Tags: christianity, immigration, Jesus, migrant workers, religion, sarcasm
This stuff is still going through the Supreme Court, being re-filed October 30th, 2008.
I actually took up for the Obama bastard the other day, saying, “Look, there’s enough crap to go off on without making shit up. He has a Hawaiian birth certificate, born to American mother, so he’s obviously an American Citizen.”
However, there is no Ceritificate of Live Birth from the State of Hawaii. There are documents provided once he and his mother returned to Hawaii from Kenya, documents which clearly state that he was born in Mombassa, Kenya.
Not a good thing… And WTF?
Point: Yes, his mother was American.
Counterpoint: His mother would have had to transfer Citizenship to him, therefore making him a Naturalized citizen — not a natural born citizen, and therefore, he is inelligible to be President of the United States of America.
Furtherpoint: He was never naturalized, and provides no proof whatsoever that he is an American Citizen at all.
Due to a preponderance of evidence, I would further suggest that not only Barack Hussein Obama, but the Democratic National Election Committee, should be held on charges of Immigration Fraud and Election Fraud.
Now, can we deport his ass, please?
Thank you, drive through…
One of the things you learn to stop doing when you move to another country is bitching about politics. You’re an immigrant, an outsider, and in most cases, you can’t hope to understand the nuances of another country’s politics.
Unless you’re an extremely astute bastard, like Craig Ferguson.
He also re-iterates a point I’ve made a billion and a half times: if you didn’t excercise your Right to vote, then you Lost your Right to Bitch. e.g. if you didn’t vote in the last election, no one cares about your disdain and comdemnation — STFU!
Plain and simple.
Oh … And if you’re a Senator who didn’t even bother to show up and vote on all the Resolutions you were supposed to vote on because you’re too busy blazing a campaign trail, you’re a total Asshat! Not only do these Senators have a responsibility to vote on these issues, it’s their duty and their job to do it — especially when it’s a bill that’s at the heart of their campaign promises.
And it’s interesting to note, when you go down the Voting Records to see that the Head of one of our two major political parties pretty much hasn’t voted on anything in like … eight years? Apparently, the Jackass that represents him is a little more personal…
Tip: The astute voter and Patriot, Mushy, at The Silverbacks
The town of Pahrump, Nevada recently passed legislation to disallow the flying of foreign flags. The Reuters article points out the reasons:
Supporters said they passed the measure to hit back at Hispanic demonstrators who carried Mexican flags when they marched in U.S. cities earlier this year to press for rights for 10 million to 12 million illegal immigrants living in the shadows.
“All of the illegal alien protesters are waving Mexican flags, and we just got tired of it,” town board clerk Paul Willis told Reuters in a telephone interview.
“This is the United States, and the Stars and Stripes should fly supreme,” he added.
I’m with Emperor Misha from the Anti-Idiotarian Rottweiler … The Art of Shunning has been lost in our Politically Correct Society:
I have no use for yet another group of entitlement-addicted, divisive assclowns who have no understanding of the words E Pluribus, Unum.
“Unum” does NOT mean “a collection of cliques, gangs and identity groups fighting over special privileges and handouts.”
Nobody is saying, at least I’m not, that you shouldn’t be proud of your cultural heritage. What I am saying is that if you want to be one of us, if you want to be part of the family, if you want for yourself and your family the privileges, rights and duties of being an American, then you have to be an American. You have to accept, welcome and internalize the fact that you’re an American first, and everything else second.
Couldn’t've said it better myself.
But then again, maybe I already have said it better, given that I’m a bit closer to the situation.
I brought my ex-wife to the U.S. from a foreign country.
So… If they’re going to grant amnesty to illegals, waive all police clearances and language requirements, and give them all the rights of citizens, then I’ll agree with it, if and when my demands are met.
I want back all the money that it cost me to get her here legally. All of it! Including the plane ticket!
I want paid for the time involved in jumping through the immigration hoops that we had to jump through. I had to take off work very often before the visa was granted, and then again after it was granted — to remove the Conditional Permanent Resident status.
I also want a per-diem based on the fact that I was forced to stay longer in a foreign country than necessary while preparing for it all. Ever try to get into a foreign consulate just after 9/11? That was a pain in the rear even when I had an appointment.
And … they can go ahead and grant her citizenship, just to show that they really mean it. I mean, hey, we both jumped through all of those hoops. It just seems like the right thing to do.
Legal Immigration attempts to make sure that people are of decent moral character by checking their background with law enforcement agencies and making sure they’re not murderers, drug dealers, terrorists, rapists, slave traders, kidnappers and/or child molesters.
We have enough of our own to deal with!
Legal Immigration also attempts to ensure that anyone coming to this country can speak our national language — English!
I am an American. I don’t want to press 1 for English!
The whole issue really is this simple: You can’t go into your neighbor’s house and start rearranging the furniture because you don’t like it.
How can anyone in their right mind argue with that?