<quoted text>LMAO!!! Here, explain this.
This will not, of course, include persons born in the United States who are (((foreigners, aliens))), who belong to the families of ambassadors or foreign ministers accredited to the Government of the United States, but will include every other class of persons.
Just how are foreigners and aliens born in the US that aren't not members of ambassadors/ministers families.
All you have to do is look at Obama, he was born a citizen of his father's country of origin, since his father was an alien with no intentions of making the US his naturalized country.
For illiterate birfoons I must issue a sarcasm alert:<quoted text>
So does Dufus Dale now flip-flop and conclude that the 14th Amendment would have made persons born in the US of European immigrants not citizens even though they had been previously considered citizens before passage of the amendment?
BTW, if Dufus Dale had a reading comprehension ability over grade 2 he would realize that his quote refers to children of ambassadors as born aliens, and not children of ordinary aliens. Every court that has ever ruled on the issue understands English. Poor Dufus Dale does not.
“Is not the child born in this country of German parents a citizen? I am afraid we have got very few citizens in some of the counties of good old Pennsylvania if the children born of German parents are not citizens.”-Senator Lyman Trumbull, Cong. Globe 39th, 1st Sess 498 (1866).
Dufus Dale's problem is that his heroes, Jacob Howard, Lyman Trumbull, and John Bingham all believed that persons born of ordinary aliens had always been born citizens of the US and that the 14th Amendment would not change that aspect of the citizenship rule. They all said so. They didn't believe in Play Law and neither did the state or federal courts.
“Who are natural-born citizens but those born within the republic? Those born within the Republic, whether black or white, are citizens by birth—natural-born citizens.” John Bingham, Cong. Globe 37th Cong., 2nd Sess. 1639 (1862)
“They became such in virtue of national law, or rather natural law which recognizes persons born within the jurisdiction of every country as being subjects or citizens of that country. Such persons were, therefore, citizens of the United States AS WERE BORN IN THE COUNTRY or were made by naturalization.” Senator Jacob Howard, Cong. Globe 39th Cong., 1st Sess, 2765 (1866).[emphasis added]