A Look at the Conversation between Joe Friday and Officer Bill GannonPosted: August 13, 2013
Obviously from the beginning a befuddled Detective Friday is simply stating to Officer Gannon “why don’t they stick to what needs to be done.” Basically we know that Friday is confused and frustrated by his unusually load outburst. Moreover, with the lunacy of the question one can easily infer that the real problem is precisely the opposite.
Meaning that those elected officials in Congress are trying to reform something that is not formidable, simply because it does not exist. Make no doubt about it; Comprehensive Immigration Reform is a catch-all phrase that was dreamt up in the early 2000s to address the multitude of problems outstanding with the current and now defunct Department of Immigration and Naturalization Services (INS).
Typically through Detective Friday just a small bit of history is vaguely revealed; again, in a distressed tone he enunciates that he is a cop. It is his duty to enforce the laws, maintain peace and stability within the community network. However, and he states again what kind of cop he is (just the facts) and again establishes the point of the idiosyncratic Congressional members are trying to fix everything; hinting of course at the notion that once again the entirety of reform will be lost insofar as far too much is subject to consideration.
Simply stating the obvious problems that exist – right now – is a far better way to establish reform. Does the INS exist? The answer to that question is a resounding “No;” in all actuality it never has. There has never been a time in the history of this nation where using a Committee to establish rules, protocol, or otherwise has happened by any Congressional Committee. In other words as the Constitution was being drawn up and drafted it merely stated that
“The Congress shall have Power to establish an uniform Rule of Naturalization.”
There is clear evidence that such uniform Rules were from time to time established by Congress starting with the amount of time a person is required to stay in the United States after such time that all things were done in accordance with the laws, Additionally, the new member was morally, ethically, and proven his or her allegiance to the nation. Furthermore, as years would have it, much more consideration was given to the understanding and speaking English which then brought forth the Naturalization exam.
As far as trying to” accommodate them all,” is a direct warning as proffered by Bill Gannon. Imagining if only for an instant that the “Big One” earthquake has been predicted to happen within three days either direction, would anyone from the DHS, FEMA, Justice Department, or any of the local electronic news sources try to make ready say the citizens of New York City or Los Angeles? Not on your life! There would be far more loss of life, danger and damage to the infrastructure, as well as planned looting, robbery, and crimes of a sexual nature. Just let New Orleans be your example.
Therefore for trying to accommodate them all translates into between 14 and 20 million lives. Setting up a DREAM Act, some sort of “Path to Citizenship Act,” adjusting budgets for every entitlement one could possibly receive. Including proper English teaching (no, no Obama, not a bi-lingual nation!), burdening the influx on the judicial system, as well as matters not for espousal at this time, driver’s licenses, Voter Id registration, relatives, same-sex partners, or terminally ill patients.
We, as a nation, have been tendering to accommodating them all for far too long to the negative unforeseen consequences but we ask why? Why the Diversity Visa Lottery? And what is up with not following procedures with asylum and refugees?
Currently the United States are being far too accommodating as it is; there are now planned protests at the border by those who seem to think that this is a done deal.
As for Rep. Luis Gutierrez (D-IL) and his antics for calling the Obama administration to bend the rules to let the liberal activists back into the country is unconscionable. The reasons are that this country has been bending the rules for far too long now and literally have cost our nation billions of dollars.