Great: Lawmakers Prepare To Strip Birth Citizenship of Children of Illegal Immigrants

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  1. USArmyRetired

    USArmyRetired BANNED

    May 29, 2010
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    I agree with this proposal and this should have been done many years ago so our system didn't get taken advantage of by illegal immigrants. This should a damper on illegal immigration. This will save taxpayers across the USA money. The 14th amendment was never intended to allow this kind of political gerrymandering. It was simply meant as a remedy to restore the children of former slaves to full citizenship. That was all. It was never intended to allow illegals to come here and squeeze out a anchor baby and win the federal government lottery of free housing, food, cell phones, and free college. Not to mention that the child now has preferential treatment in employment and college education through affirmitive action over highly qualified Americans. Germany's Chancellor this week said that multiculturalism has failed because the immigrants and muslims don't want to assimilate to the German culture. The Germans are fed up and resentment towards Jews are on the rise again over there. The illegals from Mexico are doing the same thing. It's time to take action.

    The Associated Press: State lawmakers preparing citizenship legislation

    Next on Arizona’s List? Revoke Birthright Citizenship - COLORLINES

    PHOENIX (AP) — Lawmakers in at least 14 states are collaborating on proposed legislation to deny U.S. citizenship to children of illegal immigrants, according to lawmakers, including the sponsor of Arizona's 2010 law targeting illegal immigration.
  2. rightwinger

    rightwinger Award Winning USMB Paid Messageboard Poster Gold Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    First of all you would have to amend the Constitution....ain't going to happen

    Secondly, you can't strip their citizenship. It would have to apply to new births

    Other than that, you don't have a clue to what you are talking about

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