The U.S. constitution specifically mentions American Indians three times. Article I, section 2, clause 3 and the fourteenth amendment section 2 address the handling of "Indians not taxed" in the apportionment of the seats of the House of Representatives according to population and in so doing suggest that Indians need not be taxed.
that dealt with not counting 'tribal' members for house of representatives/voting. 'tribal' members can now vote, are counted for elections and are US citizens meaning that you would support the 'tribal' members being taxed
I'm fully aware of both the origins and the legal definition.
I simply assert that the entire system of 'tribal' boundary, as solely devised by the US government is patently illegal due to the crimes against humanity used to implement and enforce these repeatedly violated and broken treaties.
Theses are absolute and indisputable facts to all but the most uninformed or disingenuous.
As such, any laws implemented as a result of these actions are not only unenforceable but patently illegal or unconstitutional (take your pick).
Everyone's entitled to their own opinions, but not their own facts.