Skip to comments.Americans Taking Action Against Illegal Immigration State-by-State
Posted on 12/30/2004 1:24:14 PM PST by nanak
The recent action by Arizona citizens that passed legislation allowing that state to block taxpayer services to illegal aliens was long over due. I applaud their efforts and endless work. The voters of Arizona sent the perfect message: Foreigners who break into the US illegally don't receive freebies from Arizona citizens. They will be reported and deported. The loud and clear message sent by Arizona taxpayers means the money in their wallets will no longer subsidize border jumpers. EVERY STATE in the country needs to implement their own initiative and send out a clear warning that their "Bank of Entitlements" will no longer fund illegal aliens.
Throughout this country, complaints grow on a daily basis. Our shopping malls and parking lots explode with illegal aliens who dump garbage, are drunk and urinate in public while seeking work "Americans won't do" (which is known as the big lie created by corporate crooks). This creates a fearful situation that turns citizens away from entering businesses they once supported. Our hospitals bankrupt, our schools cascade into overrun classrooms and unemployment bursts at the seams in unemployment lines.
EVERY STATE must consider the consequences of this massive invasion by illegals. Why? The line never ends. According to Time Magazine's September 12, 2004 issue, "Who Left the Door Open?" three million jumped U.S. borders in 2004. More are expected in 2005. It is imperative for ALL STATES to follow Arizona's lead in denying services to these lawbreakers. Contact your state legislators and hold their feet to the fire. Demand your U.S. House representative join the Immigration Reform Caucus. Further, any elected official who supports President Bush's amnesty legislation needs to be reminded that citizens will no longer tolerate deviation from the truth regarding his "guest worker" sham.
We must bypass national politicians and bring issues before the voters. Look for numerous groups, including Georgians for Immigration Reform and Defend Colorado Now -- currently pursuing effective action.
Recently, Senators Kennedy and McCain joined forces to "work" the illegal alien problem. Worse, their contemporaries assist them in perpetuating their insidious propaganda that misinforms and misleads Americans. We must expose government mismanagement and corruption. Unfortunately, career politicians prolong this national crisis. Greedy elected officials need to be reckoned with as they have been hijacked by lobbyists. We must get to the bottom of the cesspool since our federal government offers little, if any, help. We must start at the local government level and manage "OUR" money.
It's time our elected officials represent "We the People." They swore on the Bible to uphold the Constitution and serve American citizens. Nowhere did it say they serve illegal aliens from other countries over American citizens. It's time they follow through on their sacred trust as a majority of Americans are "mad as hell and are not going to take it anymore."
I have a question: Why aren't the Demonrats and their fellow travelers crying out about how the illegal aliens are being "exploited" by low wages? They just stand by and allow the minimum-wage law, which they advocate, to be violated.
What a dumb post; are all your posts that dumb?
not a bad choice...Condi his running mate?
Let's get that committee rolling.
What a pair. These two are quite out of touch with America and reality.
I think all you Bush haters should start your own blog.
Yeah, pretty much. But unfortunately, in this case, it is true.
The President I voted for is taking an open borders stance that places a tremendous economic burden on state and county facilities, dilutes our culture and compromises our sovereignty.
I don't hate the president. I just hate his stance on this issue.
I held my tounge during the election for fear of giving aid and comfort to the Democrats. But now that we've won...I am free to criticize this idiotic and destructive policy of being the dumping ground for the 3rd world.
Well you know you're going to get flamed when you post stuff like that, although I'm always surprised at the number of joiners up.
I'm all for everyone expressing their frank political views, but unfortunately not many on FR have the stomach for it.
Maybe, but the president is still wrong on this issue.
In your opinion, of course.
How are things over at the Fifth Column?