The man respects the Constitution more than the Republican party does, which, frankly, does not shock me. Granted he’s one of the biggest voices in terms of anti-immigration, he is a Harvard grad who has a strong belief in protect his country’s borders. He has my respect for that.
Senator Sessions is very unwise if he thinks that the United States Constitution tackles specific issues, especially those unique to today’s society. Written in 1776 by Thomas Jefferson and company, the Constitution is designed to be vague, so that it lays the foundation of what the country should be, but allows for changes in the future. Laws could be changed, but the Constitution shouldn’t (not easily, anyway), because the Constitution defines the country. Change the Constitution, and you change the country.
Birth rights are called that for a reason. If you are born in America, you should be an American.
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