The Constitution for the United States of America
Section 8 - Paragraph 4
To establish an uniform rule of naturalization, and uniform laws on the subject of bankruptcies throughout the United States:
Naturalization is not immigration. Naturalization is the granting of Citizenship. Nobody has the inherent right to tell someone else where they can, or cannot live. Any attempt to restrict the natural right of People to live where they want is a violation of their God give unalienable rights.
If the Rules of Naturalization and Bankruptcy were not uniform in all of the several States people would run from State to State to find the most favorable for their situation.
This is the only place in the Constitution where the letters "B" "A" "N" "K" appear. In the word "bankruptcy." We, the People of the United States, did not give the Federal Government any power or authority to do anything with banking.
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