Today's united States would be unrecognizable to our founding fathers. Not only would they be surprised at the "transformation" by the corrupt, crony federal government, these honorable men would be surprised at the people, their posterity, who accepted the continual power usurpation turning the people into the "creature" of the government instead of the government's creator. Likewise, the signers of both the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the united States of America would be appalled at the application of inequity of the law. The men who pledged their sacred honor to establish this nation as a free constitutional republic would scorn at the States for their participation.
When watching the presidential campaigns, the founders would absolutely question Democratic presidential candidate and former Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley for his efforts to pass the DREAM Act in Maryland and offer driver's licenses to illegal alien invaders. More importantly, these learned men might ask O'Malley what is a "New American immigrant" and why the term is used to describe individuals who entered the nation unlawfully? At a campaign event in Indianola, Iowa, O'Malley used the term when responding to a question. The question concerned "how his efforts to extend licenses to illegal immigrants will factor into his immigration reform policy as president."
O'Malley answered, "[The] questions about new American immigrants and driver's licenses about new American immigrants or not-yet-documented citizens. We passed this in my state. It took a while, had to go over a couple of successive administrations, but we got it done."
He continued on to say, "It seemed to us that it made absolutely no sense to make it impossible for people to legally drive to and from work and to get insurance to cover themselves in case God forbid they were in an accident or with you and your family if they hit your car, so we passed that."
What actually makes sense is to return these illegal alien invaders to their country of origin since they broke the law when they entered the nation uninvited. Moreover, the States should not be so willing to accommodate and appease these illegal alien invaders and the administration in dealing with criminals. These criminals should be ineligible for employment, much less awarded a driver's license or be eligible for any government program. Many cannot speak English, but the politically correct government prints posters in over 50 languages. Go to your nearest Social Security Administration office, look at the posters and count the languages. It's probably closer to 100, but there was little wait time that day so that's as far as I got in counting.
O'Malley was also able to pass the DREAM Act in his state while governor and "defend it at the ballot."
"It was losing by the way 55-45. We turned that around, and it won with 58 percent of the vote," he said. "We were also able to take care of more Central American refugee kids per capita than any other state in the union," he said, adding that it was "partly because of the language that we used and the ethic we called for."
Again, O'Malley when speaking about the unaccompanied children that entered the nation uses political correct language. Referring to them as "Central American refugee kids," he brags that Maryland cares for more per capita than any other State. Too bad O'Malley didn't consider the burden on the taxpayer and systems illegal alien invaders consume. O'Malley should not use the word "ethic" as he demonstrates he does not know the meaning of the word.
As far as the term "New American immigrant," the former governor claims he has always used the term.
"I've always used the term new Americans. I believe our country is made better in every generation by the arrival of new American immigrants," he said.
"In every generation, new Americans make us stronger and better as a country, and we're selling ourselves short by not having comprehensive immigration reform. So expectations become behavior. These 11 million people aren't going to be put on Noah's ark and sent someplace. Many of them have children who were born here," O'Malley said.
He claims to believe the nation is made better and stronger through having "new Americans." The best way to have "new Americans" in every generation is for citizens to increase the number of children birthed. However, O'Malley is not encouraging the birth of "new Americans" by citizens. He encourages the import of "new Americans" from foreign nations at a time when 96 million Americans are unemployed and businesses are closing their doors. Why can't illegal alien invaders be sent back to their country of origin? It is the law. Also, birthing a child in this nation should not mean an automatic invitation to stay. Actually, enforcement of immigration laws would make this nation strong. Limitation on legal immigration would ensure that citizens are first and foremost in this nation.
Thanks to Margaret Sanger, the feminists and government, the traditional family has been decimated over the years through various mechanisms. Sanger, the eugenicist who advocated aborting minority babies to "limit" those she considered unsavory for American society, promoted birth control while the feminists promoted career over family. As the number of women pursuing careers increased, women began having children later in life and less in number. The farce of the need for population control took its toll as well. Government, through manipulation of the economy and inflation, assisted the "population control" scheme by making it difficult for married couples to afford children and promoted the narrative of women as single parents, heads of households and life without a husband.
O'Malley promotes "comprehensive immigration reform," like so many other candidates, instead of enforcement of current immigration laws legislated by Congress. One provision of the immigration law that should change immediately is the "anchor baby" clause. Comprehensive revision is unnecessary. Revisions of clauses are needed to cease awarding individuals who violate our immigration laws.
Another desperately needed revision is the number of illegal alien invaders. The 11 million number is promoted by government officials and the news media. Everyone knows it is inaccurate. Instead of 11 million, the number is probably closer to 40 million plus or minus a few million.
Misinformation is the protocol of all politicians in every area concerning government. Media "talking heads" and "silicone Barbies" pick up the rhetoric, parrot it to the American public and the liberal ding dongs push it down the throats of citizens who look to government to enforce the law, not violate it. Basically, these politicians are pandering for votes to demographics considered important in this race. However, illegal alien invaders do not vote. Their relatives and friends may if they are citizens.
The building of a nation rests within its borders and the hands of the citizens who should populate the nation. As has been seen, many immigrants and many illegal alien invaders do not want to assimilate into American culture. Instead, the government is lobbied to change this nation into one they left behind -- and our elected officials respond!
Government will winnow out those loyal to this nation and its Constitution, in favor of the "-American" liberals and "new American immigrants."
Our founding fathers would be filled with remorse at their decision to risk all for freedom and liberty to pass a free nation to posterity who squanders their sacrifice for the most frivolous of reasons. They would engage these politically correct stooges in discussion to determine the "vision" of the nation. Unfortunately, the founders would probably find these charlatans unreasonable, difficult to understand, and masters of circular logic. They would then take us to task for our apathetic, cowardly, and neglectful behavior.
Likewise, media pundits would earn the wrath of the founders for their participation and unwillingness to provide the people with the truth, hold politicians accountable and unethical behavior in selling out to the government propaganda machine. The nation birthed by courageous, honorable, and ethical men will cease to exist except in revised history books that exclude truthful narrative and include liberal lies. If that is all that happens, the citizens are lucky for we, as Americans, deserve worse. If the founders were here, they would say we deserve exactly what we get.Don't forget to Like Freedom Outpost on Facebook, Google Plus, & Twitter. You can also get Freedom Outpost delivered to your Amazon Kindle device here.