From: An Illinois Paleoconservative [Email him]
When Obama legalizes all the Illegals, will one of the fines he says they must pay be for failure to report oneself eligible for Selective Service?!
The law says all males ages 18-25 must register once they are 18. Failure to do so can lead up to 5 years in jail and/or a $250,000 fine. The law says this is applicable to ALL males 18-25 including both legal and illegal residents! [See WHO MUST REGISTER,
So, will this be part of the illegals fines and taxes he speaks of? And what about the "DREAMERS"? They fall right into this category. Plus, registration is "supposed" to be required for most government student loans and a chance at naturalization. Failure to register, even after one turns 26, can keep you from getting any government job or any government financial assistance. [State / Commonwealth and Territory Legislation
, SSS.gov] This also applies to the poor helpless refugees.
Lots of places require you to register even to get a driver’s license which the Illegals think is a right!
So, will this keep them from government support and handouts? I think not but I'm sure it would affect a white hetero male!See previous letters from the same reader.James Fulford writes: Aside from any other considerations, in case of war, immigrants would probably refuse to fight—as Peter Brimelow found out when he was sworn in as a citizen.
Okay, okay, I know it sounds too good to be true. But the question of dual citizenship really was hotly discussed in a crowd of my fellow Americans-to-be as we all waited patiently for the judge to arrive and administer the Oath of Allegiance one summer day back in 1994. The woman behind me reflected the consensus. “Of course!” she forcefully declared to general approval, in the event of another military draft she would send her children back to the Caribbean — which she could do precisely because they all were retaining their original citizenship. While waiting to “swear allegiance”! With court officers all around!
Insight Debate On Dual Citizenship, By Peter Brimelow on July 10, 2000,