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THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, …. -- That to secure these rights, Governments are instituted among Men, deriving their just powers from the consent of the governed, -- …” www.law.indiana.edu

THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA: “We the People of the United States … do ordain and establish this Constitution.” http://www.house.gov/Constitution/Constitution.html


  • The standards of immigration are fluctuating and held either in disregard or applied arbitrarily by the agencies administering them creating a great deal of confusion for all concerned.
  • One example of this is a statement by Gov. Mike Leavitt from Utah that there are several thousands of “Illegal Immigrants” to support the job requirements of the tourist and hotel industry. This is a most hypocritical position that creates an enslaved populace who contribute to this countries welfare with no meaningful relation to the benefits deserved for that participation.
  • It would seem only reasonable to expect that any having such knowledge would be in violation of the law as a co-conspirator in these acts and should be held accountable.
  • It should be the policy of this country that anyone who works here receives full working status through granting of proper visas and green cards or citizenship.
  • Eliminate unfair trade practices that force people into poverty such as with Mexico where we subsidize corn in the US and sell in Mexico at prices that are cheaper than the Citizens of Mexico can sell on their own market.

I support a three phase immigration policy:

  • Phase 1. I support fines and prison terms to any one and/or any business that hires an undocumented worker.
    There is no such thing as an “illegal alien” - there are undocumented workers who are illegally employed by American businesses which currently are not being held accountable for whom they hire. Any person or company who hires undocumented workers are breaking the law and should be fined and/or imprisoned and loose their license to do business.
  • Phase 2. Any undocumented worker currently working in this country has the right to the maximum wage and benefits available under current law and to apply for US citizenship; this shall be implemented over a 1-year phase in of this policy. After this period, any undocumented workers should be deported.
    If jobs are available, job permits should be granted to qualified “non-citizens” via “work permits” for a term that is conducive to the completion of the job; term of employment and other aspects of these “work permits” shall be modified to allow for priory employment of US citizens.
  • Work with other countries to create economic parity and open boarders policies. (Use the European Union as a model.)

    Hazel Henderson: http://www.hazelhenderson.com

    Who lives in any country: Members of American Indian Nations, Citizens of the US, Visitors (documented), Undocumented Persons
    I support open borders in the long view, however, before open borders: first, establish criteria like
           No wars
           No abusive child labor
           No subsidies and bailouts by any country
    This must be a gradual process.



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