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    Should Children of Illegals Born Here be Citizens Vote

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    Should children of illegal immigrants automatically have citizenship?

    No. If the parents are here illegally, then how can the children be considered citizens of the U.S.? With the immigration problem the way it is, it's lunacy to allow that.

    Yes. The right to citizenship is guaranteed by the Constitution. Funny how the right-wing fanatics want to forget about the Constitution when it suits them.

    No. The Founding Fathers never envisioned the world we live in now, with the immigration problems. The Constitution should be amended to reflect the changing world.

    Yes. The children should not be made to suffer because the parents, for one reason or another, did not attain legal status. Don’t punish the kids. They are citizens.
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    No. If the parents are here illegally, then how can the children be considered citizens of the U.S.? With the immigration problem the way it is, it's lunacy to allow that. 53% (1,107 votes)

    Yes. The right to citizenship is guaranteed by the Constitution. Funny how the right-wing fanatics want to forget about the Constitution when it suits them. 16% (327 votes)

    No. The Founding Fathers never envisioned the world we live in now, with the immigration problems. The Constitution should be amended to reflect the changing world. 21% (431 votes)

    Yes. The children should not be made to suffer because the parents, for one reason or another, did not attain legal status. Don’t punish the kids. They are citizens. 10% (217 votes)

    Total Votes: 2,082
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    NO 53 % - 1,140

    YES 16 % - 337

    NO 21 % - 442

    YES 10 % - 224

    Total Vote - 2,143
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    No. If the parents are here illegally, then how can the children be considered citizens of the U.S.? With the immigration problem the way it is, it's lunacy to allow that. 53% (1,158 votes)

    Yes. The right to citizenship is guaranteed by the Constitution. Funny how the right-wing fanatics want to forget about the Constitution when it suits them. 16% (343 votes)

    No. The Founding Fathers never envisioned the world we live in now, with the immigration problems. The Constitution should be amended to reflect the changing world. 21% (448 votes)

    Yes. The children should not be made to suffer because the parents, for one reason or another, did not attain legal status. Don’t punish the kids. They are citizens. 10% (228 votes)

    Total Votes: 2,177

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    No. If the parents are here illegally, then how can the children be considered citizens of the U.S.? With the immigration problem the way it is, it's lunacy to allow that. 53.3% (1,275 votes)

    Yes. The right to citizenship is guaranteed by the Constitution. Funny how the right-wing fanatics want to forget about the Constitution when it suits them. 15.9% (379 votes)

    No. The Founding Fathers never envisioned the world we live in now, with the immigration problems. The Constitution should be amended to reflect the changing world. 20.4% (487 votes)

    Yes. The children should not be made to suffer because the parents, for one reason or another, did not attain legal status. Don’t punish the kids. They are citizens. 10.5% (250 votes)

    Total Votes: 2,391
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    No. If the parents are here illegally, then how can the children be considered citizens of the U.S.? With the immigration problem the way it is, it's lunacy to allow that. 54% (1,350 votes)

    Yes. The right to citizenship is guaranteed by the Constitution. Funny how the right-wing fanatics want to forget about the Constitution when it suits them. 16% (393 votes)

    No. The Founding Fathers never envisioned the world we live in now, with the immigration problems. The Constitution should be amended to reflect the changing world. 20% (511 votes)

    Yes. The children should not be made to suffer because the parents, for one reason or another, did not attain legal status. Don’t punish the kids. They are citizens. 10% (260 votes)
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    No. If the parents are here illegally, then how can the children be considered citizens of the U.S.? With the immigration problem the way it is, it's lunacy to allow that. 54% (1,378 votes)

    Yes. The right to citizenship is guaranteed by the Constitution. Funny how the right-wing fanatics want to forget about the Constitution when it suits them. 16% (398 votes)

    No. The Founding Fathers never envisioned the world we live in now, with the immigration problems. The Constitution should be amended to reflect the changing world. 20% (519 votes)

    Yes. The children should not be made to suffer because the parents, for one reason or another, did not attain legal status. Don’t punish the kids. They are citizens. 10% (263 votes)

    Total Votes: 2,558



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    No. If the parents are here illegally, then how can the children be considered citizens of the U.S.? With the immigration problem the way it is, it's lunacy to allow that. 54.4% (1,440 votes)

    Yes. The right to citizenship is guaranteed by the Constitution. Funny how the right-wing fanatics want to forget about the Constitution when it suits them. 15.5% (409 votes)

    No. The Founding Fathers never envisioned the world we live in now, with the immigration problems. The Constitution should be amended to reflect the changing world. 20% (530 votes)

    Yes. The children should not be made to suffer because the parents, for one reason or another, did not attain legal status. Don’t punish the kids. They are citizens. 10.1% (266 votes)

    Total Votes: 2,645
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