Thursday, December 10, 2009

Controversial Law on Illegal Immigrant Youth to Take Effect in San Fran

My Fellow Americans,

I hope you enjoyed the letter I received yesterday.  Please share it with everybody you know.

As for today, I was thinking of what to cover.  It seems like we've done healthcare, climate change, and even Obama winning the Nobel Peace Prize with "deep gratitude and humility" to death.  I've provided some updates on those topics for you to read.

But, I wanted to talk about something happening in San Francisco.  I found a short article on the San Francisco Chronicle's website, so I'll include it here:

"A controversial measure that dictates how San Francisco police deal with underage illegal immigrants goes into effect Thursday.

The law, approved by the city's Board of Supervisors in October, prohibits law enforcement from turning over minors to federal authorities unless they are felons.

Mayor Gavin Newsom vetoed the legislation last month, saying it violates federal law. But the supervisors overrode his veto. Proponents say the measure preserves the minors' right to due process.

The law replaces a policy Newsom's administration abandoned in 2008, when the city was accused of protecting from deportation young offenders who went on to commit other crimes."

America, correct me if I'm wrong, but what RIGHTS do you have under the American judicial system if you are illegal?  What right do you have to be in the country at all?

It's funny, people get on Maricopa County's Sheriff Joe Arpaio (pictured below) in Arizona saying what he does is illegal.  Has anyone ever thought how many American lives he's saved?  We'll never know the number.  But, with Phoenix being the kidnapping capital of the U.S. and the Mexican drug trade right at his doorstep, one can understand why Arpaio does what he does.

We know the reason the SF Board of Supervisors and the federal government don't want to do much to deter illegal immigration.  It's very simple.  They need to keep these people in poverty.  They need them to vote for them.  If you read the letter from last night, you understand why.

These illegals have no rights other than those due to them as human beings.  They are not citizens of the United States of America.  If they came here through the proper legal channels, I don't think anyone would have a problem with that. 

I don't really care for the argument that they pay taxes and don't receive the rights citizens do.  Become a legal citizen and you can enjoy the rights we do.

I hate to admit it, but this is simply just the progressives at work.

(Photos: Google Images)

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