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Re: "Anchor Baby" B.S.
Reply #170 - Oct 12th, 2015 at 1:55am
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The Opposition wrote on Oct 11th, 2015 at 10:02pm:
You're dodging the issue and you don't know that. She may really believe all those people will abuse her baby. Mothers can get possessive. The question is whether she has a right to exclude people from taking care of her child.

No, your question was whether she could exclude "all those people", a question you purposely designed to be equivalent to her immunity from incarceration (or deportation).

But your new question has the same answer for a different reason. You can't be a legal guardian from prison as a practical matter.

The Opposition wrote on Oct 11th, 2015 at 10:02pm:
I suppose I'm asking whether the babysitter violates the parent's rights in any way when she acts against the wishes of the parent. (Inherently, not due to agreement.)

Inherently, of course not. But "against the wishes of the parent" refers to an agreement, and can't possible be interpreted to mean "inherently".

The Opposition wrote on Oct 11th, 2015 at 10:02pm:
That opens the door to every use of force the government employs being labelled defensive.

That's silly. Do laws against murder "open the door" to government falsely labeling peaceful acts as murder? Even if so, there's a huge difference between opening your door and inviting someone in.
  
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