlike Canada and Mexico, they were/are located within the territorial limits of the United States, and their sovereignty is limited, unlike Canada and Mexico.
Elk had nothing to do with Canada and Mexico. UR on the wrong page, as usual.