Is America’s Immigration System Really Broken? If So, Who Broke It?
By: John Lillpop
Open borders advocates, intent on transforming America into a third world cesspool akin to Mexico, have rolled out yet another loony slogan in their attempt to keep the U.S. from securing our borders, enforcing the law, and deporting illegal aliens.
The latest refrain spewing from leftists is, “America’s immigration system is broken. We cannot stop illegal immigration without comprehensive immigration reform.”
That unmitigated animal waste is spread by the likes of President Bush, Senator Hillary Clinton, all Democrats, and most RINOs. It also comes from Felipe Calderon and Vicente Fox, present and past presidents of third world Mexico, as well as from Mexican folk hero Elvira Arrellano, an acknowledged expert in deportation and the use of organized religion as a wedge against the rule of law.
Each of these political luminaries makes the absurd “Broken System” charge without attempting to address the really pertinent question, “Who broke it?”
In fact, the immigration system is not broken at all! Existing immigration laws will work perfectly fine, provided such laws are enforced.
Regrettably, America’s worst president in history, George W. Bush, in concert with traitors in the U.S. Congress, refuse to enforce existing immigration laws, even in the wake of 9/11 and the global war on terror.
Instead, our so-called leaders blather on and on about “comprehensive” reform, which is liberal-speak for amnesty. In truth, comprehensive reform is the Monopoly- game equivalent of “get out of jail” cards for 38 million criminal freeloaders and scam artists.
But caution unto those who believe that We the People can be played forever like a board game! As President Bush, Governor Eliot Spitzer, and Senator Hillary Clinton are learning, there is a limit to the amount of stupidity that the American people will countenance. That limit is breached by the ‘broken system’ idiocy.
A new rallying cry is emerging from sea to shining sea. That cry is simply, “America don’t need no stinkin’ immigration reform!”
Prudent politicians interested in a legacy, or a future in politics, will heed that cry. Or perish.