Back to indentured
servitude. The Obama administration's immigration proposals are both bad policy and cynical
politics — harming our economy and our workers while turning foreign workers into indentured servants.
Better SAVE Than Sorry.
Why would nearly 50 Democrats not allow legislation they co-sponsored to get to the House floor for a vote?
Because their boss, Speaker Nancy Pelosi, doesn't want meaningful immigration reform that protects our borders.
Be Careful Crossing Kennedy's Bridge.
Even though poor Sen. Harry Reid insists on calling the Senate's latest attempt to inundate the nation with hordes
of suddenly legalized illegal immigrants the president's bill, it is really Sen. Kennedy's monstrosity. The
president, desperate to get any kind of amnesty measure through Congress while he's still in the White House,
has embraced the Kennedy bill, but that doesn't change the fact that it's Kennedy's illegitimate offspring.
Mr. Bush has simply become the kid's Godfather.
The Preferences Are
Coming — Twelve Million of Them. The 12 million or more who entered the United States illegally,
and would gain United States citizenship under the current immigration proposal, Senate Bill 1348, will qualify
for race preferences and privileges for which the majority of Americans are not eligible. This is not
Legalized Hispanic immigrants, [Ward] Connerly says
would be part of an officially sanctioned
will the new agency be? Why isn't anyone talking about the new governmental agency needed to
implement the Senate's "comprehensive" immigration reform bill?
GOP: Hasta la Vista, Baby! Success in politics depends on the ability of a candidate or a
party to forge and maintain coalitions. One of the most successful coalitions in modern political history
has been the "Reagan Coalition", which brought together economic and social conservatives under the umbrella of
the Republican Party. ... The coalition that Reagan fashioned is fraying, however, and is on the verge of
unraveling. The causes are many, but the coup de grace is likely to be the current
controversy over immigration.
No to Bush-Kennedy.
The Bush-Kennedy immigration "reform," which is now expected to win broad bipartisan support in that chamber,
provides legal status for an estimated 12 million illegal aliens. In exchange for the massive,
unpopular amnesty, Senator Kennedy is willing to engage in a little "border dressing" that purports to beef up
enforcement of current laws barring illegal entry and the employment of illegal workers.
Now Fix Immigration.
The US Senate has shown itself to be an incompetent gaggle of grandstanders. On the conservative side, the
policy initiative should therefore revert to our best and most thoughtful people, those who share our mainstream
American values. The United States used to have immigration policies that worked reasonably well.
It must be possible to make that happen again.
20 Loopholes in the Senate Immigration Bill:
For example, one loophole in the "enforcement trigger" fails to require the U.S. VISIT system — the biometric
border check-in/check-out system established by Congress in 1996, but never implemented — to be fully functioning
before new worker or amnesty programs begin. Without the system in place, the U.S. has no method of
ensuring that workers and their families do not overstay their visas.
Rotten Deal. The U.S. has now constructed .286 percent of the 700 miles of fencing on the
southern border provided for in 2006's Secure Fence Act. That is sufficient for a bipartisan group of
senators to want to effectively declare this brief national experiment with immigration enforcement
Bush opens the border to Mexican trucks and drivers. Anyone who does much driving on our highways
in ordinary sedans knows how crowded with big trucks the highways already are. President George W.
Bush's latest concession to Mexico is to allow Mexican trucks for the first time to have open access to all
our highways, roads and bridges. It is painful to note that the Bush administration is less protective
of U.S. interests than the late, unlamented administration of former president Bill Clinton.
President Bush has torn the
conservative coalition asunder. I suspect the White House and its allies have turned to name
calling because they're defensive, and they're defensive because they know they have produced a big and
indecipherable mess of a bill — one that is literally bigger than the Bible, though as someone noted
last week, at least we actually had a few years to read the Bible. The White House and its supporters
seem to be marshalling not facts but only sentiments, and self-aggrandizing ones at that.
Groups unite against 'amnesty'.
The debate over President Bush's immigration bill and opposition to it as an "amnesty" proposal have invigorated
otherwise dispirited conservative interest groups and forged an anti-Bush unity on the right not seen since the
Supreme Court nomination of Harriet Miers.
Immigration Bill May Rise Again. In all of the years I have been here I never
have known when the establishment really wants something that the establishment cannot
obtain it. And the establishment really wants this bill.
Hilton and immigration reform: The pervasive sense of the American people is that our
government — Democrat or Republican — is not responsive to us. The latest
Rasmussen poll showed just 23 percent of Americans supported the Senate immigration legislation,
while 50 percent were opposed. Pluralities of Republicans, Democrats, unaffiliated
voters, male voters, female voters, older voters, younger voters, white voters and voters of
colors all opposed the bill.
Immigration Bill Is Worse Than You Think.
The legislation has an incredible number of problems with it. Some, as I will point out tonight, can only be
considered deliberate. Whereas on the one hand it has nice words with good sounding phrases in it to do
good things, on the second hand it completely eviscerates that, oftentimes in a way that only the most careful
reading by a good lawyer would discover.
Come to the aid of your country.
I used to think we needed to leave the Constitution alone. That was before the Senate decided to extend
citizenship to as many as 20 million lawbreakers whose sole purpose in breaking the law was to gain U.S.
citizenship. Talk about making the punishment fit the crime! This punishment fits the crime
exactly — they are identical!
Bush Gives Immigration Wink and
Nod. Using soft words to describe events, actions or persons in order to disguise their true
nature is becoming a well-honed art among politicians in Washington and across the country, and nowhere more
apparent than in efforts by the administration of President Bush and its supporters to sugarcoat the crisis of
illegal immigration in and into the United States.
Of Ants and Immigrants:
This is exactly what happened when we tried amnesty before; by letting these lawbreakers off the hook, by actually
rewarding their efforts, it became obvious that America was a great picnic basket waiting to be fed upon.
Their numbers increased exponentially when we fed them. President Bush and Congress are preparing an
all-you-can-eat buffet, and the President, at least, believes this will somehow stem the tide. They don`t
seem to grasp that the guest-worker program is the equivalent of a giant dinner bell calling the hungry to feast.
Amnesty: Undermining America's Civilization.
Senate Bill 1348, giving mass amnesty to as many as 20 million illegal aliens, proves a treacherous and
outrageous act against our civilization by the U.S. Congress.
Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation
said, "This bill will add 103 million people into the United States in 20 years and cost American
taxpayers $2.3 trillion." Current demographic figures show the United States doubling its population
from 300 million to 600 million via immigration. The ramifications of multiplying our current
dilemmas double in every aspect of this civilization.
A Green Card in Every Pot. Yes, this
country has absorbed huge migrations of illiterate peasants in the past — notably Italian immigrants
at the turn of the last century. But also notably, half of them went back. We got the good ones.
America was not yet a welfare state guaranteeing room and board to the luckless, the lazy and the incompetent
from cradle to grave.
So Much for the 9/11 Commission Report.
Let's consider the facts. When Kennedy and others refer to these millions of illegal aliens as being
"undocumented", a political agenda is in play and manipulative language is being used: they want to
distract us from the fact that these people are defined, according to the American law, as illegal aliens and
that they are present in the United States in violation of the law. That violation is what makes
them "illegal aliens."
A lame joke becomes
reality. Talk about "a fast track to citizenship"! Never mind probationary visas, Z-visas and Green
Cards, in the eyes of the Democrat steering "comprehensive immigration reform" through Congress these guys are
already "undocumented Americans."
For Breakdown. One of the biggest — and least discussed — problems with the
immigration bill now before the Senate is the sheer impossibility of implementing it. The measure would
triple the workload at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services — an agency that the Government
Accountability Office says is already at the breaking point. It's an invitation not only to fraud, but to
any terrorist group or criminal gang that's looking to insert minions into America.
Immigration Bill Will Cost Taxpayers Trillions. Over the weekend senators only had access to
a draft of the bill for "discussion purposes only" which in small print ran over 300 pages. Once the
working draft is put into proper legislative form, it's expected to be anywhere from 800 to 1,000 pages long.
Because of the hurried way the immigration bill is being rushed through the Senate, no fiscal analysis has been
completed to find out how much it will cost taxpayers.
Fraud: Part II. Every aspect of the current immigration bill, and of the arguments made for
it, has Fraud written all over it. The first, and perhaps biggest, fraud is the argument that illegal
aliens are "doing jobs Americans won't do." There are no such jobs. Even in the sector of the
economy in which illegal immigrants have the highest representation — agriculture — they
are just 24 percent of the workers. Where did the other 76 percent come from, if these are
jobs that Americans won't do?
Turn Up the
Heat. In reality, illegal immigrants are far more interested in legal status than in
citizenship. The bill gives them that immediately. (It is a prize available only to those
aliens who have violated our immigration laws.) The enforcement provisions in the bill, meanwhile,
the lid off a secret immigration deal: Granting amnesty to illegal immigrants will eventually make
them eligible for welfare, Social Security, Medicare and other government benefits. Senior research fellow
Robert Rector [of the Heritage Foundation] gave a preliminary estimate of the cost of amnesty to the
taxpayer — a whopping $400,000 per person over the average lifespan and age of entry
for the illegal immigrant.
Immigration Bill Subverts Americanization, English
Language. Whether America ultimately absorbs 12,000 or all 12 million illegal aliens
estimated to live here, it will be better for them and this nation if they speak, study, and vote in English,
understand America's Constitution and political culture, respect our history and civic traditions, and honor
our flag and national heroes. Otherwise, bedlam awaits.
Big Problems With The Senate's Amnesty Bill: The amnesty bill in the Senate looks as if it's going
to be around a thousand pages, it didn't go through normal channels in the Senate, and it was just recently
released, so there are sure to be dozens of serious problems with it that either haven't been discovered or
widely publicized yet. Then, once the amendment process gets started, a whole new host of issues will
Cost of Scamnesty: $126 Billion. Yes, that's $126 billion with a b, which rhymes with see,
we told you so. Government revenues, based on how the bill is actually written, would decrease
by $78.5 billion for the ten-year period. If the bill had been drafted as it should have been,
government revenues would supposedly increase by $43.6 billion. We're supposed
to have confidence in that?
is Being Destroyed By Stealth Legislation. The first step was to allow millions of illegal aliens
into the country. The next step is to explain that "amnesty" is something other then "amnesty."
The Immigration Bill
Sells Out the Poor. So do we need 12 million illegal immigrants to pick our crops? How
many people actually do pick our crops? I had to check. The best I can figure is around 300,000
people, based on the Bureau of Labor Statistics for non managerial positions.
newly troubled immigration policy. When Republicans like George W. Bush, and even the beloved
conservative Sen. Jon Kyl of Arizona, give in to a vast amnesty plan, how much worse could the Democrats be?
I hate the immigration issue for many reasons, but most practically because it may have just won the Democrats
the presidency in 2008.
Immigration debacle: The
bipartisan immigration "reform" legislation pushed by Sens. Edward M. Kennedy and Jon Kyl and others,
applauded by Michael Chertoff, the secretary of Homeland Security, and Carlos Gutierrez, the secretary of
Commerce, is a disaster in the making. That is not so slowly becoming abundantly clear. It's a
disaster for national security, for keeping Islamist jihadists out of the country, for exploding the costs of
Social Security, Medicare and Medicaid, for preserving the rule of law, and for that quaint principle called
The "A" Word:
For a long time, the most popular example of chutzpah, the Yiddish word for monumental gall, was the guy who
killed his parents and then asked the court for mercy because he was an orphan. But we now have an
example that at least runs a close second. We have Hispanics who broke the law by sneaking into the
country, had a baby at our expense, and then insisted they have the constitutional right to remain here
because their kid's an American citizen.
The immigration debate features magical thinking.
The U.S. Senate, under the leadership of Sen. Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., embarks today on an exercise in
magical thinking. Reid and his Democratic allies — including Sen. Ken Salazar, D-Colo. — will
attempt to convince the American people that the U.S. Senate is about to adopt "comprehensive immigration
reform" that is (pick your favorite adjective) tough, practical, sensible, realistic and humane. These
words have been carefully chosen since last year when the Senate adopted a measure that was roundly
rejected by the then much more conservative House.
fraud: Under this new plan, its advocates claim, illegal immigrants would "have to leave the
country" and re-apply to come back in legally and get on a path toward citizenship. It sounds good but
on closer examination it turns out to be a fraud. How long would the illegal immigrants have to leave
the country? According to the Senate bill they "may exit the United States and immediately re-enter."
In other words, do a U-turn and come right back. How is that for "tough" border control?
Border Fence Becomes Law. Republican
President George W. Bush entered this election year with a plan to force Congress to do something that
the majority of Republican members did not want to do: enact an amnesty for illegal aliens.
Hiring Is Rarely Penalized. The Bush administration, which is vowing to crack down on U.S.
companies that hire illegal workers, virtually abandoned such employer sanctions before it began pushing
to overhaul U.S. immigration laws last year, government statistics show.
Senate OKs $2 billion to
stop illegals. The Senate yesterday [4/26/2006] approved immediately spending nearly
$2 billion to stop illegal immigration, the largest such infusion of emergency cash for the
effort in recent years.
Bush is out of
touch with GOP regarding illegal immigration. Like many teenagers, President George W.
Bush dashed off to Cancun for spring break. Protected by a long and impenetrable fence and plenty of
security guards, he met privately with the Mexican president and wealthy chief executive officers from both
countries. Bush should have gone to the Arizona border where U.S. citizens really need a fence to
protect themselves, their children, their animals and their property from the hundreds of illegal
immigrants who tramp across their land every night.
Bush Immigration Plan is a Bad
Idea. I am against President Bush's newly announced plan to revise America's immigration system,
but what's worse is that I don't think I even understand his motivations behind it — either on
substance or politically.
Immigration, part 2: American
culture. With the firestorm of debate over President Bush's immigration plan we've heard very
little public airing of a factor that concerns many opponents of relaxed immigration policies: the
changes to our culture they are certain to bring about.
Bush, senators agree on alien
citizenship, shut out critics. President Bush and a group of senators yesterday [4/25/2006]
reached general agreement on an immigration bill that includes a pathway to citizenship for many illegal
aliens. But left out of the closed-door White House meeting were senators who oppose a path to
End run eyed on border
bill. Senate Republicans proposed immediately spending nearly $2 billion to combat
illegal border crossings, making an end run around Democrats and some Republicans who oppose border-security
legislation that doesn't include a guest-worker program or what many consider to be amnesty.
The Bush Administration's
de facto open borders immigration policy: Homeland Security seems like an incredibly
bad joke, when the Bush Administration will not enforce border security, while a virtual tidal wave of
illegal immigrants are crossing our borders. Furthermore, our internal immigration enforcement is
purely nominal. Once illegal immigrants are in the country only arrest for a felony is likely to
get them deported.
United States of North
America. Elitists in the United States, Mexico, and Canada are plotting to merge these three
nations into a single regional government similar to the European Union.
hurt our standard of living. In order to preserve our way of life and standard of living, we must
restrict legal immigration and prevent illegal immigration. Legal immigration has been well
over 1 million each year for many years and Senators John McCain, Edward Kennedy and Arlen Specter
want to double that. They want to grant amnesty to the 11 million to 20 million law
breakers already here.
rips 'illegal invader' event in article. As the battle over immigration continues in Congress,
Republican Rep. Steve King of Iowa has written a blistering broadside against the planned National Day
Reform. Congress and the White House are playing some cruel prank, right? Surely, they
can't be serious about granting amnesty to millions of illegal aliens and opening the border floodgates even
wider than they already are to millions more aliens who will be instantly legalized as "guest workers."
Unfortunately, this is no joke. It is for real, and it is deadly serious.
Immigration bill proposes
in-state tuition for illegals. The immigration bill now under consideration in the Senate
would grant even a broader amnesty to illegal aliens than similar legislation did in 1986, conservatives
say, and would make hundreds of thousands of illegal residents eligible for in-state tuition at public
colleges and universities.
Overqualified Immigrant: If the
federal government ever gets its act together and passes a much-needed immigration reform, I'm giving up my
legal career and taking up a profession that will actually allow me to become a U.S. citizen. Like
gardening. Or construction. Or anything else that counts as "unskilled."
don't take immigration reform seriously. Consider the current immigration debate in this
light. In the transnational view, patriotism, assimilation and cultural cohesion are obsolete
concerns. Borders and the nation-state are on the way out. Transnational flows of
populations are inevitable.
So Hillary Speaks For Jesus on Immigration
Now? This one simply tickled me. Hillary made claims that by enforcing tougher immigration
laws, we are in effect transgressing against Jesus Christ. Here is a woman, who has spoken to the entire
nation about adhering to biblical principles with a history that would shame the devil himself. So I
would like to find where Hillary gleaned her knowledge of scripture and question what she has said when what
I have read and learned is contrary to her statement.
chicanery about H-1B visas. It's called the H-1B racket, and it's very profitable for the
big corporations. This system is not the free market; it's politicians and corporations conniving
to do an end run around our immigration laws in order to keep wages artificially low.
House Conservatives Want an
End to Birthright Citizenship. House conservatives today [12/8/2005] announced
plans to amend a Republican-sponsored immigration reform bill with language calling for the
construction of a 2,000-mile fence along the U.S.-Mexico border and a provision that would
deny citizenship to children born in the U.S. whose parents aren't citizens.
crisis: The flow of illegals across our southern border will only get worse if Washington
continues to ignore the tell-tale warnings coming from the region.
From a Melting Pot to a
Chamber Pot: What Clinton/Gore did not dare do for fear of Republican demagoguery, Bush
celebrates. The legalization of millions, no tens of millions, of law-breaking illegal aliens!
must keep focus on woes caused by illegal immigration. Democratic Govs. Bill Richardson
of New Mexico and Janet Napolitano of Arizona have declared a state of emergency and asked for federal
help to deal with the costs of the violence and property damage caused by illegal immigrants coming over
their southern borders. If President Bush lets these partisan Democrats get to the right of him
on the immigration issue, all Republicans will suffer in the next election.
USA. For decades, federal officials have ignored the pleas of American citizens
to secure our borders against an immense, ongoing migration invasion that includes not only
millions of "common variety" illegal aliens, but also drug traffickers, terrorists, and other
violent criminals. Now, under the pretense of providing security, the Bush administration
is adopting an outrageous policy that, in effect, does away with our borders with Mexico and
stop sign. One agent per mile of border? No wonder those few agents are
overwhelmed. This isn't a lack of ability — it's a lack of effort. The
government is making no serious attempt to stop the flood of illegals.
amnesty bill: This bipartisan deal cut by Sen. John McCain is noxious. No,
the issue isn't judges. (Or campaign finance, or health care, or any number of other
things.) It's illegal immigration and a proposal that has just been cooked up by the Arizona
maverick and the Massachusetts non-maverick Sen. Ted Kennedy to grant an amnesty
to millions of illegal immigrants.
Encouraged Illegal Aliens, "Tried to Cover It Up," Lawmaker Says. The co-sponsor of
legislation to make it more difficult for illegal aliens to find work in the United States said Tuesday
that the Bush administration is encouraging the illegal entry by offering amnesty and is trying to cover
up the proof of its actions. U.S. Rep. Tom Tancredo (R-Colo.) has consistently warned that the
"Temporary Worker Program," proposed by President Bush in January, would, "encourage millions of people
to come here illegally seeking his amnesty proposal."
Amnesty to Be Introduced Soon. Senator Larry Craig announced on Wednesday [4/13/2005] that
he plans to offer his AgJobs legislation as an amendment to the Iraq spending bill. If passed,
AgJobs would allow illegal immigrants in agricultural work to remain legally in the U.S. for at least
a period of three years.
Want Gun Buyers Checked, Not Illegal Aliens. Dozens of U.S. House members who sponsored the
nationwide instant background check system for gun buyers in 1993 or backed the expansion of that system
in 2002, have shown no support for a similar database intended to identify illegal aliens trying to find
work in the U.S. At least one member who supported the gun control measure is challenging the
proposal to crack down on illegal immigrants.
border! Despite the fact that millions of foreigners invade our country, break our laws, rob
us of billions in tax dollars and provide cover for terrorists, drug dealers and arms merchants hell-bent
on destroying what is left of our civilization, the Bush administration is unconcerned.
Democrats on the high ground. When everyone south of the Rio Grande has a green card we won't
need the Border Patrol. But that's an odd way to quell the hell on the border. Runaway illegal
immigration is the sleeper issue of this year, and years to come, but the Bush administration seems oddly
out to a late lunch.
Guide For Illegal Aliens: Cash
In On Colorado! Colorado Governor Bill Owens' gushy welcome to Spanish-speaking "recent
arrivals" appears just below that of Mexico's Consul: "As governor of Colorado, I want to take
this opportunity to welcome you to our great state, which appreciates recent arrivals and your
contribution to our economy and culture." Putting out the welcome-to-welfare mat, Owens
continues: "I also want to recommend this Guide to you, so that it will help you to adapt
successfully to Colorado, whose institutions and agencies exist to help its people and families."
Immigration Plan Meets GOP Opposition. President Bush's plan to liberalize
the nation's immigration laws to allow millions of undocumented workers the opportunity
for legal status appears to be on a collision course with newly aroused sentiment among
House Republicans pushing for a crackdown on illegal immigration.
Amnesty and Culture: The
president claims that America lacks the political will to deport the eight to twelve million illegal
aliens already here, so we have no choice but to grant them visas. But what message does this send
to the rest of the world? If we reward millions who came here illegally, surely millions more will
follow suit. Ten years from now we will be in the same position, with a whole new generation of
lawbreakers seeking amnesty. The Bush administration proposal does not provide a coherent immigration
policy, nor does it address the urgent need for stricter control of our borders. The overwhelming
majority of Americans — including legal immigrants — want immigration reduced, not
Tancredo presses White House on
control of border. The chairman of the Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus
yesterday [9/14/2004] questioned the commitment of the nation's border czar to track down and
deport the 8 million to 12 million illegal aliens in the United States, asking whether
he had "any real interest" in getting the job done.
Five reasons to
fear the Democratic party: Reason #4 - The Open Borders Lobby. Groups such as the American Immigration Lawyers
Association, the National Council of La Raza, and the Ford Foundation have protested
enforcement, detention, deportation, employer sanctions, and secure identification measures
every step of the way.
Betrayal: President Bush's proposed immigration reform package is a shocking betrayal of our
nation's sovereignty, culture and economy. It must not be allowed to pass.
Bush's Coming Amnesty
Plan. Get ready for a battle royale to save our borders. The Bush administration and
pro-immigration invasion Democrats and Republicans in Congress are planning a big move this year to give
amnesty to millions of illegal aliens now residing in the United States.
Insanity. Bush Republicans and Clinton Democrats are united in supporting immigration
policies giving thugs and terrorists easy access into America.
why? Part III. We already have enough homegrown America-haters in this country
without importing any more, whether from Mexico or the Middle East. But neither political
party has the guts to put a stop to it.
Right wing sees
betrayals. "It's Clintonlike doublespeak in a Republican platform: I'm against amnesty but
let me define what amnesty is," said Rep. Tom Tancredo, Colorado Republican. "The president is wrong not
to reach out to his base, which opposes amnesty. This pandering to Hispanic voters is going to get the
president into more trouble than if he dealt with illegal immigration forthrightly."
No Tax Deductibility for
Illegals. Last week, I posted a note from a reader who urged that businesses not be
allowed to deduct wages of workers who cannot prove their legal status in the United States.
Court says "Start Your Engines". The U.S. Supreme Court ruled yesterday [6/7/2004] that the Bush
administration can open U.S. roads to Mexican trucks without having to wait for the completion of a lengthy
environmental study, reports the AP. This ruling ends a battle that's been ongoing since NAFTA came
into effect, pitting labor groups against free-traders. NAFTA specified the opening of U.S.
roads in 2000.
Walks like amnesty, talks like amnesty, it must
be amnesty. The White House's intention to grant legal status to non-citizens who have
entered the country illegally was sharply criticized by American Conservative Union chairman
David A. Keene. "The Bush Administration would have us believe that this move toward legalizing the
status of illegal immigrants — lawbreakers — will curb the flow of illegal immigration
and enhance our border security. Nothing could be further from the truth," said Keene.
Bush gives the country
away: Joseph Farah says, "President Bush's plan to legalize 8 million to 12 million
illegal aliens — maybe considerably more — is one of the most irresponsible,
dangerous, reckless proposals to come out of Washington in my lifetime."
Before opening the borders,
seal up the wombs! What is the dirty little secret that the Bush administration doesn't tell
you about its proposed "temporary" guest-worker program? These workers will come here in the prime of
life and, while they are in our country as temporary workers, they will have babies, who immediately become
U.S. citizens. These workers may be poor, but they are not stupid! Can U.S. citizens be
deported? Of course not!
Mass Immigration Melts the
Pot Itself. With mass immigration shredding what Harvard scholar Samuel Huntington calls the
"Anglo Protestant core" of American civilization, the Open Borders lobby remains delighted with the
benefits the shredding brings.
Walks Like a Duck; Talks Like a
Duck... Open borders, illegal immigration, and most recently, Bush's proposal for amnesty and
benefits for illegal aliens. Immigration, illegal or legal, results in the homogenization of
individual nation's populations and cultures and loss of identity: religion, history, language,
political and economic systems. Open borders/illegal immigration has been an essential pillar of
world government for over 200 years and without it world government cannot happen.
Borders: Globalists are maneuvering America into a merger with the rest of the Western
Hemisphere via "free trade" agreements. Their goal, as with the EU, is regional government.
Bush's "open door"
slammed: President Bush is the leading obstacle to controlling illegal immigration in this
country and his "open door" border policy is a threat to national security, the Republican chairman of the
Congressional Immigration Reform Caucus said yesterday [4/18/2002].
Who is Janis
Sposato? Here's a closer look at how bogus the immigration reform charade really is.