Saturday, May 26, 2007

Immigration 'compromise legislation': a bitter pill with a very thin sugar coating of promises...

The reconquista movement in southern CaliforniaMark Alexander is spot-on again when he says that immigration reform starts at the border:
... As I outlined last year in an essay entitled “Insanity on bordering,” immigration legislation must first address national security issues, meaning border security and enforcement are paramount.

Once border security has been established, the following priorities must be authorized and funded: immediate detention and deportation of those crossing our borders illegally; deportation of any foreign national convicted of a serious crime or seditious activity; a guest-worker program (with reliable documentation as prerequisite) to meet the current demand for unskilled labor; penalties against employers who hire undocumented workers; no extension of blanket amnesty or fast-track citizenship (new citizenship applicants to the back of the line); the preservation and provision of tax-subsidized medical, educational and social services for American citizens and immigrants here legally, and the Americanization of new legal immigrants, including a national mandate for English as the official language and an end to bilingual education.

Additionally, the Supreme Court must affirm that there is no constitutional birthright citizenship for children of illegal aliens. The 14th Amendment’s relevant clause reads “All persons born or naturalized in the United States and subject to the jurisdiction thereof.” Children born to those who have entered the U.S. illegally are not “subject to the jurisdiction thereof.” (More on that subject next week.)

If immigration policy does not start at the border, our national heritage will end there. Please support the national campaign to stop the compromise and secure our borders.
That was just the conclusion. Read it all.

Immigration: Why Aren't Republicans Crying? by David Limbaugh
Why Congress Caved to Bush by Patrick J. Buchanan
Republican Immigrant Rage by Robert Novak
Senate Immigration Bill is a Sellout, Not Reform By Phyllis Schlafly
First a Fence (radio podcast) By Dennis Prager
A Christian View on Illegal Immigration By Frank Pastore
The Great Lie At The Heart Of The Senate Amnesty Bill By Mac Johnson
Why Don’t We Just Bring Back Slavery? By Phillip Ellis Jackson

Lou Dobbs is right:

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