Petitioners claim momentum on in-state tuition for illegal aliens repeal

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    One of the many reasons why I’m thankful this is a Constitutional Republic and not a democracy; we are ruled by laws, not men, and men are incapable of ruling justly. This petition is evidence of that.

    Sounds perfectly reasonable, the last thing we want is some uneducated sub-class. And these children were brought to the US illegally through no fault of their own – the American judicial tradition does not allow children to be punished for the bad acts of their parents.

    And there will be a lawsuit the supporters of the petition will lose. This is pointless and unnecessary.
     
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    No, it's not reasonable to give preferential treatment to illegal aliens over citizens.

    "the American judicial tradition does not allow children to be punished for the bad acts of their parents."

    Say what? The children are the parents responsibilty not anybody elses.
     

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