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Illegal Aliens are Illegal Aliens, Period!

by D. E. Carson (writer), , April 08, 2007

This column is probably going to offend some. Frankly, I don't care. America is my home and I will defend it to the end. If you are offended, that's your problem and I make no apologies.

What is it going to take to get people to realize that when someone does something that is against the law, it is an illegal act and the perpetrator is a criminal? If I drive a car and run over someone, then leave the scene, that person is a victim and I am a criminal. But let someone come to the United States without following the proper channels, that person is given a pass???

I don’t think so!

TO: The illegal aliens protesting in Los Angeles
FROM: The REAL citizens of the United States
RE: Your Status

You know who you are and it is time that you are served notice. If you are here illegally you are committing a crime and, therefore you are a criminal. Allow this to serve as your notice that unless you have applied for and/or have in your possession authentic documents allowing you to be in this country, your status is ILLEGAL ALIEN. YOU ARE IN VIOLATION OF THE IMMIGRATION LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND YOU ARE A CRIMINAL! Therefore you are hereby ordered out of the United States of America until such time as you can obtain AUTHENTIC documentation allowing you into the country.

Sincerely,

The LEGAL Citizens of the United States of America

I think this just about sums this up. There is not a sane, common-sense person in the USA who would deny anyone the right to come into this country THROUGH THE PROPER CHANNELS. Every single nation in this world has laws that one must follow in order to legally reside in that country. Why the hell does the USA have to be any different? We are a sovereign nation with our own legally recognized borders and anyone crossing those borders without proper permission should be immediately arrested, taken to jail, be fingerprinted and photographed, DNA sampled and then put on a bus/plane/insert-appropriate-vehicle-here back to the country from which he or she came. If that person is found to be carrying forged documentation, then they will forfeit the right to obtain legal documentation for five years for the first offense and for life for the second. If they continue to violate the borders, they will be thrown into an American prison for the rest of their lives with no contact with the outside world – ever!

People who are in this country illegally have NO RIGHTS because they are not citizens. Remember, the preamble of the Constitution begins with the words “We the people of the United States…” It does not say “We who just happen to be here right now…” The Constitution defines the sovereignty of the USA and limits the rights it extends only to those who are legal citizens, whether they were born here or came here legally.

Finally, the Fourteenth Amendment was never intended to mean that someone could sneak over our border and have a baby here just to get benefits, but because some scum bag lawyer (or the ACLU – a scum bag organization) decided to convince a scum bag judge to agree that it should, we now have what are called “anchor babies” living here with parents leeching money from our entitlement programs claiming they have the right to this money. No. They are parasites on our government and they need to be removed. The babies need to have their citizenship revoked and the whole family needs to go back to the country from which they came. If the parents want their children to grow up here, they need to apply for citizenship legally and LEARN THE DAMN LANGUAGE!

This whole idea of printing government forms in 53 different languages is absurd as well as just stupid. Germany doesn’t accommodate someone wanting to immigrate there. Germany expects immigrants to learn Deutche. France expects immigrants to learn French. Why shouldn’t America expect its immigrants to learn English? The legal immigrants learn English, so what does that say about illegal aliens? It says they do not like or even respect the United States of America, just as a parasite does not like or respect its host. In fact, parasites do something else besides feed off of a host. Eventually, they kill the host. Not intentionally, but it does happen. When enough parasitic illegal aliens begin siphoning the resources of America, America will DIE.

And by the way, people who are in this country in violation of immigration laws are illegal aliens, period. They are not “illegal immigrants”, that term is an oxymoron. Illegal aliens are not “undocumented immigrants”, that is also an oxymoron. These people are ILLEGAL ALIENS. They need to either get legal, or get out!


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By merijoe on April 08, 2007 at 05:35 pm
right on. I agree. that's my opinion, period.
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By Kay C on April 08, 2007 at 07:15 pm
Why is the USA different you ask?? Because corporate america benefits from the massive pool of CHEAPO labor - Also, I know rich people that pay "poor" people $30 a day to clean their three story house and take care of their two kids...how about looking at both sides????
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By Matt Weston on April 08, 2007 at 07:24 pm
A bit of advice: go easy on the CAPS. The only thing I find offensive as a reader is the impression I'm being yelled at. Any thoughts on the guest worker program? The small loans being doled out from Bank of America and others? Should leniency be allowed for those attempting to pick up the language in good faith? I feel like any kind of mass deportation would be protracted by a wave of lawsuits. With however many millions already here, is there no acceptable solution other than the hardest line?
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By Steven Lane on April 08, 2007 at 07:58 pm
D.E., you aren't going the same support on this that you got on $4.00 gas. Thanks Elizabeth, Reza and Matt, you saved me from a lot of typing. All three make excellent points. My ears are ringing.
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By Kay C on April 08, 2007 at 09:31 pm
Which part exactly do you agree with El G -- the dehumanizing of people or the exploitation of those people by Business $$$$$$$$ ????? ...and am I to assume you prefer Peter Gabriel???
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By Crowbar on April 08, 2007 at 09:32 pm
you had me.... and then you lost me.... here's how i some it up.... everybody has the right to break the law, and then they have the same right to face criminal charges when caught... i applaud every mexican who leaves his homeland to come to this country for a better life, but i dont applaud the bending of our laws, the misuse of the bill of rights, and the blatent disregard for our legal system... i am always in favor of doing the crime, but you must be able to do the time.
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By Kay C on April 08, 2007 at 10:07 pm
I don't presume to speak on their behalf, only my own - I just cannot fathom the mean-spiritedness with which you and the author "agree". Now, If you don't agree with such mean-spiritness, you should not say that "You philosophically agree" -- which is it? Or is just the muddling of issues the funnest part? "Follow you, follow me" is quite good with Phil at the helm...happy bunny day:)
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By D. E. Carson on April 09, 2007 at 12:58 am
Illegal Aliens, Part II I never expected such responses. I knew I would offend and I really don’t care. I will, however, respond to the responses I got. Katherine: “Corporate America [sic] benefits from the massive pool of CHEAPO labor…” Sure, they do. Including the cheapo labor they find in India. If corporate schmucks want to use cheap labor, then send the jobs to the country instead of letting them come here. As for rich people paying $30/day for housekeeping, I know people who pay $40/month for grounds keeping, so your point would be what? You’re very close to a non-sequitor here with your statement. I don’t apologize for my tone. I prefaced my column with the very warning your responses seemed to ignore. You informed El G I was mean-spirited. If telling illegal aliens they are illegal, breaking the law, criminals and have no rights in this country is mean, then so be it. It also happens to be the unvarnished, plain and simple truth. If you can’t handle the truth, then I feel sorry for you. Reza B: I would like to thank you for your compliment on my use of “scumbag.” I am so very grateful to be able to have such an accomplished writer as yourself offering advice on my writing ability. It’s too bad I don’t mean any of that. What I read is more than just the “Democrat Times of Los Angeles/New York” and the “Washington ComPost”. Additionally, I find my information in places other than on the Clinton News Network, All Bill Clinton, Nothing But Clinton and Clinton Broadcasting System. All of the aforementioned “news” outlets are far too liberal in their slant for my comfort. So therefore, I have this to say: Yes, I read more than I write; I’ll concede your point on parasites; you proved my point about oxymoron – “illegal immigrant” falls under the definition because immigrants are people who actually want to be here and therefore are here legally. By definition, no one can be “illegal” and an “immigrant” at the same time. It cannot be done. Matt: The use of caps does not represent yelling in this context – it is for emphatic effect only. Steve: I’m sure there are people who do agree with me, they just are afraid to voice agreement because they fear retaliation from left wing schmucks. I’m not implying that you are, I’m just responding to your comment. El G: Thank you for letting me know you agree, and for the record, I did warn readers that what I was going to say wasn’t going to be pretty. Unfortunately, some people have to be whacked in the head with the proverbial two-by-four to get their attention. This article was intended to be just that. The truth isn’t always pretty and frankly, the people who most vocally disagree with me are the ones who cannot handle the truth no matter how it is packaged. Euphemistic language is not something I excel at nor do I wish to. You will always know where I stand on something. I don’t like to tip-toe around something. It goes back to something my dad always told me, “You have to stand for something or you will fall for anything.” My dad never tip-toed around a subject. Sure, he didn’t have a lot of things he could have because he didn’t back down, but even his staunchest enemies respected him because they always knew were they stood with him. As a side note, my dad was also a very kind, gentle and patient man and I miss him dearly. He was a good role model. Finally, to all of you who read my article and didn’t respond, let me say, if you agree, you need to stand up and let it be known that you agree. To sit there and say “it’s not my problem” is the worst thing you can do for this country. We are being overrun by illegal aliens and we need to stop the flood before it is too late. Standing up for what is right (correct, not conservative) is why America broke away from Great Britain in the first place. It is not right that illegal aliens are allowed to receive government entitlements into which they have never paid. It is also not right for pregnant women to come to America so their child can be born here so that she, too, can receive benefits to which she is not entitled, having never paid into the system. Since when is it mean-spirited to want to see your home country kept secure, sovereign and protected? That’s not mean-spiritedness – that’s patriotism!
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By Kay C on April 09, 2007 at 02:39 am
Indeed Reza, of the most heinous kind.
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By Kay C on April 09, 2007 at 03:07 am
My only real point D.E. -- instead of such a one-sided generalization/demonization of the "Other/marginalized group" - how about an overall look at the dynamics of the issue - it is a multifaceted, complex, nuanced issue. It involves human desperation as well as the underbelly of capitalist economics, and the laws of supply and demand. In the larger world, a more thoughtful analysis will probably do more towards solving this issue. But as you warned at the beginning, such wasn't really your aim. Plus, your patriotic president doesn't seem to agree with you at all on this issue - so maybe this does have more to do with $$$$$$$$$$ and business than patriotism (whatever that means).
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By Tumerica on April 09, 2007 at 11:03 am
Dude! You don't represent "The REAL Citizens of the United States" any more than I do. If your ancestors are northern European, as mine are, then they are guilty of genocide and theft--the stealing of an entire continent from the Native Americans who lived here originally. Where was the legality issue in that era? Every other human who lives in the space that is now called the Unites States of America is living on stolen land and is therefore a variety of illegal alien. Let me put it plainly, you, D.E. Carson, are an illegal alien. Just a matter of perspective. And by the way, if you don't care for that perspective, I suggest you consider taking a hike across the border somewhere and re-establishing yourself anew. Because otherwise, you are a dying breed here in the U.S.A, a country founded--illegally or not--by and for immigrants. Get used to it, immigrants are here to stay and there are more on the way. They will be all around you--your neighbors and your co-workers, your leaders and your subordinates. So you can either embrace it or leave.
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By Kay C on April 09, 2007 at 01:42 pm
Thank you Tumerica for making The most important point of all --- this country was stolen from Native Americans!!! Where is the outrage???? Oh and how sad to build a wall????? As regressive a 'solution' as is possible.
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By Kay C on April 09, 2007 at 01:50 pm
Oh and Joseph - that was MY point. Bush won't declare "them" all criminals and do a mass deportation of those already here. He wants a gwp.
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By Kay C on April 09, 2007 at 05:11 pm
Joseph - thank you for a more balanced, thoughtful perspective. After all, we are all human, seemingly on an endless search for "something better."
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By D. E. Carson on April 10, 2007 at 01:40 am
Tumerica: There was a time in my life when your response "...you, D.E. Carson, are an illegal alien..." would have infuriated me to the point that I would have written a scathing rebuke. Now, I just laugh at people like you. Your argument is like telling me I owe blacks an apology for slavery. Sorry, ain't gonna happen. I will neither apologize to native Americans or blacks for something in which my family did not participate. It does sound as though you are the one who has a problem with the establishment of America. BTW, are *your* bags packed and ready to go "back" to Northern Europe? I didn't think so...
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By D. E. Carson on April 10, 2007 at 01:50 am
Oh and one more thing, Tumerica. You obviously can't read too well, so I'll spell this part out for you. The article never said anything about the LEGAL immigrants in America. I have no problem with people coming to America for a better life -- so long as they do it legally. The article was about illegal aliens and how they come over here and screw up the system one way or another. You might want to think about how you'd tell the parents of the two girls killed by a drunk illegal alien in Virginia Beach, VA that their killer was not deported after commiting three previous crimes and how the police chief of Virginia Beach is an advocate of the "Sanctuary City" policy that prohibits law enforcement from checking the immigration status of anyone they arrest. Then you can tell the family of the director and his son who were killed here in California on PCH by another illegal alien how their killer was a "fence jumper" There is no excuse for illegal aliens being here. They are not welcome nor wanted. If they want to come here, do it legally! As I said before, "get legal or get out!"
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By Kay C on April 10, 2007 at 04:00 am
Foreign invaders huh? Yes, while some "foreign invaders" sneak across the border with water jugs and sandals, others just use the power of their overwhelming military force.
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By Kay C on April 10, 2007 at 12:28 pm
The truth hurts El G -- oops, I forgot, "Truth" doesn't seem to be a concept practiced much in the neo conservative movement/reality. Go back to Lou Dobbs and 24. I was making a point about irony, and an even larger one about about hypocrisy. Gee, I love you in a......I just love you:)
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By D. E. Carson on April 10, 2007 at 06:53 pm
"I forgot, "Truth" doesn't seem to be a concept practiced much in the neo conservative movement/reality." More than can be said for the liberal stick-their-head-in-the-sand-and-hope-the-problem-goes-away approach. You just don't get it, do you Katherine? The truth is there are people in this country who are breaking the law just by being here. But you seem to be okay with that. If you think it's okay for illegal aliens to come here and just put down roots and if you think that America was "stolen", then why are you still here? If you feel so strongly that it is the Europeans who are here illegally, then why not right the wrong and pack up and get out? Oh, wait, I forgot, liberals don't have the guts to put their money where their mouths are. I happen to think America is America and arguing over whether Europeans are illegal is at best an academic discussion with no practical resolution and at worst, just the stupidest argument ever conceived. The European bell cannot be unrung, but the illegal alien invasion of the late 20th/early 21st century can still be dealt with.
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By Kay C on April 10, 2007 at 08:37 pm
All I ask is that you take a more balanced approach - look at those that hire them, those that benefit from their cheap labour - whether it be restaurants, agriculture, landscaping, or sweat shops...or those that pay $40 a month for their gardener. Examine the context that creates this situation that you so detest.
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By Kay C on April 10, 2007 at 11:42 pm
Or maybe it'll take you, El G, another 40 years to grow a sense of empathy, an ounce of compassion, a sense of history, or an understanding of the interconnectedness of all things. But who am I kidding? My leftist daydream long ago turned into a right-wing nightmare.
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By Kay C on April 10, 2007 at 11:50 pm
oh and ps -- an illegal just saved my life - thank god he hadn't been deported, or I wouldn't be here to grace this site.
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By D. E. Carson on April 11, 2007 at 12:16 am
Interconnectedness of all things?!?!? G-A-A-A-A-A-A-A-H!!!!!!!!!!!! It's Attack of the New Age Movement Metaphors!!! Why oh why did I ever practise Wicca??? Bad D.E. Carson, Bad D. E.! Oh wait, that was *MY* nightmare... Now to be serious. I *USED* to be a vocal, stubborn, angry liberal. I can still remember laughing hystrerically at one of my co-workers who would spend his lunch hour sitting in his car listening to Rush Limbaugh. I, too, used to believe that conservatives were out to rape America for all it was worth and had no regard for anyone but themselves. I remember being so angry with Ronald Reagan and his "supply-side economics" that I wanted to spit in his face. Then an amazing thing happened: I grew up, moved out of my mother's house and started living on my own, paying my own taxes and realizing that I was being lied to by every liberal politican out there. It's an interesting thing when your rose-colored glasses are broken. I always believed that conservatives were lying and I suddenly realized that liberals were also lying. Once you come to the realization that all politicans lie, you are free to begin seeking the truth on your own. Recently, the "main scream media" (humble bows to Larry Elder) has begun leaning more and more to the left and I started having to use the Internet to look for the truth. My favorite argument is in regards to the reason Bill Clinton was impeached. Liberals want to convince everyone that he was impeached for having sex with Monica Lewinsky. In reality, if you actually read the Articles of Impeachment, Clinton was impeached for obstruction of justice in the Paula Jones case and for lying under oath to Kenneth Starr -- a little thing called perjury. If you read the articles at this website: http://www.law.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/clinton/senatevotes.html, you will see nothing about being charged with having sex, he was impeached for LYING about having sex. So, if you think that the liberal press is lying about why Clinton was impeached, then it is possible that they are lying about other things.
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By Kay C on April 11, 2007 at 12:38 am
D.E. - I have never ever been a Clinton fan, nor have I ever proclaimed myself to be.
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By Kay C on April 11, 2007 at 12:47 am
But since we both agree that politicians lie, my concern is with the IMPLICATIONS of the lie. It's really none of my business about blowjobs nor do I care, the lies that brought us into the Iraq mess are a different matter, as the cost has been incalculable.
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By D. E. Carson on April 11, 2007 at 02:10 am
Katherine: To which lie about Iraq are you referring? If you plan to use the "Bush Lied, People Died" mantra on me, may I suggest some heavy reading on your part. I dare you to read these two articles and tell me that "Bush Lied, People Died". If you continue to believe that mantra, you didn't read the articles thoroughly enough and I will say that you need to read them again. Here are links to the articles: http://www.opinionjournal.com/extra/?id=110007540 and http://www.opinionjournal.com/extra/?id=110007540 If you wish, you can send me a message through this website so you don't have to publish your response in this forum if you don't want to. As for the cost being "incalculable", try on these numbers for size. The current population of America is 300 million. So far, only 3,500 people have died in the war. The Civil War saw 600,000 Americans die when the population was only about 30 million. World War II saw 400,000 Americans die from a population of about 150 million. Comparing the numbers in terms of today's population, America lost 6 million soldiers in the Civil War and 800,000 in World War II. Both of those wars lasted about four years. The Iraq war has lasted four years, and in that time we've only lost 3,500 men and women? How is that incalculable? Sure I don't like to see anyone die, but when fighting a war to protect America, someone's gotta die. That's part of the rules of the game. I would say that we're doing pretty well having only lost 3,500 people over 4 years.
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By Kay C on April 11, 2007 at 02:24 am
This is not a war to protect America, please - the resentment toward this country has only grown exponentially. Even Bush finally admitted there was no connection between Iraq and 911. And "only" 3,5OO people have died?????? You mean Americans right - since they seem to be the only ones who count in your world. It'll take far more than a couple of articles to convince me that this invasion was anything other than a miserable disaster. So, let's just agree to vastly disagree, and call it a day.
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By Kay C on April 11, 2007 at 03:04 am
I thought you didn't believe in fear, El G, but yet you'd have me shaking in my boots waiting for some big bad illegal immigrant to violate me at knifepoint. Capitalism doesn't scare me El G, only monumental injustice and exploitation. Perhaps, it is because in the womb I grew this strange, interesting thing --- perhaps you've heard of it -- it's called a conscience. I know that love scares you El G...but alas, you are loved anyway.
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By Kay C on April 11, 2007 at 03:21 am
And could you have spelled my name with a C?????
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By D. E. Carson on April 11, 2007 at 07:19 pm
"So, let's just agree to vastly disagree, and call it a day." In other words, Katherine, no matter what, you'll never consider actually examining the facts, just blindly accept what the liberal media tells you without checking out the facts for yourself. You're a politician's favorite constituent: uninformed and gullible, the very kind Hitler used to grow the German National Socialist Party (you might know them as Nazis if you bothered to pick up a real history book). El G is right about you. This simply has to be a phase through which you must pass. I'm sure that once you emerge from your cocoon as a butterfly, you'll understand why America cannot survive under liberalism.
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By Kay C on April 12, 2007 at 01:16 am
Gosh do you have things mixed up D.E. - Hitler grew people who supported immoral invasions and the ruthless dehumanization of others based on hysterical patriotism...sound familiar? ..so woefully mixed up - even worse than calling Imus a conservative. Get a grasp of your concepts.
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By Kay C on April 12, 2007 at 04:18 am
Also, the "interconnectedness of all things" is not a metaphor - may I suggest you turn off Fox news, and pick up a quantum physics text. And, again you have the butterfly thing backwards - as people evolve, they become MORE compassionate, Not less so. Peace, D.E.
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By solshine on April 28, 2007 at 11:43 am
The commentary between Katherine Carlson and El G is more riveting that the article they are referencing!!! I propose a weekly column where they debate a serious issue.....or whether or not the color blue is better than the color yellow...!
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By D. E. Carson on April 28, 2007 at 07:21 pm
Yes, but had it not been for the article, they wouldn't have had the discussion in the first place. I was very happy to have offered the catalyst for such a discussion. Like it or not, it was actually a well-written article -- much better than the one I wrote on $4/Gallon Gasoline.
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