Discussion in 'Immigration/Illegal Immigration' started by chanel, Nov 19, 2010.
9 and 10 really bother me. What say you?
I have a horrible gut feeling that the Dream Act just may pass. There are enough republicans that will go along and not knowing the effect it will have on blind amnesty for the parents,etc. Putting the children on a path to citizenship will make it harder to enforce our immigraiton laws and deportation of the parent. Almost impossible. Making Comprehensive Immigraiton Reform a moot issue.
The whole thing bothers REAL Americans. Anytime an American finds a invader, it is his duty to report them. It is the duty of the American government to protect US citizens and patriots from these evil ones. If not, then we Americans are obligated to rebel and remove those who conspire against the American people.
Its a foregone conclusion it is going to be passed in the house. The Senate is another story and the Dems say they have 53 votes right now, need 60. Here is a list of Sen. that are on the fence, some of the Dems may aleady be in the 53 but they need 7 Repubs.
Max Baucus (Montana), Kay Hagan (North Carolina), Mary Landrieu (Louisiana), Joe Manchin (West Virginia), Claire McCaskill (Missouri), Ben Nelson (Nebraska), Mark Pryor (Arkansas), Jon Tester (Montana)
Bob Bennett (Utah), Scott Brown (Massachusetts), Sam Brownback (Kansas), Susan Collins (Maine), Lindsey Graham (South Carolina), Judd Gregg (New Hampshire), Orrin Hatch (Utah), George LeMieux (Florida), Richard Lugar (Indiana), John McCain (Arizona), Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Olympia Snowe (Maine), George Voinovich (Ohio)
The whole thing bothers REAL Americans. Anytime an American finds a invader, it is his duty to report them. It is the duty of the American government to protect US citizens and patriots from these evil ones. If not, then we Americans are obligated to rebel and remove those who conspire against the American people.[/QUOTE]
Real Americans? unless you are a native american, you are a real american. To all the people who is out there fighting or arguing not to pass this, I ask you are you an Native American? Because if you are not then some part of your past family was once illegal in here. I believe they struggled just as other people are stugguling now. Why deny this if this was once your ancestor's drem. Why deny this if we are all supposed to be equal. Put yourself in someone else's shoes and you will see that the statue of liberty says that th United States of America is an open door. If it was open for you why close it now?
The term "American" signifies a citizen of the US! Do we call Brazilian's Americans? Technically they are since the live in South America but the word has a duality meaning and the context of the sentence or paragraph defines the meaning.
Trying to equate today's illegal immigration to the settlement of America is an exercise in futility. Back then the area was unsettled and wild, today the area is settle and organized and has laws. It is these laws which we, as a country, are struggling to design and enforce.
The door to imigration is not close but regulated. Unregulated imigration would lead to overcrowding, labor issues, and other problems. Problems already arising in places like Cali and zona and Texas. Schools would be unable to seat or provide for everyone, medical facilites would overwhelmed. That is why there is regulation and why it needs to be enforced.
Since when have the Latin American invaders actually improved anything in the United States like the Europeans that were settlers and those true immigrants that followed them.
The United States, like the rest of the world, belongs to God and He chooses who should be here. 500 years of whitemen should give you a clue. Those who were here first were a backward race who ignored God. The Latin Americans who are invading now are evil ones who also ignore God. Let see who wins.
Until you can find people who will improve civilization by immigrating here the door should be closed.
I swear there will be an uprising in this country if they pass this crap!
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