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'Dreamers' and the Illegal Nightmare

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Presently there are two examples of liberal contradiction evidenced in relation to two separate issues involving illegal immigrants. One situation has to do with an execution in Texas, under the auspices of Republican Governor Rick Perry; and the other is in Washington DC, overseen by the likes of Senator Dick "DREAM-Act" Durbin (D-IL) and driven by the President Obama's goal to grant creeping amnesty to undocumented immigrants.
Recently in Washington DC, illegals felt comfortable enough coming out of the shadows to hear Dick Durbin tell a Senate Judiciary subcommittee that people who are in essence guilty of a criminal offense are "America's future," and to encourage those who are not natural born citizens to aspire to the position of president of the United States.

Either the esteemed senator needs a crash course in the Constitution, or Durbin, like President Obama, feels the document is flawed and in need of amendment readjustment. Like most liberals, depending on the outcome desired, Durbin may believe the nation's founding document is in continual flux and open to revision according to need.

In order to make future modifications more palatable, the DREAM Act website employs the old Democrat standby of evoking sympathy for lawbreakers, claiming, "A group of approximately 65,000 youth ... are smeared with the inherited title" of "illegal immigrant."

Is the new normal in America to disregard the law in an effort to counterweigh the circumstances children suffer for the crimes committed by their parents? That kind of shoddy policy is what is contributing to the rapid disintegration of the America that the parents of illegal children escaped to for a better life.snip

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Op-ed: Why I'm backing legislation to fix our broken immigration system

By Kelly Ayotte

Jun 9, 2013

 

Everybody agrees that America's immigration system is broken, threatening our security and holding back our economy. The combination of porous borders and lax enforcement has made us a magnet for illegal immigration.

 

With an estimated 11 million illegal immigrants in the United States, the status quo isn't working - it's de facto amnesty. We need immigration reform that serves the best interests of our country - a solution that finally secures our southern border, implements an employment verification system, stops future waves of illegal immigrants, deports undocumented criminals, creates a tough but fair means for those who are here illegally to earn citizenship, and allows high-skilled and other needed legal immigrants to work here and help grow our economy. Scissors-32x32.pnghttp://www.ayotte.senate.gov/?p=news&id=974

 

(we need to bring undocumented people out of the shadows) my question what dam shadows, just look around

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Another Schumer Republican Who Lied to Get Elected

By: Daniel Horowitz (Diary) | June 9th, 2013 at 01:32 PM

 

It’s amazing how many Republicans ran for election as absolutely opposed to any form of amnesty – certainly before enforcing existing laws. Somehow within a year or two, all of them have had an epiphany. The latest example is Senator Kelly Ayotte from New Hampshire, the third amigo in the McCain/Graham Schumer club.

 

In 2010, Ayotte ran strong on the issue of illegal immigration, and actually aired a number of ads lambasting her Democrat opponent on support for amnesty. During the primary, she had a strong Tea Party challenge from Ovide Lamontagne, winning by just 1600 votes. Needless to say, she wouldn’t have been caught dead supporting amnesty during that primary. Here is a quick summary of some of her greatest hits in 2010, brought to you by Project Vote Smart:

 

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Sen. Sessions on immigration bill's broken promises The plan proposed by the 'Gang of Eight' fails on every major front.

The so-called Gang of Eight immigration plan now being considered by the Senate fails to live up to every major promise made by its sponsors. Far from improving the immigration system, their 1,000-page proposal would exacerbate many of its flaws. It would dangerously undermine future enforcement while imposing substantial burdens on taxpayers and taking jobs and pay from U.S. workers.

Indeed, the two unions representing our nation's immigration and customs officers and those who process immigration applications have strongly urged opposition.

The sponsors' promise of enforcement first was broken when lead sponsor Sen. Charles E. Schumer (D-N.Y.) declared: "First, people will be legalized.... Then we'll make sure the border is secure."Scissors-32x32.png

http://www.latimes.com/news/opinion/commentary/la-oe-sessions-immigration-reform-20130610,0,4106824.story

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Gang of Eight immigration bill talking points busted

June 9, 2013 | Filed under Immigration | Posted by Michael Becker

 

Here’s a handy guide to refute the Gang of Eight’s talking points on immigration reform. At the bottom of the post is a list of telephone numbers and faxes for key US Senators, please call them once a day and speak to one talking point daily. If you can’t speak to a staffer, leave a message. As always, be polite.

 

Beginning on Monday, I’ll be posting a letter you can copy and paste into a fax on each of these talking points.

 

DHS enforces immigration law

  • DHS refuses to enforce existing immigration law and the President issues executive orders.

“Multiple triggers”

  • Legalization is immediate. DHS just has to write border “plan.” The most any “triggers” can possibly do is delay green cards and citizenship.

90 % effectiveness”

  • If not reached, triggers only toothless Scissors-32x32.png

 

http://wizbangblog.com/2013/06/09/gang-of-eight-immigration-bill-talking-points-busted/

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