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    Super Moderator Newmexican's Avatar
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    Mexican Officials to Patrol Staten Island

    Mexican Officials to Patrol Staten Island ... 25314.html

    I agree with Madeleine Pelner Cosman, Ph.D., Esq. on this subject of anchor babies and the 14th ammendment; This is from a paper that was published in 2005 in the Journal of American Physicians and Surgeons.
    I am not good at publishing PDFs please click the link below for the complete article.

    rescind the citizenship of anchor babies
    aiding and abetting illegal aliens is a crime
    grant no new amnesties
    .We must overturn the
    misinterpretation of the Fourteenth Amendment to the U.S.
    The Constitution grants citizenship to all persons
    born or naturalized in the United States and “

    .” An illegal alien mother is subject to the
    jurisdiction of her country. The baby of an illegal alien mother
    also is subject to that home country’s jurisdiction.

    When the Fourteenth Amendment was ratified, its purpose was
    to assure rights of freedom and citizenship to newly emancipated
    Negro citizens. American Indians, however, were excluded from
    American citizenship because of their tribal jurisdiction. Also not
    subject to American jurisdiction were foreign visitors,
    ambassadors, consuls, and their babies born here. For citizenship,
    the person was required to submit to complete, exclusive American
    jurisdiction, owing allegiance to no other nation.

    Long ago the Supreme Court correctly confirmed this restricted
    interpretation of citizenship in the so-called “Slaughter-House
    cases” [83 US 36 (1873)] and in [112 US 94 (1884)].
    In , the phrase “subject to its jurisdiction”
    excluded from its operation “children of ministers, consuls, and
    citizens of foreign states born within the United States.” In , the
    American Indian claimant was born in America, but considered not
    anAmerican citizen because the law required him to be “not merely
    subject in some respect or degree to the jurisdiction of the United
    States, but completely subject to their political jurisdiction and
    owing them direct and immediate allegiance.” To obtain
    citizenship, an American Indian had to separate from his tribe and
    be accepted by the United States as a citizen. A special act of
    Congress was needed to grant full citizenship to American Indians.
    The CitizensAct of 1924, codified in 8USCS§1401, provides that:
    The following shall be nationals and citizens of the United
    States at birth:
    (a) a person born in the United States and subject to
    the jurisdiction thereof;
    (b) a person born in the United States to a member of
    an Indian, Eskimo, Aleutian, or other aboriginal
    Congress by legislation has the right to create uniform rules on
    naturalization, and to create dual citizenship and similar variations
    upon “jurisdiction.” We must be vigilant against congressmen
    voting to extend the list of those born here to include illegal aliens
    or other lawbreakers, conferring American citizenship and its
    generous social and medical benefits on babies born to criminals. It
    is irrelevant that some lawbreakers are hard-working women
    willing to do hard jobs for low pay, or that they are wives,
    daughters, cousins, lovers, or concubines of men willing to do
    America’s hard work. Gravid wombs should not guarantee free
    medical care and instant infant citizenship in America. We must
    reestablish the original limits on citizenship, and remove incentives
    for indigent Mexicans and others to break America’s immigration
    law. Proud legal immigrants applaud order, reason, and law.
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    Senior Member uniteasone's Avatar
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    Instead of Mexico taking action here,they ought to be taking action in their own country and giving their own people more rights and freedoms,so they don't cross over the border to come here. They want to criticize us but they are one of the worst of governments.
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    Senior Member dregerk's Avatar
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    No foreign country has law enforcement on any private or public lands here in the USA!

    They have less authority than the agerage Joe Blow who can perform a civil arrest!

    This is just Mexico posturing! Same Old CRAP!

    Deport them also.
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    "We will act decisively in order to protect our citizens and will actively promote that those guilty of these vicious attacks are brought to justice expeditiously."

    But when American citizens do the same we are called "racist." Even inside our OWN country!

    I cannot believe this is allowed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dregerk
    No foreign country has law enforcement on any private or public lands here in the USA!

    They have less authority than the agerage Joe Blow who can perform a civil arrest!

    This is just Mexico posturing! Same Old CRAP!

    Deport them also.
    Exactly right! However, nobody in this government seems willing to tell mexico that! Each day, mexico gets a little more embolden in their invasion of this country.
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