Thursday, May 18, 2006

Illegal Invaders Make Demands

Consider these penalties for illegal aliens: First-time offenders are punishable with up to two years imprisonment. Repeat illegal entry offenders are subject to a maximum prison sentence of ten years. Immigration fraud punishment is two to six years for providing false information to authorities and up to five years imprisonment for claiming a false immigration status.

These are the laws in Mexico where illegal entry is considered a criminal offense, and where prison is no joke. The last statement made on the Mexico Immigration Information internet site is: "Respect for the Mexican laws is important. You must enter the country with the proper documents as required by law."

The U.S. Senate debated amendments to the the immigration reform legislation yesterday, agreeing to some fencing and vehicle barriers along the U.S. Mexican border.... today they passed a Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-Mass) provision allowing illegal aliens to self-petition for a green card, as opposed to being sponsored by an employer.... the "it is what I say it is" illegal alien rule as practiced in the California self-declared-citizen voter registration process.

Yesterday immigration rights groups lobbied in the halls of Congress pushing for their demands... as the chairman of the National Capital Immigration Coalition said, in Spanish: "For us, no law is better than a bad law."

The "for us Demanders" have learned they can skirt the the weak-willed President Bush and his administration. After all, our country's top law enforcer, Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, has told us his parents were "Mexican migrants" but he "wasn't sure" if they were illegal. Doesn't this qualify as some sort of conflict of interest, or should I say, disinterest in upholding our immigration laws?

The lesson The Demanders are teaching us.... if the Senate doesn't pass the laws the Demanders insist on, they'll just keep breaking our laws.

The rights groups especially opposed a provision that would deny green cards to illegal immigrants who ignored a court-issued deportation order. So the Senators, now representing the illegal aliens, eased that provision by allowing the secretary of Homeland Security to waive the disqualification if applicants can show they never received notice of a deportation hearing or other exceptional circumstances.

If a legal U.S. citizen tried to ignore a court order they would be hauled into court.... and they better not try to tell the Judge that the dog ate their order, that would just make things worse.

President Bush is heading for Yuma, Arizona today, in a effort to show how desperate people (who didn't want to bother to petition legally for a green card) risk all for lawbreaking U.S. employers. GOP Rep. J.D. Hayworth is accompanying Bush on his visit and hopes to make the point to The Decider that "nightly between 6,000 and 6,500 illegals attempt to cross our border and of that group, between 4,000 and 4,500 make it on a nightly basis."

That is an invasion. Mexico would know how to handle it.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

3000 PEOPLE WERE MURDERED ON 9/11, NOT BY AL QUIADA, BUT BY THE AMERICAN GOVENMENT. WHY IS NO ONE ADDRESSING THIS AND SEEKING JUSTICE FOR THE DEAD