Kindly post the immigration laws that were in effect in 1492. Oh, you can't because there weren't any? That's what I thought. Well, then maybe you can list the jobs or social service programs people came here to steal. Oh, there weren't any of those either? Hmmm! Seems to me as the world changes so do the laws.<quoted text>
Check the Supreme Court decisions from the beginning of our nation. Those under U.S. jurisdiction are entitled to the basic human rights afforded to all. even W's Supremes haven't reversed this basic principle of American jurisprudence. Of course, your desires were majority desires regarding Asians in the 19th century nd re blacks since Independence. Fortunately, in Republic, mob mentality does not call the hop. Tell ya what: I'm part Choctaw and just a touch Tonkawa; f you go back to one of the countries of your genetic heritage, I'll support closing the border to you.
Are we not supposed to require a driver's license to drive because there were no cars in the 19th century?
Perhaps we shouldn't have laws promoting safety in food and medicine because in the 14th century food was home grown and there weren't many commercial medicines.
By the way, you better check YOUR history also. American Indians also migrated here from elsewhere. Maybe you better find the countries of your own genetic heritage.