America’s Immigration System Is NOT Broken
John W. Lillpop
Those who advocate on behalf of illegal aliens have concocted yet another dismal argument to oppose secure borders, enforcement of the law, and deportation of invading criminals.
The latest leftist lunacy is, "America's immigration system is broken. We cannot stop illegal immigration without comprehensive immigration reform."
That silly argument is used by President Obama, Harry Reid, Nancy Pelosi and other out-of-touch liberals to justify their mindless refusal to protect America from the massive wave of third-world humanity that threatens to destroy our once our great nation.
Nonsensical argument is also the weapon of choice for Felipe Calderon and Vicente Fox, present and past presidents of Mexico, who would love to shove even more of Mexico’s intractable problems across the border for American taxpayers to deal with.
In fact, of course, America’s immigration system is not broken at all! Existing immigration laws would work fine, if enforced.
What IS broken is the rule of law by millions of illegal aliens, mostly from Mexico, who ignore our borders and immigration statutes.
What IS also broken is the sacred Constitutional oath of office taken by politicians who are supposed to defend America from all enemies, foreign and domestic.
Most tragically, recent presidents from both parties in concert with traitors in the U.S. Congress, have refused to secure our borders or enforce existing immigration laws, even in the wake of 9/11 and the global war on terror.
Instead, our so-called leaders blather on incessantly about "comprehensive" reform, which is liberal-speak for amnesty. In reality, comprehensive reform is the Monopoly- game equivalent of "get out of jail" cards for 20 million criminal freeloaders and scam artists who have no moral or legal basis for being here.
A word of caution is in order for moon bats operating unless the foolish illusion that Americans can be played like a board game forever: As President Obama and the Democrats are learning, there is a limit to the amount of stupidity that the American people will countenance.
That limit is breached by the 'broken immigration system' idiocy.
Fact is, a new patriot’s rallying cry is emerging from sea to shining sea. That cry is, "America don't need no stinkin' immigration reform!"
Prudent politicians interested in a legacy and or a future in politics need to heed that cry. Or perish.
Posted by John W Lillpop at 7:38 AM