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The U.S. has the right to exercise its power within in its own borders?!? Duh. All I will say is this, if this is truly how you interpret the 14th, then you're a complete dumbazz without a clue. LMAO! squid
Sorry loser, ordinary aliens in the US are under US jurisdiction. Their children born in the US are born subject to the jurisdiction of the US. They are natural born citizens.
The parents' "permanent allegiance" does not negate US sovereignty or jurisdiction - the authority to exercise its power within its borders.
According to the 14th amendment, a person born in the US who is born subject to the jurisdiction of the US is a citizen of the United States. Such a person is born with permanent allegiance to the United States.
Insofar as aliens are concerned, while here, they are subject to the jurisdiction of the United States and they owe local allegiance in reciprocity to protection of the host country. Permanent allegiance to a foreign country does not negate the sovereign right of the United States to exercise its exclusive power within its borders. That's a simple fact of life. Get used to it.
The 14th Amendment does not say that only children born of parents with permanent allegiance to the United States can be born citizens. In fact the 14th does not even mention parents or their permanent allegiance. In other words, permanent allegiance is an inept red herring.