anonymous
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In the Oath of Allegiance, a person gives up loyalty to other governments swears to vote in every U.S. election breaks the laws of U.S. states promises to speak English only
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anonymous
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i think its a

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anonymous
  • anonymous
You're right
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I agree
anonymous
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Hey, are either of you good at math cuz I need help
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i suck at math
anonymous
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Oath=to curse, to forsake Allegience=Alliance with other entities, allegations made as to one's connections with other countries. Therefore oath of allegiance, is literally you are cursing and forsakening your alleged alliance with third entities other than your own.:)
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