Certain Mortality Of The United States
By: Frosty Wooldridge
Did you hear the story on Mitt Romney that proves amusing? He talks on gays, guns, abortion, immigration and the war in Iraq. Like many shyster politicians he flip-flops faster than a pancake cook at I-HOP. We must view Romney and all politicians like a popular summer footwear: Crocs!
Letâ€™s face it; Senator Teddy Kennedy symbolizes the Typhoid Mary of immigration. He infected this nation with the 1965 Immigration Reform Act. He injected us with the 1986 amnesty and today, he plunges a dagger into the heart of our civilization with S. 1348.
Heâ€™s not alone. While Kennedy did nothing to uphold our laws following 1986, Senator John McCain proves the Charles Manson of the Iraq War and immigration. Letâ€™s keep bombing Iraq for the sake of killing while we masochistically eviscerate ourselves with an unending line of poor, killers, rapists, misfits, drug dealers and child molesters. Of course, they break into America for a better life!
Senator Harry Reid represents an out of touch, clueless and an Alzheimerâ€™s victim that canâ€™t remember which country he serves. Senator Arlen Specter (D-PA), 75, thinks red/white/green make up the colors of Americaâ€™s flag. Senator Mel Martinez of Florida thinks Cuba should annex the Sunshine State. Senator Jon Kyl of Arizona canâ€™t grab his butt cheeks with both hands as he panders to 20 million illegal aliens.
None of them deals with reality that common American citizens face daily across our nation. None of them send their kids to already conquered California schools or live in our new felony infested barrios. None of them face the crime, TB and drunk drivers on our highways that kill us daily.
Last week, Newt Gingrich rendered the best five points as to why S. 1348 failed:
1. The Proposed Bill Is Based on a Fantasy and Could Never Be Effectively Implemented: It is outrageous when the federal government is so incompetent it has to suspend passport requirements for Mexico and Canada while at the same time suggesting it will be able to process a “Z” visa for 12 million-plus illegal immigrants in one day.
While American citizens are waiting up to three months or longer for the federal government to process their passports, illegal aliens could get a ‘Z’ visa within 24 hours under the hopefully dead Amnesty Bill. Outrageous! The system is beyond broken when we cannot prioritize the needs of citizens before the desires of non-citizen lawbreakers.
2.The Attempt to Blackmail the American People by Threatening to Refuse to Enforce the Law Without a New Bill Is Disgraceful: A number of powerful figures in the Bush Administration and in the Senate have been saying that if we do not agree to pass this destructive bill, they will never enforce the law.
3. Americans Do Not Change Our Values to Fit Government Failures: When Secretary of Homeland Security Michael Chertoff said that we had to “bow to the reality” of millions of people being here illegally, he illustrated the difference between Jimmy Carter and Ronald Reagan as President.
4.Why Should Any American Believe That This Government Will Keep Its Word and Do Better This Time? We now hear from the President that we have failed to control the border and failed to enforce the law on employers, and therefore, we need a new law to replace the law we have been failing to enforce. The Simpson-Mazzoli immigration law passed 20 years ago promised the same things. Guess what? Teddy Kennedy lied just like he did at Chappaquiddick.
The fact is, Bush failed to secure our borders. Kennedy and McCain failed to abide by their oaths of office. As Kennedy drove the car over a bridge, he killed only one woman. Today, heâ€™s about to kill an entire civilization. (FW)
And this raises another question: Who has been running the government for the last six years? Why do we think anything will change and that the law will now suddenly be enforced? Over the last six years, the three recently arrested New Jersey terrorists who had been here illegally for 23 years had a total of 75 charges by the local police, and yet not once was our immigration enforcement infrastructure able to identify that they were here illegally. And now we are told that with the new comprehensive immigration bill, we will start to enforce the law against those have come here illegally after Jan. 1, 2007.
Under the proposed law, will local, state and federal officials really try to distinguish between those who came to the U.S. illegally prior to Jan. 1, 2007 (eligible under the proposed law for amnesty), and those who have arrived here illegally — or those who overstay their visas — after Jan. 1, 2007 (not eligible for the proposed amnesty)? The case of the 75 prior interactions with police of the Fort Dix terrorists demonstrates that we currently are incapable of identifying people here illegally. If 12 to 20 million are amnestied, who is seriously going to try and distinguish between the old illegal and the new illegal?
5. This Is a Fight for America’s Future: Your senator needs to understand that this is the key fight over America’s future and returning to a law-abiding, effectively enforced, serious government worthy of the American people. Let them know they can be with the vast majority of Americans and kill the bill or they can side with the special interests and try to ram through this extraordinarily destructive bill.
There you have it from a Washington inside-the-beltway shyster himself. If a shyster can spell it out, wow, what a concept! Iâ€™ve been saying the same thing for a decade.
At the very least, if that bill passes with Bushâ€™s Kervorkian mission to kill this nation, and as he said, â€œpass this product,â€ we will see this country bleed to death and overdose on legal and illegal immigrants from a line that never ends. Robert Rector of the Heritage Foundation said, â€œThis bill will cost the American taxpayer $2.3 trillion if itâ€™s only 12 million.â€ Itâ€™ll add two million legal immigrants annually, 400,000 Z-visas, 380,000 annual anchor babies, unending chain migration and swell the ranks of the poor into the millions. Its final â€œproductâ€ will add 100 million people to the United States by 2040. (Source: Fogel/Martin 2006, U.S. Population Projections)
This bill, 33 years hence, will prove certain mortality of America.