"A World Gone Mad."
- Insane Liberals (and many so-called "Conservatives") are falling all over each other to sell out America to the citizens of foreign nations. Deep down they hate their own nation and will not be happy until the American people are replaced by foreigners.
A new legislative proposal from Democratic State Senator Guestavo Rivera of New York may have just proven that opponents of lax border policies have a legitimate concern as it relates to diluting the Conservative and Libertarian voter block, as well as the burden of more government spending to accommodate the influx of people requiring assistance.
If passed, the new law would give illegal immigrants the right to not only vote in local and state elections, but they’d also enjoy many of the taxpayer funded benefits available to American citizens.
In terms of the broad benefits available to non-citizens, this bill is the first of its kind in America reports the Daily Caller.
|The main objective of the New York Is Home Act, according to Rivera, is to integrate illegal immigrants, who are estranged from participation in civic, economic and political life|
The legislation not only gives illegal immigrants the right to vote, but establishes a kind of second-tiered citizenship on a state level, in which illegal immigrants can apply for tuition assistance, health insurance and driver’s and professional licenses, among other benefits.
“It’s mind-boggling,” says Michael Olivas, a professor at the University of Houston Law Center who specializes in immigration law, according to Businessweek. “I don’t believe there’s ever been a serious attempt to codify so many benefits and opportunities.”
According to the language in the bill, so long as non-citizens can demonstrate that they have lived and paid taxes in New York for three years, they are eligible for the broad spectrum of benefits available under the legislation.
In order to obtain these benefits, non-citizens would have to take an oath to uphold the constitution of the state and agree to serve on a jury, if requested.