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14 states may target birthright citizenship

January 4th, 2011 . by TexasFred

14 states may target birthright citizenship

Arizona state politicians will introduce model legislation this week to encourage states to prevent children of illegal immigrants from being granted citizenship under the 14th Amendment.

Lawmakers in at least 14 states have said they are committed to passing the legislation targeting birthright citizenship. Arizona’s anti-illegal-immigrant bill, SB-1070, was also based on model legislation that could be easily copied by states, and at least seven states are likely to pass bills similar to the first Arizona immigration overhaul this year, according to one analysis by an immigrants rights group.

Arizona state Senator Russell Pearce will unveil the bill Jan. 5 in Washington, D.C., the Arizona Capital Times reports. The paper says lawmakers in Alabama, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Indiana, Michigan, Mississippi, Montana, Nebraska, New Hampshire, Oklahoma, Pennsylvania, Texas and Utah have said they want to introduce similar legislation this year.

Pearce argues that the “original intent” of the 14th Amendment was to grant citizenship to freed U.S. slaves, and that it was never meant to apply to the children of foreigners. A Phoenix New Times writer, however, argues that lawmakers who originally passed the amendment took into account the cases of children of Chinese immigrants in California as well as children of gypsies when drafting the measure. A 19th-century Supreme Court precedent also backs that interpretation, though no Supreme Court case has yet dealt with the issue of offspring of illegal immigrant parents.

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14 states may target birthright citizenship

The term birthright citizenship sounds so wonderfully politically correct. Lets call it what it really is, and lets call those that are enjoying this birthright citizenship what they really are, anchor babies.

Say it with me, anchor babies. There…now doesn’t that feel all better? :P

Once upon a time there was a great need for the 14th Amendment, and it had NOTHING to do with anchor babies born to ILLEGALS that were in this nation, uh, ILLEGALLY.

The amendment states: “All persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside.”

The 14th Amendment was, in it’s original intent, designed as a tool to guarantee the citizenship of children of former slaves following the Civil War, and was ratified in 1868, long before anyone could have imagined the problems faced by the USA today, and all of the problems brought on by those here ILLEGALLY, and by their spawn.

Ali Noorani of the immigrant-rights group the National Immigration Forum told The Lookout that he believes leaders in more states will try to counter the thrust of the birthright initiative by adopting resolutions that eschew state laws cracking down on illegal immigration.

I can’t begin to tell you how happy I am to see the state of Texas on the list of states looking to crack down on the abuse of our Constitution by those that have NO love of this nation and only seek to ensure themselves a place of security where they can raise their anchor babies to be proud whatever-American they happen to be.

Religious and political leaders in Utah recently signed a compact advocating for a “humane” approach to immigration, which other states could copy.

Not ALL of us are as humble, as loving of our fellow man and as tolerant as are the Mormons, and once Utah is as over-run as is Texas and other border states, after a few Mormon farms are looted and burned to the ground, after a few Mormon girls are raped and killed, after a few ILLEGALS set up drug operations a block from Temple Square, maybe those wonderful Mormons will wake up and smell the coffee.

I have long been called a racist by a few select folks, simply because they don’t like my uber-strict, and deadly idea of what border security should be.

I have stated repeatedly, the border needs to be manned by American troops armed with heavy automatic weapons, with orders to shoot ANYTHING and ANYONE, man, woman or child, that is crossing our border at anything other than a LEGAL crossing.

I don’t have a problem with the people that like to make their unfounded accusations, calling me a racist, mostly because I can’t get so much as one person that calls me a racist to show me where the definition of racism encompasses ILLEGAL as a race. And I have no problem with their accusations mostly because those that do throw the race card at every opportunity have rendered themselves totally silly and irrelevant!

You see, I don’t give a damn what color these ILLEGALS are, be they black, white, brown, yellow or purple with golden polka-dots and hot pink stripes, it makes NO difference to me in any way.

These people are hostile INVADERS, hell bent on taking the United States down as they turn it into a mirror image of whatever dung heap they crawled out of. And once upon a time, a nation met hostile invasion with massive force, and committed itself to repelling those invaders.

No more it seems, but, what can you expect from faux conservatives, apathetic couch potatoes and America hating, bleeding heart libbers?

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5 Responses to “14 states may target birthright citizenship”

  1. comment number 1 by: BobF

    Giving citizenship to the babies of illegals is like my parents robbing a bank, giving me the money, and me being allowed to keep it. I’m rewarded for my parents illegal activities.

    Are they nuts in Utah? They need to separate immigration from what’s coming up over the border illegally.

  2. comment number 2 by: TexasFred


  3. comment number 3 by: mrchuck

    In Mexico, all illegals are arrested and persecuted to the fullest extent.
    That shit-hole country keeps very tight controls on all “extranjeros”, which means foreigners. The Aduana(Mexican customs and foreigner control),, is extremely strict and charges big money for the documents needed to stay in Mexico legally.
    I know this first hand, as I spent a lot of time down there.The ‘gringos”in Mexico are equivalent as any “cash crop”.
    They are farmed!!!!
    We should be doing the same!!!!! Total control of there whereabouts and what they do.
    Do exactly as Mexico does.
    Since I have still have dual citizenship, I know what I am speaking about.
    Mexico currently laughs at us, and calls us “stupid gringos”.
    We need to have a “round-up”, check documents, as almost all Mexicans have false papers.
    Yes, false driver’s licenses, social security numbers, etc.
    This is the first thing an illegal Mexican goes and buys,,,,false documents. Huge industry here!!
    The 2nd thing they do is have an “anchor baby” FREE on our welfare money! Like Parkland Hospital!
    All super markets catering to the Mexican trade here can help you get some.
    All this has to be stopped immediately by our newly elected Republican/Tea party politicians.

  4. comment number 4 by: Steve Dennis

    This is great news! The 14th amendment has been interpretted far beyond its original intent and it is beyond time to do something about this. I am also very happy that my state of New Hampshire is among the 14 states which plan to file legislation against the anchor babies!

  5. comment number 5 by: Bob Mack

    I’ll be happier when 50 states target birthright citizenship.

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