Skip to comments.Don't look now! Amnesty is back
Posted on 03/10/2010 6:59:18 PM PST by Man50D
A new battle over illegal immigration is rapidly shaping up in the nation's capital.
Supporters of comprehensive immigration reform are demanding immediate legislative action from the Obama administration with a planned mass demonstration in Washington scheduled for March 21, billed as "March for America: Change Takes Courage."
Meanwhile, Sens. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., and Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., have been meeting with the White House to reintroduce immigration legislation. The bipartisan effort is reminiscent of twice-failed attempts by Sens. Ted Kennedy, D-Mass., and John McCain, R-Ariz., during the administration of President George W. Bush.
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We just need to keep pounding them back. The communists are really taking the hits.
I guess the 1.5 million that showed up for the Tea Party gathering in DC will need to move to DC and set up tent camps so we can protest daily until we get these slimes out of office.
You got that right. The ‘RATS’ “Fart” tax is next and then the union slavery bills are waiting in the wings. We’re going to be at this for some time. We just have to wear the “Wee Wee’d Up” crowd down.
Perhaps they could pep this up by naming it “The Swimmer Bill,” thereby memorializing both the Swimmer and the wetbacks who got across the Rio Grande without drowning.
Obama and his thugocracy will be getting more and more desperate to find something - anything - that they can get passed so Obama can claim some kind of an accomplishment beyond driving the country into bankruptcy.
>I guess the 1.5 million that showed up for the Tea Party gathering in DC will need to move to DC and set up tent camps
Making sure to take their guns and ammo.
>so we can protest daily until we get these slimes out of office.
Or, as is growing more and more likely, have to forcibly REMOVE them from the offices.
Here's the previous bill:
For the whole series of Zero dollar artwork, go here:
There would be no quicker way to lower the percentage of Americans who are uninsured and to reduce the cost of healthcare than to toss the illegals by the scruff of their back into the countries from which they came.
I don’t care if we have to fly them back to Mexico, China, Poland, or Zimbabwe.
These Senators aren’t interested, however, in cutting costs, the rule of law, the best interests of the American people, or ever really solving problems.