What I thought was funny was this: "How many branches are there in our government?" followed by "What are the three branches of our government?" If you didn't know the first one it wouldn't be too hard to figure it out!
Well, judging by the errors, the INS really isn't in the business of trying to give us educated new citizens. Consider them a branch of the NEA. :^)Most prominent error, by the way, was to speak of rights as granted by government or guaranteed by the government. Neither of these is true; rights are God-granted (per Declaration of Independence) and the state protects them, but cannot guarantee them.
If I was an illegal, I would not even bother to study nor take the test knowing that the Dems will push laws through to allow me to become citizens.
One egregious error is asking anything about the UN in a US questionnaire!
Thirteen & fourteen. Thanks, Mark.
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