I think he’s right, and it won’t “work” any more than the Reagan amnesty did. As long as our government-upwacked labor market prices citizen labor above a natural equilibrium, there will be a market for additional illegal workers.
My biggest problem with amnesty is that ten years from now we will have to do it again.
We will not stop illegals from coming across our borders, we all know that, and ten years from now these new people will want the same amnesty we give the ones here now.
Why not just let anyone in the country that comes? Makes more sense than wasting time patrolling a border that is more like a sieve.
Stop investing. Stop spending - as fully as you can.
Spend nothing on any libtard company’s goods.
Someone needs to replace the old white people they are going to euthanize.
Otherwise, white liberals have weak sperm and can’t keep up.
We have 20 million+ Illegals, who are being "rewarded" for breaking the law, and put in the (D) voting column.
That's because when we find out the black vote FRAUD got The Messiah elected, TWICE, they need these criminal invaders on their voter roles.
Blame the businesses that depend on cheap labor for this, as they pour hundreds of millions in Campaign Donations to Democrat and Republican alike, to make sure their supply of cheap Mexican labor keeps flowing.
Couple that with the Drug Cartels who need the mules to cross the border to supply the black drug culture, and we have no border protection at all, and it's enough to make you puke.
CA’s Anti-Immigrant Proposition 187 is Voided, Ending State’s Five-Year Battle with ACLU, Rights Groups
July 29, 1999
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
LOS ANGELES — A court-approved mediation today ended years of legal and political debate over Proposition 187, a controversial ballot measure that sought to limit services to illegal immigrants.
The agreement confirms that no child in the state of California will be deprived of an education or stripped of health care due to their place of birth. It also makes clear that the state cannot regulate immigration law, a function that the U.S. Constitution clearly assigns to the federal government.
Passed in November 1994, Proposition 187 sought, among other things, to require police, health care professionals and teachers to verify and report the immigration status of all individuals, including children.
Days after the measure passed, a federal district court judge held that it violated the United States Constitution and issued an injunction barring its implementation. Today’s agreement validates that ruling.
“The seal of the great state of California is now stamped on the death certificate of Proposition 187,” said Mark Rosenbaum, Legal Director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California, a litigant in one of several challenges to the measure. “The court-approved stipulation marks not just the end of this case, but an end to nearly five years of racial divisiveness throughout California.”
California’s Assembly Speaker Antonio Villaraigosa, who participated in the mediation, agreed.
“Today’s settlement signals that it’s time to move beyond the divisiveness of Proposition 187,” he said. “The decision ensures that children can get an education, working families can get health care, and law enforcement can focus on fighting crime. We stand together today to say in one loud voice that Californians are tired of wedge issues and culture wars.”
In March 1998, U.S. District Judge Mariana Pfaelzer issued a final ruling in the ACLU’s challenge to Proposition 187, confirming the federal government’s exclusive authority over immigration and declaring the measure unconstitutional. The ACLU’s news release on that ruling is at /news/n031898a.html.
Folks, I’m dead serious. I will support amnesty for any and all illegals if, as part of the deal, they can’t vote for 25 years. What kind of support do you think that will get?
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I heard this today and LOL.
If there’s an amnesty, (or perhaps I should say “When”) all the newly-legal aliens would immediately be able to demand the full going-rate wage, since unscrupulous employers would no longer be able to threaten them with La Migra.
As a result, there will be new demand for illegals to work cheap.
Rinse and repeat.
W’s amnesty schemes were always DOA in the Republican control House of Representatives. I recall how giddy he was when the Dims won the House is 2006 at the prospect of working with them to pass his amnesty in 2007. That one failed in the Senate.
Now we’ll see how the Republican, Boner led House will respond to the next amnesty push. Will the next amnesty bill be DOA in the House?
Not hearing much from other Republicans in the House on this yet.
We can't even enforce the prohibition of dead people voting!!!!!
Rush is right. Tammy Faye Boehner was talking about it today. He is ready to totally capitulate on everything. Just hope the total economic collapse happens first.
With our country’s finances going the way they are, I think this issue will solve itself in a few years. Hopefully, the GOP will just pay lip service and drag their heels until it becomes a non-issue.
Umm, besides Israel.
Well, if I have to live in a Third World Latin American hellhole, my money and I will head south to one with better weather. It’s a boxless Christmas for my family. We are now on a buying strike beyond what we actually need to survive. And ammunition (which we expect to fit into the survival category before this is all finished).
Glad Mr Optimistic is hellbent on portending the ruination of the Country. /s
As Ann Coulter famously said: why are latinos getting "civil rights?" America's Civil Rights laws are intended to redress Black Americans' grievances over years of harshness. What did we ever do to immigrants? They broke our laws coming over the border from the Third World. What "grievances" do these latino lawbreakers have that they demand be redressed under US civil rights laws?
Mexico is pushing north at a furious pace---throwing its "pressure groups" over the border---salivating for reconquista---to takeover the SW--- financing and coaching their fifth column invasion of US borders.
The wailing and whining invaders' propaganda-----"just here for a better life, to do jobs Americanos won't do"---really "gets" bleeding heart sap-happy liberals.....and vote-crazed US politicians.
The latino criminal underworld on US soil has more criminal enterprises than you can shake a stick at.
<><>ICE's "documents and benefits fraud taskforce" found a common practice among "impoverished" illegals is to buy several faked identities for several thousand dollars each----the illegal then votes and rides the US gravy train under several names.
<><> Jose Madrigal---the Washington staterapist---had some 30 identities. And probably voted and collected US benefits under every single identity.
<><>June 26, 2010 An illegal using multiple identities was sentenced to prison and ordered to pay back $3 million in fraudulently obtained unemploymet compensation. Manuel Mejia Ordonez, got eight years for conspiracy to commit mail fraud........and identity theft.
<><> Hilderberto Salinas sold state drivers' licenses issued out of the states Motor Vehicle Agency in NJ to illegals with multiple identities who did not have the necessary id's....among 40 people who participated in the widespread ring. "Impoverished" illegals paid $2,500 to $7,000 apiece for the licenses---which allows them to vote.
OHAHA WON BROWARD FLORIDA WITH AN ASTOUNDING 99% OF THE VOTE (snicker)-----BACKSTORY Broward County Registered Voters Admit Being Non-Citizens
Florida Media Trackers | 6/28/2012 | TOM LAUDER / FR Posted by Kevin C
Six non-citizens admitted to Broward County Supervisor of Elections Brenda Snipes they are registered voters but should not be allowed to vote, Snipes reported yesterday at a community forum. The non-citizens asked to be removed from the registered voter list.
The non-citizens came forward after receiving a letter of inquiry from Snipes office. As for the other suspected non-citizens, Snipes said she would err on the side of caution and wait for a more reliable list.
Snipes reported the non- citizens inclusion on voter registration lists the same day an attorney for the Florida State Association Of Supervisors Of Elections advised elections supervisors they can resume removing non-citizens from voter registration lists.
Ron Labasky, general counsel for the Association, sent out a memo late Wednesday saying elections supervisors can resume removing non- citizens if supervisors have sufficient documentation that a person is not a U.S. citizen.
An official list provided by the Broward Supervisor of Elections shows 46 of 262 suspected non-citizens voted in elections dating as far back as 1984.
Last month, Snipes told the media that any non-citizen casting a vote is committing a felony.
Snipes sent letters to the 262 registered voters asking them to provide proof of citizenship. Snipes gave the non-citizens 30 days to respond.
Media Trackers Florida verified votes had been cast by using two different voter information services. Our review shows 31 votes cast by registered Democrats, 5 votes cast by registered Republicans, and 10 votes cast by persons with no party affiliation.
And it’ll be the third time that we’re told “this is the last time”
Time to polish up the old Second Amendment - - - .