Oh, and single moms can pay for their own damned education and babysitters. I thought you wanted to cut social spending.
Are you saying you're for free healthcare, welfare, education, etc for illegals? You'd like ballots and other legal documents to be printed in a variety of languages? You're OK with not deporting illegals when they are caught in this country?
If we could legislate that all away, start drawing up the documents now.
However, since you seem intent on me commenting on value of these items, I will say that:
1. If we do #6 we need to take down a certain sign in on an island in NY, unless we wish to be world-class hypocrites
2. #7 is just silly in economic terms and would impact our economy far more than it would affect foreign investors
3. #8 seems simply vindictive -- all those smelly foreigners with their money can't buy our beaches
4. #9 would appear to be a violation of the first amendment which does indeed apply, at least, to permanent residents (the term in the law is "foreigners" and a bit abiguous)
5. #10 is pretty much the law, excepting the imprisonment and for those seeking political refuge. If it's not being carried out, another law won't make it so either
If we're hell bent on adopting a third world set of laws, why don't we just lift Saudi Arabia's. That way, anyone convicted of a capital offense (and there are many) by Tuesday is executed on Friday. And what's neater, we can all go watch. :D
When Consevatives tried to bring it up it was immediately politicized, ridiculed, and struck down by the morons, approximately 99% of them in the DIM party. (appologies to the one sane Dim in the DIM sewer).
However, thanks to Georgie Porgie, the unadmitted compassionate coke addict (unlike Patrick Kennedy), we're going to find out what it's like to be bulldozed, as the Dims will likely have a fillibuster-proof majority come November.
CW is right, fillibuster or not, the R's in the last few years haven't had much of a heart for cutting government. Back in the nineties, Newt and the gang took the contract for America right to the people. The argument now, unfortunately, isn't about whether or not there should be a nanny state, it's how big the nanny state is going to grow.
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