Here they go again...
Years after we defeated the last attempt to grant amnesty to between 10 and 20 million illegal aliens, our elected officials still haven't gotten the message that Americans OPPOSE amnesty.
It's the same shell game as before: they promise increased border security in exchange for amnesty for illegals that are already here.
That was the promise in 1986 when we gave amnesty to 3 million illegals. 10 to 20 million more illegals later, it's obvious that it was a broken promise.
We can't be fooled again.
Currently, a "Gang of Eight" in the US Senate has introduced a massive, "comprehensive" immigration bill, that was negotiated in secret. Those who helped write it? Big labor, big business and representatives of illegal aliens - all those who will benefit from amnesty.
Of course those who are pushing this bill say that it's not amnesty. They say that it simply fixes "our broken immigration system". But giving legal residency and a path to citizenship (and voter registration cards) to people who have broken our laws has just one definition: amnesty. read more »
By this time, it’s obvious that our glorious leader and fearless visionary is facing a very dicey path on his way to ‘another four years’. The facts are that no one in their right mind wants to see another four years of government sponsored penury… or government tyranny. Barack Hussein Obama committed his latest unconstitutional and illegal act by pronouncing the illegal alien ‘dream act’ through imperial fiat. Nothing, but nothing, this president has done to date is going to have the slap-in-the-face effect that his latest pandering will generate.
While the extra-constitutional behavior of Barack Hussein has the Kool-Aid crowd breathless with adoration, it hasn’t done much for his public relations image with the rest of the country. This is a country of immigrants. The synthesis of many cultures has gone into the formation of this country. The freedoms we enjoy and the opportunities those freedoms represent have been the beacon of promise for millions of legal immigrants… my own ancestors included. They prospered, we prospered, because of what they did, not because of what they had been given. They depended on government for nothing, except to stay out of their way. That’s exactly as the founders envisioned and intended for it to work. read more »