LMAO!!! The only people that are "and subject to the jurisdiction, thereof (US Constitution)", are US Citizens, aliens even tough here in the US do not lose their citizenship/allegiance to their country of origin and you can't prove they do!!!<quoted text>
Sorry loser, the point is that the Preamble was understood not to exclude aliens from the jurisdiction of the United States as explained by the USSC in 1812. And given that the 14th Amendment used the same term, jurisdiction (of the United States) without redefining it, the notion that jurisdiction had some new meaning in the 14th Amendment is preposterous. The Federal Appeals Court (California Circuit) understood this, ruling that Look Tin Sing was born subject to the jurisdiction of the United States. Similarly the Federal District Court, Northern District of California, ruled Wong Kim Ark born subject to the jurisdiction of the US. It need not be mentioned that the Ark case was affirmed in US v. Wong Kim Ark, and it was held that he was born under the jurisdiction of the United States. State courts ruled similarly, for example, New Jersey Supreme Court case Benny v. O'Brien, 32 Atl 696 (1895).Allan Benny, whose parents were [his parents aliens] domiciled here at the time of his birth, is SUBJECT TO THE JURISDICTION OF THE UNITED STATES, and is not subject to any foreign power.[emphasis added]
Oh, how was the paper chase!!!
In 1812 we were at war with England for violations of treaties from 1790.
Now as far as the Preamble its intent was for citizens only, aliens are not "We The People" of the United States of America!
If aliens in this country have the the same rights and responsibilities as a citizen, why have a Naturalization Act, just come on in and setup house.