A Former Floridian Has Some More Suggestions For What To Call "Birthright Citizenship"—Which It Isn`t
January 14, 2011, 04:00 AM
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01/13/11 - A Reader Has Many Suggestions For What To Call "Birthright" Citizenship (Since It`s Not a Birthright)

From: "Fled From Florida"[Email him]

Re: A Reader Has Many Suggestions For What To Call "Birthright" Citizenship (Since It`s Not a Birthright)

James Fulford wrote "I had written "we do need something else to call it besides `Birthright.` " Any other suggestions will be gratefully received.

I have some additional suggestions:

  • Birth-sleight citizenship (Self explanatory).

  • Death-right citizenship (Since all the welfare benefits are "4 Life!").

  • Dearth-right citizenship (Since we just don`t have enough yet).

  • Birth-right DENIZENSHIP (More legally accurate, notwithstanding that legality means nothing anyway).

  • Birth-canal citizenship (More biologically accurate).

"Fled From Florida" writes that he lived in Florida from 2000-2009 and was forced out by an unfortunate combination of the economic collapse, illegal alien takeovers, and the super high cost of living—especially housing: "I actually planned my escape in 2007, and consider myself lucky I was able to get out with no complications. When I moved to Florida in 2000, everybody was trying to get in— when I left, everybody was trying to get out!" See "Fled From Florida"s previous emails.

James Fulford writes: I kind of like "Birth Canal Citizenship" but I expect it will arouse the ire of the Civility Police.