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    http://www.latimes.com/nation/immigr...306-story.html
    I heard of this on the radio and I couldn't believe it my self.

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    Sounds like a good plan, if you want to deport everyone.

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    Good grief! That bloke is unfit to be a judge, if that's what he thinks!

    How many toddlers would even understand the concept of "immigration", let alone Immigration Law!!!

    There are these important people who tell you where you can and can't go. They have drawn imaginary lines, and you're not allowed to cross those lines without special permission, and you're not allowed to make up your own imaginary lines. If you go somewhere you're not allowed, they can lock you up and keep you as a prisoner.

    If you're rich, these important people will let you go to more places than if you're poor, because rich people need more freedom than poor people.

    If these important people have an argument with the important people who live near to somewhere you want to visit, those people may ban you from going to that place because of an argument that you have absolutely nothing to do with.

    If a group of important people from far away decide that you can visit somewhere, they can decide that you don't have the same rights as people who are already there.

    And when you cross an imaginary line, any possessions you are carrying will be scrutinised and the important people can take some of your belongings for themselves, or make you pay extra money to keep them yourself.

    It all makes perfect sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tiny View Post
    Good grief! That bloke is unfit to be a judge, if that's what he thinks!

    How many toddlers would even understand the concept of "immigration", let alone Immigration Law!!! .........
    Agreed, Why is this guy a judge again.

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    Trying to claim that a 4-year-old could understand the simple idea of being an immigrant isn't crazy in and of itself. That's conceivable, if unlikely to be the case with every child of that age.

    However, the idea that they could understand complex legislation not only to a very basic level, but enough to adequately defend their rights in a court of law is utterly absurd.

    The fact that someone in a high-ranking legal position is saying this, as opposed to some random idiot on the street makes it far more concerning. I also think there'll sadly be many people who will assume his remarks are correct just by virtue of his being a judge.

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    Tiny makes a really good point about imaginary lines. My dad was half Native American, me being a part of that heritage. Native Americans didn't own land and had no concept of that. What belonged to one belonged to everyone in the tribe. Land rights and keeping some people "out" seems to be more of a western civilization concept. Anyway, that judge is an idiot.

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    The sun just needs to run out of helium already. Jesus.

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