Thursday, April 29, 2010

DEPORT THE CHILDREN OF ILLEGALS, THEY SAY



Deport Children of Illegals: Hunter
By R. STICKNEY and PAUL KRUEGER
Updated 8:41 AM PDT, Thu, Apr 29, 2010

NBCWashington
Representative Duncan Hunter wants to deport the U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants but he isn't the only one who wants to change the U.S. Constitution.
Hunter, who spoke at a tea party gathering in Ramona Saturday, said he does not believe children born to illegal immigrant parents should get automatic U.S. citizenship.
In a video posted Saturday on YouTube, Hunter appears to be taking questions from the crowd when he is asked if he would support the deportation of children born to illegal immigrants.
“I would have to,” he said.

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“It’s a complex issue and it’s… you can look and say, ‘You’re a mean guy, that’s a mean thing to do, that’s not a humanitarian thing to do.’ We simply cannot afford what we’re doing right now,” he said. "California’s going under.”
“We’re not being mean,” he told the crowd. “We’re just saying it takes more than just walking across the border to become an American citizen.”
Our media partner the North County Times confirmed the statements when a reporter spoke with Hunter Tuesday.
The congressman, whose district includes parts of Poway and Ramona in North County, told the paper that it makes sense that if the parents of illegal immigrant children are deported, that their children go with them. Hunter said he also supports a bill, House Resolution 1868, that would eliminate automatic citizenship for those children.
Currently, the Constitution grants citizenship to anyone born on U.S. soil.
Hunter isn't the only politician to take the controversial stand on the hot button issue of immigration.
More than 90 congressional representatives -- including Darrell Issa and Brian Bilbray, who also represent San Diego County districts -- support federal legislation to eliminate automatic citizenship for children born on U-S soil.
Critics, however, say that it's wrong to change the 14th Amendment and throw out a century of legal precedent.
"It just perpetuates what has always been the law of the land and, specifically, that no one can be denied citizenship," said political analyst Raoul Lowery. "Because prior to the 14th Amendment, blacks -- afro-Americans -- were not permitted to become citizens."
The proposal to change the Constitution would require at least one parent to be a U.S. citizen, a legal permanent resident, or an immigrant serving in the armed forces. It was introduced last year and is stalled in the Congress.

Source: Deport Children of Illegals: Hunter | NBC San Diego

I think this is a sad day for America. Here in New York, thousands of the immigrants are Polish, Russian, Chinese, Italian and so many other European Whites. I don't see anyone giving them a hard time, so I guess it suggests a certain level of racism on the part of certain persons who are carrying this anti-immigrant movement.

16 comments:

  1. This guy is a total nut wacko. There is a guy running in Iowa that wants to microchip illegal aliens same as his dog. This country is beyond belief.

    http://realityzone-realityzone.blogspot.com/2010/04/gop-candidate-wants-to-microchip.html

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  2. RZ, these "Christians" really show their insides on this issue. They want to microchip humans and then they say there is too much Government intervention? They are evil Hypocrites...
    Where is Jesus in this equation?

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  3. OMG: You missed out on this one. Jesus is being arrested and deported.

    BE SURE TO CHECK THE COMMENTS. This is a effen riot. ENJOY.
    Wish you would have been in on this one.

    http://realityzone-realityzone.blogspot.com/2010/04/would-arizona-arrest-jesus-christ.html

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  4. There is a sinister ring to all this, a nation of immigrants singling out immigrants, illegal or not. I will guess right now, most of people the authorities pull over in Arizona, will be Americans citizens, or legal residents. Talk about profiling.

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  5. Holte Ender, God's followers deporting God's followers. I guess it's God's will then.

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  6. It is just another example of.


    The persecuted became the persecutors.

    It happens through out history of the beast in nature.

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  7. Given how the Pat Buchanan types whine about Mexicans waving the Mexican flag at demonstrations or celebrations here in the US I wonder when anyone is going to ask the guy about the Irish, Polish, and other flags being waved at such occasions?

    Me thinks at times that if the Mexicans were of a paler skin color Pat and his buddies would be more welcoming and instead of talking trash about deportation speak of the great American melting pot.

    Critics, however, say that it's wrong to change the 14th Amendment and throw out a century of legal precedent.

    This is just the White elite freaking over the demographic slide and trying to protect their positions of power.

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  8. I think R-Zone has something...

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  9. For the GOP, voting while anything other than white is a crime.

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  10. We can clarify and reform our immigration policies and practices without changing an historic amendment. There is such provocative overreaction from some of our politicians (I count McCain in that lot) as they preen and posture for the camera and the voter. It all breeds and feeds a rising hysteria in our country that we can't afford.

    The problems we've been dealing with in recent months and the problems we have on the table, are too vital for histrionics. We need news and, certainly, we need commentary, but how can we calm ourselves so that whatever reason and wisdom we have left to us can prevail at this critical juncture?

    Decisions about American born children of illegal aliens--that's going to be Solomonic in a few cases and a non-issue in other cases. We've got our work cut out for us. Job One: engage frontal lobes and apply brakes to amygdalas.

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  11. I'm convinced that both parties have their own self-interests front and center here. The Republicans want to keep illegal immigration down because THAT helps them. The Dems want to increase it because THAT helps them. I don't know, maybe I'm a cynic but I don't really see all that much in terms of altruism here.

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  12. It seems that Sheriff Joe Arpio will announce next week, that he will be running for Governator of Az. The SOB is 77 years old.

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  13. RZ, there is definitely a beast of some sort in the picture.

    Beach Bum, You are right there, it is a power play by the Elites.

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  14. Vigilante, I am just waiting for Sister Sarah to jump in...

    TomCat, The GOP Elitists are running scared of non-white's growing numbers.

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  15. Nance, your reasoning is refreshing...now all we have to do is get you into office, lol

    Will, there are so many issues tied into this, that it will be messy either way.

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  16. RZ, that is not surprising, he is afterall a Repuglicker to the bitter end...as his actions thus far has proven.

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