Anchor babies/Human shields

Anchor babies/Human shields
By
Sarge

Well, here we are. I warned you it was coming soon. The cannibals in the Republican Party are attacking each other.

The Republican Party is formulating a battle plan to diminish the challenge their most dangerous enemy has presented for them. They’re trying like hell to figure out just what it will take to diminish the power and destructive might of forces they refuse to recognize in an opponent. And, thus we see the Republican Party’s need to coalesce behind battle-plans allowing them to progress beyond their present status of perpetual “also-ran”.
The main problem with this tactical development is their drive not to overcome Hillary Clinton but Donald Trump or any of the other droids seeking to maintain a liberal, socialist leaning nation where the middle class pays for everything, and the “poor” and “disadvantaged” have no responsibility to produce for themselves or the common good. This act shows how stupid the Republican Party hierarchy is right now. The hierarchy is too idiotic to recognize if they adopted his combativeness while fiercely addressing issues the Democrats shrink from; they could better control the narrative Trump has stolen from them in their rejection of the American people’s ideal.

They’d rather be “one –size fits none” than tailor-made for the ideals of the Constitution.

I’m no fan of The Donald. But Trump, for all of his blather, bombast and bullspit (sic) has vocalized what many people feel is the truth: Political Correctness (PC) is dishonesty in action and it’s destructive in practice. It hides personal, political agendas and there’s no illumination possible because of the “Black hole” of carefully crafted words disguising the truth of the debate. PC casts shadows on truth. It darkens perception by diverting attention to the act of PC as opposed to dealing with the issues to be addressed.

Take this controversy concerning “ANCHOR BABIES”. The term was coined to denote the Constitutional dilemma of children being born of people illegally entered and residing in America. The definition is a child “anchors” the parents in the United States because the child was born in America and becomes a native born citizen of the United States under the principle defined in the 14th Amendment. The theory is nobody wants to destroy a family by deporting the parents even though the child IS a citizen. The 14th Amendment was designed and passed to assure slaves maintained their citizenship post-Civil War.

PC says: “These are bad, bad people who would hurt a family”.

Unfortunately, the controversy concerning the term leads us away from noting the frailty of the 14th Amendment and the destructive element of people looking to abuse the honorable intent of the Amendment. They’re trying to use it as a tool to remove illegal aliens from responsibility for their criminal actions conducted with malice aforethought. While everybody’s attention is directed to the “inhumane” treatment of “anchor babies”, they refuse to address the fact the mother crossed the border with the direct intent to violate the laws of the United States.

In this nation we impound the goods and money developed from the illegal actions of criminals. We address the fact these material possessions ARE a result of illegal actions and a fundamental element of criminal law is that NO individual, corporation or group shall profit from criminal acts in violation of standing, stated law. You don’t make millions of dollars from selling drugs and upon conviction for these crimes in court keep the ill-gotten gains. The state impounds the goods and profits.

In this case being discussed, the ill-gotten gain is citizenship and that citizenship of an infant is designed to keep the parents in this country because the child has “rights”. Where this is interesting (as it applies to developing a strategy) is in the fact a principle exists in legal understanding. This is called the Fruit of the Poisonous Tree.

The “Fruit of the Poisonous Tree” doctrine is an offspring of the Exclusionary Rule. The Exclusionary rule is a legal principle in the United States which holds that evidence collected or analyzed in violation of the defendant’s constitutional rights is sometimes inadmissible for a criminal prosecution in a court of law. (“The Fruit of the Poisonous Tree”.)

It’s interesting the principle of the “Poisonous Tree” is used to restrain the improper activities of the Police but isn’t used to combat the criminal efforts of illegal aliens to secure their residence in America through their conspiracy to bypass the spirit of a law. Should the conspiratorial efforts of a person be rewarded because the ill-gotten gains and benefits of the criminal activity are transferred to an “innocent” infant?

I wonder. Mostly I wonder why the so-called “legal experts” almost never argue for the benefit of people forced to support those violating the spirit of law and address the outright rape of the society directed to support them. Law is theory based on moral imperative. It is supposed to be based on ethical standards known, understood and shared by society. But law is subjective and the passions of the debate teams arguing the finer points shade the understanding.

I don’t want to hurt a kid; but I don’t want to have his/her parents profit from a vastly expanding Welfare State seeking to create a complex of socialist inspired crap I must pay for. So many people say the state will be hurting the innocent child. But, I’d say that it’s the parent that’s endangering the child by consciously USING the kid as a Human Shield designed (since before the child’s birth) to protect the parent from deportation. Therein exists the immorality of the process.

Screw the Democrat and Republican Parties and their particular brands of self-serving Political Correctness removing us from dealing with the real problems in America.

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