View Poll Results: Should the United States grant equal rights to others of the world?

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  • Open borders to everyone regardless of nationality

    2 6.67%
  • Grant full citizenship to anyone regardless of nationality

    2 6.67%
  • Recognize Puerto Rico as a state with full entitlements to its people

    6 20.00%
  • Offer statehood to Mexico, Central & South American with full citizens entitlements

    3 10.00%
  • Allow anyone in the world to become citizens of the USA with full entitlements

    2 6.67%
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Thread: End United States Discrimination against the world?

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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by joko104 View Post
    The balance of victory for Obama was Hispanic/Latino voters and those supporting the belief that the United States should open its borders and grant citizenship and full benefits/entitlements to anyone who comes here.

    The people have voted and expressed their will for this.

    Should the United States grant the will of the voters and open our borders and grant equal rights and benefits Americans have with all others of the world?


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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    There are some serious premise fallacies going on with some of those options.

    Race and/or nationality have NOTHING to do with whether or not someone is allowed to LEGALLY immigrate into the US or become a citizen.

    Mexico is a COUNTRY! You wouldn't be granting just one statehood if we absorbed Mexico(yet alone Central and South Americas), assuming that the drug lords would even let us. Could you imagine the power that one state would have if Mexico was granted a single statehood?!?! On the plus side if we did manage to absorb the whole country then a lot of American businesses could quickly move into the area that are not allowed now. I've always been a proponent of adopting Mexico's immigration system and rules.

    Puerto Rico.....eh....as others have said, if they don't vote to accept statehood, then we can't make them.

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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Immigration is invasion. Immigration is treason. We are not "a nation of immigrants." That only applied when the country was rapidly expanding and there was a shortage of workers and settlers.

    Contrary to Santayana's misleading advice, those who do not recognize that history takes different forms are the ones condemned to repeat it. If you don't recognize this as the modern version of invasion, you will lose your country. This one has been collaborated in by multiculturalist traitors, cheap-labor Capitaliban, and a ruling class that knows that citizens born in the Third World are easier to dominate. Our leaders despise and fear the original majority. We should despise them and their heirhead brats in return. And we should give them reason to fear us. The time has come to fight this invasion the traditional way.
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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by Rainman05 View Post
    USA needs specialist immigration and educational immigration, not mass immigration. You already have millions of people with few skills unemployed... you don't need more.
    No way. The formerly United States needs to replace education with paid professional training. Giving people good jobs by making them go four years a job is as stupid as it would sound if you weren't brainwashed from childhood on with the Big Lie that it is the way to go. Americans have an abundance of talent, but seeds don't grow in sand. Expecting people with no money to invest in themselves is class-biased ignorance. Not only does it create shortages, but since it's based on rewarding self-sacrifice rather than on investing in talent, it puts inferior people in superior positions.
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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    you realize, opening up the borders wide open, would let terrorist in unchecked.

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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by jimbo View Post
    The number of those who have invaded our borders, mostly unskilled, and those citizens unemployed and living off the government, mostly unskilled, are about equal.
    The math is simple, and the solution just as simple. All illegals must go. Accomplish this by enforcing the laws already on the books. Prosecute all who aid and abet, including those hiring offering assistance and sanctuary, and all those who are illegal. No excuses, no extenuating circumstances.

    IDK is not the same as hell no.
    The only effective solution is to confiscate the business property of anyone who hires illegals. I'd even give an illegal citizenship if he helped with the sting. Property rights don't extend to the right to commit treason.
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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by PrometheusBound View Post
    Immigration is invasion. Immigration is treason. We are not "a nation of immigrants." That only applied when the country was rapidly expanding and there was a shortage of workers and settlers.
    So is it your position that even the legal immigrants are an invasion?

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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    I have to laugh at the one about offering statehood to Mexico. Seriously? Who in the heck voted yes to that and their drug wars and cartels? How stupid. I can't even believe it.
    Statehood, no. But after all the problems they've caused us, I wouldn't be opposed to absorbing them as a territory. I'm not the guy who voted for that option, btw. Just my 2
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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by Surtr View Post
    Statehood, no. But after all the problems they've caused us, I wouldn't be opposed to absorbing them as a territory. I'm not the guy who voted for that option, btw. Just my 2
    Do you realize the amount of poverty we would be taking on? I've read that almost HALF of the population in Mexico lives below the Mexican poverty line. Also, what about all the problems with the drug cartels? Yikes. I wouldn't want to take that on. No way.

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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    Do you realize the amount of poverty we would be taking on?
    You mean the load we already take on by taking in all the people they don't want? Taking care of their problems that they let get out of control, and allowed to become our problems? We have given them billions in aid and assistance, and they have done nothing with it. If we take their sovereignty, we can use the land to build real industry, and try to get some of that money back.

    I've read that almost HALF of the population in Mexico lives below the Mexican poverty line. Also, what about all the problems with the drug cartels? Yikes. I wouldn't want to take that on. No way.
    Industry will give them jobs. Since they won't be US citizens, they won't get the full benefits and wages Americans demand, but it will give them a living wage. As for the cartels, we move our tanks and bombers in, and let them know it's not their turf anymore. If they disagree, we go full Fallujah on their asses.
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