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To: UriĀ’el-2012
I read Colter’s article. Brennan created as much trouble as he could. Congress can still solve the problem with a statute, as I said.

John / Billybob

9 posted on 08/06/2010 6:01:35 PM PDT by Congressman Billybob (www.TheseAretheTimes.us)
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To: Congressman Billybob
Who gets to say who are "subject to the jurisdiction"? Congress can solve the anchor baby problem immediately by a statute.

Lets hope it has already been said. Otherwise, a socialist-controlled Congress could address the issue within the next few months pursuant to its agenda.

One can argue that if the aberration on which the significant "anchor-baby" policy is based simply appeared in a judicial footnote, then correcting the policy is the objective. If the open borders crowd seek a judicial review of the footnote, they should fail given the history of the 14th.

In any event, it does not seem necessary or warranted to rewrite the 14th.

Thank you for the link!

28 posted on 08/06/2010 7:21:30 PM PDT by frog in a pot (Wake up America! You are losing the war against your families and your Constitution!)
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To: Congressman Billybob
Well, how would such a statute be worded? Do we shoot for including ALL the anchor babies in the country, or just those born after a certain date? IMHO, it needs to be done, and either way, needs to be done quickly. I tasked my congresscritter a couple of years ago with exactly this same possible way out of our problem, and never got a reply, or even a sneer. Thanks, John. More publicity on this sure can't hurt.
31 posted on 08/06/2010 7:30:32 PM PDT by Southbound ("A liar in public life is worse than a full-paid-up Communist, and I don't care who he is." - HST)
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