Retired right-wing radio blabber Neal Boortz said this the other day about the notion of granting illegal immigrants a path to citizenship and all the rights that go with it:


Founders never intended that all people vote…and certainly not people who brazenly broke our laws to get here.


Charles Blow responds to Boortz’s argument with THIS:


As Elizabeth F. Cohen, the author of “Semi-Citizenship in Democratic Politics” and an associate professor at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, argued in The Washington Post in February:


“During the 18th century, there were no illegal immigrants in the ...

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Retired right-wing radio blabber Neal Boortz said this the other day about the notion of granting illegal immigrants a path to citizenship and all the rights that go with it:

Founders never intended that all people vote…and certainly not people who brazenly broke our laws to get here.

Charles Blow responds to Boortz’s argument with THIS:

As Elizabeth F. Cohen, the author of “Semi-Citizenship in Democratic Politics” and an associate professor at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, argued in The Washington Post in February:

“During the 18th century, there were no illegal immigrants in the ...

Read more