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Monday, August 24, 2015

The Real Meaning Of "Subject To The Jurisdiction" In The 14th Amendment

This is just something to stir the juices of thought when attacking birthright citizenship of illegal aliens and the communist lefts push to alter the U.S. constitution and eventually do away with it and use their
own already drawn up communist constitution. The supreme court jesters will also try to intrepid the words in the U.S. constitution to mean something other. These supreme court justices are suppost to be the brightest and the best but are helping the communist in the U.S. destroy the supreme court. No jobs for the supreme court justices after they help the communists destroy themselves. When your reading the U.S. Constitution every word including the small words "Of", "A" and "To" have precise meanings. The U.S. Constitution took 10 years to write and each amendment to the U.S. Constitution at least in the 1800's was written in the same manner with precise meanings to each and every word. Lawyers were all "Wordsmiths" opposed to todays junk legal professionals in congress that are writing our laws.

Down below I copied the meanings of the two words being used to either give or deny birthright citizenship in the 14th amendment. The word, "Subject TO" was used to deny birthright citizenship. If the word, "Of" had been used instead of the word, "To" then the 14th amendment would have allowed birthright citizenship.

The various meanings of the word, "To" show that the word is mostly refers to a person being "Connected To" the jurisdiction refered to in the 14th amendment. The meanings of the word, "Of" mostly refers to a person being connected to something other than the jurisdiction or away from.

The word, "
Subject" is meant to mean your a person that has to obey the laws of the place you are in. Then they added to word, "To" that clarified the meaning of the sentence to mean "Connected".

You are "Subject
To The Jurisdiction" because you have nowhere else to go under foreign law or have an "Allegiance" to the jurisdiction. Before any foreigner is granted legal citizenship they must take the oath of allegiance to the U.S. which makes them "Subject To" or "Connected To".

(This Word Not Used) You are "Subject
Of The Jurisdiction" because you are in it but are connected to something else other than the place you are in. You have no allegiance "To" and are "Not Connected" but you are a "Subject Of The Laws" in the jurisdiction you are in.

14th Amendment, Section 1 of the U.S. Constitution

Passed by Congress June 13, 1866. Ratified July 9, 1868. Section 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.

All Word Meanings Are Copied From The American Heritage Dictionary

sub·ject (sŭbjĕkt′, -jĭkt)


1. Being in a position or in circumstances that place one under the power or authority of another or others: subject to the law.

2. Prone; disposed: a child who is subject to colds.

3. Likely to incur or receive; exposed: a directive subject to misinterpretation.

4. Contingent or dependent: a vacation subject to changing weather.

to (too; təwhen unstressed)

The meaning mostly gives the sense of "Connected" or something that's "Specific"


a. In a direction toward so as to reach: went to the city.

b. Towards: turned to me.

a. Reaching as far as: The ocean water was clear all the way to the bottom.

b. To the extent or degree of: loved him to distraction.

c. With the resultant condition of: nursed her back to health.

3. Toward a given state: helping minority women to economic equality.

4. In contact with; against: their faces pressed to the windows.

5. In front of: stood face to face.

6. Used to indicate appropriation or possession: looked for the top to the jar.

7. Concerning; regarding: waiting for an answer to my letter.

8. In a particular relationship with: The brook runs parallel to the road.

9. As an accompaniment or a complement of: danced to the tune.

10. Composing; constituting: two cups to a pint.

11. In accord with: job responsibilities suited to her abilities.

12. As compared with: a book superior to his others.

a. Before: The time is ten to five.

b. Up till; until: worked from nine to five.

a. For the purpose of: went out to lunch.

b. In honor of: a toast to the queen.

a. Used before a verb to indicate the infinitive: I'd like to go.

b. Used alone when the infinitive is understood: Go if you want to.

a. Used to indicate the relationship of a verb with its complement: refer to a dictionary; refer me to a dictionary.

b. Used with a reflexive pronoun to indicate exclusivity or separateness: had the plane to ourselves.

of (ŭv, ŏv; əv when unstressed)

The meaning mostly gives the sense of "Away" or something that's "Other"


1. Derived or coming from; originating at or from: customs of the South.

2. Caused by; resulting from: a death of tuberculosis.

3. Away from; at a distance from: a mile east of here.

4. So as to be separated or relieved from: robbed of one's dignity; cured of distemper.

5. From the total or group comprising: give of one's time; two of my friends; most of the cases.

6. Composed or made from: a dress of silk.

7. Associated with or adhering to: people of your religion.

8. Belonging or connected to: the rungs of a ladder.

a. Possessing; having: a person of honor.

b. On one's part: very nice of you.

10. Containing or carrying: a basket of groceries.

11. Specified as; named or called: a depth of ten feet; the Garden of Eden.

12. Centering on; directed toward: a love of horses.

13. Produced by; issuing from: products of the vine.

14. Characterized or identified by: a year of famine.

a. With reference to; about: think highly of her proposals; will speak of it later.

b. In respect to: slow of speech.

16. Set aside for; taken up by: a day of rest.

17. Before; until: five minutes of two.

18. During or on a specified time: of recent years.

19. By: beloved of the family.

20. Used to indicate an appositive: that idiot of a driver.

21. Archaic On: "A plague of all cowards, I say" (Shakespeare).

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