Friday’s Saucepan of the News

Major Setback For Amnesty Push

Puzzled Confused Lost Signpost Showing Puzzling ProblemThe chairman of the House Armed Services Committee says a proposal to allow illegal aliens to receive permanent legal residency by enlisting in the military will not be in the underlying text of a must-pass defense bill, dealing a serious blow to a push to enact the immigration measure.

“I do not intend to include the ‘ENLIST’ Act in the proposed National Defense Authorization Act that I will submit to the Armed Services Committee next month. I have reached this conclusion without regard to my views on the underlying policy, but because I do not believe that the Chairman’s mark should be the original venue for this debate,” Rep. Buck McKeon, the chairman of HASC, said in a statement.

“Over the past several days I have heard from Members on and off the committee on both sides of this issue. They have made sound arguments and raised valid concerns, and my colleagues and friends Congressmen Denham and Coffman deserve a great deal of credit for responsibly raising the matter. This is an important issue that I know will continue to be debated going forward,” he added.

Muslims let Their Values be Heard…Again on the eve of a Religious Celebration

What is it with these people? Why has it become so predictable that when America or Americans begin to observe a religious celebration that one can just about set their calendars by the behavior of other religious sects?

Why is it that on or around Christmas time, one knows that there will be a brouhaha initiated by Atheists especially for religious icons, maternity scenes and we know that Muslims are going to gripe about any Public Service organization trying to utilize the time of “giving” in a way that has a person reach into their pockets for change.

Goodness sakes already! In a culture that aspires men to be observant and mannerly about their hats – not to be worn when eating, as in all formalities, not to be worn while sitting down, and be proper about it as with anySikh's protesting other piece of clothing. So why, I ask anyone, try and ask politely that a Sikh take their turban off whist sitting and eating and you have become a discriminator?

For what it is worth, if a person migrates to the USA for any reason, then it is incumbent upon them to uphold the laws of the U.S. Having stated that now we bring you the latest from the Muslim community.

Muslim moms and dads in Dearborn, Mich. are upset after students received flyers promoting an Easter Egg hunt at a local Presbyterian church. The parents say the egg hunt violates the U.S. Constitution.

The Muslims told the Detroit Free-Press that they were concerned about the religious implications of Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church’s “Eggstravaganza!” They were also troubled by images of a bunny rabbit.

“It really bothered my two kids,” parent Majed Moughni, told the newspaper. “My son was like, ‘Dad, I really don’t feel comfortable getting these flyers, telling me to go to church. I thought churches are not supposed to mix with schools.’ ”

Always remember this one kid, “Life is like a box of chocolates…” (Forrest Gump)



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We Want to know the IRS, that is all we ask…

We Want to know the IRS, that is all we ask…

Surely not me imagesWe Want to know the IRS, that is all we ask…

Based on our own empirical study (a non-scientific survey based on observation) we found that it is responsible for two actions to finally become known given this decision. Furthermore, we are pretty certain that a pound of flesh would not be enough for this action.

Last month when former head of tax exempt groups at the IRS Lois Lerner plead the Fifth for a second time and refused to answer questions about inappropriate targeting of conservative groups under her watch, Chairman of the House Oversight Committee Darrell Issa threatened to hold her in contempt.

Now, sources tell National Review’s Eliana Johnson that a contempt vote could come from the Committee as early as next week.

A committee aide tells National Review Online the panel will “make an announcement on the contempt process for Lois Lerner sometime today,” and a GOP congressman confirms that committee chairman Darrell Issa has indicated the vote will take place “next week.”

When the vote takes place, Lerner will more than likely face contempt charges. Keep in mind two votes will take place, one for criminal contempt, and one for civil contempt. The civil contempt charge will be easier for the Committee to enforce. The Department of Justice is responsible for pursuing criminal contempt charges and we already know how that will go. A report produced by the Congressional Research Service breaks down the obstacles and the contempt process.

A number of obstacles face Congress in any attempt to enforce a subpoena issued against an executive branch official. Although the courts have reaffirmed Congress’s constitutional authority to issue and enforce subpoenas,Screen-Shot-2014-03-05-at-10.05.51-AM-562x335 efforts to punish an executive branch official for non-compliance with a subpoena through criminal contempt will likely prove unavailing in many, if not most, circumstances. And it is here friends that I believe the Founder’s would be spitting venom and fire!

Where the official refuses to disclose information pursuant to the President’s decision that such information is protected under executive privilege, past practice suggests that the Department of Justice (DOJ) will not pursue a prosecution for criminal contempt. In addition, although it appears that Congress may be able to enforce its own subpoenas through a declaratory civil action, relying on this mechanism to enforce a subpoena directed at an executive official may prove an inadequate means of protecting congressional prerogatives due to the time required to achieve a final, enforceable ruling in the case.

Although subject to practical limitations, Congress retains the ability to exercise its own constitutionally based authorities to enforce a subpoena through inherent contempt. That we find all well and good; however, we do not believe that the Founder’s intended either the executive branch or the Justice department to have such power.



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“New Energy for DHS…”

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Jeh Johnson, the nation’s fourth secretary of Homeland Security, marks 100 days in office Wednesday, said one of his top missions has been to “inject a new energy into this place.” Just for drill can anyone name the first three in order?

“I’m making the rounds,” Johnson, who had been general counsel at the Defense Department, said in an interview. “We’ve been around to all the [Homeland Security] components. … I talked to … 200 or 300 people each. I have been to the Southwest border, met with people on the front lines of our border patrol in Texas and Arizona. I’ve been to LAX, met with TSA officers” That is great Mr. Johnson, what prêt ell did you learn?

One Johnson technique that other leaders might want to try: “I keep in my top desk drawer a one-page Secretary strategic priorities list, which I pass out [at] meetings to remind people: ‘This is what I’m focused on. This is what I think the rest of you should be focused on.’”

Johnson said that in addition to continuing to push for comprehensive immigration reform, one of his priorities has been filling the many high-level vacancies he inherited. Additionally it is difficult that this person will ever be clear minded about comprehensive immigration reform.

“I think good leadership begins with finding other good leaders to come help me do this job,” he said. “We just got three through the Senate a couple weeks ago. We have three or four awaiting Senate confirmation right now. And I am actively recruiting people to fill the rest. I have got at least one name for every single senior-level vacancy and we are pushing them through the vetting process. I spend some part of every single day working on filling the vacancies.”

Obama last month announced a review of the administration’s deportation policy, one of the department’s most controversial issues. Johnson said: “I’ve heard a number of stories about separating families, removing those who are not truly dangerous, that prompts me to want to be sure we’re getting this right. Yup, you are damn right! The notion that he’s used different accounting techniques lends itself to a juggernaut of confusion.

“The president puts it in terms of making sure it’s humane. … Sometimes, when faced with a hard choice and a lot of people were saying, ‘You’ll be criticized if you do it that way,’ I have to remind myself this is why the president put you here, to make these hard decisions.”

Johnson, a lifelong Mets fan who played first base and was a designated hitter when he was growing up, will throw out the first pitch at Citi Field on Thursday afternoon when the Mets end their home stand against the Washington Nationals.


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Many Democrats are fed up with Obama’s lying…too!

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Former U.S. Senator Bob Kerrey thinks President Barack Obama, a fellow Democrat, was re-elected in 2012 because he ‘sucked less’ than former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney. It is indeed unfortunate that many, many voters think along these lines as well.

The Nebraskan straight-talker told Mail Online in an exclusive interview that Obama is not up to the job of bringing liberals and conservatives to the table to rescue America’s slowly choking entitlement programs. No and by such a contrast Obama is still at the point where he is budgeting soundly for their continued use. Shall we even mutter welfare reform, food stamps, or even the Head Start programs?

And Obama, he said Wednesday from his Manhattan office, knew he was lying when he promised that the Affordable Care Act would allow Americans to keep insurance plans they liked.

‘He had to know he was misleading the audience,’ Kerrey said quietly, recalling the newly minted president’s countless promises as Congress and the public debated his signature health insurance overhaul.

Goodness are you kidding for President?

Goodness are you kidding for President?


Obama denies promising Americans they could absolutely keep their healthcare plans, even though video shows him making that pledge – 29 times!

Comedian Jackie Mason: Obama is ‘the biggest liar’ and sounds ‘like a maniac in an asylum’ on health care

Romney accuses President of ‘fundamental dishonesty’ over failure for people to be able to keep existing health plans under Obamacare

The worst lie Democrats told about Obamacare, Kerrey reasoned, ‘is not “If you want to keep your health care plan…” – the worst one is, “Everybody deserves high-quality, affordable health care.”‘

In his Washington, D.C. days, the former Nebraska governor often stood out as the rare Democrat who publicly lamented U.S. entitlement programs’ seemingly unstoppable march to insolvency.

A lack of political will and a healthy dose of electoral fear, he said, has virtually guaranteed a climate inside the U.S. Capitol where no one will take the first step toward cutting benefits or ratcheting up the national retirement age.

Obama’s lies, he said, stem from the same human flaw.

‘That self-delusion moment comes in a single declaratory sentence,’ Kerrey said, which is, “If they just get to know me, they’ll vote for me.”‘

‘It’s just self-delusion. … Some of us are good at it, and some of us are bad.’




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Do we have a problem with numbers?

LibbyDo we have a problem with numbers?

Immigration and Customs Enforcement officials last year released 68,000 illegal immigrants with criminal convictions, undercutting Democratic claims that President Obama has strictly enforced immigration laws.

An internal Department of Homeland Security document compiling statistics on arrests and deportations in 2013 showed that ICE agents encountered 193,357 illegal immigrants with criminal convictions but issued charging documents for only 125,478. More than 67,800 were released.

Top administration officials have directed 21,000 border patrol officers to retreat whenever illegal immigrants throw rocks at them, and to avoid getting in front of foreign drug-smugglers’ vehicle as they head north with their drug shipments.

“Agents shall not discharge firearms in response to thrown or hurled projectiles… agents should obtain a tactical advantage in these situations, such as seeking cover or distancing themselves,” said the instructions, issued Mar. 7, under the signature of Michael Fisher, chief of U.S. Border Patrol.

With new directives coming in from President Obama and/or someone in the Obama Administration; changing the ways in which border control agents do their actual jobs and then is gets mandated from whom?

In other words the Obama Administration for the sake of making their deportation numbers acceptable to the public at large (Plan X) whilst showing a completely different number to special interest groups (Plan Z) what are the real numbers?

All things being equal this is not a proper way to do anything. It reminds me of how the small to medium size businesses during the 1920′s and 1930′s always kept three sets of records for costs and sales and finally profitability to be used for the IRS, local and federal agents, and the consistency of where the entity was in reality.

Now at this point what is the federal entity that takes on this precise form of reporting? Not too much of a stretch here people, but this and other lessons mentioned at some point on this blog is the meandering of government in business – is very much the same as rearranging the deckchairs on the Titanic!

Government was not invented, formed, or enacted to be in business. Admittedly there is cause for monitoring sectors of businesses given due to human nature. Furthermore, we refer to these monitors as regulations. masonEWHowever, what sense does it make to install any number of regulations if said monitors were seen, or even being informed of by responsible people and the regulatory bodies continually over look them.

Here are two such examples. ObamaCare, and Section 287 g of the INS agreement. There have been thirty nine (39) deregulatory “fixes” made to ObamaCare. And we should be specific here when we mention any fix given. So for ObamaCare the president is doing the exact same maladjustment as he did for Syria and the world given his “Red line drawn in the sand” that was over looked until the president lost any or all credibility he once portended to have.

Making this menagerie as simple to understand as Dr. Seuss one should acquiesce to the latest off the hook notion. When the Obama administration realized that it was not going to hit their predetermined goal of 6 to 7 million
enrollees into the program. ObamaCare by March 31, 2014 then the attitude was let’s be the good guys here and let us put out an international bulletin of “President okays after March 31, 2014 enrollments are fine – without stipulation of a fine or any type of fee. An attitude adjustment of considerable merit in spite of last October’s fiasco.

Jumping now to immigration reform, Section 287 g of the act was to include local law enforcement into the apprehension of known criminal elements insofar as special interest groups had barked so loud that their communities were becoming unsafe for the illegal immigrant population. Therefore, Section 287 g was enacted to give training to local law enforcement in federal techniques (noted: for the purposes of apprehension and/or arrest only) until such time came when “racial profiling” became an end all of arguments.

It was alleged by most federal Democrats that the local law enforcement personnel were doing exactly their job. Catching bad guys whilst having an array of gun smoke, bullets, and many people being killed which of course spiked the interest of any special interest group claiming that guns are a bad thing. So what a conundrum…

What is racial profiling? Could if only for an instant an individual layered up in tattoos, with brownish hair, and looking well-tanned, who is screaming unknown words in Spanish, whereupon the officials find a rather warm 9 mm in the person’s back pocket. How could this be racial profiling? It is not until one’s executive branch is run by Barack Obama with a Justice department Attorney General in Eric Holder. Whom I hasten to add are the two most mentioned names in the Fast & Furious operation that found straw buyers purchasing large caches of guns and other weapons for Mexican interests.



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United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE), U.S. Border Patrol Service (BP) all fall under the purview of the Department of Homeland Security; who does DHS report too? The Executive branch or to the President.

300px-US_Department_of_Homeland_Security_Seal.svgUnited States Citizenship and Immigration Service, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Service (ICE), U.S. Border Patrol Service (BP) all fall under the purview of the Department of Homeland Security; who does DHS report too? The Executive branch or to the President.

What stands between U.S. sovereignty and anarchy at the border? Rocks, tumbleweeds, assorted cacti, and that is about it.

In an outrageous effort to undermine immigration enforcement, the Obama Administration has ordered Border Patrol agents to stand down when illegal border crossers assault them or enter into a high-speed chase. Not only is this a self-inflicted blow to our international standing, this new policy severely undermines national security.

The Obama Administration has been abusing executive power to reward illegal aliens – but this latest step is the most dangerous yet. It essentially opens our borders to any terrorist group who is willing to throw rocks at Border Patrol agents. Not to mention drug cartels.

While Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) and Border Patrol fall under the Executive Branch, their vital responsibilities to protect our borders are mandated by Congress.300px-USCISLogoEnglish

Last year the Federation for American Immigration Reform (FAIR) began working with the head of the ICE Union to combat the Executive Branch’s weakening of their authority.

The Administration is a formidable road block to mounting a challenge of this magnitude—that is why we need your help. If you agree that Administration’s dangerous tactics to create a de-facto amnesty need to be stopped, please consider making a donation to FAIR today.

Our legal affiliate and we are working tirelessly with law enforcement agencies to find ways to protect our borders and challenge this rogue-executive’s reckless directives.

storyIt may seem as though we are producing a lot of immigration statistics, poll data, and assessments of just how the immigration advocates are putting forth everything they have to get an immigration reform bill passed this year. If you have noticed that then we figure that you are ready to join our justified and responsible battle.

We believe that everything that has been going on in this Nation concerning immigration reform is a relatively short walk for any or all illegal’s to join in with the United States of Entitlements and alas, finally get what they don’t deserve at a severe cost to all of you.

We have been at this issue for a long time – certainly since congressional officials intercepted a letter from President Obama. Immediately, Senator Grassley (R-IA) drafted a letter to the president asking whether or not Congress was going to be consulted. Press here to see that letter.

Mr. Obama outright ignored Sen. Grassley and the twenty some others that joined in the collective letter signing. Furthermore, given the time for planning, organizing, and time mangement as intended by this letter, the letter or The Amnesty Letter does and will continue to be able to see President Obama’s wayward amnesty, DREAM Act, and/or making preferences for  those who can assert their own blame and responsibility to others — primarily their parents or human child running operations.


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Immigration reform equals the United States of Entitlement

Immigration reform equals the United States of Entitlement

immigration_041013gn_0Speaker John Boehner’s announcement on Thursday that President Obama may be too untrustworthy for Republicans to pass immigration legislation is worrying supporters of reform, some of whom fear it’s a prelude to abandoning the issue altogether.

“Let’s be honest, it’s not about the president’s trustworthiness,” Frank Sharry, executive director of America’s Voice, told reporters in a press call on Friday. “It’s about how right now there seems to be insufficient support in the Republican caucus for immigration reform as outlined in the principles.”

Well now Mr. Sharry let us not decouple the issue at hand with those who are deciding, in other words, the House of Representatives. Placing blame on either party is doing nothing but getting further from the issue, which is something none of us wants to see.

However, as soon as Speaker Boehner first brought up his inability to trust President Obama (approximately October 2013) we believe – based only on Mr. Obama’s record – that we are also unable to trust the President.

Obama, for his part, praised House Republicans for moving forward on immigration this month and has said he is willing to accept their demands that legislation be broken into a series of smaller parts.

Just when you think that things may be straightening out, then chimes in Obama with this notion:

But he also hinted this week that he might consider further executive action, perhaps even expanding an existing White House order deferring deportations for young undocumented immigrants, if Congress fails to act.

The term “path to citizenship” has entered into the lexicon of immigration reform even though it is a misnomer. In reality, the issue is whether unauthorized immigrants will be granted the ability to achieve lawful permanent residence, also known as a “green card.”

That status would allow individuals to stay in the United States permanently (barring committing certain criminal offenses) and, typically after 5 years (if they choose) to apply for citizenship (and receive it if they meet the standards).



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Rule of Law Overreach..?

Rule of Law Overreach..?

ap_joe_biden_ll_120710_wgThe nearly 12 million illegal immigrants in the United States are already citizens, as far as Vice President Biden is concerned.

Now predicated upon e-v-e-r-y-t-h-i-n-g that we have been taught, heard, or even learned doesn’t there appear to be something categorically wrong with this statement coming from the number two imbecile in government?

“You know, 11 million people live in the shadows. I believe they’re already American citizens,” Biden said Thursday at a Washington gathering of the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “These people are just waiting, waiting for a chance to contribute fully. And by that standard, 11 million undocumented aliens are already Americans, in my view.”

This by the way is the same Joe Biden who received copious amounts of media attention after his unprofessional display of winks and finger pointing during the last State of the Union address. Yes, the same Joe Biden who embarrasses himself with just about every comment.

The sentiment might come as a surprise to liberal Democrats and immigrant rights advocates who have hammered the Obama administration’s deportation policies as far too aggressive and damaging to families.

Critics have pushed the administration to expand its 19-month-old deferred action program, which allows illegal immigrants brought to the country as kids to remain and work, so that it includes a broader swath of the illegal immigrant population. President Obama has resisted that move thus far.

The deportation issue is a tough one for the president, who at once wants to appear strong on enforcement to counter GOP critics; scale back deportations to energize Hispanic voters who came out for him overwhelmingly in 2008 and 2012; and keep pressure on Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio) and GOP leaders to bring immigration reform legislation to the floor.

House Democrats on Wednesday unveiled a discharge petition designed to force a vote on a reform bill. They acknowledged the petition likely would not attract the 218 signatures needed but said the point was increasing theimmigration_041013gn_0 pressure on the Republicans to act.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) said Thursday that she is ready to sacrifice certain provisions the Democrats want to see in an immigration bill, but vowed to oppose any legislation that explicitly blocks illegal immigrants from becoming U.S. citizens.

“I want this bill desperately. I’m willing to make almost every compromise possible, but we cannot compromise on a pathway to citizenship,” she told the members of the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. “It cannot have a provision that prevents it from happening.”

Everyone has the right to express themselves – it is called freedom of speech. However, for people such as Nancy Pelosi and Joe Biden to be espousing the nonsensical rubbish such as this is nothing shy of egregious.

Biden said passage of comprehensive immigration reform legislation would be a boon to the economy, an argument the administration has made repeatedly. Yet for some reason are unable to put forth the evidence of their claim.

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Educational Overreach..?

Educational Overreach..?
dreamact2 Fox News accused President Obama of a “constitutional violation” by claiming he enacted the DREAM Act in 2012 even though the legislation had not passed Congress. In    fact, Obama has not enacted the DREAM Act. The deferred action program for undocumented youth he announced in 2012 was an exercise in executive discretion and is  only a temporary measure that does not allow recipients to become legal residents or begin a path to citizenship, as the congressional proposed DREAM Act would have  done.

However let us be real and open about this conundrum. Here just as every other program that has been put forth by the U.S. government there has been no planning,  organizing, or time management. What is it about the executive branch and the legislative branches that have the uniformly ugly ideal that anyone can start a program – for  the benefits of many – and yet that is it?

Currently in New York City several advocacy groups have gotten together and started a campaign to assist those with deferred action to make sure and keep open their claims. Ostensibly when one is granted DACA they are  committed to the program for two years. At the end of two years, whose responsibly is it to renew their DACA status? Well it seems that this in and of itself is creating a substantial decrease in the amounts of renewals.

Here is a message that is being posted literally everywhere in the City:

“Don’t have immigration papers? Scared of deportation? Want to get a work permit?” a new flyer plastered around immigrant neighborhoods provocatively asks. The poster — in English, Spanish, Mandarin, Korean, Haitian-Creole and Hindi — is part of a city-wide push to get more people to sign up for a special program called deferred action for childhood arrivals, which grants social security cards and work permits to young immigrants here illegally.

Deferred action is for undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. before they were 16, were born on or after June 16, 1981, have lived here since June 15, 2007 and are either in school, graduated or have a GED.

Now if we may, we all need to look at what was stated in the first paragraph of this writing. Where does the DREAM Act or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals mention anything remotely close to a path to citizenship? Just because some out-going senator or representative happens to mention (erroneously!) that a particular bill waiting to be debated on and passed or denied simply does not mean there is any credence whatsoever to citizenship. This is again another misunderstanding by illegal immigrants hoping, rather than to face the reality of what it is.


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Democrats, Pelosi Using Discharge Petition with Immigration and Republicans


House Democrats plan to launch a discharge petition on Wednesday in a long-shot effort to force a floor vote on immigration reform – their latest move to pressure  Republicans to advance an overhaul this year.

A discharge petition is a means of bringing a bill out of committee and to the floor for consideration without a report from the committee and usually without cooperation  of the leadership by “discharging” the committee from further consideration of a bill or resolution. Discharge petitions are most often associated with the U.S. House of  Representatives, though many state legislatures have similar procedures.

They are used when the chair of a committee refuses to place a bill or resolution on the Committee’s agenda; by never reporting a bill, the matter will never leave the  committee, and the full House will not be able to consider it.

The discharge petition, and the threat of one, gives more power to individual members of the House and usurps a small amount of power from the leadership and committee  chairs. The modern discharge petition requires the signature of an absolute majority of House members (218 members). Only twice has it been used successfully on major legislation in recent history.

There is a large difference between the Comprehensive Immigration Reform Bill that Mrs. Pelosi is promoting, and the means by which she is doing it. The GOP response can move into its attack phase by disagreeing not with the policy itself, but with the stratagem of using a discharge petition, which is after all, something of a procedural firework aimed at the media. (Read more by clicking here.)

In translation the above paragraph is explaining the procedural attack that might behoove the GOP. What it is that is being recommended is that do not attack the policy which incidentally has consumed the efforts of approximately eighteen senators, lead by the infamous Gang of Eight and does have popular points.

Rather, it is recommended that the debater (Rep. Boehner) should go the – attack – the strategies that may or may not be used by the Democrats (Rep. Nancy Pelosi).la raza fist

Attacking the strategy as been given by the Democrats – to me – is a rather easy way to go about destroying anything remotely close to responsibility. If anyone were to read the proceedings from the Senate pursuant to S.B. 704, nothing, and we mean nothing is changed with the exception of America laying down. Double the amount of H-1B and B visas to roughly 32.5 million more.

Illegal’s cost US taxpayers in excess of $200 billion per year. From ER and other healthcare services, fraudulent tax credits and refunds, to education and welfare benefits, it is disgusting how illegal aliens are taking advantage of taxpayers, and Obama is encouraging and rewarding them.

As Neil Munro (Munro, 5/6/2013) reports, NumbersUSA, which opposed the Senate bill, calculated that it would award 33.5 million green cards in its first 10 years, Sen. Jeff Sessions, who also opposed the bill, estimated the number to be 32.7 million, while the Center for American Progress, which favored the bill, estimated 32.5 million.

It breaks down like this: 11 million green cards with current immigration rates, an additional 11 million new green cards with the Senate bill, a doubling of the rate, plus green cards for the 11 million illegal immigrants who are amnestied at the end of the 10 years.

The near doubling of guest workers is from reports by the Center for Immigration Studies.

storyOnly the Democrats at this point would be focused on such ancient history issues as amnesty when the world is ON FIRE with problems. Our full attention needs to be on our national security. Our dept is now a national security issue because Russia and China hold so much of it. Both countries could send our delicate economy into a tailspin. Democrats when African Americans are facing a jobs crisis, want to hand out millions of work permits to illegal foreigners. Whatever, Democrats!







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