Draft Immigration Reform Act
President Bush pints to his total failure to enforce immigration laws by allowing twenty million illegal aliens into the US. He claims that "it is not possible" to expel so many because he as been such a complete failure. He uses his failing to justify amnesty, saying that so many illegal aliens "can not" be exported. We the People know that his lies and failure do not justify selling out our nation and society.
Bob has drafted suggested legislation which would rapidly accomplish what lying scum in Washington say is "impossible." The majority of illegal aliens would stampede back across the borders, and the rest would be rounded up rapidly. If you have any suggestions that Bob missed let me know. Print out this draft and send it to your Congresscunts and Senators, and to the lying Bush, to let them know what Americans mean by "immigration reform."
Section I purpose and authorization.
A. This act is for the purpose of establishing and defining the status of illegal immigrants residing in the United States, to establish a uniform rule of naturalization, and to define exemptions to the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and lower courts of the United States.
B. This act applies to all citizens of other nations who have entered the Untied States by any means other than being processed at an authorized port of entry, or who have remained in the United States after their passport or other legal status has expired, herein called an "illegal alien."
C. This act is enacted under Article I, Section 8, and Article III of the Constitution of the United States.
Section II. Jurisdiction of the US Supreme Court and lower courts.
A. Under Section III of the Constitution of the United States, any dispute at law between the federal Government or an agency or agent thereof, or between a State government or agency or agent thereof, or between a citizen of the United States, or between a legal immigrant or visitor in the United States and an illegal alien within the United States is an exemption to the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court of the United States and all lower courts. In all cases at law, either under criminal or civil law, the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and lower courts shall be limited to finding and enforcing summary judgment in favor of the federal Government or an agency or agent thereof, or for a State government or agency or agent thereof, or for a citizen of the United States, or for a legal immigrant or visitor in the United States.
B. The Supreme Court and lower courts have no other jurisdiction in such cases. This is an exemption to Supreme Court and lower court jurisdiction under Article III of the Constitution.
C. This exemption to jurisdiction of the Supreme Court shall be interpreted in the broadest possible way to exempt jurisdiction of the Supreme Court in any case involving an illegal alien.
D. This law shall take precedent over any state law where a conflict exists between federal and state laws.
Section III Citizens of other nations currently living as illegal aliens within the United States.
A. The Border Patrol, Immigration Service, and other government agencies shall use all available resources to limit illegal immigration and to identify and export illegal aliens.
B. Every agency and agent of the United States shall make it a priority to identify and export all citizens of other nations currently living as illegal residents of the United States. Every agency and agent of the United States shall cooperate and share information such as tax filing, social security identification, employment information, financial information, and other information with the Immigration Service, Border Patrol, and other law enforcement agencies.
C. Illegal aliens shall have no legal rights whatsoever within the United States.
1. Illegal aliens have no legal rights to own real or personal property. Any real or personal property owned by an illegal alien may be claimed by a lawful citizen or the United States. In any dispute at law arising under this provision summary judgment shall be awarded to the citizen of the Untied States.
2. Illegal aliens shall have no legal rights in criminal cases within the United States. No criminal law under federal or state laws is applicable to actions of a lawful citizen of the United States for any act done against an illegal alien. Every citizen previously convicted of a crime against an illegal alien before enactment of this act shall be granted an immediate full and unconditional pardon upon request. Since no criminal law is enforceable against a lawful citizen of the United States, no lawful citizen may ever be convicted of any crime whatsoever against an illegal alien.
D. If a citizen of the United States identifies and captures an illegal alien, he may lawfully hold the illegal alien for forced labor under whatever conditions he may provide as he sees fit.
E. A citizen of the United States who identifies an illegal alien may lawfully shoot him or her on sight or otherwise terminate their resident status.
F. The Immigration Service shall pay a bounty of $100 for the heads of all illegal aliens turned in at any of their offices, whether the heads are attached to the illegal alien's body or not.
G. Illegal aliens captured by the Immigration Service or Border Patrol shall be held for "chain gang" labor for a period of 6 months or longer as determined by the Immigration Service. Conditions of illegal aliens doing forced labor shall be intentionally very bad to punish them for illegal entry into the United States and discourage repeat offence. After a period of forced labor the illegal aliens shall be expelled from the United States by a low cost method as determined by the Immigration Service.
H. Every State or local government agency recieving federal funds shall identify the immigration status of every person who requests social services, and every State or local police agency shall identify the immigration status of every person who comes under its notice. Such agencies shall be inelligible for federal funding in the year during which it fails to comply with this provision.
I. Illegal aliens shall be inelegible for all social and health services provided by the federal government in the United States, including but not limited to public schooling, welfare programs, disability benefits, social security benifits, and/or other public benefits.
J. Any State or local elected official or employee who refuses to cooperate with federal government agencies enforcing this law, or uses his position to protect illegal aliens shall be guilty of a felony and shall be penalized by not less than 10 years in federal prison.
Section IV Children of illegal aliens
A. Any child born to an illegal alien, to a woman who is an illegal alien at the time of birth, is an illegal alien. Citizenship of the United States does not accrue to children born to illegal aliens when they are born in the United States.
B. This Section applies to all persons previously born to illgeal aliens in the United States. No person can become a citizen of United States based on illegal immigration.