Skip to comments.CNN Video: AMNESTY "THE AL QAEDA DREAM BILL" IS ON THE WAY says Border Patrol!
Posted on 11/28/2009 6:45:43 AM PST by iloveamerica1980
Qoute: "Complete betrayal of the nation!" From CNN no less!
But will there be riots?
Can you give us a brief summary? :)
Who needs foreign enemies when we have enough enemies of America sucking up taxpayer money at every level of our government.
Dude, you need to be able to watch the videos!
Essentially border patrol agents are furious over the Senate’s immigration reform compromise. The same people who we are trying to keep out of our country will be granted immunity anyway with this bill.
Palin should do a press conference from the border and quote anonymous agents. Just imagine the coniptions that would send the WH into: a private citizen butting in like that.
I thought the cork sucker in chief took an oath to protect and defend both foreign and domestic. Isn’t this treasonous?
Specifically, the oath states, "support and defend the Constitution of the United States against all enemies, foreign and domestic;"
The 14th Amendment essentially guarantees that this bill is not un-Constitutional.
NAFBPO, the Nat’l Assn. of former border patrol agents works every day to inform us of the dangers of AMNESTY and massive uncontrolled legal/illegal immigration. They are dedicated Americans. Visit their website for the most up to date translated foreign news from south of the border.
“There is a huge push on the part of the current administration, the Senate, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce, many industrial and growers’ organizations, many unions, and the Mexican government (yes, they very much want us to have one) to grant amnesty to millions of illegal aliens in the United States. No one has any good idea of how many - estimates range as high as twenty million. A more probable figure is ten to twelve million.
Let’s call it what it is; an amnesty. That’s what the aliens who would benefit call it, so we will too. The American proponents of it don’t like the term, though, for the word says we are forgiving the criminal violation of the law by the illegal aliens - and the American people would not look favorably on something presented in that light. You can’t change what it is by calling it something else, though, so “amnesty” it is.
They say the beneficiaries will have to pay a fine, and application fees, and will have to learn English. NAFBPO says that’s like letting a burglar off the hook AND keep everything he stole if he will just ‘fess up and pay a thousand-dollar fine.
We had an amnesty in 1986 for three million people. It was supposed to be in conjunction with getting control of the border so the situation would not get out of hand again. As we know now, it didn’t work, and it’s not hard to understand why not: Illegal behavior rewarded encourages more illegal behavior. Yet despite the failure of what was to have been a solution back then, certain people want to do it all over again.
Never mind why they want to have another amnesty, we’ll examine that in another essay (hint: it’s about money - who’d have guessed?). For now, let’s look at all the reasons it’s a bad idea for America and for Americans.”
Find their good reports on FR, keyword nafbpo.
Even FRANCE gets it!
Today, from the NAFBPO report.
El Universo (Guayaquil, Ecuador) 11/26/09
From the President of France, re immigrants
Frances President, Nicolas Sarkozy, asserted that he will never accept a massive regularization of immigrants who are in irregular status in his country because it would be a tragic error and, further, contrary to the values of the French Republic.
France had three regularizations, in 1981, 1997 and 1998.
“Palin should do a press conference from the border and quote anonymous agents”
Unfortunately Palin is for a “path to citizenship” for those illegals that are already here.
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