I’m thinking its about time Americans get off their collective asses and demand their elected officials deport the leeches.

Illegals Just Sent Their List Of 10 ‘Demands’ To The American People; It’s Not Going To Go Over Well…

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According to Pew Research, the number of illegal immigrants in the country is approximately 11.3 million.

F. Peter Brown November 6, 2015 at 12:01pm
As every high school government student knows, the U.S. Bill of Rights contains ten amendments which ensure Americans’ fundamental rights to freedom of speech, freedom of religion, the right to bear arms, the right to not be put in double jeopardy, and more.

While giving his 1944 State of the Union address, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, thinking the original Bill of Rights need to be supplemented, proposed a list called the Second Bill of Rights which emphasized what he believed were rights: economic security, “adequate medical care,” education, and more. The list was never adopted.
Now, the group United We Stay, which represents “undocumented immigrants,” have issued a set of demands they are calling a Bill of Rights for “undocumented immigrants.”

What they list as their first right is for illegal immigrants to not be called ‘illegal’ or ‘alien.’ The document states: “Acknowledgement that we are already here, that we are human beings with a right to be, that our mere presence cannot be deemed illegal or our existence alien.”

The second in the list demands that illegal immigrants be treated with dignity and respect.
Their third “right” consists of being guaranteed a path to US citizenship. It reads: “Recognition of our right to be presented with a path to citizenship/residency as the first priority of future immigration policy combined with interim deferment of all law-abiding Undocumented Americans against detention and deportation.”

The fourth “right” demands US birth certificates for illegal immigrants’ children born in the US.

Their fifth “right” says that deportation can be an act of “cruel and unusual punishment.” It reads: “Protection against cruel and unusual punishment, including the separation of our immediate families and incarceration without charges, hearings, or representation.”

In the sixth “right,” they demand access to free US public education and also in-state tuition rates for public colleges and universities.

In their seventh “right,” they demand a “guarantee of wage equality” for illegal immigrants.

The eighth “right” affirms their “right” to humanitarian treatment, including medical care.

The ninth “right” says that illegal immigrants should not be deported after reporting crimes.

The tenth “right” says that illegal immigrants should be ensured by the US government of the Declaration of Independence’s rights to life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.

Illegal immigration costs US taxpayers about $113 billion each year at the federal, state, and local levels.

According to Pew Research, the number of illegal immigrants in the country is approximately 11.3 million.

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