Aristocracy<quoted text>No, they are children of criminals, they happen to be citizens of their father's country of origin, deport all of them, let them come in the civilized way.
It is time for the pampered citizens of the US to know what work is, outside of the keyboard.
WE hold these Truths to be self-evident, that all Men are created equal...[Declaration of Independence]
Why is the equality of people the first "self-evident" truth concept mentioned in the Declaration of Independence? Because the Founding Fathers hated the aristocracy. They hated the aristocracy more than the monarch--with good reason. There was only one monarch but hundreds, maybe thousands, of aristocrats. Some served in the House of Lords, one house of the British congress.(1)
And since the monarch confers titles, people who want to become aristocrats have a personal goal with no connection to the best interests of the nation.(2)
The Founding Fathers feared an aristocracy would evolve in the U.S.(3) I believe that we now have an aristocracy and it is as tyrannical as the Founding Fathers feared.
WE don't need ANY aristocracy
WE want to work ...
Just like in the Good Book ...
You don't work ... ya don't EAT!:)