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Dual citizens should not be allowed to work in government. It's unreasonable to expect someone to only serve the interests your country when they hold a legal obligation to serve the interests of another country.

If someone is the citizen of a foreign country, even if they are a legal citizen of your country and the other country is an ally, they should not be allowed to participate in the administration of government. It's unreasonable to expect someone to only serve the interests of your country when they have a preexisting legal obligation to serve the interests of another country.

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Yeah, we know which half too.crs smilie hehe smilie

I don't think your numbers are accurate, but it's already illegal to spy in the US. There's only one country the people in government should be loyal to: yours.

After 18, there shouldn't be dual citizenship. Pick the country you have allegiance to and live there. There is no such thing as a Hyphenated American. Either you are an American, or something else. It's kind of like being a pregnant-virgin.

If they are a United States citizen then they, like the rest of us, should be able to take employment where ever, even in government.

I think it depends on WHAT position. Just a basic paper pusher, no problem. With access to Top Secret or above info, NO. And DEFINITELY not any Elected Position.

cddjmikeys avatar cddjmikey Disagree +1Reply

Humans are humans. Our differences are inconsequential, and I can trust another person to look out for their fellow person regardless of their country of origin. Well, not always, but shitty people are shitty people regardless of where they’re from.

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