Illegal immigrants could dwarf U.S. population

My ancestors immigrated to the United States of America from many different countries: Italy, France, Germany, Poland, Scotland, Ireland, England and Norway. But they all had one thing in common, they all came here legally.

The debate about the “rights of illegal immigrants” is just nonsense, as they are not citizens of our country. There is no U.S. “constitutional rights” for illegal immigrants from other countries who want to move here.

If you want to help a poor family from a Third World country, then you can sponsor one in your own home and support them and feed, cloth and educate them yourself.

If we have “open borders,” as some liberal dreamers fight for, we would have at least half a billion (500,000,000) people moving here every year, dwarfing our current population of just 325,000,000.

Mark Kanae Smith