A point well made, johnboy. Here is the web link for the U.S. Oath of Citizenship: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oath_of_Citizenship_(United States) . There was a revision proposed recently but it was scrapped and the old Oath is still in use. Most importantly, it should be noted that the Oath may be modified to allow for conscientious objectors or for persons who cannot give an 'oath' but will give an 'affirmation' because of religious reasons. As a devout Christian, I myself use an 'affirmation' when I have to be sworn in for jury duty. It has never been rejected either in Federal or State courts.
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Erdogan says Turkey won't broaden anti-terror law for EU visa deal (AP)
from the article: Loyalty to the state is enough