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%
  • IDK/Other

    19 63.33%
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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 Μολὼν λαβέ View Post
    Like the "few" people who killed Americans in Benghazi?
    Whats that got to do with this subject? I don't recall even talking about what happened in Benghazi much less taking some sort of stance that you seem to be attributing to me? Which seems to be a stance that the few who perpetrated the attacks against the Embassy was the whole of the Muslim world?

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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by ChrisL View Post
    Yeah well, I don't think it would be worth the headaches and the money. I would rather tighten up on laws against employers who hire them, demand that OUR government start being responsible for following and enforcing our illegal immigration laws, etc. We have states in this country (mine is one of them) who are sanctuary states, as I'm sure you know, so we haven't exactly been "cracking down" on them. We should probably try that first IMO.
    It's free property for industrialization, worked by people we don't have to give any benefits to. It pays for itself in the long term, as long as we protect those assets. With the border as wide as it is, there's no way to just close it off and prevent illegals from entering, giving them real jobs and eliminating the cartels provides incentive for them to stay, and the ones here to go back.
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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    We should create goodwill with Mexico since we are going to be sneaking across the Rio Grande looking for work there before too long.....

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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by maquiscat View Post
    So is it your position that even the legal immigrants are an invasion?
    Historically, a territory was invaded and occupied until it established a nationality of its own. Then it shut its doors. The majority of Americans didn't want these foreigners coming here, therefore they are all illegal. Consent of the governed was never given. Multiculturalist laws are invalid.
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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by PrometheusBound View Post
    Historically, a territory was invaded and occupied until it established a nationality of its own. Then it shut its doors. The majority of Americans didn't want these foreigners coming here, therefore they are all illegal. Consent of the governed was never given. Multiculturalist laws are invalid.
    What 1st world nation has shut it's doors? As far as I know countries like Britain, France, Spain even Canada and Mexico all have immigration laws. The inflow might be very restricted, but the doors are not shut. In addition, the consent of the governed was indeed given by the representatives chosen. By electing and re-electing these representatives, the consent of the governed is given. Please explain how multiculturalist laws are invalid.

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    Re: End United States Discrimination against the world?

    Quote Originally Posted by maquiscat View Post
    What 1st world nation has shut it's doors? As far as I know countries like Britain, France, Spain even Canada and Mexico all have immigration laws. The inflow might be very restricted, but the doors are not shut. In addition, the consent of the governed was indeed given by the representatives chosen. By electing and re-electing these representatives, the consent of the governed is given. Please explain how multiculturalist laws are invalid.
    Everybody knows that representative government often goes against the will of the people who voted in the representatives. It is not a proxy government, as it must be to have any validity. In the present arrogant self-interpretation by the illegitimate ruling class, the people are the proxies who have to do what the pre-owned government bosses think is best for them.

    The present treason to the people by all governments that practice this undeserved privilege is the result of a false idea of what consent means. If they had asked the voters about immigration, the voters would have overwhelmingly said no. That means no consent. If they continue to go off on their own, we must change to having national referenda on all issues where we can't trust them to understand what consent means. It is about time that we put the politicians in their place. If they continue to do what, in their ignorant or conceited or bribed minds, they think is best for us, we will be put down, down, down, racing to the bottom. In this contradiction of self-government we are saddled with now, only the persons of the representatives are allowed to be voted on, not their policies. They should merely be doing a stenographer's work, taking our dictation of what the policies of these persons should be. Their present self-appointed overreaching of their assigned role to be obedient to our will in all cases makes this system an abuse of power and therefore invalid in the cases where we would have voted against the selfish wishes of those who are supposed to be our servants.
    Last edited by PrometheusBound; 11-09-12 at 06:33 PM.
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