Border Battle

There are 23 comments on the www.foxnews.com story from May 4, 2010, titled Border Battle. In it, www.foxnews.com reports that:

The Arizona immigration law has ruffled feathers here in the U.S., and now authorities in Mexico are making their voices heard on the subject. Mexican President Felipe Calderon called the law racially discriminatory and a "violation of human rights."

I wonder then what he would call Mexican immigration laws which are far more harsh than Arizona's new measure?

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“It matters but not very much”

Since: Oct 07

Houston, TX

#23 May 4, 2010
whatever wrote:
and that "damn baby clause" needs to be re-vamped too!!!
Just because you are plopped out here should not automatically mean a dang thing .... unless your parents are here LEGALLY!!!!!
Actually, the USA should stop citizenship birthright for anyone except the children of at least one citizen parent. Legal foreign nationals can nationalize themselves and their children, if they qualify, through legal processes. Children born of foreign nationals on US soil should be required to take citizenship oaths upon reaching the age of majority. There are too many subversives here now, giving birth to children who are raised to have loyalties to foreign countries.
kathleen

Seattle, WA

#24 May 4, 2010
Independent patriot wrote:
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Actually, the USA should stop citizenship birthright for anyone except the children of at least one citizen parent. Legal foreign nationals can nationalize themselves and their children, if they qualify, through legal processes. Children born of foreign nationals on US soil should be required to take citizenship oaths upon reaching the age of majority. There are too many subversives here now, giving birth to children who are raised to have loyalties to foreign countries.
Exactly, zero loyalty to the United States. Yet we are still suppose pick up the tab for educationing the offspring of illegal alien children. Reminds me of that bird that kills the host birds babies in the nest and puts in her own, and they get raised by the host bird.
Arizona law misunderstood

Brick, NJ

#25 May 4, 2010
The law states that a police officer must have probable cause and a valid reason to ask for a passport, visa, etc. If an illegal immigrant is pulled over for speeding, drinking in public, or anything else that warrants a stop by the police they can be asked to present a valid American form of ID.

Recently a rancher named Robert Krentz was murdered on the Arizona border. The suspects are illegal immigrants.

Arizona is tired of drugs cross the border, existing immigration laws not being enforced by the Feds, tired of seeing the state slowly turning into Mexico.

It's not about racism, it's about things reaching a breaking point. Every country has their own language and culture and a right to preserve it. Mexico has this right and us as Americans do to.

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