Neocon RINO McCain pushing amnesty, again

Irish Central
Senator John McCain has added his voice to top Republicans calling for comprehensive immigration reform. — Since the election and the record low levels of Hispanic support for the GOP key Republican figures have begun advocating for a new look at their immigration policies. — Sen. John McCain, tweeted on Friday that he now supports “calls for comprehensive immigration reform.” Read More…

Some GOP clowns getting too weak to resist the invasion

Christian Science MonitorMiserable coward Boehner
The sudden embrace by high-profile Republicans of immigration reform, including (shockingly) the potential for amnesty for more than 10 million illegal [aliens] living in the shadows of US society, hints at concerns so deep that Republicans may be willing to risk an ideological civil war that could split the party. — Suggestions by top Republicans, including House Speaker John Boehner, that the GOP should not cede meaningful immigration reform to the Democrats cuts deeply into long-time Republican class and identity politics that’s focused in the past few years on America’s illegal immigrant subculture… Read More

Following Obama victory, U.S. backs new U.N. arms treaty talks

Fox News LatinoReconquista
Everyone is talking about how Latinos may have influenced the election. What’s getting less notice is that more Latinos than ever are heading to Washington.

Tuesday’s election brought one more Hispanic to the U.S. Senate, bringing the total to three. History was made when Ted Cruz, a Republican candidate, became the first Latino to represent Texas in the U.S. Senate after he handily defeated Democratic challenger Paul Sadler in the seat currently held by retiring GOP Sen. Kay Baily Hutchison… Read More

Bill would freeze Comrade O’s stooges’ power to grant amnesty to invaders

The Hill — WashingtonClick to Enlarge
The Republican chairman of the House Judiciary Committee is crafting a bill that would temporarily freeze the Obama administration’s power to grant amnesty to illegal [aliens]. — The measure is in response to a memo issued by the head of Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) last week that approved a broader breadth of discretion for agency officials when considering whether to deport someone through the Secure Communities program. — Rep. Lamar Smith (R-Texas), who is sponsoring the legislation, blasted the memo. He said that under the new guidelines ICE agents could defer the deportations of “millions of deportable illegal and criminal [aliens].” Read More

Corrupt Obama Regime wants to ‘win votes at the expense of responsible law enforcement’

Washington IndependentTreasonous POS
Immigration and Customs Enforcement union leaders said Thursday that a policy laid out by the agency is a “law enforcement nightmare” developed by the Obama administration to “win votes at the expense of sound and responsible law enforcement policy.”  — The union, AFGE National Council 118-ICE, that issued the release “represents approximately 7,600 bargaining unit employees in the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement throughout the continental United States, Puerto Rico, Alaska, Hawaii, Virgin Islands, and Guam, with over 2,300 members.” The union is a member of the American Federation of Government Employees, a national affiliate of the AFL-CIO… Read More

Comrade Obama to play teleprompter parrot at annual Tan Klan fiesta

Washington Post
Washington, DC — The White House says President Barack Obama plans to address this year’s conference of the major Hispanic civil rights organization, the National Council of La Raza. — Thousands are expected to attend the gathering in Washington from July 23-26. — The president of NCLR, Janet Murgia, said Wednesday that Hispanics will want to hear from Obama on a range of issues, including those on which he has yet to take action. — Obama has been heavily criticized by some in the Latino community for his failure to move immigration reform [aka amnesty]…. Read More

Illegal Immigration and Other Criminality

Steve Breyman — OpEdNews.comNew York
Governor Cuomo’s recent decision to withdraw New York from the federal Secure Communities program–which sent the fingerprints of all jailed suspects to Homeland Security–got me thinking again about this country’s never-ending struggle with illegal immigration. Upon reflection, the worst thing about illegal immigration is that it’s, well, illegal. — I’m sympathetic to the plight of [invaders]. I came of age playing high school soccer in Southern California with some of their children; no one works harder than these people. But as a strong believer in the rule of law, it’s hard to get beyond the basic fact that crossing borders without passports and visas is against the law. Here in the US, and everywhere else… Read More

 

Prissy RINO jackass Lindsey Graham-nesty is at it again

Despicable miscreant Sen. Lindsey Graham (RINO-SC) claims the U.S. needs more “immigrants” and amnesty should be granted to the millions of invaders squatting here now despite the fact that the U.S. is in a depression, nearly bankrupt and jobs are scarce or nonexistent. This moron, like Comrade O and Jorge Boosh, seems to think that the “back of the line” is here rather than the home countries of the invaders.


HT to Dave Gibson of The Examiner for the link

On Immigration Polls, a Lot of People Lie

Tom Jacobs — Miller-McCuneLying Liberals
A Gallup survey taken last year found 45 percent believe immigration should be decreased, compared to 17 percent saying it should be increased and 34 percent saying it should be kept at present levels. But should such figures be taken at face value? University of California, Berkeley, sociologist Alexander Janus argues not. Using a polling technique designed to uncover hidden bias, he concluded about 61 percent of Americans support a cutoff of immigration. Janus, who published his findings in the journal Social Science Quarterly, argues that “social desirability pressures” lead many on the left to lie about their true feelings on immigration — even when asked in an anonymous poll. In an interview, he discussed the survey he conducted in late 2005 and early 2006… Read More 

Obama jabs Republicans over immigration plans

William A. Winkler (LTE) — Allentown (Pa.) Morning Call
Recently in Texas, President Obama addressed the valid concerns of the Southwest states bordering Mexico as to the illegal entry of thousands of Mexicans crossing into the United States. I didn’t vote for Obama, and the fact his subsequent actions and policies over the last two years of his presidency have caused this nation to be trillions of dollar in debt justified my vote. — But I was really proud of our commander-in-chief as he glibly and smoothly skewered the attending Republicans about their concern over the lack of enforcement of illegal border crossings… Read More