Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Solving Immigration In Secessionist States

In the 50 states the movement of leaving the Union could bring solution to the undocumented population. They could earn residency from all those citizens who decide the USA is no longer good for them. The federal government could deport them and give residency to the 12 millions people believed without proper documentation but love this country.

The White House has now received secession petitions from all 50 states by citizens requesting that the administration “peacefully grant” them the opportunity to form their own sovereign government.
The petitions are created through the Obama administration’s "We The People" initiative, which was launched in 2011 as an effort to give citizens an opportunity to have their voices heard by the administration.

At the same site also was created:
Deport Everyone That Signed A Petition To Withdraw Their State From The United States Of America.

Created: Nov 12, 2012
Issues: Government Reform

On November 19: 247 SIGNATURES NEEDED BY DECEMBER 12, 2012 TO REACH GOAL OF 25,000.

On the other side, President Obama could make an attempt to declare "enemy combatant" to the secessionists and order their execution. There is a clause in the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) of 2012 in that regard.

So far republican congressman Ron Paul bill introduced in January of this year to repeal the infamous Section 1021 of the NDAA has gone nowhere. It is very popular among democrats and republicans in the House of Representatives and in the Senate.

Obama signed the bill on December 31, 2011, while everybody was enjoying still their freedom without fear of having to deal with a President with ultra powers to order the arrest and killing of Americans without having to appeal the judicial system.

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