38% of Likely U.S. Voters think it’s at least somewhat likely that the House and Senate will present to the POTUS
38% of Likely U.S. Voters think it’s at least somewhat likely that the House and Senate will present to the POTUS
Voters aren’t overly optimistic that Congress will pass an overhaul of the nation’s immigration laws this year. A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 38% of Likely U.S. Voters think it’s at least somewhat likely that the House and Senate will pass comprehensive immigration reform legislation and it will be signed into law by President Obama this year.
But 52% consider that unlikely. This includes just eight percent (8%) who say major immigration reform is Very Likely this year and 15% who say it’s Not At All Likely. Ten percent (10%) are not sure. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
The survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted on May 5-6, 2013 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC.
It still gets worse with only 30% Think Government Likely to Secure Border If Reform Bill Passes
Support for a comprehensive immigration reform plan has fallen slightly, as more voters than ever question the willingness of the federal government to control the nation’s borders. The latest Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey finds that 55% of Likely U.S. Voters still favor the plans that would give legal status to those here now illegally who have otherwise obeyed the law as long as the government really secures the border to prevent future illegal immigration. Thirty percent (30%) oppose the plan even with the guarantee of tougher border security. Fifteen percent (15%) are undecided. (To see survey question wording, click here.)
The survey of 1,000 Likely Voters was conducted on May 5-6, 2013 by Rasmussen Reports. The margin of sampling error is +/- 3 percentage points with a 95% level of confidence. Field work for all Rasmussen Reports surveys is conducted by Pulse Opinion Research, LLC.
Now let’s be Real Clear on one single issue…
Far be it from us, seriously we’ve only been like blood-hounds sorting and sniffing out the scent of blood through the ruble that resembles Ground Zero for roughly 20 years now. Additionally we think it’s reasonably fair to suggest an option to all those concerned. Unlike President Barack Obama who is like a jellyfish, spinelessly relying on those who will align themselves with him in a culture of corruption to get anything done. Therefore, Obama will scour and interpret the U.S. Constitution ad nauseam to find a way. So what if he cannot find any support? Then he’ll just concoct an executive order (which by the way is illegal in his realm of doing things) to get what he wants done.
However, all things being equal, let’s look at what should be done. First and foremost all individuals who are in the nation undocumented, seeking sanctuary cities, and who remain here illegally should be given the ultimatum with assurances of course, to leave the country for a minimum of six months or until we can put together a real reform package.
It’s time to face it gang…nothing resembling real reform will ever happen as long as 19 million illegals remain here to argue, sway, and hold America hostage. Albeit voting or party affiliation what the Democrat Party now has is the majority of ACORN as well as SEIU endorsing them.
To effectuate real change – a change that we all can be proud of it is essential that we all do our part. And without any further adieu those who are in the U.S. illegally should be asked to leave on their terms or face a semblance of internment camps.
We understand that this sounds harsh and cruel but in the real world – or used to be the real world, the reason why America holds dreams for people, truth, justice, and the American way is because once upon a time America with its citizenry and a few politicians were called to order daily by the rule of law.
What Barack Obama does not understand whatsoever is the notion that to have”perceived power” the constructs of such are observed order and justice must be established and preserved.
Think of order as a traffic signal; when all parties do as they are supposed to then there is order on the roads. However, when someone alludes and therefore jumps in order then without reprisal or discipline someone is losing justice to live as freely as the person who thought otherwise when they ran the red light.
So therefore, in order to continue on with the American Way with all the bells and trinkets that go along with that dream – America must return to its rule of law to maintain order and justice.
Immediately after Speaker Boehner released his ‘Progress Report’ on Benghazi, another 13 Republicans bolted from House Leaders to cosponsor the Benghazi Committee.
If that isn’t an embarrassing ‘Vote of No Confidence’, I don’t know what is! What’s worse, Boehner’s ‘Progress Report’ dismissed in one slim paragraph the most egregious question underlying ‘Benghazi-Gate.’
We cannot be certain however the stance, position, and overall effectiveness of Speaker Boehner – as far as leadership is concerned – is definitely lacking if asserted at all.
America’s Question: Who ordered the military to deny help to four fellow Americans – then abandoned those men to slaughter at the hands of wicked, bloodthirsty Radicalized Islamic terrorists? Who gave the order? There are a multitude of issues that went wrong during the siege on our Embassy.
We believe that the American public has a right to know what happened, why it happened, and at whose watch it occurred on. It absolutely makes this writer and our staff sick to Kingdom come when we hear “The 3am Phone Call” that was played during Hillary Clinton’s campaign for president.
The ongoing events ex post facto or after the fact to this day make us simmering with anger over untold truths and the notion of fabrications; however, in lieu of all of this rubbish President Obama, still hasn’t taken one bit of accountability for this insane act of Islamic radicalism.
We guess he had far too important businesses to tend to in Las Vegas Nevada the following night to even bother himself with four American lives crusted to an end including a US ambassador and some Navy Seals.
Even worse is that the US AG Eric Holder proffered nothing in the way of securing the crime scene or even sending the FBI – allegedly the best forensic scientists – in the world until weeks after those tragic events occurred.
Therefore us to this point we have identified the Secretary for the State Department, the President of the USA, as well as the attorney general for the US – who is the highest ranking law enforcement official in the country. Yep, that’s right – the only person who can bring charges against the POTUS is the person appointed by nobody else than the president.
Boehner’s ‘Progress Report’ Answers: ‘No U.S. government element refused or denied requests for emergency assistance during the crisis.’
Is this the best they have? What a croc! No wonder 13 more Republicans bolted after this ‘nothing-burger’ of a ‘Report’!
Now for the ‘rubber hits the road’ portion of this writing. Why or what on earth do the leaders of this nation have to hide that is so overwhelming that everything had to be heard after the campaign for reelection; so much indeed that another member of the elitist group had a series of head and mental issues that kept her from testifying.
Now the lying about ‘forced retirement’ of State department officials when in fact, they might have switched offices has to stop.
In other matters there are some interesting parallels being drawn between the absolute failure of Obamacare and this new proposed legislation from the Gang of Eight regarding immigration reform. Please stay tuned for either later or tomorrow. Interesting topics will include…How Obamacare and Immigration Reform bill are tremendously abhorrent to the American people; and, learn how and why the Senate Majority Leader, Senator Harry Reid, is distancing himself or see ya’ Obama!
Finally! We’ve been speculating around here since this entire FUBAR Boston Marathon massacre has occurred when we were alerted that these Tsarnaev brothers and family members (specifically their Mom and Dad) had originally been refugees to this country.
In order for an individual to receive refugee status from the U.S.A. is quite a bit different than all other ways an individual gains acceptance to their tenure in the United States. Refugee status takes reason, living conditions, mental and physical health, political, and even religious beliefs into consideration. An individual must be suffering or in fear of their very lives.
Far be it from me, but what any involvement from certain officers of the federal government have to do with it is simply acknowledged and for us, very frowned upon.
Every time that the US goes to war, hurls aid to other nations after catastrophes, does anything with foreign nationals especially if they are at war – inclusive of the CIA and every other intelligence agency the US has, bet your bottom dollar that there will be refugees coming from that nation. We mean no harm to anyone or his or her circumstances to prove a point.
Why do you suppose when looking for Osama bin Laden he was shown in a fast food store behind the service counter. Why do they refer to the once gorgeous city called Garden Grove California, now it has turned into ‘Garbage’ Grove California? There has to be more “Little Havana’s” in the USA than the sum total in all of Cuba. Yes, yes, this goes as well for Saigon, “Little Baghdad’s” and every other place the USA has gone into help. Now think about Haiti and the ravaged Thailand coasts.
Last week the Boston Herald broke the story that the Boston Marathon bombers were receiving welfare benefits. When he was pressured on this issue Massachusetts Governor–and presidential wannabe and
possible Barack Obama Supreme Court nominee–Deval Patrick basically invoked the right to privacy in an attempt to seal the records so the taxpayers of Massachusetts would not find out how much money the two terrorists had received. He claimed he was just as “curious” as everyone else but his hands were tied.
Now we know exactly what the governor was trying to hide because the Boston Herald has learned that the two terrorists and their parents received at least $100,000 in welfare benefits:
The Tsarnaev family, including the suspected terrorists and their parents, benefited from more than $100,000 in taxpayer-funded assistance — a bonanza ranging from cash and food stamps to Section 8 housing from 2002 to 2012, the Herald has learned.
Sure if this is correct (and I wouldn’t be surprised to learn there is more that hasn’t been released at this point) that only amounts to about $10,000 a year, but that is not a bad haul at all considering the fact the FBI was investigating Tamerlan Tsarnaev for ties to terrorist groups at one point and considering the CIA had concerns as well and Russia was warning the United States about these two brothers, yet no red flags were raised. And let us not forget that none of the family members were even citizens of the United States until Dzhokhar gained citizenship last year, on the anniversary of September 11th nonetheless.
But this is only the tip of the iceberg because one of the only Republicans in the Massachusetts State legislature, Shaunna O’Connell, has been fighting desperately for welfare reform in the cradle of liberty for quite some time but has been unable to gain support with the Democrat controlled government of Massachusetts. 20,000 EBT cards are reported as lost every single month in the state and yet the cards are reissued without question and nobody in the state seems to know where these cards are going or who is receiving the money. Welfare fraud in the state is rampant with an estimated $25 million in waste. You can hear more hear on this issue here.
When Deval Patrick was asked about $25 million in wasted welfare monies he claimed the system itself was sound although there was some “leakage.” We now know that at least $100,ooo of this “leakage” went to terrorists who were plotting against, and carried out, an attack on American soil and at this point one has to wonder who else has received this money and what they are planning to do with it.
Yet the federal government is focused on immigration reform which would make it easier for people like the Tsarnaev brothers to become citizens and gun control on law abiding citizens while the mainstream media is focused on a gay NBA player. You have to have priorities I guess…
As a postscript to this article we are very pleased to inform you — in case you haven’t already heard — that two individuals on expired/defaulted student visa’s from U. Massachusetts at Dartmouth, and holders of Kazakhstan passports. The third is a US citizen fitting in with the other profiles nicely…more tomorrow or later…
We are not precisely sure whom it is that these eight U.S. senators are trying to pull this nonsensical piece of legislation on; however, these senators need to understand that there are people who care about the rubbish they are peddling.
We are in the process of reading the proposed legislation (bill) and we encourage our readers, friends, associates, colleagues, and acquaintances to do the same. We only ask that you suggest doing the same with all of those who are around you.
Quite openly it is not a difficult task; however, what has been time consuming is the amount of idiosyncrasies where one needs to stop and admit openly and honestly, “promises, promises…, and we have all heard this before…so what is different now.”
We can assure you that the only differences that exist are those which grant opportunity, amnesty, and/or entitlements to those people who have broken our system of laws and are being rewarded for their deeds.
Since the birth of our nation, the United States has recognized the vital role of lawful immigration, as it brings important economic and cultural benefits. We have always been, and will continue to be, a nation of immigrants.
We are also a nation of laws. The “Gang of Eight” bill introduced in the U.S. Senate violates the very rule of law principle that creates opportunity for immigrants and makes America a beacon of hope for the world.
Giving legal residency to the 11 million people who came here illegally has one definition: amnesty. Amnesty rewards unlawful behavior and diminishes opportunity and prosperity for lawful immigrants and all Americans.
The Senate bill imposes significant costs on taxpayers. At a time of trillion-dollar deficits and $17 trillion in debt, the cost of implementing amnesty and the strain it will add to already fragile entitlement and welfare programs should be of serious concern for everyone.
USA Today: Understanding the costs of amnesty
After decades of empty promises on immigration enforcement, Congress simply lacks credibility to keep its promises. A comprehensive amnesty bill was tried before and it failed. In 1986 we had about 3 million unlawful immigrants. Congress granted them legal status with a promise to control our borders and fix our legal immigration system.
Lawmakers who supported the 1986 bill promised in grand speeches that amnesty would never happen again. Now there are 11 million unlawful immigrants in America because amnesty was immediate but the border wasn’t secured, workplace laws were not enforced, and our legal immigration system was not fixed. The result of amnesty is clear — it encourages more unlawful immigration in hopes of future amnesties.
This new bill is much the same as the last: immediate amnesty in the form of provisional status within months and lofty promises of “strategies” and “plans” for enforcement years later.
Read the bill: Full text of the Senate legislation
Rather than rewarding the 11 to 19 million who broke our laws, Congress should first consider how to make the immigration system work for the more than 4 million people waiting patiently outside our borders to come to our country legally. A rational system would make it easier to follow the law than to break it.
Instead of passing another incomprehensible comprehensive immigration bill, Congress should debate and develop understandable reforms in a transparent systematic process that addresses all of the immigration issues. This will build trust with the American people and unite the country rather than divide it.
As tempting as it might be for anyone in Washington to find some way to spin the tragic events of the Boston bombings to advance their legislative agenda on Capitol Hill—and as mentioned in yesterday’s article they will indeed; however, they ought to think twice. That particularly goes for all sides in the immigration debate.
We are irked, therefore, that some of the bill’s supporters are making the case that the bombings in Boston demonstrate that we need the bill so “we can know who’s here.”
Washington should not get ahead of the facts, and it will take some time before we understand all sides to the events in Boston. From what we know so far, it appears law enforcement has conducted a textbook investigation into the bombing at the Boston Marathon.
They gave us the factual information they had, when they had it, and when they could share it. When it comes to tweaking the measures we use to prevent terrorist travel and foil plots, it is far too premature based on what they have told us to draw any conclusions on how to be more efficient at fighting terrorism.
America has had over a decade of experience in battling both transnational and “home-grown” terrorism. There is already plenty of experience to draw conclusions on how to keep this nation safe, free, and prosperous. When it comes to counterterrorism, the single most effective tool is finding the terrorists and stopping them before they kill. That has been the key to success to foiling most of the 54 frustrated plots by Islamist terrorists against America.
Good immigration and border security policies play an important, but supporting role. Generally, the rule is if you have good policies that facilitate legal immigration and travel while providing for public safety and security — they will serve well to help thwart terrorist travel.
In fact, the bill promises “new security” by demanding the government have an electronic system to ensure that we can check out every foreign visitor leaving the country. The problem is the federal requirement to do that is not new— it has been on the books at least 17 years and ignored by three different Administrations. It is still not in place. There is a vigorous debate over if “building this system is worth the security or immigration enforcement benefits it may provide.”
There are national security problems with the bill that we hope to be able to debate at length.
The Boston bombings were a stark reminder that terrorism is still a real security threat. The seriousness of that threat requires we react carefully and thoughtfully in debating key issues to
ensure we do what’s right to solve immigration reform and border security.
Therefore, we contend that we should make ALL MATTERS OF IMMIGRATION REFORM coming from or endorsed by the U.S. Senate be scrutinized to the inth degree. As time continues on we become far more
aware that we do not have a fence — built and completed before they started up again with immigration reform. Furthermore, let’s not forget about the Border Patrol officers, police, law enforcement personnel, and the lot who have paid the ultimate price, with their lives, ensuring our safety.
For example allow us this question: Would you willingly allow Senator’s Schumer, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, or Dick Durbin and many others your PIN numbers to the bank account? Or giving any one of them the keys to your house for a week or month? Sorry folks, I just don’t trust them at all!
Remember our (USA) Principles and Priorities…Let Boston be your Guide….
This site is not and hopefully will never, ever become one of those politically correct – manipulation of words in language – site that as we are witnessing in the press. It is extremely important to identify issues, matters, and/or things as they are in reality and we encourage the “heck with it” attitude and if someone is carrying a homemade bomb and as evidence has led us to believe, that the same individual did seek to train, or even to advance in his knowledge of “Radical Islamic Jihad” well we wonder why all of the brouhaha as to whether refer to this crazy person as a “Terrorist” or a “Bomber.”
The entire line of questions is only confusing the proper use of English. Seems to us that the word Terrorist is a noun used to identify a person, their ideological, religious, and/or radical behavior whereas when one attends to a Bomber this appears to be where translation is lost with word meanings.
According to The American Heritage Dictionary and the Collins Online Free Dictionary there is a word choice differential that is interesting yet logical. Bomber is used in most cases in militaristic terms such as a particular aircraft, squadron, or what a person does.
So logically it appears to us that in this particular case of the Boston Marathon the brothers planned a terroristic attack that both was to kill and maim as many individuals as possible.
There so far exists evidence that one of the brothers traveled to Russia, as well as Chechnya to perhaps meet up with radicals.
Nevertheless what was inherent with the older brother is that communication with radical Islamic Jihadists, ideological and religious beliefs may have influenced his judgment. Although for the importance of the word usage is this following question:
What was the intent of these brothers? Where and how did they learn to make bombs capable of the carnage the bombs created and left on those in the immediate area (blast area, Boston, surrounding cities, and America) and the nation as a whole.
When one considers what their reasons were does that really matter in lieu of their offensives?
This definition and clarification aspect of this article is but to warn other individuals who may get caught up within the forthcoming spin that the U.S. government and all agencies thereof will try amount.
One other warning is that of the press and other forms of media. As a fundamental action we must be cautious not to let the press and their machinations of information seize this opportunity for their own ends – by creating a story that may or may not be true.
With our hearts and prayers going to those who suffered the greatest loss, to those who have lost body parts, to those whose lives have been forever changed by the demonstrative actions of some radical, arrogant brothers we will – with all diligence continue to pray for the people of Massachusetts.
If there is any valuable hope to be found in this tragic event let us all focus in on the tributes rendered at Fenway Park, the streets of Boston, and the compliance of the general public with those within law enforcement.
We cannot close with anything other than to hat-tap to the governor of Massachusetts, the mayor of Boston, and their staffs, as well as the “Colonel,” (the chief-of-police), and to every single person in Boston for showing the rest of America how it is supposed to be done.
Chechnya, the Russian republic whose struggle against Russia inspired the two brothers suspected of the Boston Marathon bombings, has been the center of violent separatist uprising and bloody bomb-related killings for decades.
But “mainstream Chechnyan mujahedin have not traditionally been a direct threat to the United States,” said Evan Kohlmann, senior partner of Flashpoint Global Partners, a New York-based international security consulting firm. Several other organizations do recruit Chechen fighters, however, he said.
He said the Islamic Movement of Uzbekistan and one of its splinter groups, the Islamic Jihad Union, both have recruited Chechen, Turks and other non-Arab Muslims to fight with them against U.S. forces in Afghanistan. According to Kohlmann, both of these groups are based in the Waziristan tribal area of Pakistan, “and these groups can be just as radical as anything al-Qaeda puts out.”
“They have a strong animus against the United States,” Kohlmann said.
But he cautioned against making any assumption at this point that the bombing suspects were recruited and/or trained by foreign terror organizations.
“What happened (in Boston) is within the capability of two relatively sophisticated, homegrown individuals,” Kohlmann said. “These two people seem to have come out of nowhere.”
We believe the likelihood of this same occurrence with ethnic Chechen people is not as isolated as Kohlmann would want us to believe. Although there hasn’t been a huge number of Chechen individuals having a related history with violence against the U.S.A. that does not say that the notion doesn’t exist.
Moreover, insofar as violence is implied within the ethnicity as well as within the very religious praxis of these two Chechen offspring, it does seem that given the existence within the country of origin and assembling that with religious and deeply personal held beliefs we wound not necessarily stipulate to a partial package being made up does stand to reason as very likely to happen.
David Schanzer, a terrorism expert at Duke University, said the attack appeared to be “homegrown” and that the suspects appear unsophisticated and without ties to or training from international terrorist groups.
“The fact that they needed to rob an ATM to get money (suggests) they didn’t get large amount of outside funding. They had no escape plan to leave the country,” Schanzer said. “These are hallmarks of people who are not particularly sophisticated. I don’t see this as a highly planned plot. They seemed to be making this up as they go along.”
Author Kimberly Marten, who researched Chechnya for her recent book, Warlords Strong-Arm Brokers in Weak States, cautioned Friday against concluding that the Boston attack was an act of terror.
Okay then Ms. Kimberly Marten what in all of your wisdom and knowledge call it? We certainly would not want to appear rude or condescending, however there are legitimate indicators that this was an act of terror.
Who or what would make explosive weapons and leave them in very crowed areas of major media events? Massive explosive weapons hurling schrap metal, ball bearings, and nails through the air at speeds unconscionable normally only have one thing on their minds.
Conversely, and viewed as far worse is the simple notion of lying an explosive bomb within mere feet of an eight year old child.
Among the most shocking acts of violence was an attack in the neighboring republic of North Ossetia in 2004, where militants seized a school and, in the three-day siege that followed, more than 300 were killed, most of them children.
Militants from Chechnya and other restive regions have targeted Moscow and other areas with bombings and hostage-takings for more than 20 years. The republic is predominantly Muslim and has waged two wars with Russian security forces.
President Vladimir Putin has often stressed that al-Qaeda is linked with Chechen fighters. According to the Council on Foreign Relations analysis, a Chechen warlord is said to have met with Osama bin Laden while both were fighting against the Soviet occupation of Afghanistan from 1979-89.
Authorities have also found links between Chechen separatists and other Islamist terrorist groups. The U.S. Justice Department said in a 2004 report that Zacharias Moussaoui, who was convicted for his role in the 9/11 attacks, had previously sought to recruit at least one man to fight in Chechnya. Intelligence officials in France had warned the FBI of Moussaoui’s connection to the Chechen fighters.
We are not being foolish here by alleging that these “brothers of Chechen ethnic” were acting for or on behalf of any terrorist group, albeit, at least the evidence doesn’t support it.
However, we would like to inform Ms. Kimberly Marten that normally – if an object walking on two webbed feet, quacking before it slips into the water for a swim, well, if it looks like, smells like, and acts like a duck chances are there is influence from a duck….somewhere.
Have you taken the opportunity to peruse the talking points scheduled hearings for Friday and Monday before opening the measure up for debate and amendment by the panel, which is controlled by Democrats. Allow us…
* “High-risk” sections of the southern U.S. border with Mexico will be targeted for increased security. Washington would set a goal of catching or turning back 90 percent of illegal entries. A high-risk area is defined as one where apprehensions top 30,000 a year.
Now seriously who has ever set a goal or objective to be less than 100%?
* $3 billion in new funds would be provided to improve border surveillance and detection, add law enforcement officers, and operate aerial surveillance.
It is our understanding that before congress went into recess in December 2011 that this border—security and funding was to happen way before just starting now. In addition, what has all of this talk been about – “Border Security is priority number one” before anyone gets green cards or anything from us?
* Another $1.5 billion in new funds would be used to improve border fencing.
This is a bipartisan effort. This arrangement looks and bleeds pure left hand bribery. Just in reading the first two alleged differences there has already been promises made of 4.5 billion dollars; yet, nothing has been done. Remember the promises of 2011!
* If the 90 percent effectiveness rate has not been reached during the first five years after enactment of the law, a new border commission would be created. It would be staffed by the four border-state governors or their appointees and experts appointed by bipartisan leaders of Congress. But wait…there’s more…
This strangely resembles and sounds like the super committees that were made in the budget crises and spending that enviably led us to the sequester. And just look, we stand more quantum bribery for an additional $2 billion bringing this bipartisan piece of nothing to spending to $6.5 billion dollars.
* The commission would recommend ways to improve security. Washington would provide another $2 billion to carry out the recommendations. (HAVE WE LEARNED ANYTHING FROM PAST ERRORS)
No the records clearly indicate that this approach has been tried before under less duressful circumstances with abysmal results. This is precisely what President Reagan and his Attorney General tried to accomplish with the 1986 Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA).
This was originally printed in May of 2006 by the New York Times; however, it should be clearly understood that the Times Report was from an interview with Edwin Meese, AG during the Reagan Administration.
“In exchange for allowing aliens to stay, he decided, border security and enforcement of immigration laws would be greatly strengthened — in particular, through sanctions against employers who hired illegal immigrants. If jobs were the attraction for illegal immigrants, then cutting off that option was crucial.
Beyond this, most illegal immigrants who could establish that they had resided in America continuously for five years would be granted temporary resident status, which could be upgraded to permanent residency after 18 months and, after another five years, to citizenship.
Note that this path to citizenship was not automatic. Indeed, the legislation stipulated several conditions: immigrants had to pay application fees, learn to speak English, understand American civics, pass a medical exam, and register for military selective service. Those with convictions for a felony or three misdemeanors were ineligible.
Sound familiar? These are pretty much the same provisions included in the new Senate proposal and cited by its supporters as proof that they have eschewed amnesty in favor of earned citizenship.”
This is a wolf in sheep’s clothing! Almost verbatim; yet the important matter here is did it work? Well just the opposite happened. Now we have somewhere between 11 to 19 million illegal immigrants who have opted to move to America. Forget about those who have traditionally waited to immigrate. Let’s just ignore their rule of law or change it.
Pro-amnesty groups are holding a demonstration in Washington, D.C. today on the anniversary of the 2006 march-on, which brought out over 200,000 people. Organizers expect a much smaller crowd for today’s demonstration, which is dubbed the “Rally for Citizenship” or the “Time is Now Rally.”
Just as all demonstrations or protests are concerned a horrendous amount of folks representing just about every sector of American’s sociological culture from Evangelical Christians, Catholics (religious), university and smaller colleges (student and academia minded), to speeches from illegal-alien advocates, labor leaders, religious leaders and Members of Congress. NAACP President Benjamin Jealous will deliver the keynote address.
Due to backlogs in processing of removal cases in U.S. immigration courts, people apprehended at work or home and handed over to Mexican authorities in 2010 might have been captured during enforcement actions in prior years. This information gets us to wondering, why and how is it so easy for those apprehended getting back into the United States?
According to some sources, in recent years immigration courts spent about a year to complete cases involving Mexican nationals. In addition, the increased share of migrants apprehended at home or work might reflect reduced arrivals of Mexican immigrants and the lower number of apprehensions at the border.
Indeed the group of people monitoring the activities of illegal aliens are known as Numbers-USA which is either a free information website or as we have done become members with the organization which allows for better perks and up to the minute decisions about what is now the dreaded immigration reform movement.
Without Numbers-USA we all feel that our own government would not attend to these matters without help, coordination, and effort from this organization.
So mark this down as my own personal “Shadow Confession” whereas on this date of April 14, 2013 I affirm that I do not feel represented by my Congressional officials, or the POTUS, Barack Obama, including other executive branch members such as DHS, USCIS, USCIS, as well as the Justice Department (DOJ).
These individuals have time and time again ignored viable information (What the American People Want) as opposed to the attitude of “Hey, let’s get this one out of our hair and razes.”
We have a collection of videos gathered from this “Time is Now Rally” and if you’ve ever quipped over that Roving Reporter or one the “On the streets of America” questions asked by late night television elites to show just how stupid American’s on the whole have become – we think you will enjoy this.
I was able to watch the beginning and the first 1:39 segment of the video. There were two examples made by individuals – regardless of their citizenship that we feel is wrong. Not only is their justification wrong – it is a wonder if Obama, the Gang of Eight, or especially agencies within the DHS that we feel are not being represented properly.
Our first example is the real no-brainer statement made in relation to freedom. What that person is espousing has nothing whatsoever to do with the freedom or liberty framed and set forth by America’s founders. But you don’t need me telling you that.
The second example comes from the woman concerning “America isn’t a place; America is a dream, and America is a concept” that look as though they came off of some kind of special interest group made hand-out.
If our nation’s leadership were really looking to “reform” the Naturalization and Immigration Act, or to provide greater security to the people, or let’s just presuppose that their actual mission was somehow a way to match up immigration pursuant to Constitutional concerns, then I would not have to take the time to write this Exposé.
Let’s review the word reform. An opportunity to improve something by removing faults is of course the number one definition for what reform actually does. Even the ability to get rid of unacceptable habits and persuading the modes of behavior on the very system that is charged with the reorganization and improvement of faulty, ineffective, or unjust considerations could be made acceptable.
In fact, we are of the substantiated opinion that if the cause was about reform, that is, improvement, reorganizing, restructuring, modifying, whilst still making the necessary alterations, changes, even newly developing policies and procedures would be a welcoming arms-wide-open try at the very least.
However, none of the aforementioned criteria is even being examined, evaluated, or assessed. Furthermore, let’s come to the point of the proceedings – realistically, the Gang of Eight, every advocacy group we are aware of to include just about every special interest group – are not, and I will repeat this, are not looking for the true measure of immigration reform. In fact, we could clearly point fingers at the various agencies, departments, as well as their cadre for crimes committed, who colluded with whom, and most importantly where therein lies the corruption and utility for those involved.
In all earnest writing, talking, or other means of communicating the “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” as is being presented now in the United States is just another way of placating the people who want it.
What we are offering to the general public is this:
The U.S.A. leadership is not looking for true reform; rather the leadership is looking for an acceptable way to accommodate a particular group of people. There are somewhere between 11 and 19 million people living in America that really should not be in America at all.
The honest to goodness actual problem America is facing is “what are we going to do now?” This course is, in our judgment, sending an unfavorable and flawed view of how we do things in America.
This country has tried nothing with the exception of manipulating words so as not to offend anyone. Conversely, is catering to a mass of disgruntled people the way of reform? We think not –
We have in the United States an old, tattered, and very ineffectual way of keeping people out of our country. Not to be misunderstood, we understand and accept why people would leave their residence wherever it may be to come and live in America; or, what used to be America.
It almost seems like a “right” either on a human, civil, or living scale to relocate from where we are to another place on our planet. In spite of this (Open-Borders advocates, live anywhere and be treated to what may or may not have been earned, La Raza special interest group) one easily could or can when dealing with an up to date set of agencies that have rules, regulations, policies, and procedures. This simply is not the case within the United States.
In spite of this, it will not be a successful “Comprehensive Immigration Reform” whatsoever. Facts are facts, laziness is unfortunately still laziness, and reckless disregard will continue to be reckless disregard. Any time that a government allows for 11 to 19 million people to come and engage in every sort of activity from purchasing property to you name it – without an effectual way of cleaning up the hosts that are attracted to every sort of entitlement imaginable – brings to our minds the very cliché, “if you are not part of the solution, then you are a part of the pollution.”
Any person who falls for this adage of, you are not illegal or you are not an alien, is of course trying to make exclusions for themselves with this particular issue.
The United States federal government is at fault for not having an expedient and well-managed Immigration Service in the world.
Equally if not more so at fault is that person who vagabonds their way into a sovereign nation without proper permission and therefore is undocumented…like hell, they are illegally here. They have broken the laws of the United States. Being as realistic as possible here what has happened to the Rule of Law in America?