The percentage of people who believe that the children of illegal immigrants should not automatically become citizens is similar to the percentage of people who voted for Obama.
But yea, those people are all just "very far out there." It's not just another attempt to marginalize those that you disagree with by pretending that they're outside the mainstream.
How hard is this to understand: The fact that Harry Reid actually proposed this legislation (and now says he regrets it) is relevant in that it puts the lie to his (and your) faux outrage over the fact that some on the right dared to consider the idea.Those arguing against birthright citizenship haven't offered anything but something Harry Reid did in 1993 and regretted almost immediately afterward. Even his first generation immigrant wife told him what a fool he had been. “[T]hat is a low point of my legislative career, the low point of my governmental career.” Pretty thin endorsement there.
lolI've offered considered opinions as to the worthiness of this cause and you've offered bupkis. I'm with the Constitution and over a hundred of years of Supreme Court precedent and you're … where exactly?
Take a second and think about why the current text of the Constitution and SC precedent interpreting that text doesn't do much when the discussion is about changing the underlying text.