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The suicidal "Path to citizenship"

Discussion in 'U.S. Politics' started by Little-Acorn, May 25, 2010.

  1. Little-Acorn

    Little-Acorn Well-Known Member

    Jan 23, 2009
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    San Diego, CA
    There's still talk about giving the 20 million illegal aliens in this country, a "path to citizenship", a.k.a. Amnesty in one form or another. There's even more talk about "reforming" our immigration laws, as though there were something wrong with the laws we have now.

    The fact is, our laws would work just fine as they are now, if we would only obey and uphold them.

    How well would our present laws against bank robbery work, if we:

    (a) always left the vault door open and mostly unguarded,
    (b) took eyewitness accounts of a fat white guy sticking up the local BofA and then made no attempt to ask any fat white guys carrying BofA moneybags if they robbed the bank, and
    (c) when a robber tripped running out of the bank and fell headfirst into the back seat of a police car, we simply transported him to another state, told him not to do it again, and set him free?

    If that's all we do, then what makes you think that changing the laws perscribing stiff penalties for bank robbery, would make any difference in the crime rate?

    And then, if we started giving MORE money to guys who scared us while robbing banks, while giving nothing to people who obeyed the law and never robbed anything... would this be considered a "reasonable response" to the problem of bank robbery?

    This is exactly how the "Cinco de Mayo" advocates and "Path to citizenship" pushers are responding to the problem of illegal aliens entering the country, some of whom arescaring certain high school principals into telling American citizens not to display American flags in an American school.



    The suicidal 'path to citizenship'

    by Vin Suprynowicz

    I don't know how it facilitates a sober, studious, academic environment to allow kids at Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, Calif., to either wear American flag gear or paint their faces and bodies in red, white and green to celebrate Cinco de Mayo.

    Though perhaps it's my use of adjectives like "studious" and "academic" in connection with a modern, government-run high school that's really absurd.

    At any rate, it surely showed the "Three Stooges" level to which current "multicultural" political correctness has descended when Assistant Principal Miguel Rodriguez, at said youth propaganda camp on May 5, told a group of Anglo kids they had to turn their American-flag T-shirts inside-out or be sent home.

    One of the boys' mothers told NBC Bay Area, "They said we could wear it on any other day, but today is sensitive to Mexican-Americans because it's supposed to be their holiday, so we were not allowed to wear it."

    It's hard to imagine any other nation on Earth whose populace would be so patient, for so long, at such in-your-face outrages to their national pride and sovereignty.

    Not the "Mexican colors" thing. That was fine, like wearing green on St. Patrick's Day. I'm talking about the notion that showing the Stars and Stripes might offend anyone who has chosen to come to America.

    Are there four people in your family? Imagine five "undocumented visitors" breaking down your front door, pitching tents in your living room and then voting on how to divvy up the food in the refrigerator.

    That's illegal immigration "with a path to citizenship," which has flooded the West with hostile and self-righteous aliens, whom even Assistant Principal Rodriguez fears could become violent at the drop of a hat.

    Yes, in a libertarian paradise, there'd be no obligation to pay taxes to fund the schooling and medical care of illegal invaders, and this pragmatic complaint would be largely voided.

    But (a) I don't see the "purging of the Shire" coming to redistributionist Washington City real soon, and (b) doesn't the freedom of association mean I should be able to "vote with my feet," moving to a community where no haters of the free market, no socialist looters would be allowed the franchise, to enlist the armed force of government in their cause of rectifying the "unfairness of the distribution of wealth hereabouts"? What state or county is that?

    Meantime, goad us just a little more, "reconquista" illegals. Come on. Perhaps Assistant Principal Miguel Rodriguez would like to call a news conference, put an American flag on the ground, do a little Mexican hat dance and then piss on it.

    Surely the California teacher union would make sure he got a "step raise" for that.
  2. top gun

    top gun Well-Known Member

    May 15, 2007
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    Ohio, USA
    See former Republican President Ronald Reagan about it... big amnesty guy!:cool:


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