Archive for the 'Amnesty' Category

What’s Happening NOW

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

There are so many things going that it’s hard to stay on top of things. NumbersUSA has a Web page that is constantly updated so you can see how your Senators are voting. Pay attention to these bastards and remember their actions at election time.

Keep calling the fence sitters! Even though their […]

Invasion Masquerading As Immigration

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

Film Director Ronald F. Maxwell wrote a fantastic Op-Ed piece.
Washington Times
What is happening on the southern border is unprecedented. Not only in our own history, but in the history of the world. No country at any time anywhere has sustained the influx of tens of millions of foreigners across its borders. A wave of anti-American […]

Karl Rove Is The Devil

Thursday, April 6th, 2006

Washington — Embattled White House political czar Karl Rove has injected himself into the increasingly chaotic immigration battle in the Senate, lobbying GOP senators in hopes they’ll accept a guest worker program reviled by some conservatives in his party.
On Monday, Rove met at the White House with Republican senators, including Sen. Jon Kyl (R-Ariz.) and […]

Union Leaders Boo McCain on Immigration

Wednesday, April 5th, 2006

Sen. John McCain (news, bio, voting record) threatened on Tuesday to cut short a speech to union leaders who booed his immigration views and later challenged his statements on organized labor and the Iraq war.
“If you like, I will leave,” McCain told the AFL-CIO’s Building and Construction Trades Department, pivoting briefly from the lectern. He […]

My Visit To Senator Feinstein’s Office

Wednesday, April 5th, 2006

Video: Windows
Senator Dianne Feinstein is on the Senate Judiciary Committee. She voted in favor of the “guest worker” amnesty bill. I called her office yesterday and the guy who answered the phone was being argumentative with me. One of the tactics the open border lobby likes to use is that we have […]

Call The Fence Sitters

Tuesday, April 4th, 2006

FAIR update:
The Senate continues to debate immigration reform this week as the public anxiously awaits action on the Kennedy/Bush amnesty plan and the Frist border security plan that also doubles legal immigration taking jobs from doctors, nurses and high-tech workers.
The dangerous proposal sent to the Senate Floor by Senator Specter would grant amnesty to the […]

Frist Wants Immigration Vote This Week

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

Washington Post
Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist said Sunday he wants a full Senate vote on an immigration bill this week and believes that urgent action is needed despite sharp divisions over whether proposed legislation would amount to amnesty.
‘There are 3 million people every year coming across our borders illegally. We don’t know who they are; […]

Jorge Bush May Veto Enforcement Only Bill

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

Washington Times
Cancun, Mexico — President Bush yesterday did not rule out vetoing a border security bill if it does not include a guest-worker program, but said he’s convinced Congress will send him a bill that includes such a provision.
His stance puts him on a collision course with the House, which passed such an immigration enforcement-only […]

Mexico is a Foreign Enemy

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

This was posted on the Conservative Voice forum. I’m not sure who wrote it but it’s right on the money.
The Conservative Voice
To: President Bush and Members of the US Congress
Each of you has taken an oath to uphold the US Constitution, and to defend America against all enemies, foreign and domestic.
Your authority to govern […]

Guest-Worker Programs Are a Dead End

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

Human Events Online
‘’In short, guest-worker programs are both immoral and unworkable. But their appeal is enduring, because they can satisfy the immediate economic demands of an important constituency while pretending not to have any adverse consequences on the rest of society. Our country has too often succumbed to this temptation for policymakers to be able […]

American Dhimmitude: The Road From Amnesty

Monday, April 3rd, 2006

National Review
Hundreds of thousands of illegal aliens and their supporters have marched over the past couple of weeks demanding amnesty and opposing stricter immigration enforcement.
This isn’t really about immigration, though — it’s about power.
What we’re seeing in the streets is a naked assertion of power by outsiders against the American nation. They demand that we […]

Blacks, Hispanics, Poor Favor Immigration Crackdown

Saturday, April 1st, 2006

Contrary to conventional wisdom, minorities and the poor overwhelmingly favor a get tough approach on illegal immigration - as they proved just two years ago by supporting Arizona’s Proposition 200 in a landslide.
As the 2004 election approached, the immigration crackdown, which proposed denying state services to anyone who couldn’t prove they were in the country […]

Merging the US, Canada, and Mexico

Saturday, April 1st, 2006

Well, the Bush regime’s efforts to merge the US, Canada, and Mexico into one regional government are almost complete. These actions are not missteps, as some conservatives would like to believe, but deliberate and purposeful efforts for a regional government. A few reminders:
Merging the US, Canada, & Mexico
Bush Decries Border Project
Alberto Gonzalez and La Raza
1 […]

Amnesty for Illegals Equals Importing Poverty

Saturday, April 1st, 2006

Why do Senators John McCain, Arlen Specter, and the many other amnesty granting senators have such contempt for the US Constitution? Why are they unwilling to enforce existing border protection laws? Why have they done this over the years? Why are they willing to give amnesty to 11 million illegal aliens when it will cost […]

The 3 Amigo’s Plot American Destruction

Friday, March 31st, 2006

CANCUN, Mexico (Reuters) - U.S. President George W. Bush warned at the end of a North American summit on Friday that an immigration plan being debated by the U.S. Congress must include a guest worker program for illegal immigrants.
The so-called three amigos — Bush, Mexican President […]