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Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Democrats to Remove “Alien” from Illegal Alien

Politically Correct Masturbation

  • Democrat whore politicians get a sexual thrill every time they screw over an American and pander to the citizens of foreign nations.

(The Guardian)  -  The California State Senate approved a bill to remove the term “alien” from the California Labor Code on May 1. Sen. Tony Mendoza (D-Artesia), chair of the Senate Labor and Industrial Relations Committee, introduced SB 432 this past February. 
Currently, the term “alien” is used to refer to “any person not a citizen or national of the United States,” according to the Legal Information Institute of Cornell University Law School. The term “alien” has a long history in the U.S. and has been included in laws, such as the Alien and Sedition Acts in 1798, which granted the early U.S. government the power to deport foreigners deemed dangerous to the country. Furthermore, the terms “illegal alien” and “unauthorized alien” are frequently used in U.S. laws and statutes.
Mendoza feels that the term holds a negative connotation and should no longer be used.
“The time has come for California to remove the term ‘alien’ from the state’s Labor Code,” Mendoza said in a press conference. “Alien is now commonly considered a derogatory term for a foreign-born person and has very negative connotations. SB 432 will modernize the Labor Code and removes the term ‘alien’ to describe a person who is not born in or a fully naturalized citizen of the United States.”
Mendoza added that the term “alien” can become problematic in the hiring process and troublesome for new immigrants looking for jobs.
“The word ‘alien’ and any law prescribing an order for the issuance of employment to ‘aliens,’ have no place in the laws of our state and, more importantly, should never be the basis of an employment hiring,” Mendoza said. “SB 432 will delete this outdated, discriminatory and unnecessary reference in state law.”
Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor also finds the term “alien” offensive.
“To call them illegal aliens seemed and does seem insulting to me,” Sotomayor said in a speech about immigration at Yale Law School.
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Neither the open borders Democrats or Republicans give a damn about protecting the jobs of American citizens.  Democrats want future voters and Republicans want cheap labor. 

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