Monday, August 2, 2010

Correction On Sen. Kyl's Words

My sincere apologies go to any readers who read what I posted earlier today from a Huffington Post front-page article claiming that Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) called explicitly to repeal the 14th Amendment, which guarantees US citizenship to anyone born within US borders. See the following correction from the original CBS News article, to which the HuffPost article linked:

"EDITOR'S NOTE: An earlier edit of this story suggested that Sen. Kyl supported repealing the 14th Amendment's guarantee of citizenship. While the senator has proposed hearings on the Constitution's guarantees on citizenship and what he terms a "reward" for parents who are in the country illegally, Kyl's communications director Andrew Wilder said that "he did not call for the 'repeal' of the 14th Amendment." "

Again, I regret and am sorry the spread of misinformation took place on EurAmerican. Special thanks to follower GF for calling me on this. Make sure to leave similar or separate comments on this or any other post. 

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