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Offline GregW

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Re: My son is born of a Filipino Citizen, at 18 can he choose to be a Filipino
« Reply #60 on: January 25, 2010, 09:29:44 AM »
Tom, here\'s my thinking on this new offshoot to this thread,  a dual citizen would be just that wouldn\'t they?  A citizen.  Not an alien.

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Re: My son is born of a Filipino Citizen, at 18 can he choose to be a Filipino
« Reply #61 on: January 25, 2010, 12:35:28 PM »
     \"So....... the point of the posting was\"

     I wanted to know what it said but was too lazy to read through it myself. I was hoping if I posted the link, someone else would do it for me. Thanks.
Mike from San Antonio

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Re: My son is born of a Filipino Citizen, at 18 can he choose to be a Filipino
« Reply #62 on: January 26, 2010, 02:09:23 AM »
Tom, here\'s my thinking on this new offshoot to this thread,  a dual citizen would be just that wouldn\'t they?  A citizen.  Not an alien.

Hi Greg,

Yes, I agree with you.  I do not understand what this \"aliens in the US getting US welfare\" has to do with this thread which seemed to be about dual citizenship.

Tom in Big D
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Re: My son is born of a Filipino Citizen, at 18 can he choose to be a Filipino
« Reply #63 on: January 26, 2010, 02:35:19 AM »
Tom, here\'s my thinking on this new offshoot to this thread,  a dual citizen would be just that wouldn\'t they?  A citizen.  Not an alien.

Hi Greg,

Yes, I agree with you.  I do not understand what this \"aliens in the US getting US welfare\" has to do with this thread which seemed to be about dual citizenship.

Tom in Big D

Tom & All,

My bad... I Posted that in a weak, delirious moment. I had just washed my hands and couldn\'t control my fingers.

That\'s my story...

(I\'ll go back and delete it, hoping I don\'t mess up all of the \"On Topic\" Posts for this Thread.

Billy
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Re: My son is born of a Filipino Citizen, at 18 can he choose to be a Filipino
« Reply #64 on: January 26, 2010, 02:52:18 AM »
I Posted that in a weak, delirious moment. I had just washed my hands and couldn\'t control my fingers.

That\'s my story...

(I\'ll go back and delete it, hoping I don\'t mess up all of the \"On Topic\" Posts for this Thread.


Well, all I can say is that I [strike]never[/strike]  [strike]seldom[/strike]  [strike]sometimes[/strike]  [strike]usually[/strike] ... ok, ok, almost always get off topic. 

But its not my fault... you guys should only talk about what I want to talk about, then I could stay on topic.  ;D

Tom in Big D
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Re: My son is born of a Filipino Citizen, at 18 can he choose to be a Filipino
« Reply #65 on: January 26, 2010, 03:01:35 AM »
Tom, here\'s my thinking on this new offshoot to this thread,  a dual citizen would be just that wouldn\'t they?  A citizen.  Not an alien.

Hi Greg,

Yes, I agree with you.  I do not understand what this \"aliens in the US getting US welfare\" has to do with this thread which seemed to be about dual citizenship.

Tom in Big D

Tom & All,

My bad... I Posted that in a weak, delirious moment. I had just washed my hands and couldn\'t control my fingers.

That\'s my story...

(I\'ll go back and delete it, hoping I don\'t mess up all of the \"On Topic\" Posts for this Thread.

Billy

My \"Off Topic\" Post has been deleted.

Billy
"We're here to preserve democracy, not practice it."

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Re: My son is born of a Filipino Citizen, at 18 can he choose to be a Filipino
« Reply #66 on: January 26, 2010, 05:53:05 AM »
I started this thread, and am totaly cool with it going off topic, it is all educatioal. I know that just because I started it doesn\'t give me control rights.  And I don\'t mean to step on toes.  I just enjoy the slight off roads and the educating it gives. Thank you all.  (I\'ll continue to follow to seek if there is more to be discussed)

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Re: My son is born of a Filipino Citizen, at 18 can he choose to be a Filipino
« Reply #67 on: January 27, 2010, 01:25:49 AM »
No harm, no foul in my eyes. 

As long as everyone plays nice, and we all get something out of it.    :) 
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