Only 37% of Naturalized Citizens Believe That the U.S. Constitution Supersedes International Law

A vitally important study by Phyllis Schlafly – Amnesty Is Republican Party Suicide – proving that most non-native born Americans don’t support U.S. sovereignty. 2/3rds of them, the ones John Boehner’s GOP want to legalize, say international law supersedes the U.S. Constitution.

This is truly frightening. It means that if amnesty is granted the character of the nation will be changed forever.

…An enormous body of survey research shows that large majorities of recent immigrants, who are mostly Hispanic and Asian, hold liberal views on most policy issues and therefore vote Democratic two-to-one. Their motivation is not our immigration policy; it is economic issues.

The 2008 National Annenberg Election Survey found that 62 percent of immigrants prefer a single government-run health care system. The 2010 Cooperative Congressional Election Study found that 69 percent of immigrants support Obamacare, and the Pew Research Center found that 75 percent of Hispanic and 55 percent of Asian immigrants support bigger government.

A Harris poll found that 81 percent of native-born Americans believe the schools should teach students to be proud of being American, compared to only 50 percent of immigrants who had become naturalized U.S. citizens. Only 37 percent of naturalized citizens (compared to 67 percent of native-born citizens) think our Constitution has a higher legal authority than international law.

The Pew Research Center reported in 2011 that, of all groups surveyed, Hispanics have the most negative view of capitalism in America — 55 percent. This is even higher than the supporters of Occupy Wall Street…

Comments are closed.