June 16, 2007
Entrance Into America A Privilege, Not A RightTopics: Immigration and Border Issues
If you think the Senate scamnesty bill is bad for America and that it borders on insanity, you may not want to read Michelle Malkin's post, The Rules Of Engagement, unless you're sitting down and have a tranquilizer or a stiff drink handy. As insane as the Senate's immigration bill is, the nation's deportation laws and the way they're enforced are worse, they range from farcical to downright over-the-edge nuts. And our justice system's track-record foretells a disaster in the making should the immigration bill pass. As Michelle writes:
As you follow the debate over the Bush-Kennedy immigration bill, keep this cardinal rule in mind: 99.99 percent of the lawmakers who promise you they'll ensure the deportation of anyone who doesn't follow their new "guest-worker" regulations are either (A) lying or (B) completely clueless.Read it all here ....
Rule No. 2: Anyone who plays the Enforcement equals Kicking-Down-Doors-And-Depriving-Babies-of-Mother's-Milk card (yes, that's you, Geraldo Rivera) is either (A) lying or (B) completely clueless.
As I've reported many times over the last several years, the nation's deportation abyss is governed by one reality: "It ain't over 'til the alien wins." Immigration lawyers and ethnic activists run a massive, lucrative industry whose sole objective is to help illegal aliens and convicted criminal visa holders evade deportation for as long as possible. Entry into this country should be a privilege, not a right. The open borders lobby has turned that principle on its head.
... More than 50 bills have been introduced this year that would grant special, private relief to individual immigrants fighting deportation. Past and present beneficiaries have included smugglers, illegal aliens and a convicted murderer, Mohuiddin A.K.M. Ahmed, who is wanted in Bangladesh for engaging in terrorist activity and participating in a 1975 assassination plot that left the prime minister and dozens of his family members dead.
... Open-borders Democrats led by Ted Kennedy bleat about the lack of "due process" for downtrodden aliens, but immigration lawyers and their clients know the deal. Whether the Bush-Kennedy bill passes or not, it ain't over 'til the alien wins. This is the real "silent amnesty" that no one in Washington will talk about. Go ahead. Ask them.
Insanity Reigns -- Gov't 'Aids and Abets' Illegal Aliens! (Part 1 - Overview, a 2005 article that's just as much on target today as it was then)
Posted by Richard at June 16, 2007 8:36 AM
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