Arizona, We Support You.

By ConcernedConservative on May 10, 2010

Isn’t it interesting that Arizona would institute a law that only goes to support a federal law, and because of this law they are accused of being unconstitutional?

The premise of this debate is interesting. When an immigrant comes to our country without the proper documentation, they are illegal. This means that they have broken a law. Is this to be tolerated, or even accepted just because a group of people feel that it is too hard to be a law abiding citizen?

Well, if this is the way that we are going to run our country we have to be prepared for the repercussions of the resulting anarchy. When it just becomes too hard for a group of people to not steal, should we then legalize stealing?

Granted, they can have a perfectly justifiable argument. Maybe their children are starving, their spouse is sick or the thief himself is starving. Is that a frustrating, detrimental, potentially life threatening problem? Yes, yes it is. But, the law does not see these problems in these terms.

Instead, the law simply sees that stealing is illegal.

Yes, immigrating to this country can be hard. The process is long and arduous, and many cannot afford to gain legal citizenship. Nonetheless, if you are not a legal citizen and you are residing in our country you are breaking the law. Have some respect for our country, for my country.

America is a great place to live, and one of the integral reasons that this country has been formed into a great country is because of our laws. Abide by our laws, and you are more than welcome to join us in America.

Once you have joined us in America, you are an American. Yes, your heritage is important and it does make you who you are, but you are an American. This means that your loyalty and your pride should be an American pride. The fact that American school systems believe it is okay to send American children home for wearing shirts with the American flag proudly displayed is absolutely despicable.

Yes, it was cinco de mayo. Yes, there were many students proudly displaying their mexican flags. Yes, those children that are attending American schools and using American tax dollars have the right to proudly flaunt their flags. But, so do the Americans.

Be proud to be an American. Be proud to support the American laws. Be proud to be part of a country that has become so prosperous and great that people from around the world continually try so hard to become a part of what we have.

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