Skip to comments.INGRAHAM: TIME FOR MASS DEPORTATIONS 'BY THE THOUSANDS,' END BIRTHRIGHT CITIZENSHIPS
Posted on 07/04/2014 10:20:04 AM PDT by lbryce
On Wednesdays The OReilly Factor, conservative talker Laura Ingraham made a bold call on how to confront problem of immigration in the United States, in particular regarding the flow of illegal aliens through the U.S. southern border.
Ingraham laid out her plan to host Bill OReilly, which included mass deportations, cutting off of foreign aid to offending nations and the end of the anchor baby phenomenon which some say has been caused by birthright citizenship.
Partial transcript as follows
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Why have people lost all sort of political inertia to help stave off disaster? Is it that our government is too powerful to defy? Is it the price of speaking up, acting out too high a price to pay? There is so much at stake here, yet no one is galvanized to do what needs to be done.
Other groups with their own agenda fought tooth and nail to achieve what it is they wanted. Why isn't there a similar grass roots movement that channels the sense of lawlessness, violation against our very sovereign existence the way they have?
It's true. Congress can't even be bothered to lift up a single butt cheek to fight the forces of evil that facilitate the very acts encouraged by the Administration, the sense of which fill people with futility regarding getting control of this situation.
And after all, it is a priority of the left-wing liberal agenda that America is up against. So, in the final analysis, we lose. Again.
"Deport one million of them. Lock up another million of them. The rest will get the hint!"
Do those things and illegal aliens will deport themselves and pay for the trip.
Just deporting them will not do the job. Allowing the local police departments to do immigration checks is another.
The most important thing to do is get rid of ALL benefits and entitlement programs for illegal aliens.
One other idea to implement is to build a border fence just like Israel’s.
“Deport one million of them. Lock up another million of them. The rest will get the hint!”
I’m not really interested in locking them up while we pay $50,000 per illegal per year to keep them confined. It’s cheaper to just send them back.
FEAR is why.
UNHCR calls for end to detention of asylum-seekers and refugees
Press Releases, 3 July 2014The UN refugee agency today issued a new global strategy aimed at helping countries move away from the detention of asylum seekers, refugees and stateless people worldwide.Detention of asylum-seekers and refugees has become routine in a number of countries. It has serious lasting effects on individuals and families. UNHCR is concerned about the growing use of immigration detention, particularly of children.
Laura’s is the first rational solution I’ve heard. And it’s humane. But the amount of cooperation it’ll take, here and abroad, just seems overwhelming.
The phrase in the Fourteenth Amendment ... “and subject to the jurisdiction thereof” ... needs to be clarified. Congress needs to approve and declare the clarification if we are ever to end the anchor baby nightmare.
Illegals are not “subject to the jurisdiction” of the United States or the state they reside in. If they are, then try this little experiment — Order all illegals and other non-citizens to report to the nearest post office no later than tomorrow.
If the French ambassador’s wife gave birth on U.S. soil, nobody anywhere believes the child would become an instant citizen. How does climbing over a fence in the middle of the night change that?
It looks like illegals may have signed up for Obamacare:
Last year, Obama ordered the border patrol not to enforce the law and unilaterally granted amnesty to thousands of illegal aliens who were brought here as children. In response, several hundred thousand new illegal aliens have started flooding across the border with no end in sight.
Cause, meet effect. Obama, meet Captain Obvious.
There is no law that makes illegal aliens “birth right” US citizens. The “right” to birth right citizenship was acquiesced to them over the last 4 plus decades by the people living in DC.
"Dr. John C. Eastman, Dean of Chapman Universitys law school in Orange, California, is among the leading scholars in the nation on constitutional law and has testified before Congress on the issue of birthright citizenship. Eastman states plainly that the framers of the 14th Amendment had no intention of allowing another country to wage demographic warfare against the U.S. and reshaping its culture by means of exploiting birthright citizenship.
We have this common understanding of when you come here to visit, that you are subject to our jurisdiction. You have to obey our traffic laws. If you come here from England, you have to drive on the right side of the road and not on the left side of the road, he said. But the framers of the 14th Amendment had in mind two different notions of subject to the jurisdiction. There was what they called territorial jurisdiction you have to follow the laws in the place where you arebut there was also this more complete, or allegiance-owing jurisdiction that held that you not only have to follow the laws, but that you owe allegiance to the sovereign. And that doesnt come by just visiting here. That comes by taking an oath of support and becoming part of the body politic. And it is that jurisdiction that they are talking about in the 14th Amendment. ..."
And much more at link,
"American Jackpot: The Remaking of America by Birthright Citizenship caps.org
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We can send them back. But lock ‘em up in the meantime because, admittedly, it takes a while to deport two million of them. And they’ll be more afraid of lockup then being sent back. Send them back and they’ll figure that they can sneak in again.
I absolutely agree with you. And, also, we should build a border wall like Israel’s before we send back those illegals in our penal system.
The reason few make and effort is because so MANY want someone else to take care of stuff like this for them.
There wouldn’t be so many illegals if people would do their own dishes, watch their kids, and cut their own lawns.
We wouldn’t be letting illegals in if we didn’t get so snotty about working with our hands in the trades and construction.
My solution would be one that makes the corporations happy, and makes illegally entering the US unpleasant and unprofitable.
Catch illegal aliens, then sell them to slaughter houses and vegetable picking companies, the so called jobs Americans won’t do, for 7 years of hard labor. At the end of 7 years, deport them. Of course most of them will self deport first.
That 1982 Supreme Court ruling is the reason we need Constitutional amendments like the following to try to control illegal immigration:
1. "School attendance: Only citizens, legal residents, those with special student visas can attend elementary, high school, and colleges in the United States."
2. "One parent must be a citizen before a newborn child is given automatic citizenship."
3. Felony: We must finally declare that crossing the border illegally is a felony.
Illegal parents come to the United States for the wonderful benefits that their children can receive, like a quality education and great health care. Can you blame them for making the dangerous, long trip with their young children, or sending their children by themselves with the hope that the United States will automatically let them stay?
I don't understand how a child can illegally cross the southern border one day and automatically be eligible to enroll in public school the next day. That is wrong.