Immigration and Crime


DennisLeeWilson's picture

I note with interest—especially in the comments—the many calls for “respect the law” and “enforce the law” and “make the Feds do their job”. However, because ALL these Federal “laws”, rules, restrictions and regulations are themselves ILLEGAL, the solution is NOT reform but immediate REPEAL!

THAT would be true “enforcement of the law” and true “respect for the law”! The Constitution is SUPPOSED TO BE the supreme law of the country.

As I stated in my 2007 article by the same name: “Immigration control is UN-Constitutional!”

REALLY! It is TRUE! The US Constitution does NOT AUTHORIZE immigration control! Check it out at

Suverans2's picture

The Constitution is SUPPOSED TO BE the supreme law of the country. ~ DennisLeeWilson

"...the adoption of the Constitution was the merest farce and imposture, binding upon nobody." ~ Lysander Spooner

Quod prius est verius est; et quod prius est tempore potius est jure. What is first is truest; and what comes first in time, is best in law. Co. Litt. 347. ~ Bouvier's 1856 Law Dictionary [Emphasis added]

The law of nature [the natural law of man] is superior in obligation to any other. It is binding in all countries and at all times. No human laws are valid if opposed to this, and all which are binding derive their authority either directly or indirectly from it. ~ Institutes of American Law by John Bouvier, 1851, Part I, Title II, No. 9

[The natural] law [of man] is the paramount law, and the same law, over all the world, at all times, and for all peoples; and will be the same paramount and only law, at all times, and for all peoples, so long as man shall live upon the earth. ~ Natural Law; or the Science of Justice by Lysander Spooner (1882)

Suverans2's picture

"The practical difficulty with our government has been, that most of those who have administered it, have taken it for granted that the Constitution, as it is written, was a thing of no importance; that it neither said what it meant, nor meant what it said; that it was gotten up by swindlers, (as many of its authors doubtless were,) who said a great many good things, which they did not mean, and meant a great many bad things, which they dared not say; that these men, under the false pretence of a government resting on the consent of the whole people, designed to entrap them into a government of a part; who should be powerful and fraudulent enough to cheat the weaker portion out of all the good things that were said, but not meant, and subject them to all the bad things that were meant, but not said. And most of those who have administered the government, have assumed that all these swindling intentions were to be carried into effect, in the place of the written Constitution." ~ Lysander Spooner, No Treason<?em> (1867)

Was Lysander correct in that statement? Apparently so.

"Stop throwing the Constitution in my face. It's just a goddamned piece of paper!" ~ Attributed to President George W. Bush (c.2005)

I've talked to three people present for the meeting that day and they all confirm that the President of the United States called the Constitution "a goddamned piece of paper." ~ Doug Thompson, Capitol Hill Blue (12-9-5)