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Twenty Things this Conservative Believes

necro-vomit Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 3:05 PM
There are just three thing you should do for your nation: send every inmigrant back to their country. just think about this: the made from their own countries complete disasters, why would they do something different in your country?? about changing your sex (well, playing to change your sex, because it is biologically impossible) you shold be allowed to do that, everybody is the owner of his life, even the sick of their minds, but of course, the state shouldn t accept all your sick nonsenses like marrying somebody of your same sex, name changes, etc, and finally, lower all taxes and public spendig
magnetar Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 3:52 PM
Necro-vomit, where do we send you back to since you are an immigrant also?
necro-vomit Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 5:40 PM
I am not an inmigrant, i live in Norway but have been in the USA many times, in 31 sates so i know something about your country, and i dont say you should send ALL inmigrants back, just the illegal ones
George257 Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 3:34 PM
Also: if you're here illegally, and have a child born while you're here, why on Earth should that child be a citizen? (Unless the other parent is a citizen). If I rob a bank anfd use the proceeds to buy a house, I would not be allowed to keep the house. No one should benefit from their crime. Nor from the crimes of family members.
Mother of 4 -- the original Wrote: Jun 01, 2012 3:54 PM

The Constitutional phrase "subject to the jurisdiction of thereof," has meaning.

It was plainly understood at the time the 14th amendment was drafted that foreigners were not subject to US jurisdiction in that fashion.

1) Any illegal alien caught in this country should be forever barred from legally visiting this country, working here, or becoming an American citizen.

2) If you take welfare or food stamps or if your kids have to get free meals at school, you should be ashamed. Your kids should feel ashamed by your failure, too.

3) There is no such thing as a conflict between Christianity and science or a reason for any Christian to have his religious beliefs override any conclusions that he'd reach by simply following the science. Any and all apparent conflicts between science...