Support the California Protection Act of 2010 & stop fiscal incentives for ‘anchor babies’
Sunday, 08.02.2009, 12:03pm (GMT)
Commentary by James L. Lambert
A growing number of Californians have come to the realization that the golden state is rapidly loosing its luster. The state can no longer financially afford to pay billions of dollars in aid to illegal foreign residents and their offspring. Citizens have responded by distributing the California Protection Act of 2010, an initiative that is hoped to make the state ballot by next June.
The California Protection Act of 2010 (www.TaxpayerRevolution.org) , if enacted, will revise the way birth certificates are issued. Mothers will be required to sign an affidavit declaring their status as a legal resident alien or citizen. Tony Doltz, a candidate for Congress (30th Dist – CA.) says that if the mother refuses to sign the document, she will be required to provide a (foreign) government (photo) ID, fingerprint, legal (US) street address and a copy of her (taxpayer funded) maternity bill. The state of California will then be required to turn over the documentation to HLS (Dept. of Homeland Security).
The initiative, if enacted, will also end one child only welfare benefits. It is not unusual for the government to pay these benefits for years after birth. Additionally, this form of welfare is often paid by direct deposit to a parent’s bank account, costing California taxpayers millions of dollars each year. Regardless even under this initiative, children will still be eligible for emergency hospital care and K-12 education.
Former Los Angeles congressional candidate Ted Hayes (36th Dist.) thinks “the whole anchor baby issue is a direct affront to the black community.” He told this writer last Friday that “it is a total disregard of the original intent of the 14th Amendment. The 14th Amendment (sec 1) came out of the Civil Rights Act of 1866, say Hays, which gave emancipated slaves citizenship in the United States of America”. Hayes contends; “the Amendment was created for West African emancipated slaves, not illegal immigrants.” Hayes, who ran against Maxine Waters as a Republican in 2008, concluded by stating that “this has nothing to do with my skin color but everything to do with our unique experience as Americans.” (Advocates for anchor babies) “are just committing another form of identity theft on the black community.”
Ted Hayes and Tony Dolz ( www.Dolz.com ) believe the initiative, if passed, would significantly lighten the load of an already heavily taxed state. California Congressman Brian Bilbray agreed. He told the San Diego Examiner, that, “it is an urban legend that everybody born here is an automatic citizen” adding that “when international diplomats are here in the US and they have children, they are not given citizenship.”
Oklahoma and Arizona have already passed similar laws. Encourage your Californian friends and relatives to support this important ballot initiative. Advocates need as many signatures as possible so the initiative can get before the voters of California in June of 2010. A total of 600,000 signers are needed! (www.TaxpayerRevolution.org )
[Note: below is a clip from the June 30th press conference officially announcing the initiative. Tony Dolz and Ted Hayes were two of the invited guest speakers, including Ted Hilton, and (former) CA. State Sen. Bill Murrow.]
James L. Lambert, a frequent contributor to ChristianMirror.net and author of Porn in America, is a licensed nationwide real-estate mortgage loan sales agent and can be contacted through his website.