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You could use a mirror set at 45 degrees to redirect the sunlight onto the panel, something like this:
"US regulators said Verizon Communications Inc.'s networks may have dropped a 'truly alarming' number of wireless emergency calls during a snow storm last month, and asked the carrier to investigate."
That said, if you have a land-line with Verizon FIOS, you would also be S.O.L. if the power went out for any length of time as the fiber gear has a battery backup that is only good for about five hours. In fact, I used this to my advantage during one of this winter's storms where we lost power and sought out shelter at my fathers' house. I would call my land-line from my cell and if the call went directly to voice mail, I knew the power was still out. Once I heard the phone ring, I knew the power was back up and running.
So, he deliberately chooses not to do that which would give him the right to vote.
Correct, that is his choice.
And just how is that discriminatory, or a failure on the part of the US?
It is not, nor did I say it was.
That's his choice, and he has continually made that same choice for decades.
Exactly, as I stated in my post.
Your father just doesn't value the right to vote enough to do what it takes to become a citizen. However, I don't see how holding dual citizenship would deny his national heritage. Becoming a US citizen does not destroy or revoke any previous citizenship.
Dual citizenship is kind of a grey, murky area. Technically, under US law, there is no such thing as dual citizenship as you are required to renounce your allegiances to any foreign flag when you naturalize. In reality, this is rarely enforced. As I stated in my original post, this is a choice that my father has made, knowing full well what the ramifications are. My point was that here is a man that has been a productive member of society, worked his entire life, always paid his fair share, always followed the law, and served in the US military. I don't think giving him a vote would be such a terrible thing.
Those who do things in a noble spirit of self-sacrifice are to be avoided at all costs. -- N. Alexander.