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First of all, let’s get one thing straight.  The citizens of the United States Owe you nothing.  Back in August, they demanded free organ transplants.  The excuse we get is it’s not their fault that their parents broke the law.  So if your parents robbed a bank and gave you $20,000, would you get to keep the money because, after all, you did nothing illegal?  What if your parents sold smack and for your birthday bought you a $150,000 Lotus?  They get caught.  Would you get to keep the car even though it wasn’t you who broke the law?   No.  So why do you deserve free medical, free tuition, free food, free heat, free money?

Roughly three dozen illegal immigrants are suing the state of Georgia for handouts.  They are asking the court to order the state to discount their tuition.  The judge in the case, DeKalb County Superior Court Judge Mark Anthony Scott, heard arguments about moving the case to Fulton County .  Charles Kuck, lawyer for the illegals claims that they can sue in any county with a school in it.

Georgia state law says that anyone applying for in-state tuition must prove they have a lawful presence in Georgia.  The illegal aliens claim that Obama’s policy of not deporting them makes them legal.  However, without legislation from congress there is no legal status.  Obama refusing to enforce the law does not make that act legal.

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The judge told both sides that the case is complicated and asked both sides for additional written arguments.

Steven Ahle is the Editor of Red Statments.