Today, 11:51 AM
The people who established this "government of the people" did not think to put control of immigration in the US Constitution. Moreover, all the immigration laws passed up until 1921 involved attempts to keep specific people out: Chinese, the mentally retarded, prostitutes, and so on.
So there was no original intent to blanket keep people out, and the whole notion was born of racist bullshit.
You are contradicting yourself. Rights always apply - and you said that everyone has God given rights, inherent to their humanity.
If I, as a US citizen, have a right to be here, but non-citizens do not have this right, then we're not talking about rights.
So you've just pigeonholed yourself into one of three positions.
1) Rights are not inherent to humanity,