Wednesday, May 16, 2012

Draz (MN-ALEC) Wants to Deport Me ...

Draz (MN-ALEC) Wants to Deport Me  ...   and you  ...   and you  ...   and you  ...   and you  ...   and you  ....

Haven't done a rant in awhile.
This one is a rant.
I don’t know where to even start on this one.
The fact that I read what I did – crap that is so infuriating -I just can't stand it!

Lets start with this first

State Legislators for Legal Immigration (SLLI)
Representative Steve Drazkowski (MN-ALEC)
247 State Office Building
100 Rev Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155

Then from the webpage of State Legislators for Legal Immigration (SLLI) you have these few snips from the Founder – Daryl Metcalfe (PA-ALEC)

Dear Friends:
Each and every self-evident truth contained in the Declaration of Independence was designed to abolish all foreign government power from the borders of the American colonies. 

Similar to the American Revolution, the personal and economic safety of Pennsylvanians and all American citizens depends upon definitive action being taken by our federal, state and local governments to end the ongoing invasion of illegal aliens through our borders. 

State Legislators for Legal Immigration represents a 21st Century Declaration of Independence to protect Pennsylvanians and United States citizens from property theft, drug running, human trafficking, increased violent crime, increased gang activity, terrorism and the many other clear and present dangers directly associated with illegal immigration.

Since Washington DC remains AWOL on fulfilling its Constitutional responsibilities to secure our nation's borders against foreign invaders, it is not only incumbent, but the obligation of state lawmakers in Pennsylvania and across the nation to step up and do the job that our federal government refuses to do. 

So what does this innocuous and seemingly harmless statement suggest.

Ready????  …  The ALEC States of America want power over the 14th Amendment so they can control “illegal” aliens.

The first reporting of this was back in January 2011 – with this press statement from SLLI.

Pennsylvania State Representative and State Legislators for Legal Immigration (SLLI) founder Daryl Metcalfe (R-Butler County), state lawmakers and Constitutional scholars from across the nation convened in Washington D.C. today to unveil historic model legislation to correct the monumental misapplication of the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution. This historic press conference was held on the same day as the swearing-in of the 112th Congress; encouraging that one of the first actions should be to uphold their oath and defend the Constitution to protect the states from the illegal alien invasion. 

“According to the 14th Amendment, the primary requirements for U.S. citizenship are dependent on total allegiance to America, not mere physical geography,” said Metcalfe. “The purpose of this model legislation is to restore the original intent of the 14th Amendment, which is currently being misapplied and is encouraging illegal aliens to cross and cost American taxpayers $113 billion annually, or nearly $1,117 yearly per individual taxpayer.”

Currently, hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens are crossing U.S. borders to give birth and exploit their child as an “anchor baby,” as a means to obtain residency, access taxpayer-funded benefits and steal American jobs for themselves and for their families.

During an 1866 Congressional debate, U.S. Representative John Bingham of Ohio, considered one of the fathers of the 14th Amendment, said “...every human being born within the jurisdiction of the United States of parents not owing allegiance to any foreign sovereignty is, in the language of your Constitution itself, a natural born citizen...”  

“I’ve long considered birthright citizenship to be the holy grail of the illegal immigration debate,” said Oklahoma State Rep. Randy Terrill. “It has created a perverse incentive for foreign nationals to break U.S. law and proven to be a policy disaster for our Republic.”

“Today we are here in Washington D.C. to serve Congress with notice that both the U.S. Constitution and the federal government were created by the states,” said Metcalfe. “Just like any other national policy, America’s immigration laws must protect the lives, liberty and property of American citizens, rather than foreign invaders.”  

Including Pennsylvania, lawmakers from 40 state legislatures, or 80 percent of the nation, have now signed on as members of SLLI.   

Representative Steve Drazkowski (MN-ALEC)
247 State Office Building
100 Rev Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd.
St. Paul, MN 55155

Draz (MN-ALEC) Wants to Deport Me  ...   and you  ...   and you  ...   and you  ...   and you  ...   and you  ....

Then today – you have this from Media Matters

On January 5, 2011, at the National Press Club in Washington, DC, a group called State Legislators for Legal Immigration held a press event announcing their intention to change meaning of the citizenship clause of the 14th Amendment, which has granted citizenship to "all persons born or naturalized in the United States, and subject to the jurisdiction thereof" ever since it was ratified in 1868. The group wants to force a reinterpretation of the amendment to prevent children of undocumented immigrants from obtaining citizenship, thus removing (in SLLI's view) an incentive for people to cross the border illegally.

Their primary weapon in this crusade is a model bill that says children must have at least one parent who is a U.S. citizen (or resident alien) in order to be eligible for state citizenship. The bill, which runs contrary to over 100 years of legal precedent, was designed so that legislators could take it back to their states, work to get it passed, and then get sued with the hope that the case makes it all the way to a Supreme Court which would then overturn that precedent.

Read the whole thing  >>>>HERE<<<

Here’s the point folks
It doesn't matter where you were born  in the US
It doesn't matter how long your parents have lived in the US
It doesn't matter if you're parents were born in the US
It doesn't matter what color your skin is - or what color your eyes are
 - it does not matter!
YOU have to prove your parents were legal US citizens
- if you can not prove your parents are legal citizens
- YOU are an illegal immigrant.
Could you prove your parents are legal citizens?
Can you prove your grandparents were legal citizens?
Can you prove your great grandparents wer in the US legally.
  If you cannot prove it - your entire family is illegal immigrants.

Here’s the point folks
This isn't just about Republican "tin foil hat" hysteria about Mexicans who cross the border in the dark of night supposedly with the sole purpose to expel fetuses from their womb on US soil.

If it was - that is what they would be outlawing and only that!
This is intentional - the wording is intentional - ALEC doesn't make a mistake when it comes to writing ALEC "model legislation" - they say what they mean and they mean what they say.
This type of change would be unprecedented and UNCONTROLLABLE at the state level.

Draz (MN-ALEC) Wants to Deport Me  ...   and you  ...   and you  ...   and you  ...   and you  ...   and you  ....

Me and probably a couple hundred thousand like me, who are children of immigrants.
Can I prove my parents were “documented”
Hell No
Can I prove that my parents were in the US legally – hell no.
Do I know they came over on a boat from Europe and went through Ellis Island – yes.
Can I prove it?  NO

Yeh, I’m an old fart
Yeh – I am old fart without verifiable documentation proving my parents were “legal” immigrants.
Yeh – I’m an old fart that the Republicans want to put on a boat and send me off into the horizon – never to be seen again –probably because they want to steal my social security and don’t want me to draw Medicare.

Republicans – members of the SS-LLI
why in the hell don’t you just take everyone you don't like 
    and line us up, in front of ditches we dug, and shoot us?

Come on over to my house you a$$holes and lets put the MN  ALEC castle doctrine to a test.
Save yourself the effort of doing this horseshit crap – you call ALEC resolutions and legislation.

I hate you ALEC f#ckers – all of you
And that’s my 2 cents for now.

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