Yes, Puerto Ricans in the United States should be granted every single right and privilege that mainland Americans enjoy. They are held accountable if they do something wrong and punished by American laws. Every American should be treated equally no matter what their race or nationally is, this is the American way.
Puerto Rico is United States territory and many in the country support it becoming a new state in the union. They're all but American citizens at this point, and just because they speak a different language than the majority in the mainland doesn't need they deserve to be marginalized or ignored.
Puerto Rico is a country that receives a lot of support from the United States. Puerto Ricans already enjoy some of the same governmental rights as the rest of Americans. Puerto Ricans should be allowed the same rights as long as Americans are given similar rights while in Puerto Rico.
I think that Puerto Ricans in the United States should be granted every single right and privilege that mainland American enjoy. They have every right to be here in the country and should be treated like every other American regardless of the fact that Puerto Rico is just still a territory.
I know many Puerto Ricans, and they are greedy. They commit crimes, and go to the island to hide. They pretend to like others. They hate Dominicans, Cape verdeans, Blacks. I know I live with a bunch of them.
They come in bunches. To much. Then when they arrive they take over. Me no speak English.
I do not believe Puerto Ricans in the United States should be granted every single right and privilege that mainland Americans enjoy, but from my understanding they do. I think we should either give Puerto Rico their independence or force them to become a state. I don't think they should be allowed to sit in limbo.