Should we go back to the early 19th century immigration policy?

Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by pinqy, Dec 24, 2018.

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Should we go back to the pre 14th amendment immigration policy?

Poll closed Dec 31, 2018.
  1. Yes, it would eliminate illegal immigration

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  2. Yes, original intent of the constitution

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  3. No, that policy doesn’t address current isues

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  4. No, it would be racist

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  5. Other (please explain)

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    50.0%
  1. danielpalos
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    we don't have an immigration clause we have a naturalization clause. we should have no "illegal" problem.
     
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    What I find interesting is that those who argue that Congress is strictly limited to the enumerated powers ignore that with the exception of importing slaves, the constitution does not give Congress the power to regulate immigration.
     
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    why should we take right wing demonstrations regarding illegality seriously.
     

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