Skip to comments.Louisiana petitions to leave illegal immigrants out of 2010 census
Posted on 11/24/2011 7:47:18 AM PST by SMGFan
shington, DC, United States (AHN) The state of Louisiana petitioned the Supreme Court this week for a ruling that would halt the U.S. Census Bureau from counting illegal immigrants as residents of the United States. Louisiana is trying to regain the congressional seat it lost after the 2010 census showed a population shift toward states with the largest numbers of illegal immigrants, such as California and Texas. States are assigned seats in the U.S. House of Representatives based on their populations. The Louisiana lawsuit appears to demonstrate the extent that illegal immigration is distorting U.S. population figures to the point it affects political districting. The lawsuit also represents the first time a state has petitioned the Supreme Court directly to ask that illegal immigrants be left out of the census count. About 11 million illegal immigrants live in the United States, according to the Census Bureau. A new census is not required, merely a recalculation of 2010 population figures after discounting illegal immigrants, according to the Supreme Court petition filed by Louisiana Attorney General Buddy Caldwell.
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Illegals grow government and drive politics by their mere presence.
First of all, how do they know they’re illegal??
Leave them out of federal aid for schools as well. That would get the attention of local politicians.
yes...this is exactly what Brimelow called the loss of the “political nation”.Not many folks stop and think about the longterm implications of this.
The best suggestion I have heard is that people can register for resident status and then their manes can be put on a NO VOTE data base so they cannot become instant members of the democrat party and vote themselves gubmint handouts.
Folks need to do some frightening math.
If there are 30 million illegals in America and it takes a bit more than 660,000 people to make a congressional district, that translates into a lot of illegitimate congressional districts.
Border War with a twist ping.
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Now in California I am sure that illegals are counted per the communists Democratic Party requirement to influence the districts in their favor. Democrats bought the illegals in this State and they probably even vote.
People need to realize that their own votes are disenfranchised by counting illegals.
I have an idea - lets compromise and just count each illegal as 3/5 of a person.
Hmmm - didn’t we try that once?
I know Texans don’t like to hear it but they will be a democrat state in the future if things continue as they are now. Just look at the voting trends of counties along the border.
I’ve been saying for a long time, give them a green card, NOT a path to citizenship. I like your idea of resident status AND a no vote list. This could be as easy as the statement on the front of a green card “not to become a citizen” or a different color card. After all, on state photos IDs, there is a statement which says “this is not a driver’s license.”
Eleven million was about 20 years ago.
Illegals should not have been counted in the census. A lot has happened in Arizona since the census was taken and many of the illegals have left the state. However, because of their presence during the Census, the redistricting fiasco is a flippin’ mess. They weren’t Americans and they weren’t Arizonans. They should not have been counted. Arizona is a conservative state. The presence of all of those illegal aliens in 2010 made it appear otherwise.
Just use similar statistical techniques the Dims were proposing for estimating the supposed uncounted illegals, and then eliminate the total estimated illegals from each state’s population figures.
The constitution says ‘enumerate’, not ‘estimate’...
Once that happens you can forget ever seeing a GOP president again. Starting an election conceding the electoral votes of NY, California AND Texas. Foggetabout it! So what's the alternative? Promaise legalization? Texas will go Democratic any way.
Thanks for that graphic. Isn’t it strange how they illegals don’t choose to live in liberal states? That graphic is a real eye opener. I really don’t consider California as a state. It’s a country of its own.
The census is done in accordance with the laws passed by Congress and not overturned by the courts, and the administration in power when the census is actually taken has a fair amount of power to make decisions as long as they aren't challenged and disallowed by the courts.
No. The idea of recognizing a statute of limitations on the most recent illegal entry into the country makes sense.
If they can keep their noses clean for seven years, then they can get a NON-VOTING resident status card, as you posted.
They can NEVER get full citizenship. They can travel freely into and out of the US on their country of origin passport.
They are not counted as citizens for the purposes of the census.
They are not able to convey Natural Born Citizenship to any children born in the US.
Are you going to accept the existing political reality as-is or do you want something better?
What are you even referring to? Spit it out and say whatever it is you're trying to say as it might related to my post #17 which you chose to respond to.
We’ve got a lot of shenanigans going on here in Arizona. The commie ‘RATS who have moved in are trying to turn this state into a mini California wannabe.
Ive been saying for a long time, give them a green card, NOT a path to citizenship.
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I agree but would like to add, that ALL should be given a short period of amnesty - long enough to voluntarily fill out forms that could be mass distributed in obvious places that people visit etc.
After the short period (say 1 month) go back to the way we have been etc with the provision that if you are questioned etc and have NOT submitted your form the process to remove you will begin - with a possibility of being allowed to fill out the form providing some more stringent conditions are met.
Of course, the borders would need ‘beefing up’ and once that happens and the right track is in place, ‘we’ can start weeding out who gets ‘accepted’ for temp status and after a probationary period, be allowed to apply through normal channels.
Anyone in the ‘protected status’ would be immediately ejected upon conviction of a felony with no ‘second chance’ allowed.
This BS of not deporting someone because we ‘can’t break up the family’ is bogus, we break up families everyday - check the prisons, there are plenty of fathers and mothers incarcerated.
As to prisoners, wouldn’t we be better served just kicking them out rather than providing shelter, meals, medical etc for a long period of time?
Of course we have been ‘arguing’ this problem for the last ???? years and all we keep hearing is “it would take to long”, well if we would have started way back when, it would have pretty much solved itself by now - with the proper enforcement of laws on the books and procedures.
That's right. Citizenship allows voting.
Do you accept this reality?
Or would you advocate challenging it and having the courts rule in favor of the Constitution?
To spit (*spit*) it out, are you happy with illegal aliens being counted and used to define congressional representation? If so, why? How do you justify it in your own mind? How would you explain yourself to all of FReeperdom?
I've heard this number thrown around for the last 20 years. If true, it means the illegal's are policing themselves at the border better than our own government.
Sorry amigo, you can't come over. There's already 11 million and one of us over here. lol
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You misinterpret posts and then respond. If that’s what you’ve gotten from it then think whatever you will.
I couldn’t find illegals at factfinder2.census.gov - they said total noncitizens was 22 million - I tried to figure out how many active immigrant visas there were - I came up with a whole lot less than 11 million LEGAL aliens but I might be adding up apples and oranges, or overlooking cherries altogether.
I’ve lived in California and Texas for years. . . I don’t need a government bean counter to tell me crap . . We’re being invaded right in front of our own eyes and nobody of authority seems to give a $hit! Phuck them all!