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RE: [registrars] Guam in a Commonwealth of the USA, similar to Puerto Rico.
At 16:49 07-02-2000 -0500, Michael D. Palage wrote:
>Creative, but you know as much as I that the GAC will just redraft their
>definition to close this loop-hole. :) I admire your tanacity.
That's no way to look at it. BTW, there's also American Samoa. I called
upon the Representative of American Samoa during the DC Doorknock of the
Asia Pacific Council of American Chambers of Commerce (APCAC) last
June. Also, there are many French islands on the East Coast of the USA
that are a part of France. Citizenship is what it says it is, if GAC wants
to play hard ball they better be ready.
I'm not stopping in my drive. I'll disrupt this vote if you oppose me.
Before we can vote, I insist that you request copies of citizenship papers
for *all* candidates:-( Under the circumstances, I don't think we can
accept *anyone's* word for his or her citizenship.
BoibC, who is digging in for a hard fight.
>From: firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf
>Of Robert F. Connelly
>Sent: Monday, February 07, 2000 4:25 PM
>To: Registrars Constituency
>Cc: Andrew McLaughlin; Esther Dyson; Louis L. Touton; firstname.lastname@example.org
>Subject: [registrars] Guam in a Commonwealth of the USA, similar to
>I rise to throw a red herring into the election process.
>Guam is in the Asia Pacific Region.
>Guam is a part of the USA. It elects a member of the House of
>Representatives. Richard Lindsay is a citizen of the USA.
>Spouses of Americans who have permanent residence status (green cards) may
>satisfy the legal requirements of keeping their status by visiting Guam
>Therefore (ready for this) Richard Lindsay is fully qualified to be a Names
>Council delegate for the AP region for the Registrars Constituency and
>should never have been asked to step down.
>I don't know what kind of xenophobia or anti American shenanigans the GAC
>were working under, but we should stop the election of a new delegate right
>now, nip it in the bud.
>Not sorry about this;-)
>Personal regards, BobC, who is sporting a large grin this AM.