"Should an illegal immigrant be able to apply for citizenship if he has graduated a U.S. High School, has had no major convictions, and has enrolled in the Military or College?"I don't know about you, but I don't understand how anyone who has lived in the U.S. for long enough that he can graduate High School shouldn't be considered a citizen just on basic principles. Much less if he plans to attend college or join the military.
"You graduated High School? Hell that's better than a good portion of the children of citizens around here. Come on into the clubhouse!"
Never mind the legal fiction that is the concept of illegal alien in the first place. If you live in a place, you are a citizen of that place. The ability to document your residency should be irrelevant. How many white skinned people get deported back to Europe because they can't produce documentation to prove they are here legally? I rest my case.
In Polling Points defense, in most polls they offer a comments dialog so that you can give them your opinion of the poll after you've taken it. I wrote this on the poll today:
Like all ballot issues, the description of the bills I would vote on go beyond confusing. Clear and plain English should be the requirement.
Ron Paul should be listed as a candidate in the Republican party. It is an !outrage! that he is not.
Left/Right does not accurately describe political views; http://www.theadvocates.org/ check out the World's Smallest Political Quiz for more info.
Race is an illusion. There are no separate races inside the human race. 'None' should be an options for those of us who do not claim a race as an identifier.
Atheism is not a religion.
I could go on, but I think I've said enough.
Yes, I do rant just about everywhere I go. It's a burden, let me tell you.