Real cool. After Dale the Fail's BS crashes and burns his reply is to simply affirm the groundless BS again.<quoted text>LMAO!!! Now look who is using Play Law!!! Aliens have never been "subject to the jurisdiction, thereof (US Constitution)", we don't make treaties with ourselves, do we!
Again, Dufus, if the US did not have jurisdiction over aliens within the boundaries of the US per the constitution, no treaty could be established wherein such jurisdiction could be created as it would be unconstitutional. The executive and the Senate cannot create extra-constitutional powers. Treaties and laws enacted by congress pursuant to treaties are subservient to the Constitution. A treaty cannot magically create a Federal power not granted by the Constitution. Dufus Dale's fantasy is hopeless but he cannot see it. Pure stupidity.
Dale's silly infantile fantasy crashes and burns again. He wants to get into the Guinness Book of World Records for most failed rationales proposed to back up a theory with no legs.
Dale the fail, born congenitally butt-backwards again attempts to back up a theory with no legs with an example with no clue.
According to Mr. Fail, aliens in the US are not under US jurisdiction and conversely US citizens who are aliens in foreign countries are under the jurisdiction of the US. However the treaty he cites provided US citizens in China with religious liberty that they would have had without treaty if they had been under US jurisdiction. Furthermore, if the United States lacked jurisdiction over aliens per the constitution, then the United States would not have the power to create an extra-constitutional power by treaty, which is subservient to the Constitution.
Dale the fail should go back to disproving the First Law of Thermodynamics. He'd have better luck.