Dual citizenship is repugnant to the Constitution and America, the Republic, therefore illegal in the U.S.
We the People of the United States, in Order to form a more perfect Union, establish Justice, insure domestic Tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general Welfare, and secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.
* more perfect Union (than the Articles of Confederation, then in existence)
* establish (to set up; found)
* justice (fairness)
* insure (cause confidence in, [not force])
* domestic (indigenous to a particular country [these 50 States])
* provide (furnish; supply)
* common (relating to the community as a whole; public)
* defense (act of defending against attack, danger, or injury)
* promote (endorse and encourage, [not provide for or give])
* general Welfare,(common [not individual] prosperity)
* secure (guard from danger or risk of loss)
* Posterity (future generations)
* ordain (order by virtue of superior authority; decree or enact)
* Constitution (the system of fundamental laws and principles that prescribes the nature, functions, and limits of a government [note: of a government, not of the people])
* for (on behalf of)
1.. The Preamble to the Constitution, names the parties who are creating the document: We the People of the States who will ratify / approve this Constitution;
2.. Lists the reason for creating the document:
3.. To form a more perfect union than existed under the Articles of Confederation;
4.. To insure domestic tranquility, or stop the squabbling that was occurring between the States in regards to their individual duties to the Confederacy;
5.. To provide for the common defense, to allay fears of foreign invasion;
6.. To promote, the general welfare; and
7.. To secure the Blessings of Liberty to ourselves and our Posterity.
8.. It should be noted, that all of the above causes for restructuring the Confederacy are specifically for the United States of America. There is no provision for any other nation or nation's people, to be the recipients of our generosities or responsibilities;
9.. Gives the end result of these desires:
10. We the people ordain and establish the Constitution for the United States of America; for the new union; for the new federated "government."
11. NOTE: It is important to remember that the people are recognized as having the superior authority, and the people are agreeing to authorize a defined, limited form of government, not the formation of a new Nation, to perform certain acts on the behalf of the people. The States were to remain 13, (now 50) separate Nation/States.
12.. This Constitution makes no demand whatsoever upon an individual, non-government, private citizen.