"Half a million infiltrators a year.."
Interesting that they use "infiltrators" and our press uses "undocumented workers".
Israel isn't as PC as msm.
Which is why we have immigration laws in the first place.
Perhaps they [Americans] should simply accept the reality: The Mexicans will come, America will change. This is the way of the world.
Thanks, but no thanks.
There is an aspect of this that is horribly underrepoprted. Many of the illegal aliens are dangerous criminals and even leaders of major gangs. Those illegals come to commit crimes that Americans won't commit.
Not just perhaps.
Reading some of their paranoia reminds me of the ramblings of Islamic groups. They have some of the same goals.
The Mexicans are unlike previous immigrants. This Huntington article definitely needs to be read by everyone at least once! It should be linked on pertinent immigration threads. Here's an interesting link about Samuel Huntington:
"Strangely enough, despite the fact that he was buddies with Henry Kissinger at Harvard, he is registered as a member of the Democratic Party, and has written foreign policy speeches for Adlai Stevenson, Hubert Humphrey, and Jimmy Carter."
Senator Phil Gramm of Texas, the president's chief Senate supporter in changing the Civil Service protections in the bill, acknowledged that Democrats had written 95 percent of the bill and acknowledged the paradoxical role of small-government Republicans like him in advocating for such a large department.
And which party is now making it useless.
In private as well as public, Reid and Sen. Charles Schumer, D-N.Y., who heads the party's campaign effort, said they did not want to expose rank-and-file Democrats to votes that would force them to choose between border security and immigrant rights, only to wind up with legislation that would be eviscerated in future negotiations with the House, which has passed a bill limited to boosting border security.
More like an invading tsunami............OB1
The more pressure we keep on Mexico, immigration-wise, the more reformers
inside of Mexico can be emboldened and empowered to scale back monopolists'
abuses down there which keep our own country flooded with economic refugees.
Here's an interesting new thread on new legal reform progress that finally
emerged in Mexico I think as a result of immigration reform's failure:
We can make a difference for our sake, and their's as well. Isn't it the
neighborly thing to do?
They are not illegals, they're just "nationally challenged".
Assuming that he is sane, Rosner would not support 10,000 Arabs entering Israel illegally every year. What is extreme about protecting our borders?
A big earthquake with the strength of 8.1 on the
Richter scale has hit Mexico.
Two million Mexicans have died and over a million
The country is totally ruined and the government
doesn't know where to start with providing help to rebuild. The
rest of the world is in shock.
Canada is sending troops to help the Mexican
army. Saudi Arabia is sending oil. Other Latin American
countries are sending supplies. The European community (except France) is
sending food and money.
The United States, not to be outdone, is sending two million
God Bless America