Yes, I made an assumption that many that argue immigration care about the rule of law. Its clear you don't, thanks for clarifying.You were attempting to call me a hypocrite because of some half ass assumption of yours that all anti-illegal immigration go what about the rule of law.
You're right, the law isn't always right. And I've got no problem with non-violent protests of it, or legal attempts to change the law, or even violent action if someone feels its necessary as long as they are willing to accept the concesquences of their OWN wrongful act.If your were being honest you would know that the law is not always right and that it is idiotic to sit there and say that you should always obey the law even if you are a the person being royally ****ed by it like a slave for example in a society where slavery is legal.
What I don't agree with is LEGALIZING something that is wrong to do as a solution to something that is wrong to do. I don't believe in two wrongs making a right.
Because this issue is not nearly as clear cut as murder, rape, or various other crimes. It is not a clear, unquestionable way to declare whether or not a fetus/baby is unquestionably factually a living human being or not, its completely a matter of ones own definition, view, and belief structure leading to an answer. Similarly, those other issues don't have a case where the potential victim is living in a symbiotic relationship within another person. The issue is far, far more nuanced and as such I don't believe constitutionally it is something that the federal government should be enforcing upon people.Why a state issue? Should murder, rape and other crimes be a state issue instead of illegal all across the country?