Amnesty: Heralding the End of US Representative Democracy?


By: Sher Zieve

Amnesty for illegal aliens has been resurrected by globalists President Bush and members of the US Senate. Despite the public outrage—from both Conservatives and Democrats—emanating from the US’ voting electorate against the Amnesty for illegals, the President of the USA has urged and is urging illegal Hispanics to call US Senators and tell them to vote for open borders and his ultimate Amnesty bill. A special Spanish language toll-free number has even been set up for the illegals to call, in order to combat the sentiments of legal US citizens. President Bush and US Senators have begun to move, in earnest, against we-the-people. The legal residents and voters of the United States of America have now been told, in no uncertain terms, that both the Legislative and Executive branches of government are working against them. We are also being told that we had better shut up or factions from both sides of the political aisle will start vilification campaigns against us—that’s against we-the-American-people, folks. Amongst others, Republican Senators Trent Lott and Lindsey Graham have already started their character smears of the American people. And there are just too many Democrat leaders to list.

If the globalists now in power in Washington D.C. have their way, it appears that our over 200 year representative democracy will no longer have a place in the United States of America. Instead, it will be replaced by a government of the elites, by the elites and for the elites. Sounds a lot like Socialism—or Communism—to me. Note: These are the same representatives who have now become the elites that we elected to office.

Instead, we-the-people are being told “even though the building of the border fence bill was approved and funded last year, we’re not-a-gonna’-do-it!” Globalists do not believe in either borders or the sovereignty of nations. They only believe in commerce and cheap labor. We are also being told by our elite and effete elected leaders that not only are they bent upon shoving this Amnesty Bill down our throats (no matter how many resuscitations of the thing it takes) but, we will also be forced to continue to pay for the illegals-who-have-now-been-made-legal. College tuition breaks are still included for the illegals-now-legal. But, these same tuition breaks are still not available for legal American citizens. Amnesty for gang members is included in the bill. In fact, this bill is riddled with so much language that speaks to the dissolution of the USA that it’s almost impossible to comprehend why any rational person would choose to vote for it. And, do we-the-people really believe that any amendments to this anti-American bill will help—or even be implemented? No. Our “leaders” have already said jokingly that any realistic amendments to this fatally flawed bill would be removed in closed sessions. In other words, amendments may be placed in the Amnesty Bill in order to placate and fool the American people but, will be removed before it becomes law. Note: This is an example of almost complete corruption at work and another illustration of money and the illusion of power having the ability to buy willing souls.

At this juncture, all that we-the-people can do is to call, write and email our US Senators and House Representatives. However, many of our elected Senators are now ignoring our complaints. But, we have to keep trying. The toll-free number to reach your Senators and representatives at the US capitol is 1-800-828-0498. You will reach a live body who can direct your call to your Senators and Representatives.

By the way, isn’t it time (and our turn) to march on Washington? Isn’t there some Conservative out there with the time, resolve, resources and connections to arrange it? Massive marches seem to be the only things our elected leaders currently understand. And if you think threatening to not vote for those who support amnesty when they’re up for reelection will have any effect on them—forget it. If the Amnesty Bill is passed, we-the-people will have already been replaced.

http://washingtontimes.com/national/20070616-121122-4797r.htm

http://www.humanevents.com/article.php?id=21163

http://www.gopusa.com/commentary/guest/2007/ry_06181.shtml



Sher Zieve is a staff writer for the New Media Alliance, Inc. (www.thenma.org). The New Media Alliance is a non-profit (501c3) national coalition of writers, journalists and grass-roots media outlets.

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