When it comes to the illegal immigration crisis, Jesus is the final judge, jury and executioner
There has been much talk lately amongst Conservative Christian political leaders about the need to slightly modify what were the Founding Father’s intentions when crafting the 14th Amendment of our Sacred Constitution.
The 14th amendment currently gives the Sacred Right of American Citizenship to little mexican anchor babies. Quickly, the swelled up mexican doe leaps across our border just in time to drop the baby (“hop and drop” to proclaim citizenship for their entire extended family.
I think we can all agree that no Founding Father worthy of that title and of reasonable mind or character would ever intend to give mexicans citizenship. Indeed, mexicans were the sworn enemies of our Founding Fathers, who fought two bloody wars–The Spanish American War and the Mexican War–to make sure they stayed in their own burn countries and away from our borders.
So it is clear and nobody would argue that we need to simply repeal the 14th Amendment by a simple vote of acclamation and do so with very little additional discussion, which is unnecessary. After that, the only people who will be granted citizenship will be American children, and the occasional brown skinned collaborator who earns it for helping us in our ongoing War against islam.
But will repealing the 14th Amendment do as much good as we hope? That sounds like a stupid question, but it actually isn’t. A repeal of the 14th Amendment will stop illegal fetal immigration, but it will not stop illegal immigration by the mexicans who are already across our borders and roaming about in our neighborhoods after dark, seeking to steal our Women’s flowers and our yardwork equipment from our garages and sheds, and who are abusing our precious Healthcare Resources.
But there is a Repeal Solution that might just work against these savages. We can repeal the 13th Amendment, which was heartlessly imposed upon the entire country after the War of Northern Aggression. The 13th Amendment is the simplist and most simpleminded Amendment of our Constitution. It simply outlaws slavery. The amendment is so short, it is clear that the Founders were not at all enthusiastic about it. Therefore, it is fair and reasonable to conclude that the Founders intended for the 13th Amendment not to pass, or if it did pass, not to be affirmed. Or if it was affirmed, not to survive repeal initiatives. Clearly, therefore, from this careful reading of history, in outlawing slavery, the Founders did not intend to outlaw slavery.
How can repealing the 13th Amendment solve our illegal immigration crisis? That is a pretty stupid question. The answer should be obvious.
Right now, the illegal mexicans have nothing to motivate them to return to their own burn country because the Federal government refuses to do its job of rounding them up and deporting them.
If Conservatives had them rounded up in a Legal Citizens Initiative, which is wholly in our rights, and then packed up on rail cars and shipped back across the border, then the lamestream media would have a field day taking pictures and producing videos with their hands reaching out and begging for food and water. The net result is it would make us, the ones who are trying to save this Country as opposed to the libs who are tearing it apart, look like the bad guys.
Conservatives like myself don’t normally care one burn about political correctedness, but such newsreel would be pretty bad political correctedness publicity for us.
But if we repealed the outlawing of slavery, then anybody could take a slave whenever and whereever they wanted. Quietly. Man by man.
For example, you could drive down to the Home Depot, pretend you got a big job for them and pick up a whole truck full of them. In fact, they’ll be jumping into your truck and you’ll have a hard time not taking too many.
Once you get them to your home, you can make them your slaves and do all the hard work they’d normally do for you, but for free. You could put them all in the shed at night and lock it up. And then have them work for you the next day, and again and again and again. Just like we used to do it in the old days.
Eventually they’ll figure it out and realize they are slaves. If they escape, they’ll get picked up by other Americans, who will make them there slaves, too.
Before you know it, they’ll be too afraid to loiter about the Home Depot begging for work for fear of becoming a slave. Eventually, they’ll get the message and before you know it again, they’ll be sneaking back across their border at night on their way home, trying to escape detection by Our Border Security teams, who would turn them into slaves if they caught them hopping the fences to the south.
Word will get back to all the mexican bucks back in mexico that American is not the Land of Opportunity for mexicans, that they will lose their freedoms and whatnot if they came here.
That would instantly solve the illegal immigration crisis.
I have plenty of commentators who come to this award winning interblog to tell me my ideas are stupid. Do you think this one is stupid, too?
Well if you want permission to say that my idea is stupid, first provide the name of one African negro who voluntarily came to the United States of America prior to when the 13th Amendment was passed.
Just one name.