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  •  I just need to point out here . . . (3+ / 0-)
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    Mother Mags, Neon Mama, Odysseus

    that your first instincts were perfectly accurate, and there was absolutely no reason for you to change it.  The word "citizen" has a far more fundamental meaning than what an invading colonialist power chooses to give it in legal terms, and by any measure beyond that one, our ancestors were certainly all citizens of this land for thousands of years before Europe realized the world wasn't flat.  

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    by Aji on Sat Nov 03, 2012 at 07:19:05 AM PDT

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