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Old 11-16-2010, 10:25 PM
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Originally Posted by 1751texan View Post
I find it puzzling that so many on this forum bi tch, whine and moan about "illegals" not wanting to assimilate; speak English; become American...and when some try to make an American life...they are belittled and dismissed.

So why talk out of both sides of your mouths.
Americans can't move to another state and then demand in-state tuition rates. Why should someone from Mexico here without permission be allowed to do so?

You want to make an American life? Great! Follow American laws including the laws that pertain to immigration.

Originally Posted by 1751texan View Post
then following your logic, if the college student had a minimum of 3 years of highschool education, graduation, and is attending college, that person should be able to apply for expeditied Naturalization; correct?
Why would someone be apply for expedited citizenship?

Our citizenship laws should follow a single purpose: to make life easier and better for Americans. Foreign nationals are not entitled to anything, especially foreign nationals that have shown us nothing but contempt by violating our laws for many years.
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Old 11-16-2010, 10:49 PM
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Well, thanks to "voluntary" national socialism, and declarations of residency, the Americans who "thought" they were the ones to be served by government are actually the servants of government.

Illegals, by not being "volunteers", are actually of a higher status and are accorded privileges commensurate with that status.

I suggest Californians go read their state laws and pay attention to any definitions and uses of the following term pairs:
inhabitant v. resident
domicile v. residence
dwell v. reside
private property v. real and personal property (i.e., estate)
natural liberty v. civil liberty
dollar v. dollar bill

I haven't read a lot of California statutes, but I suspect that what you will find is that there is little mention of inhabitants who have domiciles located upon private property within the boundaries of California, the state.
But you will find plenty of references to residents who reside at residences upon real estate located in the State of California.

And since 1933, there have been no dollars in circulation, the presumption is that no one has alienated title to private property. That belief is so widespread that no one will recall that there is a difference between private property (absolutely owned and constitutionally protected) versus estate (subject to taxation and confiscation).

Californians may discover that inhabitants domiciled in California are not taxed, nor obligated to pay for those socialist benefits enjoyed by the illegal aliens.

Frankly, if 51% of Californians (the productive?) volunteered out of socialism, it would end the socialist's racket.
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