Friday, March 31, 2006
Rusty Humphries - US Marine Denied Citizenship
What the hell is wrong with this country? George said he even went through his local Congressman to appeal. The irony here is that his Congressional Rep gave him the news of his latest denial. One of his denials for citizenship he received while in Iraq!
If you happened to catch this broadcast, the fill-in host for Rusty said that George did not sound bitter in the face of probably the most heinous and despicable act the INS visited upon someone so worthy of being granted citizenship. This Marine should be at the top of the list. And I thought that volunteering for military duty was a guarantee of citizenship.
George told the show's host that the INS dolt who told him over the phone that his application forms were not filled out properly and she was 'following the letter of the law.' Well the law and the INS are asses!
I hope Rusty's show puts out more information about this. I will continue to dig. If I find something, I will post. If any of you find something please pass this along. This is a cause that we should elevate to the level of Jack Idema, etc. This proud American, and we can call him this since he was born to naturalized legal Mexican parents, needs to be given citizenship immediately. And if we can get the word out to other news-types like FOX, National Review, etc., we might just be able to pull the curtain back and expose the idiocy of the INS bureaucratic leviathan and all the ninnies who shroud themselves in unaccountable and unimaginative insignificance.
I think this makes me more furious than anything else I've read today. GRRRRRRRRR!
I sent Rusty H an email asking for more info about this man...I hope his site posts something.
This is a start.
Any ideas, folks?
I am a non-blogger and can't post my address here. http://hooahwife.com
Second, I was contacted by an immigration attorney. She stated that military active duty get the top spots in the limited amount of open slots each year.
She added that there might be something in his background that would disqualify him based on 'questionalble moral character' issue. Let's do the math...he has seven years active duty Marines. If he did bad stuff as a youth, then it might be the reason. But certainly seven years active duty, no arrests, no AR-15s, etc. should overcome anything he did as a youth(statuts of limitations, etc)
I wish I could get an answer from the RH Show.
Thanks for the reply!
THANK YOU for listening!
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