To: Dr. Marten
On one hand I can agree with you, but on the other...what do you call the act of sacrificing the best interest of America in order to gain the votes of a growing illegal population who has the best interests of their own country in mind?
You fell into that trap that once they obtain this "temporary work visa" they're automatically citizens. This work visa is not a drivers license, nor is it a voter card. Many states require drivers licenses to vote. The ones held to account are the businesses (large or small) who currently employ ILLEGALS. The ones who want to stay here to make a living will go out and apply for citizenship. The others who possess the card will get kicked the hell out by the business owner who hired them and the US government who granted the card, once the card expires. If the business owner doesn't kick them out, the US Government will penalize them and the illegal with the expired card.
Bush's plan is miles above the plan Gray Davis tried to pull on the voters of California..... Look where that got him.
This policy anouncement is less about votes and more about the "haromonization" of mexico and the United States. YOu see the Summit of the Americas is next week. You will not see the text of president' bush's speech run here, but he will give a speech that describes how the United States is going to implement the policy determined by the 1998 Summit of the Americans on migrant workers. In that policy statement, business interests and nongovernmental agencies established that what they call "migrant" (read illegal) workers should be able to keep any social security money paid while working in the united states and that it was important that the flow of remittances ( the money the illegals send out of country) be maintained at a high level as possible.
Now Bush will speak next week and tell the members of the summit conference that the social security is a done deal and that the open border to illegals will insure that remittance money will keep flowing South.
In case you didn't know, remittance is globalist speak for wealth redistribution through foreign aid. Yes the remittance is foreign aid and it is so thoroughly relied upon by our southern neighbors that they can add up to 50% of the GDP. Since when is the American taxpayer required to bolster the GDP of a foreign nation by subsidizing illegal workers? Since the executive branch started to go around congress and make policy with international nongovernmental organizations.
The important thing to remember is that the treason plays out outside borders as well as the inside. when a group of business people and nongovnermental organizations from foreign countrys set policy that is implemented by our president, ignoring the fact that Congress is the only body that should set foreign relations and trade, you are seeing treason of the highest level and a complete usurpation of the balance of power between Congress and the executive office. You see, the president no longer needs Congress to set foreign policy. He has the summit of the Americas to do it for him. He doesn't need Congress to vote on it either, because other departments like the treasury department acceptance of the matricular consular card, implement it without congressional authority.
"the US Government will penalize them and the illegal with the expired card."
Yeah, right. You fell into the trap of confusing the appearance with actual substance. The laws on the books now aren't being enforced. What makes you think these will be?
Just more Bush stratergy to confuse the weak minded.
[The others who possess the card will get kicked the hell out by the business owner who hired them and the US government who granted the card]
Nope, that is the same crap we were fed in 86 with the ONE TIME ONLY amnasty. I don't believe one damn word of it now,
posted on 01/10/2004 3:28:27 PM PST
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