Skip to comments.National Security Begins at Home (PA Rep. Metcalf)
Posted on 11/04/2011 2:39:31 PM PDT by upchuck
It's no secret that our federal government has been AWOL for decades in doing their job of defending our nation from illegal alien invaders.
Every elected official (federal, state and local) raises his or her hand and swears to uphold and defend the United States Constitution. This includes Article 4, Section 4, which clearly states that our government, "shall guarantee to every state in this Union a Republican form of government and shall protect each of them against invasion."
Increasingly documented incidences of homicide, rape, property theft, serious infectious diseases, drug running, gang violence, human trafficking, terrorism, stolen jobs and growing cost to taxpayers are just some of the most detrimental 'imports' being brought across America's unsecured borders by illegal alien invaders who should not be here.
Even if America's ongoing illegal alien invasion never reaches your backyard, doorstep or workplace from a criminal standpoint, the presence of illegal aliens continues to empty the back pockets of every working and taxpaying American citizen.
It is long past time for every elected official to stand up and vigorously defend the American dream for legal American citizens first, by unapologetically torching the national in-security blanket of amnesty for illegal alien invaders once and for all.
More info on his web site and here.
Hey Holder, here's another state you can add to your list. You know: AZ, AL, GA, SC, et al. Sue'em real good. After all, they are just doing the job the FedGov won't do.
We need many more states to pass legislation like this.
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