Friday, May 18, 2007

United States surrenders to the invasion

New York Times--

Senate negotiators announced Thursday that they've reached an agreement on a comprehensive immigration bill that would offer legal status to MOST of the nation's estimated 12,000,000-20,000,000 illegal aliens.
The heart of the immigration legalization program is a new "merit-based system of immigration" intended to make the United States more competitive in a global economy. [i.e. slave labor]

Under the merit-based system, the government would adapt a point system to a value weight the qualifications of people seeking "permission" points to be awarded for job skills, education and English language proficiency.

" Mr. Bush praised the Senate measure, which incorporates many of his ideas, saying, “I really am anxious to sign a comprehensive immigration bill as soon as I possibly can.” "

The bill also includes a temporary worker program, under which 400,000-600,000 foreign workers to be admitted into the country each year.
" The Senate majority leader, Harry Reid of Nevada, offered cautionary words as well, saying: “I have serious concerns about some aspects of this proposal, including the structure of its temporary-worker program and undue limitations on family immigration. We need to improve the bill as it moves through the legislative process.” "

" All workers will suffer because employers will have available a ready pool of labor they can exploit to drive down wages, benefits, health and safety protections and other workplace standards, said John J. Sweeney, president of the A.F.L.-C.I.O.,"

Former Massachusetts Governor and Republican candidate, Mitt Romney, denounced the proposal saying that it was "unfair to the millions of people who applied to legally immigrate to the US"
" "This rewards people who broke the law with permanent legal status, and puts them ahead of millions of law-abiding immigrants waiting to come to America," said Sen. Jim DeMint, South Carolina Republican. "I don't care how you try to spin it, this is amnesty."{Washington Times}-- "

first off, no matter how you label it, we are rewarding 12 million criminals who broke one of our most precious laws, the sanctity of our borders.
Secondly, the argument about separating families, these people knew the risks when they made the CONSCIOUS decision to bypass the current process of immigration to cross the border illegally.
While the immigration process may be "broken", it is the currently enacted law on the books. We do have a system in our "representative" style of governing to change our laws and breaking the law to do it is not one of the options.

One of the arguments in the past has been that there's too many illegal aliens to enforce immigration laws, would we feel the same way about personal crime such as burglaries, car theft, etc. which continue to increase yearly? Would we offer amnesty to the millions of people who committed these crimes based simply on the sheer numbers of people and the possibility of being separated from their families?

Most likely not.

It looks like illegal aliens has managed to accomplish something that other countries have tried to do in the past such as Japan, to invade the United States, and they did it without firing a shot.


Blogger Bobkatt said...

It's interesting that you would include a quote from John J. Sweeney president of the AFL-CIO. This traitor to the working class of America is waving the banner for legalizing all illegals in the hopes of unionizing them to boost his waning union ranks. This is another quote from the sell out Mr. Sweeney:
"We should be fighting together for permanent relief for the millions of undocumented workers already in this country, paying taxes and contributing to their communities, rather than expanding policies that have been proven to keep immigrants in the shadows of American society while allowing employers to depress labor protections and standards for all workers within our borders."

He seems perfectly willing to replace the millions of hard working Americans in the construction and service industry jobs with people that came here illegally as long as they pay their dues. Unfortunately, the American workers seem willing to sit by and let it happen.

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