Response to Lawmakers Concerned Executive Action On Immigration Could Mean Legal Limbo For Undocumented:
Civil disobedience from foreigners lacking any right to be in the country at all. What a wonderful idea to make Americans accept them and demand that they be made our fellow citizens!
Our next president IS very likely to undo the things Obama uses his pen to make reality. And if there is the illegal aliens and their supporters they will quickly find that the happy talk La Raza, the media and our erstwhile president has been giving them isn’t the truth about the way ordinary Americans feel. They won’t like the truth. Their rioting or other violence or protests might not go over very well with Americans who are tired of being insulted and disrespected in their own nation by foreign trespassers.
In the meantime, any more moves to repeal our immigration laws without the participation of Congress by our president would likely be a serious error. The Democrats have done enough already to turn the election in the Republicans favor. If we do indeed have both a Republican Senate and House after the election, there is every chance that the current president might find himself facing impeachment for high crimes and misdemeanors.
So before he makes any more executive orders, he would be wise to consider just how the people who realize it was foolish to elect him to office in the first place might react to it. That reaction might just include them asking their Congressmen to remove him from office.
In fact, it is a rather forgone conclusion.
“Republicans could, in theory, agree to give Dreamers an expedited path to citizenship, halts deportations and gives legalized status to other immigrants — without the possibility of eventual citizenship.”
That would be victory for the activists and again something the American People don’t want.
A halt to deportations would signal an open invitation everyone in Latin America that our laws were no longer in effect. No.
It has already been shown that the children of illegal aliens are just as arrogant as their scofflaw parents and if given a single inch will proceed to violate any clemency granted them to demand the right to ignore more laws or even the terms of their deferrals. No to legislating the DREAM Act. Obama demonstrated it would be a mistake.
There will be a fight by Americans to put a stop to foolish notions of making foreign criminals a legitimate part of our society. The first step to becoming an American is to respect the laws and sovereignty of the nation. These people have demonstrated amply by their arrival that they possess respect for neither.
We have something the activists don’t- majorities in the Republican districts and the right as citizens to vote.
We don’t need reform to make it easier for the Irish to come here if they are largely well educated. We have plenty of H1B visas available but we have a habit of giving them to India, Pakistan and the Middle East. It’s not that we need more immigration but better choices in how it is directed.
As for the Irish who have come here illegally, the message is the same for them as it is for anyone else; We are a nation of laws. Follow our laws or go home. Unlike the way Latinos love to portray it, it has nothing to do with race. Lawbreakers of any color shouldn’t be welcomed.
As much as the Mexican population may object, English is a requirement for becoming a citizen of the United States. Considering the requirements for citizenship in other nations, Mexico included, the US isn’t asking much.
The legislation being considered right now deals with clemency for foreign nationals who deliberately ignored US laws. The terms of clemency should include showing that their disrespect for our nation is not total.
But now the Mexican Propaganda machine feels it is necessary to discredit any group that would expose the odious give-away’s and perks being put into a bill to forgive criminal aliens of what they are unquestionably guilty of. The Heritage Foundation issued a report that it would cost trillions of dollars over the next half century to legalize foreign scofflaws and instead of attacking the study, they chose instead to go after one of the contributors for a college thesis they disagree with.
There is much screaming and protest about “racism” and “Nationalism” but they are just as much both. The one thing the illegal immigration advocates have failed to do is produce any certified studies of their own to prove the opposition wrong. All they ever have is polls and those are far too easy to rig.
As for “nationalism”, or being linked to “White Supremacy” groups, this one is not. However a very vocal group on the opposite side insists that they are not “racist” or “nationalist” while going by the slogan “Everything for those in The Race, nothing for those outside of it” and the name “La Raza”, or “The Race”. Accusing others of racism while carrying such monikers and phrases is the pot calling the kettle black at best.