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spectator2 Wrote: Jul 06, 2014 11:39 PM
Exactly. Bush could have been a hero to the American people by righting the immigration mess by enforcing the law and deporting illegals. Instead, he slobbered over them and showed how much he preferred them to Americans. I will always remember him for "See you at the signing" (for amnesty), after the citizens of this country had loudly spoken that they didn't want it. What a worthless tool. Yuck.
I meant to say above that when so many Americans . . . . who put these guys/women in office . . . . are suffering. It is plainly disgusting.
Ron Paul and his son have become part of the problem. How can any American legislator find any sympathy for foreign national lawbreakers when so many Americans -- their own people -- who put them in office -- is totally beyond me. Thank goodness most people, even ignorant legislators, think amnesty is dead. It will give us a little breathing room and time to get a plan together to stop this thing entirely. If we don't, we are sunk. No middle class, which is already happening, means a third world cesspool for us. Join NumbersUSA. They send free faxes frequently in your name. And contribute a little -- both with whatever spare cash you can give and ideas as well. This country needs them desperately.
Boehner is a fool and an idiot. How on earth this guy got the leadership of the House is exactly what is wrong with our government. He wants to know WHAT to sue Obama on. Why isn't he concerned with Obama's latest failure: the crossing of the border and eventual release of illegall foreigners who can do no good fo this country, only harm. Yet Boehner hesitates to even come out strongly against Obama for his part in this ugly scheme: advertising to people of other counties to come, come, come -- we'll take care of you, feed you, give you Americans' jobs. What a failure both of them are.
I didn't bother to read the article because I know how Marco wanted to "reform" our immigration policy and what actions he wanted the country to take (he wanted to just about give the country away to illegals). So what could this anti-American fool possibly have to say of any value on another subject? Why do conservative sites like Town Hall continue to go out of their way to pump this guy up and put him forward as a legitimate representative or leader of the American people?
Dr. Carson doesn't come out and say it, but he thinks that these "undocumented workers" (the term he calls them in his book, America the Beautiful) are needed in our economy and some sectors of it would "collapse without them". He also believes they deserve a path to citizenship. (Says nothing about the tens of millions of Amerians out of work.) Regarding guest worker programs, we have had many, and some are still available, but illegal labor is cheaper and easier to use. It would be a step in the right direction if they could be made to work better so they would be used, but that is not what the cheap labor lobby wants, and not what the politicians want either, because they are being paid off.
Really? Maybe you should read the section in his book America the Beautiful, wherein he stands up for the illegals, saying that we have taken the low road on this issue, that many of our industries would collapse if it weren't for these hardworking "undocumented workers" (yes, he uses that term). He also wanted them to have a path to citizenship. Seems he has backtracked a little. A sure sign he wants to keep his aspirations for the presidency intact. He now thinks they are "illegals".
Actually, it isn't even "multiculturalism", a term which has been hijacked by the current "we need so many more Hispanics in this country". I have nothing against Hispanics, but they are being favored over all other groups, and that is wrong. We always HAVE been a multicultural country; that is, each person or group has had the opportunity to honor their heritage in their own way, with festivals, etc., which are truly cultural and mean nothing else. If there are MANY heritages, no one is trying to force their own culture down other peoples' throats. THAT is what is being done nowadays. Multiculturalism as it is used today is just code for Hispanic.
So now Dr. Ben is finally calling them "illegals", whereas in his book, America the Beautiful, they were "undocumened workers" whom we could not do without; some industries would collapse, he said. And certainly wanted a path to citizenship for them. I guess if Ben is to keep his presidential aspirations alive, he had better be sure he has both sides of the fence covered. Oh, and by the way, Dr. Carson, we have had numerous guest worker programs in place; many still are. Lou Dobbs, before he was intimidated and forced off the air by amnesty lovers, used to regularly report on those programs. Trouble is, it is cheaper and easier for those not wanting to bother with them, and to use illegal labor, so those guest worker programs have gone largely unused. I am not against trying to make them more workable, but I don't think that's what the cheap labor lobby wants.
So now Dr. Ben is finally calling them "illegals", whereas in his book, America the Beautiful, they were "undocumened workers" whom we could not do without; some industries would collapse, he said. And certainly wanted a path to citizenship for them. I guess if Ben is to keep his presidential aspirations alive, he had better be sure he has both sides of the fence covered. Oh, and by the way, Dr. Carson, we have had numerous guest worker programs in place; many still are. Lou Dobbs, before he was intimidated and forced off the air by amnesty lovers, used to regularly report on those programs. Trouble is, it is cheaper and easier for those not wanting to bother with them, and to use illegal labor, so those guest worker programs have gone largely unused. I am not against trying to make them more workable, but I don't think that's what the cheap labor lobby wants.
Exactly so. "We were born here" says it all. This invasion is good for NO American citizen. The people of this country come first. The idea of importing cheap labor from other countries disrupts the economy and there is no level playing field any longer. Not to mention that American taxpayers have to pick up the tab because these people are paid so poorly. That's about as vulgar as you can get A country is not a dollar bill. It is her people, her culture. And any self-respecting country's leaders should be working to protect those people and preserve that culture. Both parties are full of dollar bill leaders, who have lost their way. Those who don't work for this country's needs should be shown the door by all Americans.
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