The reason we have laws stipulating American presidents must be American born is because there’s a tendency in those who get anturalized to “return to their roots” and make decisions favorable to their birth places.

When it comes to beaners I think we need to change the laws to mandate EVERYONE elected to federal public office must be second generation born.
This asshole makes my case:

Corksnocker’s a republican, too.

Rep. Carlos Curbelo (R-FL) announced today that he will vote to shut down the federal government at the end of the year if the GOP spending bill does not include legislation to give amnesty to potentially 3.5 million illegal aliens in the United States.
In a speech to the pro-immigration IMPAC Fund, Curbelo threatened to help Democrats shut down the government if the 3.5 million illegal aliens who are enrolled and eligible for the President Obama-created Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program are not given amnesty to permanently remain in the U.S.

“I will make some news here of particular interest to our friends in the fourth estate,” Curbelo said, according to the Hill. “I am announcing today that I will not support any appropriations bill that funds the government beyond December 31st unless we get this DACA issue resolved.”

“And by the way, it doesn’t have to be included in the spending bill, but it has to get done,” Curbelo said. “Again, as long as it gets done I’m okay with a stand-alone bill, if it’s part of another package, let’s just get it done.”

In September, Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced that DACA for the nearly 800,000 illegal aliens currently shielded from deportation by the program would officially end in March 2018. Since then, the Republican establishment and Democrats have scrambled to try to pass a year-end amnesty that would have overwhelming negative impacts on Americans for decades.

Curbelo’s concession that he would support “any” of the current amnesty bills—many of which would potentially lead to a chain migration of 9.9 million to 19 million foreign nationals entering the U.S.—so long as they are passed by the end of a year in which President Trump slammed Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi for their refusal to support the White House’s detailed, 70-point list of pro-American immigration reform principles.

“The President has made clear any immigration reform must first deliver for American citizens and workers,” Deputy Press Secretary Hogan Gidley said. “His priorities are securing the border with a wall, closing legal loopholes that enable illegal entry, interior enforcement and combating visa overstays, and ending chain migration.”

Though Curbelo is unwilling to support Trump’s populist immigration agenda, the White House initiative remains more popular with Americans than giving illegal aliens amnesty.

A recent Morning Consult-Politico poll found that less than 30 percent of Americans said giving DACA illegal aliens amnesty should be a priority, Breitbart News reported.

Meanwhile, a whopping 82 percent of Americans said helping unemployed Americans find jobs should be a higher priority for Congress than providing work permits to illegal aliens, a poll conducted by National Research Inc /The Polling Company found. A total of 78 percent of Democrats agreed that unemployed Americans should be helped before illegal aliens are.

On the other hand, a Pulse Opinion Research poll in August, though, showed that Americans believe the second-most important aspect to stemming the flow of illegal immigration was constructing a border wall on the southern border.

That same poll found that 68 percent of Americans support mandatory E-Verify, 53 percent say stopping employers from hiring illegal aliens was the most important component to ending illegal immigration, and 54 percent said they wanted to see overall legal immigration levels reduced.

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  1. bogsidebunny says:

    American born but they don’t have to be born on American soil. All they need is one American citizen parent. Ted Cruz is a good example. he was born in Canada.

    Without this wise constitutional requirement any fucking turd world country denizen could be “Da Bigga Cheezea”!

  2. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    “…giving DACA illegal aliens amnesty should be a priority…”
    Who elected these assholes to office? The DACAs? Or the American people? These office holding turds forget who they’re supposed to be working for.
    I think it’s time to invest in a good rope-producing company.

  3. Deplorable B Woodman says:

    Threaten to shut down the Gubberment? Really? The Gubberment NEVER shuts down!
    And, as you can see (or maybe you can’t…meh), this threat has REALLY got me shitting and shaking in my boots. But you can’t tell, they’re brown already.

    And now, back to our regularly scheduled programming………..

  4. Eskyman says:

    Sigh. I sure wish that history was known & taught these days.

    The requirement in the Constitution for eligibility to the office of president is in Art. II. It says that those seeking the presidency must be a natural born citizen (or a citizen at the adoption of the Constitution, but they’ve all died long ago,) have attained the age of 35 and been a resident in the US for 14 years.

    It’s the “natural born citizen” that causes all the difficulty. That term isn’t defined in the Constitution, and that’s the problem. These days most people reckon that a president just needs to be a citizen; but that’s not true!

    Back when the Constitution was being discussed & ratified, everyone was familiar with the writings of Vattel and his book “The Law of Nations.” In it, Vattel defines “natural born citizens” as those who are born in the country of parents who are citizens of that country.

    That was what the Founders meant by the term “natural born citizen.” It’s a more restrictive requirement than merely “citizen.” It wouldn’t allow “anchor babies” to become president, as their parents were not born in the country and were not citizens of the country, even though anchor babies are widely accepted as citizens (because the 14th Amendment is also misunderstood.)

    This “natural born” provision was included in the Constitution, because the Founders had just suffered a long war where many of their countrymen placed their allegiance to the old country above that of the new nation. They did not want a person chosen as President who had ties to any other country, or any reason for his allegiance to be split (as in dual citizenship.)

    This is why Obama was not ever eligible to be President. He was a real Manchurian Candidate, and all kinds of funny business had to be done to get him elected (which I’m not going to rehash now.)

    So- for all those reasons and more, I agree with Antz: “we need to change the laws to mandate EVERYONE elected to federal public office must be second generation born.”

    (I don’t suppose we’ll ever just simply read the Constitution and its Amendments like they’re written, and agree that they mean exactly what they say, which would be the easy thing to do. Sigh.)

  5. Leonard Jones says:

    The whole reason for that clause was to prevent a foreign citizen from
    being elected to the presidency. I think the first-hand experience with
    the grandson of a German-born monarch has something to do with the
    Founding Fathers thinking on this subject.

    One cannot have divided loyalties and rule or govern a land.

  6. Leonard Jones says:

    Great point Bogside. I spent a shitload of time trying to dissuade the
    “Birthers” on this subject. John McStain was born in Panama. As long
    as his mother was an American citizen living abroad (even if she was an
    unwed single mother,) he would have been eligible to be elected president.
    She could have been knocked up by a Kenyan communist on the then
    planet Pluto, that child would be eligible.

    Even if pResident Ubangi had been born in Kenya as the Birthers claim, it
    would still not make a difference as long as she was an American citizen.
    The only thing that might have a chance is if Stanley Ann Dunham had
    renounced her citizenship prior to Obonzo’s birth!

  7. Eskyman says:

    Sorry, Leonard Jones, you are wrong. Traitor McCain was indeed eligible, he was born on Panama Zone ground administered by the USA; American soil, just like Guantanamo in Cuba or an American Embassy anywhere in the world. He was born to TWO citizen parents.

    One citizen parent does not fulfil the requirement of natural born citizenship. Otherwise the Founders would just have put “citizen” in the requirements instead of “natural born citizen.” They are not the same thing, as I explained above (apparently you didn’t read it.)

    It looks like you should be listening to the “Birthers” as they seem to understand it better than you do!

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