03/31/17
 

 

Caveat: The following are only Elmir's thoughts.

There is a particularly important provision of the Fourteenth Amendment stating that, "No state shall . . . deprive any person of life, liberty or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws."

Elmir: This amendment covers even illegal immigrants of the USA, which was probably fine in the old days when there were just a few illegals but maybe it should be rethought considering now there are millions of illegals sucking the life blood out of the USA.

Consider the following statement:

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Picture the USA as your house, you wake up come downstairs and there sit 8 illegal immigrants - husband wife and six kids. You are not allowed to shoo them away because of the 14th admendant, so you need to take care of them until you can legally get rid of them. This takes time.

In the meantime, there are people do not want to get rid of them for many reasons, but the one main reason is: since these illegals are potential democratic voters.  For the most part these people are the leaders in the democratic party.  They are able to get away with hindering the expulsion of the illegals with the help of the so called liberals i.e. the populace that make up the voting block of the democrats, these people do not understand life because these people were raised without a care in the world, on welfare, their mommy and daddy took excellent care of them, did not serve in the armed forces, some do drugs and really believe "can't we all just get along". The democratic politicians put impediments (barriers) in your way so that time goes by and before you know it the kids are now having kids. Your house is full, the crapper is broken and you can't afford to fix it, the water and electric departments are about ready to turn them off due to you being behind in your bills.

Cheer up - help is on the way i.e. Trump. He will get your house emptied before you know it.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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