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Date: Mon, 07 Jul 1997 09:28:43 -0700
To: Slimepit <bluebird74@bigfoot.com>
From: Paul Andrew Mitchell [address in tool bar]
Subject: SLS: SAP National Conference Call (fwd) [corrected]

The term "Citizen of the United States" [sic]
at 1:2:2, 1:3:3, and 2:1:5 means 
"Citizen of ONE OF the States united".
See People v. De La Guerra, California
Supreme Court, 40 Cal. 311 (1870), for proof.

It is quite different from the term
"citizen of the United States", 
which is rooted in Section 1 of the
fourteenth amendment [sic].  The 
latter class is a subject class which
exercises a franchise granted to them    [was "exercising"]
under federal municipal law.  See 
Murphy v. Ramsey, 114 U.S. 15 (1885):

"... their political rights are franchises
which they hold as privileges in the 
legislative discretion of the congress
of the United States."  See also National
Bank v. County of Yankton, 101 U.S. 129
for elaboration of federal municipal 

/s/ Paul Mitchell

At 11:41 AM 7/7/97, you wrote:
>>You cannot serve in the House, Senate, or White
>>House unless you are a Citizen of ONE OF the
>>States united;  those clauses have never been
> I read in the Constitution that an elected Representative or Senator is not 
>a citizen of the state he inhabits.Huh?Also, fed judicial powers do not
>extend to
>cases between a state and its citizens.Again Huh?

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