An Open Letter to Speaker Boehner: STOP AMNESTY NOW!

May 15, 2014

Honorable John Boehner
Speaker of the US House
Washington, D.C.

Dear Speaker Boehner:

Nearly 30 years and 30-40 million illegal aliens ago, on November 6, 1986, Republican President Ronald Reagan signed the Immigration and Reform Control Act (IRCA) of 1986 which mandated certain actions to prevent further invasions of the homeland, mostly by third-world illegal aliens from south of our borders.

IRCA also granted amnesty to 3-4 million illegal aliens already in residence.

This new law (Public Law No. 99 - 603.) was supposed to end the dangerous influx of uninvited and unwelcome migrants into our blessed nation.

In signing the IRCA, President Reagan released a statement (Reference 1)which sought to explain the law to the American people.

A summary of Reagan’s thinking on the matter was included in the final paragraph of the referenced statement which reads as follows:

"The act I am signing today is the product of one of the longest and most difficult legislative undertakings of recent memory. It has truly been a bipartisan effort, with this administration and the allies of immigration reform in the Congress, of both parties, working together to accomplish these critically important reforms. Future generations of Americans will be thankful for our efforts to humanely regain control of our borders and thereby preserve the value of one of the most sacred possessions of our people: American citizenship.

Unfortunately, since the IRCA was signed into law, America’s borders have become a meaningless joke, ignored by all subsequent administrations, both Democrat and Republican, even following the devastating terrorist attacks on 9/11.

Now in 2014, both political parties appear poised to devalue American citizenship dramatically by granting amnesty to tens of millions of illegals whom have violated our borders and laws, and whom often use public goods and services to which they are not entitled.

Even more distressing is a new report from the Center for Immigration Studies (CIS) which documents the fact that the Obama administration has little or no regard for the safety and security of American citizens when it comes to dealing with illegal aliens.

Indeed, despite Barack Obama’s outrageously false claim that he has earned the title,  “Deportations -in-Chief” President, the bitter truth is that his administration has executed policies which seriously threaten the safety and security of American citizens for the sake of political pandering to non-citizen illegal aliens.

Specifically, a report from the CIS exposes the horrible truth:  Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) released from detention 36,007 convicted criminal aliens awaiting the outcome of their deportation proceedings—including 193 individuals convicted of murder, 426 convicted of sexual assault, 1,075 convicted of aggravated assault, and 303 convicted of kidnapping.

Mr. Speaker: Just how is it that our government deliberately released convicted murderers, those convicted of sexual assault, aggravated assault, and kidnapping to wreak havoc and chaos among US citizens?

Has our government actually bought into the specious  argument advanced by a reckless RINO which holds that illegal aliens are driven to invade America by “love”?

Mr. Speaker, since when is it acceptable for the US government to free murderers, kidnappers, etc. with little or no regard for the security of American citizens?

Rep. Lamar Smith (R-TX) put this utter abdication of responsibility in the proper context. “This would be considered the worst prison break in American history, except it was sanctioned by the president and perpetrated by our own immigration officials,” he declared. “The administration’s actions are outrageous. They willfully and knowingly put the interests of criminal immigrants before the safety and security of the American people.”

Mr. Speaker, this latest report must cause responsible politicians to rethink the entire issue of amnesty!

Clearly, Barack Obama lacks the common sense and moral conviction needed to enforce the rule of law!

Any consideration of amnesty or immigration reform must cease until the American people can be assured that the security and safety of the American people will take precedence over political pandering to illegal aliens, and that dangerous criminals will deported rather than released to the public!

Mr. Speaker, may I suggest that your valuable time be spent in executing Articles of Impeachment against President Obama for his flagrant and deliberate contempt for the rule of law over the past six years, and that efforts to pass amnesty be abandoned?

It should be clear to all that Barack Obama does not care one whit about control of US borders, American sovereignty, American culture, or the security and safety of American citizens.

The haunting question for many Americans, Mr. Speaker, is this: Is the Republican party any better?

By working to remove Barack Obama from office while ending any consideration of amnesty or other anti-American immigration reform, Mr. Speaker, you can answer this question in the affirmative.

Finally, a warning: Woe be unto those who seek to destroy American language, culture and borders for political gain!

Reference 1 http://www.reagan.utexas.edu/archives/speeches/1986/110686b.htm