Illegal alien fun keeps coming: Proposal denies automatic citizenship to kids

Illegal alien fun just keeps on coming – this time targeting the illegals’ kids.

Baby on Board/Thinkstock image

Baby on Board/Thinkstock image

A proposal by Arizona Sen. Russell Pearce aims to deny automatic citizenship from kids of undocumented immigrants. And why not?

Since the illegal immigrant* issue has been disregarded for so long, the floodgates may as well burst open with a deluge of measures meant to drown all angles at once.

See what happens when things are perpetually ignored?

Pearce, a Mesa-area Republican, is the same guy who sponsored the controversial SB 1070, which was signed into law in April and goes into effect July 29. The measure gives local law enforcement the authority to question immigration status with “reasonable suspicion” if a person is stopped for another infraction.

Denying automatic citizenship to the offspring of two undocumented immigrants – or anyone born here – goes against the U.S. Constitution, some cry.

And perhaps it does.

The 14th Amendment says “All persons, born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States. No state shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States.”

But isn’t such stuff passé? After all, as a Time magazine article points out, the 14th Amendment was adopted back in 1868 and meant to help freed slaves. It took the citizenship decision-making away from the states and put in the hands of the federal government.

Yet today’s federal government has pretty much proved through longtime lack of action that its hands are incredibly too busy working on things other than some silly border woes.

Pearce wants to give back some power to the state, by only doling out birth certificates to offspring who have at least one documented parent, according to Associated Press.

“Citizenship as a birthright is rare elsewhere in the world,” AP says. “Many countries require at least one parent to be a citizen or legal resident.”

Homeland Security says nearly 11 million illegal aliens were in the United States as of January 2009, AP reports. As of 2008, AP says the Pew Hispanic Center in Washington estimates the number of illegal aliens with U.S. citizen children at 3.8 million.

Even if the 14th Amendment may seem passé, perhaps it’s just not right to change a longstanding measure. C’mon, it’s not like we redesign the flag every year. Some things should stay the same just because.

Besides, if immigrants have the wherewithal to sneak into the country illegally and stay long enough to have a kid – or several – it only makes sense their children should be privileged with U.S. citizenship status and reap all the benefits that come with it.

Kind of like a door prize.


Please note: This piece was written with sarcasm and I remain undecided on Pearce’s proposal to deny automatic citizenship.

*Please also note: The terms illegal immigrant, illegal alien and all variations thereof are not the issue here. We already went through that debate on a previous post.

What do you think?

Is the measure to deny citizenship to children born of illegal/undocumented immigrants right or wrong? Why?

Is it unconstitutional?

Is it about time?


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53 Responses to Illegal alien fun keeps coming: Proposal denies automatic citizenship to kids

  1. andrew says:

    I tried dragging my 2nd wife down to Rocky point when she went into labour so we could own beachfront property but her water broke before we got out of Tucson. Maybe next time. “Argosies the” itc

  2. Toronto Madman says:

    does it mean McCain is going to loose his citizenship?

    “All persons, born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States”

    • Orlandovjc says:

      It’s idiotic comments like this that explain why liberals act the way they do. Just because you hate McCain (for what reason would probably something you “Hear” but didn’t research yourself), what does that have to do with someone ILLEGALLY coming into our country just so they can have a kid here and then expect to automatically become  a citizen. And don’t even claim that “for the kids” BS mantra – your party is the same one that supports Abortion, so don’t even pretend you care about “children”.

    • Jack says:

      The 14th amendment does not restrict citizenship to a certain group of people – it prohibits the government from denying citizenship to a certain group of people. Congress is perfectly free to expand the 14th amendment definition but it can not shrink it.  So McCain will still be a citizen.
      If the courts choose to interpret “subject to the jurisdiction thereof” as applying to children of two unauthorized immigrants the same way that it applies to children of diplomats then there is no constitutional prohibition against what Arizona is doing.

    • Al says:

      McCain was the son of 2 American citizens born at the hospital used by the base where his father was stationed. He is covered by both being citizens and of legal age. I’m not a McCain fan but, unlike some we know, his citizenship was confirmed.

  3. republicanblack says:

    Look, I am against illegal immigration, but at the same time I feel for the children of those law breaking aliens, because they probably didn’t have a choice in the matter. Why should the children pay for the sins of their fathers? Why? It’s not fair. It’s just like if I were to rob a bank, take my child with me and then both me and my child serve prision time. Not at all fair. Check this story out on the dream act I just came across:

  4. Nemesis says:

    The problem right now is that the 14th amendment is being abused by illegal immigrants.  Women are coming over the border pregnant, with syringes in hand and when they get caught by border patrol, injecting themselves and forcing labor.
    In my opinion, the 14th amendment is antiquated in this day in age and needs to be revised cause over time, new threats arise that may not have been seen back in 1868.

    • Dave P says:

      What would you say to changing our rights to bear arms, after all the gang and other related crimes that are now perpatrated with more ease due to the prevelance of guns could not have been seen back then either.

      • Nemesis says:

        But haven’t you noticed that all the arms that these criminals have are illegally owned? Making it against the law to own a gun would not hurt the criminal underground at all, which is why they are called a criminal underground, cause they do not abide by anything but their own rules.  Who it would hurt though are the law abiding citizens who now have no way to defend themselves against these criminals.
        On the other hand, in retrospects to illegal immigration, you change it so that their children won’t gain citizenship unless either of them are a legal resident, that does nothing but stave off the influx of illegal immigration cause its one less loop hole they can take advantage of.

    • Orlandovjc says:

      No the problem is that Liberals only pull out the Constitution in support of people that ARE NOT covered by it. Terrorist and Illegals are not what the 14th was about. The 14th was specifically added to protect the voting rights of newly freed slaves that had been BORN here. These people TRULY didn’t have a choice. Their parents had been dragged over here and as such these natural born slaves have the right to protection under the constitution (but didn’t until the 14th).

  5. Dave P says:

    So basically anybody but the Native Americans would have to give up their citizenship. Or are we going to conveniently leave out the fact that the founding fathers themselves were illegal aliens?

    • Nemesis says:

      During the time of our founding fathers, there was not a constitution in place, or did I get my history wrong, was there really a constitution already made and we dug it up once we landed here and decided to adopt it.  Leads back to the age old question, which came first, the chicken or the egg?

      • Dave P says:

        There was the government of the

      • Dave P says:

        There was the government of the people already inhabiting this land. They had their laws, regulations and traditions.

      • Nemesis says:

        Yes they did, pass tense there, but I’m sure if you can find any of these regulations and traditions, you wouldn’t find one that states what the 14th amendment is stating.  Territory changes happen, and when that happens, so do the laws, regulations and traditions.  Look across history, the Persians, the Romans.  All once great civilizations who had great influences, some more tragic than others, but as boundaries change, so do the laws that govern them.

      • eze says:

        Ha what a statement to support mexican immigrants.  Look across history, the Persians, the Romans.  All once great civilizations who had great influences, some more tragic than others, but as boundaries change, so do the laws that govern them.
        What progressive insight.  Our laws need to change to suit out changing population.

    • Jim Kelley says:

      Considering that the “native americans” migrated from Asia, the oft rpeated phrase of ” Europeans are illegal immigrants” is ludicrous. Consider also that Europeans, the Norse, had ben exploring the Eastern portions of North America in the 12th century makes the claim even more specious.
      America is special and different from every other nation on Earth. It took thousands of years for the rest of the world to go from cave dwelling and stone tools to modern technology and an intellectually enlightened people, it took America only a few generations.
      I am torn on the issue of children born to illegal aliens in the United States, previously I like Rynski sw citizenship for the child as sort of prize for the underdog. But I also believe it is now being systematically abused not a cosmic coincidence. The 14ht amendment will need clarification in htis area and I applaud the courage of Russell Pearce to at least start the conversation with his challenge.

      • leftfield says:

        America is special and different from every other nation on Earth.

        Unless you are talking about the very worst aspects of this country, this is a lie.  It is this kind of thinking that led little Georgie Boy to kill hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and Afghanis while making millions more into refugees.  It’s OK, though, because they are not “special” like us.  Thus it is our burden as a “special” nation to lead them out of the darkness – even if we have to kill every last one of them to do it. 

  6. Jeff says:

    If the parents are here illegally, the baby is here illegally as well. They made a decision to come here and break our immigration laws, as outdated as they are. Still, they are bringing their child here illegally as well. Make sure mom and baby are all healthy, then back they go. Come back and do it legally next time.

  7. Ed Weirdness says:

    Why is it so difficult for the Folks in Washington to understand that, we the people, by a substantial marging, oppose amnesty and birthright citizenship if neither parent is a citizen or legal resident? Overpopulation, congestion, urban sprawl, crumbling infrastructure, vanishing farm land and green space, lack of affordable housing, overcrowded schools and hospitals, crime, pollution, water and energy shortages, depressed wages, increased tax burdens, the balkanization of our communities, the marginalization of American workers, taxpayers and citizens, the overall decline in quality of life, are all the result of unconstrained immigration. Has it occurred to anyone that by securing our borders, enforcing our immigration laws, stabilizing our egregious population growth that occurs through unwarranted immigration, we reduce the stress on our environment, reduce our energy consumption and our carbon footprint? Indeed, there are no problems confronting America’s citizens that would not be immediately and measurably improved by securing our borders and enforcing our immigration laws. Regardless of how the Obama administration and the media, as well as the illegals themselves try to spin the narrative, it doesn’t require an advance degree to appreciate the fact that ‘too many people competing for the same limited resources is NOT sane, sustainable social, economic or environmental policy’!

    • USA says:

      Excellent insight, which mirrors my  thoughts very closely. Are we to be forced to live a  Darwinian  Existence? All our lives, we have been told to follow the  rules.  Now it seems the  law does not apply to certain individuals.  Whatever logic you choose to employ  to justify this lunacy, does not apply…… because its just wrong. Wrong to have us obey the rules, and for you all to believe you can change them because YOU say so. Well  I say next time your standing in line to renew your drivers license, let myself and a couple of my friends cut line in front of you. That’ll be just fine…… Right, No problem .   Roddy Piper said it best. ” Just when you think you’ve got all the answers, I change the questions.

  8. M. in Denver says:

    When my great-grandmother was pregnant, she came to the United States to have her baby, so that her son, my grandfather, could have American citizenship. Afterwards she, and the baby, went back to Poland. The only reason I was even born is because my grandfather was able to use his US citizenship and escape to the US when the Nazis invaded. The rest of his family was murdered.
    I fully support sending illegal immigrants back to their home countries. But their children who were born here? This is their home country. Not some foreign land they have never stepped foot in. Give the parent the option to take their American child back to the parent’s home country, or to give up custody and place the child with a legally immigrated (or otherwise citizen) relative, or in foster care.
    Yes, I realize that the foster care system is woefully under-funded, over-burdened, and otherwise troubled. But this resolution ends up in an infinite loop: at what point is a descendant a citizen? Or should I be expected to be deported too since my great-grandmother came here to have a baby?

    • Orlandovjc says:

      I’ll venture that you seem to have conveniently  forgotten one thing. Your Great- grandmother probably came LEGALLY through Ellis Island.
      This is what I hate about the ignorance of this debate. Everyone on the Left is complaining about the fairness to immigrants and NO ONE on the right is disagreeing with them. What we disagree with is the ILLEGAL immigrants who ignore our laws and come here without going through the proper channels.

  9. Ed Weirdness says:

    In the wake of the seeming imumerable Obama administration oppressions, I would note that, our Founding Fathers, acknowledging the greed and petty self interests of men, in their infinite wisdom, provided us with our most vital of constitution protections, the 2nd. Amendment.
    Thus, our Founders provided against such time as the government and the courts no longer felt compelled to accept the will of the people as their guidance in our governance.  With the overwhelming majority of America’s citizens strictly opposed to amnesty and, by virtually similar numbers, supportive of ending birthright immigration, it would serve those in Washington to recognize that the very times that our Founders made provision for in our 2nd. Amendment may be upon us.

    • reasonable says:

      You’re the reason I don’t think ANYONE should have a right to a gun.  you’re one of those people that I imagine is stock piling weapons for the inevitable showdown with big brother.  Dude: if you act like a petulant child who isn’t getting his way, you’re treated like one.  And most of you 50 somethings who are white and scared are make the 20 somethings who are white and embarrassed even more glad that you’ve only got another 20-30 years left on the earth.  Good riddance to the ‘Boomers: you’ve been F-ups your whole miserable lives.
      Please try not to totally destroy our country before you die.  Thanks.

      • USA says:

        No, my friend you are the problem . Arrogant, self absorbed and spineless.  Most of us have the wisdom and  the backbone to  resist/filter,  the  hypocrisy  from  so the  called  progressive ideals of your generation. I personally am glad  I  have common  sense… know the difference between right and wrong,  can think  for myself,  and am content not to spew rhetoric like a mindless sheep.

  10. Chicago Ray says:

    Regardless of news reports we’re behind these proposals your brave governor and other lawmakers are considering, at least  here in my part of town in the Chicago suburban area.
    Where the illegals that do squeeze through down there come to King Daley’s sanctuary waiting like a nice little prize for their ‘trip’..
    We’re behind y0u, stay strong! At least as long as Obama doesn’t try to send the guard down there to PROTECT the illegals,  since he loves to go against the majority of citizens so much, real ones born and bred here.

  11. Orlandovjc says:

    So I wanted to get a drivers license, but I didn’t feel like going through all those BS lines. So I snuck in and grabbed the license, then I wrote around the DMV telling everyone what I did.

    Can you believe this? They arrested me. They asked for proof of valid drivers license. And when they found out I had done it all illegally they didn’t give me a valid driver’s license! AND they put me in jail.

    You laugh at the stupid of this example, but how is it different from ILLEGAL entry into the country?

    The channels to get LEGAL citizenship are available. And someone not willing to go through these channels is no more deserving of them than the idiot in the driver’s license example.

    As far as the “kid” issue, well we know that BS. The Libs aren’t getting there way (look at the 75% that said no to this poll), so their pulling out the “kid” card. How is it that the liberal will complain about the treatment of a child, but have no qualms whatsoever about abortion?

    As usual the libs what it both ways and we’re supposed to ignore their hypocrisy.

  12. axon says:

    the very times that our Founders made provision for in our 2nd. Amendment may be upon us” <rant> Really? Really? I’m sorry, that’s a ridiculous statement.  Quite apart from the alternate reality part, that things are really that bad, I get tired of people hinting that there’s going to an armed uprising of Joe Average gun owners to “take back” the country. Please. Joe Average couldn’t pry himself away from the TV long enough to rebel against anything. And lest you think I’m some flaming liberal in Birkenstocks and cargo pants, I spent 12 years in the military and am a disabled vet. And I also kind of agree with this law. So please stop the chicken hawkery. It’s not believable. Or possible. </rant>

  13. David says:

    Sneaking in to the US to have a baby and gain citizenship is fraud.  The women who do this are intentionally trying to circumvent the immigration process.  Because the law was broken by the mother coming here, no special treatment should be given to criminals in the commission of a crime.

  14. Alexandria says:

    First of all, the first clause of the 14th amendment is known as the incorporation clause, which takes existing clauses in the Constitution and reinforces them as well as making them applicable to the states. The 13th, 14th and 15th amendments were not just written for slaves or African people.  They were written for a war torn South as well; ensuring that no states could deprive any previous Confederate soldiers, generals, etc.  of life, liberty or property without due process of law. Keep in mind there were several groups of poor whites at the time who were denied the same rights that slaves were denied.
    All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.
    What vexes me about Arizona is the blatant defiance of the Constitution of the United States of America. SB1070 states that (Article 8 Subsection E, Lines 37-39), “A law enforcement officer, without a warrant may arrest a person, if the officer has probable cause to believe that the person has committed any public offense that makes the person removable from the United States.” In complete circumvention of the 4th amendment:
    “The right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures, shall not be violated, and no Warrants shall issue, but upon probable cause, supported by Oath or affirmation, and particularly describing the place to be searched, and the persons or things to be seized.” (US Const. Amendment 4)

    If Arizona does pass this proposal then it should be warned that it would be directly violating the Constitution of the United States of America.  As a Republican, I am mortified by this outward disregard for the Supreme Document.
    US Const. Article 5 Clauses 2 and 3:
    This Constitution, and the Laws of the United States which shall be made in Pursuance thereof; and all Treaties made, or which shall be made, under the Authority of the United States, shall be the supreme Law of the Land; and the Judges in every State shall be bound thereby, any Thing in the Constitution or Laws of any State to the Contrary notwithstanding.
    The Senators and Representatives before mentioned, and the Members of the several State Legislatures, and all executive and judicial Officers, both of the United States and of the several States, shall be bound by Oath or Affirmation, to support this Constitution; but no religious Test shall ever be required as a Qualification to any Office or public Trust under the United States.

  15. PP patriot says:

    Which language do you speak English or anti-American?

  16. Wes says:

    Immigration is only a side note to this,  when states start having the ability to change or ignore the constitution, then I shudder for the future of our country.  If Arizona is allowed to ignore the wording of the U.S. Constitution, then Texas should be allowed to secede.  The US supreme court overturned a law that was voted into existence by the people of the District of Columbia banning handguns.  Just because the people in that area were for the law, in no way made it legal.  This kindergarten politics makes me ashamed to be an American.  Republican’s booing our president.  If we can’t respect the President of the United States, then what have we become.  Every vote either entirely democrat or entirely republican.  What happened to voting what is best for the country, instead of what is best for the party.  9/11 changed this country, we are so defensive that we’ve begun to turn on each other.

  17. PP patriot says:

    Stop using the incorrect term illegal immigrants and start using the correct term illegal invaders and the entire context of the discussion changes to accurately reflect the reality of the situation. Immigrants enter the country legally.

  18. sdgman says:

    Too many pregnant illegal aliens come here to have their “anchor” baby on U.S. soil. 

    This is one part of the constitution that should be ammended. 

  19. Wes says:

    Rightful liberty is unobstructed action according to our will within limits drawn around us by the equal rights of others. I do not add ‘within the limits of the law’ because law is often but the tyrant’s will, and always so when it violates the rights of the individual.
    Thomas Jefferson

  20. leftfield says:

    It’s not surprising that Mr. Pearce is behind this.  Below is a list of his positions.  Note that these are all coded phrases for the reactionary agenda.
    smaller and more efficient government
    eliminating abuse of eminent domain
    supporter of the Second Amendment in the context of the US gun rights debate
    asserting the notion of the US as God’s republic (in contrast to the US as a secular democracy)
    supporting private property rights
    improving education and restoring discipline
    supporting the Boy Scouts of America in their moral leadership goals
    supporting traditional family values
    promoting pro-life views
    supporting the Taxpayer Bill of Rights
    against judicial activism
    improving transportation, including freeways

    I do like the idea of improving transportation, but I have to wonder if it isn’t just right wing code speak for something like “bring back the work houses for the poor”.

  21. Wes says:

    “Keep, ancient lands, your storied pomp!” cries she
    With silent lips. “Give me your tired, your poor,
    Your huddled masses yearning to breathe free,
    The wretched refuse of your teeming shore.
    Send these, the homeless, tempest-tossed to me,
    I lift my lamp beside the golden door!”
    Engraved on the Statue of Liberty

  22. PP patriot says:

    United we stand divided we fall. One nation under God indivisible……
    Which language do you speak English or anti- American?

  23. PP patriot says:

    I lift my lamp beside the golden door- – of Ellis island, where everyone was checked for disease and legally processed into the United States.

  24. leftfield says:

    Russell Pearce lives in Mesa, Arizona with his wife, LuAnne. In 1980, LuAnne filed a petition for dissolution of marriage alleging that he: “is possessed of a violent temper, and has from time to time hit and shoved the wife, when he grabbed the wife by the throat and threw her down.”

  25. PP patriot says:

    Lacking the mental capacity to address the message the weak minded attack the messenger.

  26. leftfield says:

    Jim Kelley talks about “the courage of Russell Pearce”.  Is beating and choking his wife an act of “courage”?

    Sadly, these are the sort of people you have chosen to admire.  Bullies like Arpaio and abusers like Pearce; haters all.

    • Bill Hilser says:

      Hey Lefty: I’m both shocked and saddened to see that you call that noble defender of human rights, Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County a bullie and abuser.
      Sheriff Joe isn’t a young man anymore, yet he and his valiant men, mounted on their proud steeds, patrol the hot, searing desert, risking life and limb, trying to reunite the hundreds of lost souls, wandering aimlessly in the barren wasteland with their waiting, grieving families back in Mexico and points South.
      So instead of heaping undeserved scorn upon these brave men, you should be first in line to shake their hands and say “Thank you, Joe, for saving so many of our beautiful brown-skinned neighbors  from almost certain death. 
      Kudos to Joe and his Mounted Posse!  —  Yer pal, Ferrari Bubba

  27. human says:

    I love the United States and this is exactly why I love it. Everyone can say whatever they want. Since I was a young boy my father taught me  people should not be judged by their appearence, but by who they are. Unless I would know every single illegal individual I will not categorize them as anything specific, because their are good and bad ones. People do need to appreciate life though. Appreciate what you have and not what you don’t. When people do that they realize that blaming other people for their failures is just keeping them in that sorry sad life. I feel really lucky to have been born to my parents. I feel that just the simple fact that I was born to honest hard working people it gave me a  chance to accomplish whatever I wanted. I am lucky to have not been born to drug addicts, criminals, etc, because children do not know better and just go where their parents go. So who knows how my life would have been. I just want people to be honest and speak what is really in their hearth. I want safety! I want tougher regulations on who get’s what benefits. I want tougher bankruptcy policies for companies and civilians! Pay your bills even if it takes you having to move to an apartment and buy a pinto. Everyone needs to be responsible and held accountable for their actions. Most importantly get rid of all criminals no matter the race. And one last need, we need a representative that thinks with his brain and not with his hearth.

  28. tim says:

    Are we stupid or what? The Facts are right in Front of us!  BUT, no one wants to listen or read!A Real Eye Opener  
    WHY is the USA   BANKRUPT?      
    You think the war in  Iraq  is costing us too much?   Read this: 

    Boy, was I confused.  I have been hammered with the propaganda that it is the  Iraq war and the war on terror that is bankrupting us. 

    I now find that to be RIDICULOUS.   
    I hope the following 14 reasons are forwarded over and over again until they are read so many times that the reader gets sick of reading them.  I also have included the URL’s for verification of all the following facts… 

    1. $11 Billion to $22 billion is spent on welfare to illegal aliens each year by state governments.      
     Verify at:    
     2.  $2.2 Billion dollars a year is spent on food assistance programs such as food stamps, WIC, and free school lunches for illegal aliens.      
    Verify at:   
     3. $2.5 Billion dollars a year is spent on Medicaid for illegal aliens. 
    Verify at:    
    4. $12 Billion dollars a year is spent  on primary and secondary school education for children hereillegally and they cannot speak a word of English!    
    Verify at:    
      5. $17 Billion dollars a year is spent for education for the American-born children of illegal aliens, known as anchor babies.     
    Verify at    

    6. $3 Million Dollars a DAY is spent to incarcerate illegal aliens.    
    Verify at:     
    7.  30% percent of all Federal Prison inmates are illegal aliens.     

    Verify at:      
    8.  $90 Billion Dollars a year is spent on illegal aliens for Welfare & social services by the American taxpayers. 
    Verify at:    
    9.  $200 Billion dollars a year in suppressed American wages are caused by the illegal aliens. 
    Verify at:    
     10.  The illegal aliens in the  United States   have a crime rate that’s two and a half times that of white non-illegal aliens.   In particular, their children, are going to make a huge additional crime problem in the US .     
     Verify at:  http://transcripts.cnn./.com/TRANscriptS/0606/12/ldt..01.HTML%C2%A0    
    13.  In 2006 illegal aliens sent home $45 BILLION in remittances to their countries of origin. 
    Verify at:  http://www/     
    14..  ‘The Dark Side of Illegal Immigration: Nearly One million sex crimes Committed by Illegal Immigrants In The United States  .’    
    Verify at:   http: //     
    Are we THAT stupid? YES, FOR LETTING THOSE IN THE U.S.CONGRESS GET AWAY WITH LETTING THIS HAPPEN YEAR AFTER YEAR!!!!!  If this doesn’t bother you then just delete the message.  If, on the other hand, it does raise the hair on the back of your neck, I hope you forward it to every legal resident in the United States 

    • leftfield says:

      “…formerly Germany, without blinking an eyelid, for whole decades admitted these Jews by the hundred thousand. But now… when the nation is no longer willing to be sucked dry by these parasites, on every side one hears nothing but laments”.

      Adolf Hitler

      • PP patriot says:

        Nice try lefty, except unlike the Mexican invaders, the Jews were not fleeing an established homeland and breaking into Germany under cover of darkness, using forged documents. Unlike the Jews, now that you have tipped them off that (at least in your mind) the US is no different than the Nazis, they are free to leave. But I get your point about historical compassion, therefore unlike the Nazis we should run our boxcars to the border and allow the invaders to “shower” in the Rio Grande before  returning to the culture they obviously love and take great pride in, but mysteriously, fled to the evil northern reich.

  29. ado1 says:

    The federal government has always had the option of revoking  the U.S. citizenship of certain individuals.  There should be no reason the Feds cannot make it law that at least one parent must be a citizen in order for their children to be citizens.

  30. Brittanicus says:


    Yesterday, several Senators led by Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) learned of a possible plan by the White House to provide an Amnesty to the nation’s estimated 11-18 million illegal aliens through an executive order. The move would take immigration enforcement out of the hands of Congress and place it in the hands of the Executive your Members of Congress at (202) 224-3121 to express your outrage at Pres. Obama’s plan to provide Amnesty through Executive Order. Learn more at NumberUSA.

    When is the corrupt members of  the US government, Mexican administration, stop interfering with “THE PEOPLE’S RULE OF LAW of this nation? How can OUR government get involved in the state of Arizona’s laws and Nebraska. One thing for sure Obama and his Liberal-Communist Czars are heading towards an all out war, on American soil. taxpayers have been supporting foreign nationals and “Anchor Babies” for years. Hundreds of billions of dollars from the federal and state treasuries is underwriting people who have–NO RIGHT–to be here. Enough is Enough! Learn more at NumbersUSA. WE ARE GOING TO LOSE OUR COUNTRY IF WE DON’T THROW OUT ALL PRO-AMNESTY INCUMBENTS, STARTING WITH SEN. HARRY REID (D-NV) IN NOVEMBER?

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