ROLL RIGHT UP FOLKS – EVERYBODY DRIVES

Thanks to the 9th U.S. Circus Court of Jesters based in San Franfeako, California, people in Arizona who cannot read, write or understand English and cannot follow basic traffic signs may obtain a driver’s license and legally drive anywhere in the United States. Like in California, they are allowed an “interpreter” to read, but not answer questions on the written test. There is no proctor overseeing the test, but I’m sure no illegal alien would cheat.

This is not the culmination by any means, but certainly a high point of President Obummer’s Dream Act. We now have people with no want, will or allegiance to the government or the nationals and legal residents claiming that they will be out of the shadows and no longer considered second-class citizens.

They are welcomed, but uninvited guests of this country. They are not citizens, but still they demand the same services, benefits and entitlements as citizens. According to dictionary definitions (which they obviously cannot read), they are not citizens…not second-class citizens, not even third-class citizens.

From Dictionary.com
Citizen:
1.
a native or naturalized member of a state or nation who owes allegiance to its government and is entitled to its protection (distinguished from alien).

From Merriam-Webster
Citizen:
1.
a :  a member of a state
b :  a native or naturalized person who owes allegiance to a government and is entitled to protection from it

I thought California had gone to the weeds and moved to Arizona. But Arizona is still under the jurisdiction of the same clown posse.

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