Tuesday, February 23, 2016

#NewYorkValues - NYC Democrats Hate The United States




A bill being pushed by the New York City Council would grant non-citizens AND illegal aliens the right to vote in local elections. This post should not even need to be written, but unfortunately in the Peoples' Republic of New York, it must be addressed.

I will not address the absurdity of this proposal. You can do that on your own.

What I will quickly discuss is why this is unconstitutional in New York City.

Stay with me. This is a little wonky.

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The NYC Board of Elections consists of 10 commissioners. There are 2 from each county/borough. One is a Democrat and one is a Republican.

The commissioners meet monthly to discuss and rule on all issues relating to policy and controversies for any and all election matters in New York City. This includes decisions as to whether or not candidates have met the thresholds to appear on ballots. These candidates include local, state and congressional candidates.

The commissioners are recommended by County Chairmen of the respective parties AND approved by the City Council members of the respective parties. In the event a Chairman fails to appoint a commissioner or violates some arcane election law or rule, the City Council then selects the commissioner outright.

CONNECT THE DOTS.

Democrats want illegal aliens to vote for City Council members who in turn appoint the commissioners to the Board of Election who can then in turn make rulings affecting the outcome of federal elections.

This is clearly unconstitutional.


3 comments:

  1. This will create two different ballots - one for citizens and one for illegal immigrants. So much for not making illegal immigrants feel like "second class citizens".

    Plus, If you want people to feel like they have a "stake" in the system, then you have to enter the system. To enter the system, you apply for citizenship.

    Rights without responsibilities - it is the Dem way.

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  2. You are a bunch of racists if you don't let good people here vote irregardless of there immigration status.

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    1. Please let this be a joke comment - there is no one out there that ignorant, is there?

      Irregardless (not even a word), I'd love to hear the argument that people here contrary to law should have a fundamental right bestowed upon them. No seriously, make the argument.

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