Thou shalt not [. . .]

The Washington Times Weekly - - National -

For­mer Hol­ly­wood ac­tor­turned-”in­de­pen­dent con­ser­va­tive” ra­dio host Jerry Doyle was mulling over with Sen. John Cornyn why it is that the com­pre­hen­sive im­mi­gra­tion bill cur­rently me­an­der­ing its way through Congress is al­ready more than 300 pages long, while the U.S. Con­sti­tu­tion “is pretty short, and the Ten Com­mand­ments are even shorter.”

The Texas Repub­li­can laughed, but Mr. Doyle pushed ahead, com­ing with his per­sonal list of 10 com­mand­ments on il­le­gal im­mi­gra­tion, which he for­warded to Inside the Belt­way. Among the com­mand­ments: 10. English will be the only lan­guage used in the pub­lic work­place, pub­lic ed­u­ca­tion, fed­eral gov­ern­ment of­fices and fa­cil­i­ties, hos­pi­tals and re­lated med­i­cal fa­cil­i­ties, and the fed­eral court sys­tem. All vot­ing for fed­eral of­fices will be ac­com­plished in English only.

7. Pub­lic ed­u­ca­tion, med­i­cal and den­tal ser­vices, hous­ing, so­cial ser­vices, food stamps, So­cial Se­cu­rity, Medi­care, and other U.S. gov­ern­ment pro­grams will be for the ben­e­fit of le­gal res­i­dents of the United States only.

1. If you en­ter the United States of Amer­ica il­le­gally or over­stay your visa, you will never be el­i­gi­ble to be­come a cit­i­zen of the U.S. No ex­cep­tions.

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