Senator Jeff Sessions says Cruz has always been Anti-Amnesty

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This is from Freedom Force.

Marco Ruboio and Lindsey Graham are the open borders guys.

Ted Cruz has always had a record of opposing amnesty and open borders.

Senators Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio are currently locked in a fierce battle for the GOP vote in the Republican Presidential primary. As the contest as heated up, Cruz and Rubio have emerged as the two most likely candidates from “inside” the GOP (as Trump would be an “outsider”), which has recently meant that the two men have been squaring off in an effort to define each other to the voters. Rubio has attacked Cruz as “soft” on defense, but Cruz’s attacks on Rubio as “pro-amnesty” have been far more effective politically. In fact, Rubio has suffered such great wounds that his campaign has tried to use amnesty against Cruz by arguing that Cruz supported Rubio’s amnesty plans in 2013. Sadly for Rubio, this strategy is doomed to failure because the most ardent anti-amnesty forces in Congress are standing up to say that Cruz has always been anti-amnesty.

In particular, Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) recently spoke out to defend Senator Cruz’s record on illegal immigration and amnesty.

“People need to remember this, because this election is going to decide, the crowd who pushed that bill. Will they be in the White House, and allowed to push their agenda, or will we have somebody else?”

“Remember after the 2006 battle, people started sending bricks to Congress, to build a wall with… The switchboards were shutdown, millions of Americans were calling. And when we finally had a vote, only 46 voted for it. The people spoke and the Congress, although it was dicey, they listened.”

“In 2013 they spent a billion and a half dollars to promote this legislation, the political consultants, they had pollsters hired to spin the numbers, they had special interest groups, they met for months, the gang of eight, they were determined, it was a near on thing, it was a worse bill than the 2007 bill. It gave amnesty first… We voted more than once to build a fence, do we have a fence?”

“So it came before the Senate, and the gang of eight met every day, they also had been meeting for months with the special interests and activists, the la Raza group, the ACLU, and businesses who want more and more cheap labor.”

“They had a scheme — a plan to vote down every amendment no matter what the amendment was. They did it because they said they had acheived a delegate balance between enforcement, and they had the perfect bill… Every amendment was voted down by every Democrat and a number of Republicans. it was a tense.”

“It was that close to being passed… and I think I can say this with integrity. Without the vigorous opposition of Ted Cruz, this bill likely would have passed.”


DNC Chair STILL Doesn’t Know The Difference Between ‘Democrats’ And ‘Socialists’ [VIDEO]

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This is from The Daily Caller. 

I want to give Little Debbie Blabbermouth Schultz  the answer in spite of what Little UpChuck Todd has to say there is not a single difference between DemocRats and Socialist.

And the same hold true for some RINO’S also I am looking at you Jeb Bush and Lindsey Graham.

DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz was stumped by Chris Matthews over the difference between Democrats and Socialists last week, and Sunday, the representative revealed she still doesn’t know the difference, despite essentially being fed the answer by NBC’s Chuck Todd on “Meet the Press.”

TODD: Given that Bernie Sanders is an unabashed socialist — believes in Social-Democratic governments… like the ones in Europe — what is the difference? Can you explain the difference?

WASSERMAN SCHULTZ: You know, Chuck, it’s always fun to be interviewed by Chris Matthews, and I know that he enjoys that banter. The important distinction that we’re going to be discussing, that I’m confident we’ll be discussing, is the difference between Democrats and Republicans.

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Senator Lindsey Graham: I Have No Doubt Obama Loves America and He Is A Patriot

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This is from Freedom OutPost.

I know Lindsey Graham is an idiot that has no business being a dog catcher.

Sadly, he is a United States Senator from South Carolina and is thinking about running for president.

Oh Hell No!

I will go on the record saying Barack Obama hates America and wants it destroyed and occupied by Muslims.

South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham (R) is now testing the waters for a possible 2016 run for the White House. I’m sure some are still blinded to his corruption to the point where they would vote for him. I’m not one of them.

However, over the weekend, Senator Graham used double speak to defend Barack Obama from comments made by former mayor of New York Rudy Giuliani that Obama hates America.

“Well, I love Rudy, but I don’t want to go there. The nation’s very divided. President Obama has divided us more than he’s brought us together and I don’t want to add to that division,” Graham said on ABC’s “This Week.” “I have no doubt that he loves his country. I have no doubt that he’s a patriot. But his primary job as president of the United States is to defend this country and he’s failing miserably.”

OK, let’s think about this a moment, shall we? Graham says, “The nation’s divided.” He then follows it up with who is dividing it, “Obama has divided us more than he’s brought us together.”

Does that sound like love for one’s country or the other way around?

Next, Graham claims that Obama’s primary job is to defend the country. However, he then says, “He’s failing miserably.”

Could someone get Lindsey Graham a dictionary concerning the terms “love” and “patriot”? How can the man love his country yet divide it more than bring it together? How can a man be a patriot with the responsibility of defending the country yet be failing miserably?

Graham went on to say that part of Obama’s failure to defend the country lies in his unwillingness to identify Islamists as Islamic. While Graham likes the term like most in the media of “radical” Islamists, we all are, or should be, aware that those referred to as “radicals” by politicians and media are the real deal Islamists. Those not adhering to the teaching of the Koran are not moderates. They are hypocrites, according to the Koran.

“They’ve adopted a theory of religion that’s 1,000 years old that requires a worldwide caliphate that will purify the Islamic religion, kill or convert every Christian and Jew and vegetarian in their way,” Graham said. “They’re not going to stop unless somebody stops them.”

“I’ve never been more worried about my country than I am today in terms of radical Islam, and yes, it is radical Islam,” he said.

No Senator Graham, it is not. It’s Islam, period. Break out the texts of the Koran, study the life of Muhammad and you will find that these devils are following in his footsteps. At least our founding fathers had enough sense to read the enemy’s handbook and understand his ideology and then fight him… constitutionally. I can’t say the same thing for Senator Graham, Barack Obama, George W. Bush or Congress as a whole.

Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson, also appearing on “This Week” rejected Graham, though he did so in classic taqiyyah style.

“In my view, if we start referring to ISIL (Islamic State, which was formerly known as the Islamic State of Iraq and SYRIA) as occupying any form of the Islamic theology, we’re pretty much dignifying them as occupying some form of that faith,” Johnson said. “They don’t. Islam is about peace and brotherhood. There are 1.6 billion Muslims in this world and the true Islamic faith has nothing to do with what ISIL represents, and so, to start labeling them as Islam or Islamic State in any respect I think gives them far more dignity than they deserve.”

Graham then wants more boots on the ground in Syria and Iraq. Apparently, this is to fight the very people that he and ‘songbird’ John McCain helped Obama fund, train, and arm.

Graham also thinks a possible presidential bid would allow him to “create a pathway forward to straighten out the mess we’re in and we’ll see where that goes.”

With all due respect to Senator Graham, he has been part of the problem in all of this. He voted for continuing resolutions and a budget that fully funded unconstitutional spending, such as Obamacare. He has supported arming and funding jihadists in Syria (Islamic State). He has supported the indefinite detention of Americans that he would label “enemy combatants” and violate their right to trial based on “inside information.” Don’t get me wrong, I’m all for addressing Islamists in America, even US citizens who are Muslim if they are engaging in activities against the US, but there is a proper way to deal with them. His support of NDAA has led to the detaining of American patriots, such as Marine Brandon Raub, by this administration. This is what he doesn’t get… or maybe he does. He also opposed Rand Paul’s filibuster concerning drones being used to assassinate American citizens as he opposed the nomination of Muslim convert John Brennan as head of the Central Intelligence Agency. Graham voted to confirm Brennan.

After voting to use US taxpayer money to arm and train jihadists in Syria, Graham said, “To my colleagues who worry about the people we trained with the arms falling into wrong hands, I would say there’s nothing we can do in this area without some risk.”

Graham is a willing participant in what is taking place in the Middle East right now. He didn’t risk anything. He knew these people were Islamists and he took our money and armed and trained them anyway. Now, he wants to complain? Now, he wants people to support him for president? Seriously?

Well, I’ve got a better idea. I’ll be showing up at his office (one of seven that he has that are funded with our tax dollars) this Saturday (February 28) at 2pm for round two in the AmericaAgain! Good Guys challenge. Check out last month’s round one here. I wish Senator Graham would not only repent before a just and holy God, but also that he would stop engaging in reckless behavior and treasonous actions such as arming our enemies. However, I will call him out on that. After all, he wanted to run for the office. He asked for the people’s vote. He took the oath. No one forced him into anything, and he has demonstrated that he is unworthy to continue as the representative of the people of South Carolina in the United States Senate.

If you would like to join me, feel free to click on the contact button at the top of the page and send me a message. We will meet at Senator Graham’s office located at 235 East Main Street, Suite 100, Rock Hill, SC 29730 at 2pm EST. This will be a non-violent event (if that is what you may have in mind, please stay home) in which we will lay out an “intent to repossess” the offices of Senator Graham via the AmericaAgain indictment engine according to state law. I would welcome anyone and everyone who desires to participate to meet and stand with me.

Ted Cruz Warns: A Republican Presidential Nominee Who Isn’t Conservative Enough Won’t Win in 2016

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This is from The Blaze.

The Establishment Republicans are in love with squishy moderates or Northeastern liberals.

A man the Establishment Republicans said could not win won two landslides of 44 an 49 states that man was Ronald Wilson Reagan.

Chris Christie, Jeb Bush, Mitt Romney or Lindsey Graham will guarantee Hillary Clinton, Elizabeth Warren or any other Democrat will be elected in 2016.


MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. (TheBlaze/AP) — Republican Sen. Ted Cruz is urging South Carolina conservatives to help nominate a Republican president from their own ranks in 2016 or risk losing a third consecutive national election.

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks to the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition convention on January 18, 2015 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (Image source: Richard Ellis/Getty Images)

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) speaks to the South Carolina Tea Party Coalition convention on January 18, 2015 in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. (Image source: Richard Ellis/Getty Images)

The Texan spoke Sunday in Myrtle Beach at the Tea Party Coalition Convention. His remarks reflect the view that recent GOP nominees haven’t been conservative enough.

“If we nominate another candidate in the mold of a Bob Dole or a John McCain or a Mitt Romney, all of whom are good, honorable, decent men,” Cruz said, according to the according to the Houston Chronicle, “the same people who stayed home in ’08 and ’12 will stay home in 2016 and the Democrats will win again.”

In his speech, Cruz celebrated Republicans’ midterm election sweep and mocked establishment Republicans who chided him in 2013 for his role in a partial government shutdown.

He said the midterms prove the country is ready for a Republican president from the conservative movement.

Cruz met privately with a few dozen grassroots organizers and prominent donors. South Carolina hosts the first Southern presidential primary in the weeks after the Iowa caucuses and the New Hampshire primary.

Pickens Co Censures Sen. Lindsey Graham, County #7 To Do So

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This is from The Liberty Crier.

There may be hope of firing Lindsey Graham and John McCain.

The Greenville Post interviews various Republicans at the scene of the vote to censure Lindsey Graham. Pickens County is the seventh county to vote to censure Lindsey Graham.

20 Things You Never Want To Hear In Obama’s America

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This is by john Hawkins in Town Hall.


1) The Death Panel will now decide if your treatment is too expensive.

2) Yeah, right! There’s a better chance Democrats would go after veterans or kids with cancer than do that!

3) We’ll get to the bottom of this scandal in no time now that the Obama Administration is investigating itself!

4) Sure, it’s dangerous being in this embassy, but the Obama Administration is handling security; so we have nothing to worry about.

5) Come on, you really think liberals are going to be offended by that?

6) As long as Lindsey Graham doesn’t cave, Republicans have got this one in the bag!

7) So, I lost my job. No big deal! In this economy, I’ll have a new one in no time!

8) That shouldn’t be a problem as long as you can trust the government to do the right thing.

9) Guess what? Your company is unionizing!

10) The only way that could happen would be if Obama has been lying to us all along.

11) You really think the park service would be that vindictive?

12) As long as Obama doesn’t behave like a bratty little child who’s going to hold his breath until he turns blue if he doesn’t get his way, everything will work out fine.

13) Come on! The only way we could get in trouble for writing something like that would be if the government was reading our emails.

14) Even Obama wouldn’t blame Bush for that, would he?

15) Good news! The Al-Qaeda rebels Obama backed in Syria won and took over the country! They’re sending America a “special surprise” as a thank you for all of our support!

16) No, you couldn’t have heard gunshots. We’re in a gun-free zone!

17) There’s no way anyone would call me a racist just because of that, is there?

18) We have to pass it so you can find out what’s in it.

19) This crime is as good as solved now that Eric Holder is on the case!

20) The only way that check will stop coming is if the government goes bankrupt!


Pentagon freezes death benefits for fallen soldiers’ families

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This is from Fox News Politics..

Just when you think Obama can not go any lower.

Obama doe some thing to prove you wrong.

This is the lowest thing Obama has done so far.


It’s another ugly symptom of the partial government shutdown — and this time it impacts the families of soldiers who are dying for their country.

The Pentagon confirmed Tuesday that, as long as the budget impasse lasts, it will not be able to pay death benefits to the families of troops who’ve been killed in combat.

“Unfortunately, as a result of the shutdown, we do not have the legal authority to make death gratuity payments at this time,” said Lt. Cmdr. Nate Christensen, a Defense Department spokesman. “However, we are keeping a close eye on those survivors who have lost loved ones serving in the Department of Defense.”

House lawmakers, though, are planning to vote Wednesday on a bill to restore funding for the payments. And Speaker John Boehner on Tuesday accused the Obama administration of needlessly withholding the money.

Boehner claimed a bill passed by Congress and signed by the president last week to pay America‘s troops should have given the Pentagon the latitude “to pay all kinds of bills, including this.”

“I think it’s disgraceful that they’re withholding these benefits,” Boehner said, urging Obama to sign the bill that the House will take up on Wednesday.

The bill would still have to pass the Senate before arriving on Obama’s desk. If that bill fails to pass, the Pentagon says, families will be reimbursed once Congress passes an appropriations bill.

The Pentagon says it has specific instructions from its budget office not to make payments for deaths that occurred after 11:59 p.m. on Sept. 30, 2013.

Over the weekend, four soldiers — two of them Army Rangers — and one Marine were killed while conducting combat operations in Afghanistan. The bodies of the four soldiers will be returned to Dover Air Force Base on Wednesday.

Due to the impasse, the families of 25-year-old 1st Lt. Jennifer M. Moreno; 24-year-old Pfc. Cody J. Patterson; 24-year-old Special Agent Joseph M. Peters; 25-year-old Sgt. Patrick C. Hawkins; and 19-year-old Lance Cpl. Jeremiah M. Collins, Jr. will not receive the $100,000 payment that they would have otherwise received within three days of the death.

Adding further insult, the families will have to pay for their own travel to Dover. That’s a bill the Pentagon also says it can’t pay because of the partial shutdown.

Privately, Defense Department officials say they wish they could pay the families and they admit it’s a disgrace that deserves national attention.

“If the department was allowed to make death gratuity payments at any point during shutdown, they would’ve been paid with great relief,” one official said.

Pentagon officials also say Congress was warned prior to the shutdown that these benefits would be stopped.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said during a press conference on Tuesday he would tell those families that their government “let them down.”

After the ceremony at Dover on Wednesday, the families will fly to their home states to conduct private funerals. That’s also an expense the Pentagon says it can no longer pay due to the stalemate.


THE CRUZ REBELLION: Lessons From A Defiant Ted, RINOs Take Note

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This is from Clash Daily.

I will be working to replace Indiana’s RINO Dan Coats.

Every RINO and DemocRat needs to be replaced.

Ted Cruz is the new face of the Republican Party.


MICHAEL WALSH- In the aftermath of Senator Ted Cruz’s epic performance on the Senate floor, a few observations:

After his disgraceful attacks on Cruz, including his reach-across-the-aisle, dog-in-the-manger response today, this should be the end of Senator John McCain as a voice of influence in the Republican party. Ditto his mini-me, Senator Lindsey Graham. Indeed, the entire Old Guard of business-as-usual “comity” fans passeth. When you care more about what the other side thinks, it’s probably time either to switch teams or step down.

There is new leadership in the GOP, whether the party wants to admit it or not: Cruz, Rand Paul, Mike Lee, Jeff Sessions, and the others who stepped into the breach to spell the senator from Texas.

The popular reaction to Cruz will be immediate and noticeable; the more the old bulls carp, the more the public will rally to Cruz’s side. The country has been spoiling for a real fight since the election of 2008, and now it has one.

Conservatives have finally realized that, as it’s currently constituted, they have no home in the Republican party, which is the Washington Generals to the Democrats’ Harlem Globetrotters, the designated losers who nevertheless are rewarded handsomely for their sham opposition.

To that end, conservatives understand that rather than form a third party, their only hope is to seize control of the corrupt, rotting hulk of the GOP, which they now can do with the help of a reinvigorated Tea Party — especially with Lois Lerner’s IRS off its back.

The Cruz faction in the Senate, and its allies in the House (whose leadership is now up for grabs) must now press their advantage. The louder the Democrats squawk, the more they are wounded; the one thing they’ve long feared is a direct assault on their core beliefs as translated into actions, and the deleterious effects of Obamacare, just now being felt by the population, are the most vivid proof of the failure of Progressivism that conservatives could wish for.

Win or lose, the battle is now joined: First the struggle for the GOP and then the battle for control of Congress and the presidency. Cruz just struck at the kings he could reach — the Republican “leadership” — and has most likely dealt them a fatal blow. Now the Tea Party hordes must back him up by eliminating his opponents (who tend to be geriatrics, and thus “leaders” by longevity rather than talent or commitment) through the primary process wherever possible. If he can carry off this coup, he and Senator Paul will very quickly find themselves elevated from back-benchers to commanders.

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Immigration Advocates Will Urge Obama Executive Order if Reform Fails

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This is from NewsMax.

Obama will do what ever he can do to insure millions of new voters

for the DemocRats.

We have seen Obama has disdain for The Constitution.

When Obama gave Congress and their staff subsidies to help them with

the costs of Obamacare.

So personally I will not be surprised by Obama signing an

Executive action/ order granting some kind of amnesty to illegals.


If immigration reform sputters in the deeply divided U.S. Congress, supporters are planning to push President Barack Obama to act on his own to help 11 million illegal aliens, lawmakers and immigration advocates said.

Immigration law experts, some senators and House Democratic aides speculated that if Congress cannot agree on a wide-ranging immigration bill this year, Obama could use his executive authority to stop deporting parents of children living in the United States illegally.

Many of those children have won temporary reprieves on deportation and broadening the protection to their parents would be a way of keeping immigrant families together.

Navigating around Congress comes with plenty of drawbacks, though, since anything Obama could do would not be as lasting as enacting a law. Furthermore, he could not use his own powers to make sweeping changes, such as creating a pathway to citizenship for the 11 million undocumented.

Any such measures are certain to provoke a reaction from Republicans. But immigrant groups would argue that some action from the White House is better than putting up with existing conditions.

Obama also could sidestep Republican opposition to legislation by helping a broader spectrum of illegal residents who have been in the United States for prolonged periods, say 10 years or more, for temporary legal status if they have clean records.

“You could make a persuasive policy argument that those are the people who have most fully sunk roots into communities, most convincingly demonstrating they’re contributing in the labor market,” said Doris Meissner, a senior fellow at the Migration Policy Institute. “Many are paying U.S. taxes and raising families in their adopted country.”

With Congress in a five-week recess and many Republicans balking at “amnesty” for those living in the United States illegally, chances are worsening for passing a comprehensive immigration bill this year, even with the Senate’s bipartisan backing in June for such a measure.

“There’s a huge degree of effort and support going into immigration reform and if it fails (in Congress), all of that effort and support will turn right back on the administration to do something for constituents that have been hurting and are important to the president,” Meissner said.

Senior Republican Senator Orrin Hatch, who voted for the Senate-passed bill, told Reuters, “There are a lot of people speculating” about the demands for Obama to act unilaterally if legislation fails.

Republican Senator Marco Rubio, who helped write the Senate bill, concurred, saying, “I have always suspected that’s a real possibility.”

But Hatch and Rubio both warned Obama against taking matters into his own hands, even if legislation fails.

Bill Hing, a University of San Francisco professor who specializes in immigration law, said in a telephone interview: “I think it’s going to begin … with just huge pressure on the administration to cut back on its Secure Communities” program.

Controversial among city and county governments, this federal program gathers fingerprints and other information from local law enforcement that can be used to identify undocumented people.

Hing said the program has been aggressively used by the administration and the result has been the deportation of many for minor violations such as traffic infractions.


After spending most of his first term as president refusing to use his executive powers to ease deportations of illegal immigrants, Obama flexed his presidential muscles in mid-2012. With his campaign for re-election gearing up, he had his Department of Homeland Security temporarily halt deportations of undocumented children who were brought to the United States by their parents, often at a very young age.

Seeing the effectiveness of that executive action and the absence of successful legal challenges, Obama could be emboldened to expand it with the stroke of his pen.

Presidential action may be the least desirable outcome for supporters of immigration reform, however, because it is a temporary remedy that can be reversed by future presidents and because there are only limited steps that can be taken.

“The importance of legislation is that it’s a permanent fix,” said Ali Noorani, executive director of the National Immigration Forum. He also said Obama could not order a “pathway to citizenship” for the 11 million but could ease their short-term deportation fears.

Legal status leading to citizenship is a key demand of immigration groups as they seek passage of legislation.

Executive branch action also would not create more high-tech visas or new categories of temporary work permits. The Senate legislation would accomplish those things, much to the pleasure of U.S. business.

Further complicating matters, Obama would have to make a political calculation before acting, assessing the potential impact of any administration directives on 2014 congressional elections.

For now, backers of immigration legislation do not want to acknowledge this executive branch avenue since it detracts from their message that Congress will manage to pass a bill this year.

“I don’t want to even entertain that thought,” Senator Lindsey Graham, a Republican who helped write the Senate-passed bill, said of potential Obama action.

Senator Charles Schumer, the leading Democratic author of the bill said, “I’m not even going to get into that,” and insisted he is “more optimistic every day” of legislation passing the Republican-controlled House of Representatives.

Even the White House tried to squelch speculation. “The only way to fix this problem is for Congress to pass comprehensive reform. There are no other options,” a spokesman said.

Any steps by Obama likely would prompt an outcry from Republicans who would again accuse him of trampling the Constitution by deciding which laws he was going to enforce and which ones he was going to ignore. That was their reaction in mid-2012.

“I think the White House has to be careful,” Hatch said. “They’ve been doing an awful lot of unilateral legal action without authority and if that keeps up, the president is going to find himself in real difficulty.

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Enforce Old Immigration Laws Before Any New Ones Are Passed

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This is from Joe For America.

This is just not the way Congress operates.

It is easier to pass new laws rather then enforce laws on

the books now.

Just like gun laws there are approximately twenty two thousand 

laws on the books today.

Yet no one wants to enforce them.


If our existing immigration laws are not being enforced, what on earth makes these “Gang of Eight” Republicans and the Republicans who support them believe “new” immigration “reform” will be enforced? How will we control the border moving forward given the Obama administration’s history of ignoring our current immigration law? There has already been legislation passed which compels that a fence be built, yet it hasn’t been built. People in this country illegally are supposed to be deported when they commit crime, yet they aren’t. They’re not supposed to be here, but here they are.

It begs a very important set of questions: Is it that John Boehner, Lindsey Graham, John McCain, Karl Rove, anyone named Bush, Jon Kyl, this Corker-Hoeven hybrid and the others really believe this bill will do anything but give Amnesty to somewhere between 11 and 30 million illegal aliens? Or, is it that they are owned by the Corporatists who want the taxpayers to subsidize their workforce and keep all wages down and profits up? Or have they merely just bought into what the Democrats have been shoveling for years? Here is a new (old) concept: Follow the damn laws that are on the books now. I’m a genius. Thank-you

Think about it this way. We already PAID Senators and Congressmen years ago to do what they are saying needs to be done again. Why are the taxpayers having to pay a whole new group of freaking politicians (actually a whole lot of them are the same), to do a job that was supposed to have been done over and over? After all, the border between America and Mexico has not changed in almost 200 years – are you telling me and the American people that we – with all of our college educated representatives – can’t figure out border security in that amount of time? I’m not being facetious, this is the simple point: Secure the damn border, then let’s talk about reform, coming out of the shadows, a path to whatever – but secure that border so that our children don’t have to revisit this in another 25 years with another 20, 30 or 100 million illegal aliens, all ready to vote for Democrats.

Please don’t buy into this crap about triggers and provisions and tough requirements the Gang of Eight has included in the bill to make it so illegals in this country won’t have an advantage over immigrants who *gasp* follow our laws. The first thing that happens with this bill is that people here illegally become legal. That is called “amnesty” my friends. Say it with me: “Amnesty.” There, don’t you feel better? Don’t buy it because this Administration will not – repeat – will not enforce the provisions which they don’t like. They will ignore, roll back or proclaim as extreme any aspect of the bill which slows down the legalization of illegal aliens living here now or in the future. Learn English? What are you, a slave owner? Make a proud immigrant throw away their culture and learn your bigoted language just so they can mow the lawn in front of your mansion which sits on what used to be their land anyway? You think I’m kidding? Every single one of these so-called triggers which the 11 million (what a joke that number is, right?) illegals “living in the shadows” need to comply with in order to get on the “path to citizenship” will be changed, rolled-back or just flat-out ignored. Bank on it.

But what is really hysterical, even if Congress doesn’t revisit the triggers and “tough” provisions being promoted by the Gang of Eight, the new immigration reform allows the secretary of homeland security the authority to enforce all these requirements – or not. That’s right, if Janet Napolitano says the border is now secure – it’s secure. When Janet Napolitano believes employer sanctions have become too onerous, then they’ll be ignored. If Janet Napolitano says everyone speaks English to her satisfaction, then dos cervesa, por favor!

Everything in this bill is a lie to get you to believe in it: Oh, don’t worry,  – illegals won’t get food stamps? Yes they will. Illegals won’t get in line in front of veterans? Yes they will. Illegals won’t get into State schools before your kids do and with your tax money? Yeah they will, and this Administration will see to it they do. We’ve seen this movie before and if it weren’t such a tragedy, it would be the comedy of the century. What Congress doesn’t repeal, Obama, Holder and Napolitano will.

Let’s be clear: This is not a vote for immigration reform, it’s a vote for one-party rule and tyranny.

We need to stop this farce at any cost. Shut down the government, write letters, threaten Republicans in the House with being primaried, march on Washington – whatever it takes – because if 30 million new Democrat voters magically become legal citizens, it is over friendo. Republicans, conservatives, Tea Party, Whigs – whatever – will never win another election and this country will go by the way of Greece, Venezuela or even Mexico. Except there will be little pockets of gated white communities where Democrat politicians live and their low-cost laborers clean their pools, raise their kids and trim the bushes.

The Republicans are in on it and they need to hear from us. Now.



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