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Deport Children of Illegals

April 29, 2010

I am so beyond pleased with the recent anti-illegal immigration laws that were passed in Arizona. Many other states are already looking at that legislation; and I hope that they follow Arizona’s lead and get these worthless shits out of our country.

Another issue that seems to be controversial is the whole “anchor baby” thing. Illegals enter our country, pop out babies, and because the babies were born in America, they’re considered American citizens – making it easier for them to obtain a legal status – or making it easier for them to remain in our country illegally. Children are not TOOLS. They are NOT to be used for your corruption and criminal lifestyles. I would be a happy American if the children of illegals were NOT considered American citizens. Talk about a gaping loophole.

I’m not the only one that feels this way:

Deport Children of Illegals: Hunter
Article: NBC San Diego

Representative Duncan Hunter wants to deport the U.S.-born children of illegal immigrants but he isn’t the only one who wants to change the U.S. Constitution.

Hunter, who spoke at a tea party gathering in Ramona Saturday, said he does not believe children born to illegal immigrant parents should get automatic U.S. citizenship.

In a video posted Saturday on YouTube, Hunter appears to be taking questions from the crowd when he is asked if he would support the deportation of children born to illegal immigrants.

“I would have to,” he said.

“It’s a complex issue and it’s… you can look and say, ‘You’re a mean guy, that’s a mean thing to do, that’s not a humanitarian thing to do.’ We simply cannot afford what we’re doing right now,” he said. California’s going under.”

“We’re not being mean,” he told the crowd. “We’re just saying it takes more than just walking across the border to become an American citizen.”

Our media partner the North County Times confirmed the statements when a reporter spoke with Hunter Tuesday.

The congressman, whose district includes parts of Poway and Ramona in North County, told the paper that it makes sense that if the parents of illegal immigrant children are deported, that their children go with them. Hunter said he also supports a bill, House Resolution 1868, that would eliminate automatic citizenship for those children.

Currently, the Constitution grants citizenship to anyone born on U.S. soil.

Hunter isn’t the only politician to take the controversial stand on the hot button issue of immigration.

More than 90 congressional representatives — including Darrell Issa and Brian Bilbray, who also represent San Diego County districts — support federal legislation to eliminate automatic citizenship for children born on U-S soil.

Critics, however, say that it’s wrong to change the 14th Amendment and throw out a century of legal precedent.

“It just perpetuates what has always been the law of the land and, specifically, that no one can be denied citizenship,” said political analyst Raoul Lowery. “Because prior to the 14th Amendment, blacks — afro-Americans — were not permitted to become citizens.”

The proposal to change the Constitution would require at least one parent to be a U.S. citizen, a legal permanent resident, or an immigrant serving in the armed forces. It was introduced last year and is stalled in the Congress.

During the clip, Hunter is also heard supporting the controversial new legislation in Arizona calling it “a fantastic starting point.”

This is a National Security issue,” he told the crowd. “It’s not complicated.”

5 Comments leave one →
  1. Sarah Baram permalink
    April 30, 2010 12:52 am

    This is a bit unrelated, but when born in a foreign country… You are given the option to have your child pick up the citizenship of where the baby is born. It’s not JUST the USA that works like that.

    • April 30, 2010 2:39 am

      Just because it happens in other countries doesn’t mean it should be so. Being born to illegal immigrants — FROM any country — IN any country, should not be a “free pass” to citizenship. If the parents are deportable, the child(ren) should be as well. You can’t abandon your children when they kick your illegal ass out; so the only logical thing to do would be to make them take their illegal alien children with them. Birth isn’t amnesty. Not when the parents are illegal aliens.

  2. May 5, 2010 12:25 am


    • May 5, 2010 12:42 am

      What the hell are you kids smoking in Amsterdam? Oh, right.

      😉 You sure spend a lot of time here for someone who thinks my website is “lies”. lol.

  3. May 5, 2010 7:24 pm


    Hear! Hear! IF the parents are here illegally then the children of said relationship should be treated as illegals also. AT least ONE parent should be a citizen for the children to be considered a citizen. Stop coddling the illegals and making it protfittable to be here illegally and allowing the children of illegals to be afforded all the privelages of citizenship without their parents even making the effort to become citizens. If one were to be cold hearted and mean, which I could totally be, then remove the citizen children out of the home of the illegals put them up for adoption with AMERICAN CITIZENS and then send the parents back where they came from. And should they return illegally and have more children you do the same thing yet again. As soon as the Mother is determined to be here illegally the child(ern) should be removed from her care and adopted out and the illegal mother should be spade and sent home. How’s that for mean? Or perhaps the father should be neutered and sent home.

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