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Some States Consider Resident Entrance Exams


Following the cues of law and medical schools, some midwestern and southern states are considering entrance exams for new residents. Anna Tuffass, Texas Director of Immigration said recently, “We have seen what residents of California have done to their state as well as neighboring states and what New Yorkers have done to the rest of the country. We want to protect our Texas way of life so we may start to screen new residents.”


Missouri has devised a short test to screen potential residents. Below are a few of the questions being considered:


1. Regarding the right to free speech, I feel:

a. Everyone has a right to share what they feel and believe.

b. Everyone has a right to share what they believe as long as it does not offend me.

c. Don’t know. When will Missouri legalize marijuana?


2. Regarding the right to bear arms, I believe:

a. Every law-abiding citizen has a right to protect themselves and own guns.

b. Guns scare me and only criminals and police should have them.

c. Don’t know. When will Missouri legalize marijuana?


3. Who should pay taxes?

a. All citizens should pay something for their contribution to the state.

b. Rich people have all the money and should pay all the taxes.

c. Don’t know. When will Missouri legalize marijuana?


States that enact entrance exams will certainly be challenged in court. Alabama Attorney General, Sue Yourasz said, “We welcome the challenge. East and west coast states have butchered the US Constitution so badly we think we can use their own laws against them. If that doesn’t work, we will just call them racists or some type of ‘phobe.’ That will certainly work because after all, they see their world through liberal privilege.”


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