Rand Paul to abolish Section 1 of 14th Amendment, ending birthright citizenship

Recently I have detailed the relationship that Republican Senate candidate Rand Paul of Kentucky and State Senator Russel Pearce of Arizona have with their Neo Nazi, white supremacist supporters.

That is why it was no surprise to me to learn today that Rand Paul told a Russian journalist that he opposes birth citizenship as protected under the 14th Amendment, or, as Russel Pearce calls it "anchor babies".

We’re the only country I know of that allows people to come in illegally have a baby and then that baby becomes a citizen. And I think that should stop also.


Yeah, that's called the Section 1 of the 14th Amendment

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Now isn't that odd? I point out how Rand Paul and Russell Pearce each have a history of being supported by and palling around with Nazi White Supremacists, and then only one week after Russell Pearce proposes an Arizona law to strip birthright citizenship from citizens of Arizona, Rand Paul comes up with the same idea!

Hmmmm, isn't that convenient?

Anyone recognize this? It is Section 1 of the 14th Amendment of the U.S. Constitution.

Section. 1. All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof, are citizens of the United States and of the State wherein they reside. No State shall make or enforce any law which shall abridge the privileges or immunities of citizens of the United States; nor shall any State deprive any person of life, liberty, or property, without due process of law; nor deny to any person within its jurisdiction the equal protection of the laws.


Cause he loves America and the Constitution sooo much, Rand Paul is willing to re-write the Constitution that he loves in order to expel people who are currently US citizens under the much beloved Constitution. The same Constitution which is often ignored and re written in their Conservative daydreams when it suits the political goals of Conservatives who want to disenfranchise American citizens, or strip them of their rights, or torture them.

Yeah, freedom, and stuff.

No one would be crazy enough to suggest that the US use expensive satellite technology and black helicopters on demand to keep out illegal immigrants. That wouldn't be fiscally conservative, would it? Hell, it would be downright crazy!

Which means it's right up Rand Paul's alley

I recently have been talking more about satellite observation. They say you can sit in front of the store here and a satellite can read the headline on your newspaper. So I think you could also monitor your border with satellites, and then you just have to have some means of intercepting people who come in illegally. You could have helicopters stations positioned every couple of hundred miles. . .

Rand Paul

Watch the full interview here . . .

So, Rand Paul has is supported by Nazis and White Supremacists, just like Russell Pearce, and then Rand Paul proposes a policy idea that is EXACTLY like the one Russell Pearce came up with, and they are both inherently race based and Unconstitutional.

We CAN NOT let this loon into the Senate!

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This isn't conservatism. It's fascism. Pearce and the others are vomiting up their entrails and others are picking them up. Imagine the state of Henry Clay electing this man as a United States Senator. It's chilling.

"Furthest from him is best, whom reason hath equaled, force hath made supreme above his equals." Milton