Gutierrez Meets with Chicago DHS
On Tuesday I posted this about the Chicago judge who granted a 1-year reprieve on deportation to 11 illegal aliens. This Chicago Tribune article is also about that story, but today I'm ranting about this tidbit that's slipped in right at the end of the piece.
Elected officials also will try to influence the U.S. government's enforcement strategy when they meet Tuesday with officials in the Department of Homeland Security's Chicago office. The delegation will include U.S. Rep. Luis Gutierrez and U.S. Rep. Jan Schakowsky, both Illinois Democrats.Hmmmmm. "Try to influence the U.S. government's enforcement strategy," they say? Whatever could that mean?
Gutierrez will ask the Department of Homeland Security to suspend all deportations to give Congress time to pass a legalization bill, the congressman's spokesman Scott Frotman said. Frotman said it does not make sense to deport illegal immigrants "because these are people who would ultimately be affected by the law."Please give me just one moment to pick up the pieces of my head, which just exploded, and stick them back on my neck.
That's right, folks, my own RPW (Race Pandering Whore, for the uninitiated) Congressman, Luis Gutierrez, met with the DHS people in Chicago on Tuesday to implore them not to enforce our immigration laws until an undetermined time in the future when he hopes an amnesty will pass.
For starters, there's not much enforcement going on in the first place. But beyond that, do you realize what my elected representative and friends did on Tuesday? They officially asked the federal government to ignore the law until they succeed in getting a new law passed that will allow millions upon millions of illegal aliens to stay in the country.
Any other laws that you find inconvenient to your political agenda, Mr. Gutierrez?
Never mind. Don't answer that.
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