Skip to comments.AP PHOTOS: Naturalization ceremonies around US
Posted on 07/03/2014 11:00:27 PM PDT by Citizen Zed
The U.S. Immigration and Naturalization Service is swearing in over 9,000 new citizens over the Fourth of July holiday week in ceremonies held around the country.
Jensi Francisco, 4, holds an American flag while attending a naturalization ceremony in which his mother, Jennifer Francisco, of the Dominican Republic, became a U.S. citizen at Turner Field, home of the Atlanta Braves baseball team, Wednesday, July 2, 2014, in Atlanta. U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services welcomed 1,094 new citizens from 81 countries as part of their annual Independence Day celebration in Atlanta marking the nations 238th birthday this year.
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I have a query on picture #14, why is there what looks like a splattered piece of fecal matter on the wall to the left of the flag?
Fourth of July swearing-in ceremonies, where Democrats-in-waiting finally get their voting papers.
With all the nonsense going on at the border, I find it insulting in the extreme that my wife is going to have to pay hundreds of dollars (possibly thousands), fill out extensive and truly-byzantine paperwork, and wait an outrageous amount of time to be “allowed” to immigrate the legal way.
Many of them probably figured they did not need to wait. They voted rat as soon as they got here.
She probably isn’t considered an automatic Democrat voter, that’s why.
Because the real power trip for people in FedGov is the power to be arbitrary. Like the Roman emperors, they can do what they want, when they want, to whoever they want. That's power.
“I have a query on picture #14, why is there what looks like a splattered piece of fecal matter on the wall to the left of the flag?”
Indeed it does appear to be excrement, did you by chance get offended by the man in image #10 holding the red foam tomahawk? Was there not some recent uproar about Native American themed sports teams being racist?
Considering the nature of things these days would anybody have been surprised if the Oath of Allegiance cards were printed in Spanish as well as English?
I’m sorry, I meant to say NOT Printed in Spanish as well as English.
Freedom, Liberty, Opportunity...
I can hardly imagine living in crap hole of a country and finally able to became a US citizen, that must be an awesome feeling...
Somehow every picture I scrolled through all I could think of "how many of these people will be picking my pocket sucking at the government teat"
I know it's sad...