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» posted on Wednesday, September 15th, 2010 at 7:55 am by Jeremy Herrera
Now I have a problem with this… First, why hijack a good bill and add something that has little bearing on the original bill. Second, this is an immigration amendment. While I don’t support the college part, I am 50/50 on the military clause because these people are willing to serve and die for the country they want to be a part of…
Should we have a have more immigration laws created… Nope, we should be enforcing the current laws. But of course we can see where the liberal side wants to take it… They want to give amnesty to those that broke the laws in the first place. True, kids that came to the country should not be considered criminals because of what their parents did. However without preventing them to gain citizenship, wouldn’t you try to enter the country to give your child citizenship? I say just don’t deport them as a criminal and allow them to enter the US as their parents should have.
How do I know the Federal government doesn’t really want to support the current laws… Well just look at the fact of how they have not read the Arizona law that was passed over immigration that simply states the same thing as the Federal law… They are instead of embracing the law and picking up enforcement of the Federal laws they are trying to over turn the Arizona laws…
As for the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” part of this amendment… As a former service member I don’t have a problem with gays in the military. What I do have a problem with is them serving openly in the ranks. The reason I have this issue is because of morale and safety issues. True 99% of service members would never assault a fellow service member, but like any population basic you have some that would. Then the morale of many would be broken due to the fact they would have to share rooms, bunks and foxholes with an openly gay person… So I believe at this time the “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” clause is still a good thing.
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