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Thursday, December 08, 2011

65% Of Voters Oppose Birthright Citizenship.

A new Rasmussen poll shows that 65% of likely U.S. voters oppose birthright citizenship. That means two-thirds of all voters want to end this absurd practice, as most industrialized democracies have already done.

Just because an illegal alien mother gives birth in the U.S. doesn't mean the baby should be a U.S. citizen. Don't you agree? In fact, this form of birthright citizenship is destructive to the rule of law. American citizenship is one of the most precious and sought-after privileges on earth. People wait in line for decades to receive a coveted U.S. green card, if they can get one at all. But we've corrupted the whole process by handing out citizenship and residency to people who do not deserve it.

Rep. Steve King (R-IA) has proposed the Birthright Citizenship Act of 2011 which would stop this practice. The bill has a lot of support in the U.S. House, with 80 co-sponsors. King's bill would require Congress to clarify the meaning of the 14th Amendment to end the practice of automatically granting U.S. citizenship to all U.S.-born children of illegal aliens. We don't need a Constitutional amendment.


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2 Comments:

Anonymous Boyd Jones said...

Bachmann said she would eliminate it. Too bad she isn't higher in the polls.

12/9/11, 8:06 PM  
Anonymous Dick Henderson said...

The polls are not accurate, there are those who just sit all day punching in data, but in reality, they only get one vote, just like the rest of us, HOPEFULLY.

12/9/11, 8:07 PM  

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