Saturday, April 27

Ogabe administration: Illegals are entitled to become American citizens as a "civil right"

Three days ago Attorney General Eric Holder gave a speech to a convention of the "Mexican American Defense and Educational Fund," in which he said "our neighbors who are undocumented"--no Democrat calls them "illegal aliens"--have a civil right to become US citizens.

The exact quote: 
Creating a pathway to earned citizenship for the 11 million unauthorized immigrants in this country is essential. The way we treat our friends and neighbors who are undocumented – by creating a mechanism for them to earn citizenship and move out of the shadows – transcends the issue of immigration status. This is a matter of civil and human rights.

You need to see this to believe it.  Video here.

Okay, let's see if I've got this straight:  Holder was hand-picked by Obama for the position of AG, so you'd think he would have cleared any policy this radical with his boss rather than just winging it.  So evidently it's now the policy of the Obozo administration that people who enter the U.S. illegally nevertheless have the right to become U.S. citizens.

Rights are funny things.  If you're already a U.S. citizen the government doesn't believe you have the right to demand that government officials obey the law--as in Ogabe's unilateral decision to stop deporting illegals, in violation of U.S. law.  Or as in Eric Holder's department intentionally selling guns to straw buyers who re-sold them to Mexican drug cartels.  But that same government has suddenly decided that illegal aliens have the right to become U.S. citizens--that it's one of their civil rights.

Say, Mr. Holder--you lying, lawbreaking, socialist POS--if this theory applies to Mexicans, wouldn't it apply equally to everyone in the world?  So under this new policy wouldn't it mean anyone could sneak into the U.S. and be guaranteed a path to citizenship?  Wow.

By the way, Mr. Holder:  There's already a "path to earned citizenship" for anyone interested.  It's described in detail in this arcane set of words called "laws of the land."  You really should check those out sometime, since it's clear you have almost no acquaintance with any of them.


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