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KaiserSoze99
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Member since Aug 2011
21252 posts

Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
...or is it a privilege?

Maybe we should start there?



...and go.




llfshoals
Alabama Fan
Member since Nov 2010
8414 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
Privilege.

Frankly we never should have let you white eyes in.


goldennugget
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Gary Chambers
Member since Jul 2013
20717 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
No

The thing is the new world order/illumati types want unfettered immigration into western countries to destroy whites and western civilization

It's why we don't see them trying to force all these refugees and 3rd worlders into places like Japan


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Lsuchs
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Member since Apr 2013
8037 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
Do you consider china yours?

Do you consider Iran yours?

Do you consider Syria yours?

Do you consider Zimbabwe yours?

The US is no one other than US citizens' either, US citizens have the right to decide who they bring in just like every other nation does. There are times when it's necessary to supplement our population and times it's not.


We are the most recently founded of the world powers (population wise, not regime). There was a time mass immigration was necessary to spread west and strengthen/grow. Every country/region on earth went through this phase. That time has past, we are established

Do all practices that led to the development of the current US apply due to precedent, or just ones protected by the constitution?
Do you think we still should capture people and bring them over as slaves because it was a part of early America?
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zatetic
Missouri Fan
Member since Nov 2015
3099 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
Image: https://s29.postimg.org/a1cu1oemv/a0ee8594be7dbaa6316eba91c50837154635ab7923b490b0.jpg


https://postimg.org/image/h4kphak2b/

Times have changed obviously from the original intention.
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Champagne
USA Fan
The Neutral Zone
Member since Oct 2007
28689 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
The Left would like to make it so.


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Macfly
LSU Fan
Toronto Maple Leafs
Member since Jan 2016
2119 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
It's a privilege and those who do it legally for citizenship appreciate its significance in the immigration ceremony.
Immigration is bound by laws via the INS as per Green Cards and citizenship requiring U.S. & applicant criminal background checks, fingerprinting, U.S. interview, etc.

If you're here illegally, you're not an illegal immigrant, you're an invader.
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udtiger
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Member since Nov 2006
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re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
Apparently.


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gogotigers
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2008
39 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
It's inalienable right to be treated equal under the law regardless of nationality. But a government has the right to vet out criminal immigrants to maintain order.


Scoop
LSU Fan
NWLa
Member since Sep 2005
40222 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
Criminal?

A country has the right to allow or deny immigration for whatever damn reason they see fit.


Sao
SMU Fan
University Park, TX
Member since Jun 2009
34544 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?

Can someone provide the exact century and decade we should have shut down our borders to immigration?

Be specific. Let's pin this shite down once and for all and if anyone says 2009 we're going to ban you.


WildTchoupitoulas
Oscillating Fan
Member since Jan 2010
28652 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness.


ThePoo
LSU Fan
Work
Member since Jan 2007
58737 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
All men?

You sexist fricking pig


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dantes69
Boise State Fan
Boise, Id.
Member since Aug 2011
1661 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
the US of A is not Wal Mart were anyone at any time can just walk in, we are a privet, exclusive club, you can come in but you have to follow the rules. First rule is you have to show ID.


gogotigers
LSU Fan
Member since Nov 2008
39 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
quote:

A country has the right to allow or deny immigration for whatever damn reason they see fit.


Yes they do but that does not equal a justified reason for using the force of government to do it.

Inherently, we should not want to ban people who mean us no harm.


Stagg8
Rice Fan
Houston
Member since Jan 2005
12629 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
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Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?


Absolutely not, IMO. However, the rules should be similar across the board.


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WildTchoupitoulas
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Member since Jan 2010
28652 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
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the US of A is not Wal Mart were anyone at any time can just walk in

You either believe in the government as intended by our Founders, or you do not.

They thought anyone should be welcomed into the country.


dantes69
Boise State Fan
Boise, Id.
Member since Aug 2011
1661 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
they believed all people could carry a gun at any time, anywhere, and use it for any reason.


WildTchoupitoulas
Oscillating Fan
Member since Jan 2010
28652 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
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they believed all people could carry a gun at any time, anywhere, and use it for any reason.

No, they didn't.

Link?


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ThePoo
LSU Fan
Work
Member since Jan 2007
58737 posts

re: Is immigration an inalienable constitutional right to all non-citizens?
Correct, you stop them and then attempt to determine if they mean harm

You don't let them in and then do a determination

The infrastructure of access and travel to this country is massive. We aren't attempting to protect a country the size of Sweden or any random European nation

There will never be a system of vetting in a country as massive as ours and with a population of 300+ million that does not unfortunately cause issues with people it does not intend to

As someone who does not like a powerful federal government I do recognize that it serves some basic functions. One of those functions being the protection of its citizens public health and welfare, that is its first and basic function

It's also
Important to recognize that there will ALWAYS be a tension between complete liberty and public safety, always. Especially in a country this massive

For a country to exist, total liberty cannot
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