The Inconvenient Truth About Amnesty
By John W. Lillpop
Misguided RINOs like Senators Marco Rubio, John McCain, and Lindsey Graham looking for a reasonable solution to the illegal alien crisis are doomed to perennial disappointment.
Indeed, RINO pipe-dreams of a harmonious meeting of the minds between those who advocate for illegal aliens and those who are partial to American sovereignty, the rule of law, secure borders, and preservation of American language and culture face an insoluble conundrum:
Most Democrat politicians and millions of Hispanics eager to migrate north are adamantly opposed to any border security whatsoever, and are equally hostile to any element of enforcement which limits the ability of Hispanics to move, at their sole discretion, to and from and within the United States, without regard for US borders and laws and with utter disdain for American citizens.
Democrat politicians, including President Obama, are determined to fundamentally transform America into a one-party system of Marxist enticement that caters to those foraging for entitlements, regardless of financial impact on the nation and its legitimate citizens.
A recent Zogby poll, see reference 1, finds that 36 % of Mexicans living in Mexico, or 39 million people, would move to the US if they could!
The same poll shows that 56% of Mexicans believe that amnesty would make it more likely that illegal invasions to the US from Mexico would increase!
How many of those 39 million would favor improved border security which would make invasions more problematic?
Time for RINOs like Rubio, McCain, and Graham to wake up and smell the tequila: Illegal aliens and those with such urges despise the notion of secure borders! They want the right to come and go as they damn well please, without the inconvenience of hiding in shadows cast by greedy gringos.
Equally distressing, Barack Obama loathes American values and would never enforce any law that would stymie the growth of the Democrat Party via illegal aliens!
More important findings from the Zogby
poll include the following:
>A clear majority of people in Mexico, 56 percent, thought giving legal status to illegal immigrants in the United States would make it more likely that people they know would go to the United States illegally. Just 17 percent thought it would make Mexicans less likely to go illegally. The rest were unsure or thought it would make no difference.
>Of Mexicans with a member of their immediate household in the United States, 65 percent said a legalization program would make people they know more likely to go to America illegally.
>Two-thirds of Mexicans know someone living in the United States; one-third said an immediate member of their household was living in the United States.
>Interest in going to the United States remains strong even in the current recession, with 36 percent of Mexicans (39 million people) saying they would move to the United States if they could. At present, 12 to 13 million Mexico-born people live in the United States.
>A new Pew Research Center poll also found that about one-third of Mexicans would go to the United States if they could.
>An overwhelming majority (69 percent) of people in Mexico thought that the primary loyalty of Mexican-Americans (Mexico- and U.S.-born) should be to Mexico. Just 20 percent said it should be to the United States. The rest were unsure.
>Also, 69 percent of people in Mexico felt that the Mexican government should represent the interests of Mexican-Americans (Mexico- and U.S.-born) in the United States.
>A plurality, 39 percent, of Mexicans thought that in the last year fewer people they know had gone to the United States as illegal immigrants compared to previous years. Only 27 percent thought more had gone. The rest thought it had stayed the same or were unsure.
>A plurality, 40 percent, also thought that in the last year more of the illegal immigrants they know had returned to Mexico compared to previous years. Only 25 percent thought the number returning had fallen. The rest thought it had stayed the same or were unsure.
Border security? Sounds great, but until the United States get serious about enforcement, the current version of Immigration reform is destined to the same fate as the 1986 Immigration and Reform Control Act: Complete failure.
The solution? Forget amnesty, enforce existing laws, reinforce the border with military, and deport illegal aliens.
Do it NOW!
Posted by John W Lillpop at 6:14 PM