The recent immigration law passed in Arizona may not be totally right, but at least it’s a step in the right direction.
If you or I get stopped in a car by the police, we have to show ID, and receipt of registration. Why shouldn’t they?
A number of our congressional representatives — Rep. Nancy Pelosi, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, Sen. Barbara Boxer and others — want to give the millions of illegals already here in America amnesty.
What exactly does that entail? Does it mean that the 11 million or 22 million or whatever million already here automatically become citizens? Or will they have to attend classes to learn our language, laws and customs?
If those already here are granted amnesty, what is going to stop the current number of illegals already here from doubling and demanding amnesty, also?
It has to stop somewhere — they are already a serious drain on our social programs, such as welfare, food stamps, hospitals and others.
Our jails and prisons are full of illegals who came here expecting an easy life, and when it didn’t happen they turned to a life of crime. It wasn’t handed to them on a silver platter, so they decided to just take it.
The one thing that I don’t understand is that it seems that the illegals seem to be of the opinion that as soon as they step foot on American soil, they are automatically entitled to all the rights and privileges of a citizen who was born and raised here. And actions by organizations like the American Civil Liberties Union only seem to enforce that thought.