Well, This Is Interesting...
When a pro-illegal chimp attempts to tell you that the American people don't favor enforcement first, you may want to share this with them.
"State and local politicians and the grass-roots in those states are up in arms over Washington's conspicuous lack of leadership," says John Keeley, spokesman for the Center for Immigration Studies, which favors tighter controls on immigration. "Immigration ... is a driving factor for the three biggest budget items states face: education, health care and criminal justice."And of course, the obligatory playing of the race card...(I'll attempt to hold back my tears of shame, heh!)
States' focus on workers' documentation is unfair, says Brent Wilkes, national executive director of the League of United Latin American Citizens, a civil rights group. "It feels like we're back to the days when it's OK to discriminate against minorities," he says.I believe this is referred to as "they got nothin!" If the best they can do is whine piteously about how asking people for proper documentation is comparable to discrimination? It's almost like their Democrats, oh, never mind.
500 or so pieces of legislation dealing with illegal immgration are floating around the states right now because our federal government has simply been co-opted by the big business slaves at all costs lobby who's been joined in an unhopy alliance with the Catholic church, butts in the pews and offerings at all costs lobby, and our special guest, the "We hate America and would like to see her die" lunatic left.
500 pieces of legislation are what we super geniuses refer to as "clue." A possible window into what Americans are thinking. Think Americans aren't interested in stopping illegal immigration?
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