To: a stinking United States' Congress

Establish a uniform rule of naturalization

Members of the Congress ought huddle between Tuesdays and Thursdays, including at least one-half day on Wednesdays, in order to flatter themselves and heroicize their predecessors, and to draft a bill which engrafts citizenship to those in the United States desirous of it.

Why is this important?

Governments which insist upon exclusion, or which refuse to recognize persons' rights to move about the world, are despotic and illegitimate.