- Anchor Babies - Florida Can Make History
Exclusive To Rense
- The people of the State of Florida who
still care about the law and are tired of being ripped off by the scam
known as "anchor babies" have an opportunity to demand an end
to it once and for all.
- Two months ago, the door opened:
- Anchor Babies Sue Fla. Over Tuition
- "In a case that could set a national precedent,
Florida anchor babies are suing public education officials for making them
pay the higher college tuition rate charged to out-of-state students because
their parents are in the U.S. illegally. Born in the United States to illegal
aliens, the students were required to prove that their parents are in the
country legally in order to pay the discounted tuition fee offered to Florida
residents at public colleges and universities. Most states offer the same
perk, which saves residents a big chunk of change at taxpayer-funded schools.
That's why controversy has erupted recently over states, many of them cash-strapped,
that grant the public benefit to illegal immigrants. This case is different,
however, because the plaintiffs were actually born in the U.S. Florida
has long required students to provide evidence of their parents' citizenship
to get discounted college tuition, even when the kids graduated from a
local high school."
- Those plaintiffs had no right to be born on U.S. soil
since their parents smuggled themselves across the border. Illegal means
illegal and that applies to their babies.
- As I outlined in a recent column:
- "There is a rancid bill in Congress right now that
should be rejected: H.R.140 - Birthright Citizenship Act of 2011. Why?
Because it includes citizenship for illegal aliens who serve in our military.
The Department of Defense is so hard up for IED fodder for the on-going
illegal invasions and occupations of Iraq and Afghanistan, they - with
the blessing of the Outlaw Congress - have allowed illegal aliens to enlist.
Currently there are about 29,000 illegal aliens serving in our military
who should have been deported the minute their legal status was determined.
Rep. Steve King's bill rewards violating our immigration laws. That is
not a solution, it's a magnet for more illegals to invade this country
and enlist. The military provides a lot of perks paid for by you and me.
I'm sick of being fleeced to reward criminal behavior.
- "Forget about pandering to the "Latino vote."
I am so sick of racist politics shoved down our throats by minorities.
This isn't about anyone's race. It's about our laws and the financial destruction
heaped on this country as a result of allowing nearly 25 MILLION illegals
into this country. Pile on the number of children birthed by illegal female
aliens and the numbers become staggering. According to a 2010 study released
by the Pew Hispanic Center, 79% of the 5.1 million children of criminals
(illegal aliens) were born in the U.S. That means just over 4 million babies
have been given U.S. citizenship when they should have been deported immediately
with the mother. Since their mother had no right to be on U.S. soil, the
baby has no "right" to U.S. citizenship.
- "That might sound hard nosed, but the carnage caused
by illegals since Ronald Reagan opened the door to this massive invasion
back in 1986 would fill a hundred newspapers. The financial destruction
to the states of the Union heaped on the backs of hard working Americans
and those who came to America legally and went through the process, runs
into the hundreds of billions of dollars -- every year. Those 4 million
illegal alien babies are recipients of your paycheck in the form of welfare
and stealing the limited resources for education in the states...
- "It's long past time the states of the Union stood
up to the General Government on this issue. The states of the Union birthed
the Constitution which created the U.S. Congress. They still hold the power."
- As soon as I read about the lawsuit cited above, I took
the time to write to the Florida Commissioner of Education and the Chancellor
of the State University with a cc to their State Attorney General. This
is a states right's issue, period with natural born and naturalized Americans
in that state footing the bill for those who have no right to attend any
school within the state. The people of Florida can make enough noise through
phone calls and letters to the individuals mentioned to force this issue
out in the open and put a stop to it once and for all - unless they like
getting screwed over to give to those who have no right to the fruits of
- My letter can be read here.
- The rip off of so called anchor babies is killing people
in taxes in dozens of states. State legislators who not only have given
illegal aliens driver's licenses, but college tuition breaks. ANY state
legislator who has voted to trash our immigration laws should be kicked
out of office in November 2012. No exceptions. That won't happen unless
the citizens of states like Utah, Florida, California and others make this
a major issue during the elections next November. If you want something
bad enough, it takes boots on the ground.
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