It was worse when tens of thousands of illegals marched on downtown streets without any fear to demand socialized redistribution of rights to those who are not citizens and who disrespect the laws of our nation to even bother themselves with trying to correct course.
Normally, I'm exceedingly compassionate to all people groups who wish to get to America. After all, if they wish to change their identity, support the values of our nation, and identify with the cause of what is true, just, and good, then they should in fact be ideal candidates for American citizenship.
Constantly we are told by media, and "immigration rights activists" (read that: open border apologists) that America is a big enough nation to be able to handle a significant increase in immigration. This is a notion I'm not totally in disagreement with.
Yet there is nothing unconstitutional, unlawful, immoral, or even unkind about asking those who come to politely walk to the end of the fence, be prepared to identify who they are, and state the lawful basis they have for coming through our border gate.
The actions of the 200 students of Morgan Hill marching on the streets of their village though repulsive in it's intent, is a constitutionally protected expression.
So were the actions of five students, one of whom is a child of hispanics, to wear American Flag shirts, shorts, caps, and sneakers if they so wish.
It may be the expression du jour to blame America for the ills of all that goes wrong in the world. Pardon me if I don't.
Principal Boden and Assistant Principal Rodriguez should be fired from Live Oak High School in Morgan Hill, California.
The school board could do so easily.
And if they needed to be politically correct about what they call it, merely label it a permanent unexcused absence.
The families of Los Estados Unidos deserve much better!
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