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This is the only other alternative aside from annexing Mexico and making it a part of the U.S.,
Originally posted by caf1550
reply to post by lonewolf19792000
i can honestly say that i don't agree with this statement at all. why should america be volunteering to help fight MEXICO's drug war, why should america volunteer for more of my brothers in arms to die for Mexico's war on drugs, havent enough of my brothers died in the last 10 years
Sorry, the Warren BuUffets of the world are the ones saying to raise taxes on the wealthy and he knows he can hide his wealth and it's the middle class who pays. It's too bad you believed all that class warfare bull.
Originally posted by apollo7keep
I agree with your points about how bad a situation it is for these people, and how they are coming to this country out of desperation. However, my question to you is why is it right for them to dump their problems onto U.S. citizens? If they were in such a destitute situation, I would think the only logical thing, if they cared about their family so much, would be to not have children in the first place! What right do they have to come to a foreign country, have a child, and then demand that every citizen of said foreign country takes care of their children? I hope other states follow Kansas' lead on this issue.
The middle class is ready to fight for their continued existence, and you can take that to the bank. I'm happy to have a President who acknowledges it.
Originally posted by Night Star
I forgot to mention the anchor baby thing. That law about children was meant for the slaves way back when and has nothing to do with illegals. These children of illegals shoud not be citizens.
It is time to cast aside all remaining doubt. President Obama is not trying to lead America forward to recovery, prosperity and strength. Quite the opposite, in fact.
In September of last year, American Thinker published my article, Barack Obama and the Strategy of Manufactured Crisis. Part of a series, it connected then-presidential candidate Barack Obama to individuals and organizations practicing a malevolent strategy for destroying our economy and our system of government. Since then, the story of that strategy has found its way across the blogosphere, onto the airwaves of radio stations across the country, the Glenn Beck television show, Bill O'Reilly, and now Mark Levin.
The methodology is known as the Cloward-Piven Strategy, and we can all be grateful to David Horowitz and his Discover the Networks for originally exposing and explaining it to us. He describes it as:
The strategy of forcing political change through orchestrated crisis. The "Cloward-Piven Strategy" seeks to hasten the fall of capitalism by overloading the government bureaucracy with a flood of impossible demands, thus pushing society into crisis and economic collapse.
Richard Cloward and Frances Fox Piven were two lifelong members of Democratic Socialists of America who taught sociology at Columbia University (Piven later went on to City University of New York). In a May 1966 Nation magazine article titled "The Weight of the Poor," they outlined their strategy, proposing to use grassroots radical organizations to push ever more strident demands for public services at all levels of government.
The result, they predicted, would be "a profound financial and political crisis" that would unleash "powerful forces ... for major economic reform at the national level
do I have to keep telling you I am anti-Statist?
Statism is effectively the opposite of anarchism.
Originally posted by FEJ1106
We need to change the law that states,
if you were born here and your parents are illegal you are not a citizen.
Parents need to be citizens inorder for the child to be a citizen.