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May 30, 2006

Twenty Two Problems With The Senate's Illegal Immigration Bill

Topics: Immigration and Border Issues

John Hawkins at Right Wing News has put together an article that covers 22 problems with the Senate's illegal immigration bill including:

  • The Senate Bill Would Make It Impossible To Deport Most Illegal Aliens For Years.
  • Consultations Between United States And Mexican Authorities At The Federal, State, And Local Levels Are Required Before A Fence Can Be Built.
  • Police Can't Arrest Illegals Just For Being Illegals.
  • The Senate Bill Puts Amnesty Ahead Of Security.
  • Why Should Criminals Be Allowed To Become American Citizens?
  • An Enormous Increase In The Number Of Legal Immigrants Coming To The US.
  • Cheaper College For Illegals Than Americans?
  • The Bill Is A Budget Buster.
  • Social Security For Illegals.
  • Why Should Criminals Be Allowed To Become American Citizens?
You can read the entire article here...

It seems to me that one of the best ways to shut down the flood of illegal immigrants across our southern border, besides building a fence, quadrupling the number of border patrol agents, arresting employers that hire them, and arrest/deport every one that is caught - is to revoke the constitutional provision granting automatic citizenship to the U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants.

Posted by Richard at May 30, 2006 6:13 AM

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