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March 10, 2010

Illegal Aliens Act

Illegal Aliens Act

Section 1. Any city that declares itself a sanctuary city, hinders/bans its law enforcement from reporting known illegal aliens or knowingly harbors illegal aliens shall have no access to federal funds of any kind and any money minted in said city will be considered illegal tender and confiscated

Section 2. Any Business that abuses,harbors or knowingly hires illegal aliens shall be fined a minimum of 10 Million dollars and a maximum of 50 Million dollars

Section 3.Any and all illegal aliens found within the United states or its protectorates shall be deported to their country of origin immediately

Section 4. Any citizen found to be Harboring Illegal aliens will be fined a minimum of 50,000 dollars

This bill will take effect in 2033

Authored by Senate candidate J.D. Hayworth Jr.
Submitted 6:39 AM by Wayne Allyn Root.#.1
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Brownback, give it a rest. This account is not even an office holder.
Posted By Roseanne Connor on 3/10/10 at 4:19 PM | Reply
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Yet lol just warming you up to it. J.D. is my Senate account
Posted By J.D.Hayworth Jr on 3/10/10 at 5:47 PM | Reply
Ship 'em out!
Here's an idea-

wrangle up all them illegals and put 'em on a boat so my ship can attack 'em!
Posted By PirateDern on 3/18/10 at 4:38 PM | Reply still Illeagal
Get the I.N.S. to do there job.
Posted By Daryl L. Brunner on 3/24/10 at 5:11 AM | Reply
Immigration Reform
The immigrants in this country should be givin' a fair shake @ citizenship...illeagals should be illeagal...PERIOD!
Posted By D. L. Brunner on 3/27/10 at 2:02 AM | Reply
Heres an idea-

Lets give everybody a fair chance! America is the land of opportunity isnt it? or was I wrong....haha I dont think I am. Lets not worry about it and have open borders!
Posted By JamesTmas on 4/5/10 at 9:24 PM | Reply
Control The Border
With illegals everywhere, the drug violence and unemployment rates have sky rocketed. They fight over drugs, killing US citizens and bring in other addictive drugs that harm our citizens. The illegals are also taking away jobs from our citizens that need them. We should care about our people first. In such a rough time, we need jobs more. If they bothered to go through the proper citizenship process, then this could have been avoided.
Posted By Acrouch14 on 8/2/12 at 11:35 PM | Reply
Office of Lt. Governor of Alabama
I completely disagree with this bill. We have to have amnesty for illegal aliens.
Posted By Governor of Alabama on 5/16/10 at 8:30 PM | Reply
Ryan Lyons (R-PA)~U.S. Senate
This is exactly the type of Immigration Law the we so desperately need in this country, If Elected I would support this Bill 100%, Our current laws are not being enforced, Illegal Aliens keep running across our borders and begin taking jobs and benefits from the American people. Enough is enough- this crucial step is adamantly important! However, I would also offer an amendment to this bill to further enforce the Secure Fence Act of 2006 by instructing that 840 miles of double enforced fence be constructed across the U.S. border with Mexico. Again this is an example of a law that has been passed that is not being enforced by the federal government. As part of our overall National Security this bill critical step in ensuring our safety.
Posted By Ryan Lyons (R-PA) on 5/17/10 at 12:29 PM | Reply
This bill is much needed, but again the States should be able to make their own decisions!
Posted By Shawn WIlliam on 6/3/10 at 4:07 PM | Reply
This bill though it would effectively solve much of today's illegal immigration problems is to extreme and there is no way i would ever support it in its current state.

Dr. Hill
Constitution Party
(Currently running in KY-Kentucky)
Posted By Dr Hill on 6/11/10 at 10:05 PM | Reply
It's About Time
This bill should have been done a long time ago. Illegal immigrants are destroying the well being of America. They are hurting us financially and medically. They force the working class Americans to pay taxes for them, then the mexican women come in and have anchor babies in the United States, so their children become legal. Then the state has to pay to deport them, and pay for the legal child to be put in a foster home. Latinos also are bringing in diseases that have been dead in the USA for decades like the Kissing Bug Disease, because they don't go through the immigration checkpoint process. They hurt Americans all the time in more way than just one. They are also known for crime. For example, in Iowa, 6% of Iowa is Mexican, and 26% of the prisoners in Iowa are Mexican, that is a big enough reason alone to send them back to Mexico and keep them there, and let them come in legally and contribute to society, and pay taxes like the rest of us instead of cheating the federal government.
God Bless - Adam W.
Posted By Snare911 on 6/28/10 at 2:46 PM | Reply
However, I suggest increasing the fines for businesses hiring the illegal immigrants. Turn that minimum of 10 million maximum of 50 million into a minmum of 100 million and a maximum of 50 million.
Posted By Tiffany Mason on 8/10/10 at 11:24 AM | Reply
Why would it take effect in 2033?
Posted By Randy Darrah on 10/24/10 at 4:56 PM | Reply
this bill is a mockery
Not only because it infringes on the individual states to set there own policies regarding immigration but it separates them from the union,this bill should be rejected and declined to be heard on the floor
Posted By skj on 2/5/11 at 6:02 AM | Reply
It is doubtless that the american economy suffers a heavy blow from the influx of illegal aliens
To permanently solve the issues borthering on the influx of aliens, pepetrators caught in the act should not only be deported but made to serve prison terms in their various countries, border patrolling should be further strengthened. Male aliens already living in american soil and above 21 must choose to serve this country whether as a soldier or as any other post so recommended by the legislature..... In this stringent manner i strongly believe this here problem would greatly abate.
Posted By Eyezonly on 10/29/11 at 5:51 AM | Reply
People can not be "illegal", but rather "undocumented". Your racism is astoundingly transparent.

Our nation is built by immigrants, and strengthened by the hard working immigrants who travel here in hopes of a better life.

This bill would not only be unconstitutional but would infringe on state rights, and be a huge violation of basic human rights. I say nay.
Posted By Nerdymouse on 11/9/12 at 12:23 AM | Reply
I completely agree. Undocumented immigrants are coming into the U.S. and taking jobs that could have belonged to actual U.S. citizens, and it is not fair. As a country, we need to be promoting our citizens, and by having these immigrants to come in illegally is not helping. Hardworking Americans are paying heavy taxes so our healthcare system can take care of individuals who are not even supposed to be here. There needs to be reform to our methods of handling undocumented immigrants, and this is the start.
Posted By aaablau on 1/4/13 at 1:35 AM | Reply
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No poo idea
Posted By Kelliher on 2/1/13 at 7:27 AM | Reply
No, this must be the most racist Act I've ever heard in my life. This nation was built by immigrants, there is nobody who is 100% American except from the Native Americans, who were mostly killed by people whose family tree reached out to the United Kingdom, France, and other Northern European countries. So, my answer to this "Act" is that this is ridiculously racist, therefore I say no to this.
Posted By Giorgio8888 on 7/19/13 at 8:13 PM | Reply
Illegal immigrants are illegal. I completely agree with the bill and will support it as long as I can, possible.
Posted By Kevin J. Keathley on 8/10/13 at 2:07 PM | Reply

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