Labor Day Outrage: 15 Million Unemployed, Illegals Not Deported!

By John W. Lillpop

Back in February, President Obama told Congress and the nation that it was essential that $1 trillion be injected into the American economy to create new jobs and spark economic recovery.

According to the president, passage of the stimulus bill was so urgent that we could not afford to take time for Congress to read the 1,000+-page monster.

We need it NOW to save America, said President Obama at the time. It would create at least three million new jobs, said he.

Seven months later, the only thing that the Democrat bill has stimulated is the federal deficit which has exploded out of control and which threatens the economic prosperity of untold generations of Americans not yet born.

Meanwhile the economy continues to hemorrhage jobs. The latest report has unemployment at 9.7 percent, which shocked Secretary of Labor Hilda L. Solis, but hardly anyone else.

And President Obama's "solution" to America's economic misery is? Spend another $1.6 trillion to reform health care!

According to Obama, fixing health care is central to America's economic recovery.

With all due respect, Mr. President, shouldn't we wait to see if that stimulus bill actually creates any new jobs before throwing another $1.6 trillion on another program that you not familiar with?

Furthermore, given the fact that at least fifteen million Americans are out of work, why is our government not deporting illegal aliens who have jobs that should be held by American citizens?

A responsible, pro-labor approach would be to round up the miscreants and ship them back to Mexico to free up jobs for American citizens.

Deporting illegal aliens would also result in a significant reduction in the number of "uninsured" that has the Obama crowd in such a dither.

Bottom line: Illegal aliens take jobs that should righfully go to American citizens and they are a major factor in skyrocketing health care costs.

Deport illegal aliens now: Do it for working American citizens and as a tribute to the value of America's work force.