Your taxes are probably a lot higher, and your kids will have to pay off the debt built up because of various welfare programs for blacks, educating their kids, prison costs, etc.
That's also what I wonder about why ebrown is so pro-illegals to this country. We are a country of immigrants, but we also have laws for legal immigration.
Funny, that! We've owned homes in this country since the early sixties. Two years ago?
(Other states did so later, a lot later partly.)
California passed the first alien land law in 1913, prohibiting “aliens ineligible for citizenship” from owning property. Over a dozen other states, including Florida, followed suit. The wording was originally inserted into the Florida constitution in 1926.
Amendment 1 would delete provisions from the state constitution that authorize the Legislature to regulate or prohibit the ownership, inheritance, disposition and possession of real property by aliens (legal or illegal) that are ineligible for citizenship.
For years U.S. naturalized citizenship had been limited to “free, white persons” under the 1790 Naturalization Act, so the term “aliens ineligible for citizenship” directly targeted Asian immigrants and non-U.S. born people of color.
It was not until 1952 that the restriction was lifted. In addition, most of the alien land laws were repealed between 1940 and 1960.
Florida is the last state in the country with such wording still in its constitution.
Walter, That is true; many Japanese families were able to get around that by caucasian friends who used their name to purchase property.