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Re: LION REPORT from CPAC Bismarck
Posted by Broadway Lion on Fri Aug 10 13:44:59 2018, in response to Re: LION REPORT from CPAC Bismarck, posted by Nilet on Fri Aug 10 13:21:39 2018.at the end of the day, some people are born with an inherent fundamental right to live and work under US law, while other people must "earn" the right to exist through a process that is functionally impossible to complete, and this double standard is a form of bigotry that no civilised society should be willing to tolerate.
In short, if I was born with the inherent right to live and work in the US, then the right to live and work in the US must be a fundamental human right, and denial of that right to millions of people is a crime against humanity.
You see, this is where you are mistaken.
Some people are BORN as US citizens and others are not.
Those who are not born here have no right to come here.
The do have a right to submit their documentation and to apply for admission.
Admission to the United States does not put you on a track to become a citizen. That requires further steps. A person may enter as a worker with the intention of returning to their own country. They are not the same as those who wish to enter with Citizenship in mind. We might let "workers" in more readily than those who seek citizenship.
The right to live in the United States is NOT a human right.