At the age of 11, my Great Grandfather was a stowaway on a ship bound for New York. He was alone; but, when his ship entered New York Harbor, he was denied admission.
As fate would have it, he was taken in by a French-Canadian family. Until he was grown, he lived with them in the Province of Quebec.
Eventually, he returned to New York, where he married into the clan of Martin Van Buren, our 8th President. He became a naturalized U.S. Citizen.
How can a government that denies admission to an 11 year old boy justify granting blanket assylum to large groups of adult immigrants?
Would this be fair to to those who came before; those who acquired their status through a lengthy process of naturalization?
Is it fair to any US citizen -- native-born or naturalized -- to allow large groups of illegals to take their jobs and make use of public funds that were intended for US Citizens?
The only fair way for an illegal immigrant to embark on a path of naturalization is through exit and re-entry, under a legal visa.
Isn't it time for 'We the People' to take a stand and stop the flow of illegal immigrants?
I am now 'testing the waters' as a potential candidate in the Congressional Race of 2014.
As a Candidate, I'll run on a Platform of 'Putting Americans First'; and, if elected, this will be the watchword of my public service.
I urge the citizens of Maricopa County to Support Sheriff Joe by signing this pettition and sending a supporter to Congress!
For God and Country,
Erin Kent Magee
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Mandy Pickett, United Kingdom1 year ago Comments: Would you be interested in the job of Prime Minister of England - none of our lot make any sense.
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