12th July 2013
Yet more ‘jobs Americans won’t do’, I guess.
On Monday, the Californian State Senate passed legislation AB817 that would allow non-citizens to help voters when they cast their ballots. Assemblyman Rob Bonta, D-Alameda sponsored the bill, which would permit as many as five permanent residents who entered the U.S. legally to help voters at polling places.
‘Permanent residents who entered the U.S. legally’? Well, that’s all right then. We all know how thoroughly vetted citizenship and legal residency are in California. What could go wrong?