Pro-Amnesty Group Demands US Adopt “Bill of Rights for Undocumented Americans”
The court ruling on Obama's illegal amnesty is "in" and the injunction to halt Obama's illegal amnesty stands. However, Obama's lawdogs will continue to pursue lawlessness as they intend to follow the chain to the Supreme Court -- the "Black Robed Nine" who will overturn the circuit court's decision as it is the majority in their chamber that "rule" the united States. In the meantime, illegal alien invaders, through the pro-amnesty "United We Stand" nonprofit, created a "Bill of Rights for Undocumented Americans" they demand the entire nation adopt into the "law of the land."
This "Bill of Rights for Undocumented Americans" consists of 10 demands these illegal alien invaders expect all citizens to read and capitulate to them. Their "Bill of Rights" revolves around the presumptive claim that all are human beings entitled to citizenship. Marcelino Jose writes, "Since Congress refuses to act, it's time we take matters into our own hands. Our Undocumented American's Bill of Rights is a good start. Instead of making impregnable border security the beginning and end of all immigration discussions, let's find a roadmap forward."
First of all, Mr. Jose, get a copy of the Constitution of the united States of America and read it thoroughly. You will find that "We the People", meaning citizens of this nation, vest legislative authority in a Congress consisting of the House of Representatives and a Senate to establish laws based on the enumerated powers detailed in Article I, Section 8, which includes "uniform Rules of Naturalization." When Congress refuses to "enact" laws we like or "change" existing laws to suit our ideas, the Constitution does not "authorize" citizens to "take matters into their own hands." That, Sir, is lawlessness at its pinnacle. Of course, many illegal alien invaders come from nations run by corrupt, criminal governments, which lawlessness and acting on one's own is acceptable.
Second, Mr. Jose, illegal alien invaders have zero standing to be "demanding" anything from the government of the united States or the citizens of this nation. Entering this nation illegally is a crime punishable by law. Many citizens of the united States refuse to negotiate with criminals. Since the Constitution authorizes the federal government to protect the States by "repelling invasions," any means to prevent invasion, to include building an "impregnable wall," is clearly in their jurisdiction. If the federal government fails to perform its Constitutionally authorized duty, the States can then "engage" in "repelling invasions" due to being in imminent danger -- Article I, Section 10. The "roadmap forward" is dealing with illegal alien invaders according to the law. The united States is a nation of laws and we intend to keep it that way despite many in government and the illegal sitting president to do otherwise.