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Old 05-18-2014, 08:58 AM
 
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The "Rule of Law" implies everyone will be treated equally, that means a lifetime bar to immigration for him. My other example was an LPR from somewhere in Asia (who can tell them apart? ), her white husband and kids weren't able to stop her deportation last I heard. Who said anything about a comparison to Mexicans?



What "stories about the Mexicans"? I had a "vacation" from the forum for about a month, but I did see "Yac" step in at one point to correct some members that "Hispanic" didn't equate to being an "illegal". Are you saying that Cubans (like this guy) aren't Hispanic? Illegal is illegal!
And not the law does not imply everyone will be treated equally. Refugees are given big incentives to come here -- they don't even have to have children before applying for welfare handouts.

Cuba was considered a tyrannical dictatorship at one time and so they were given a free pass to come here. Mexico is a democracy but what's ironic now -- Mexicans are claiming otherwise and they're trying to get in on all the refugee handouts and free passes for refugees. It's become a big scam.
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Old 05-22-2014, 06:58 PM
 
Location: Jacurutu
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An update that Mario Hernandez was formally naturalized (having never been a Legal Permanent Resident) to U.S. citizenship yesterday: http://www.nytimes.com/2014/05/22/us...-official.html
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Old 05-22-2014, 07:12 PM
 
Location: OCEAN BREEZES AND VIEWS SAN CLEMENTE
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This article shows how extremely lax the system is here -- how non-citizens are voting in our elections, given unrestricted social security numbers and the whole bit.

Is there any country more lax than the USA? Citizenship has been made meaningless.
Bingo you said it all in a nutshell. How lax our system is here, it is a joke.

Sorry but I do not want non-citizens voting in our elections. How many others have also voted!

For those of us born in this Country, are we any more special, then those who were not born here.
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Old 05-22-2014, 08:15 PM
 
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Again I ask how was this man able to provide Naturalization papers or other paperwork (legal immigrant) that would make him eligible to join our military? How was he able to register to vote without proving citizenship when he wasn't one? How was he able to work at the government levels that he did without proper paperwork? Something is amiss in this case.

About voting, did they just give him a pass at registration on documented proof just by him "stating" that he was a naturalized citizen at the time even though he wasn't? And people wonder why we are for Voter ID laws.

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