Saturday, March 25, 2006

A Circus Worthy of the Ringling Brothers

Welcome to the three ring Extravaganza called ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION unless of course your a Democrat or a member of the media, oh wait that's the same thing. Then of course it's just IMMIGRATION. The Debate begins in lack of earnest Monday because odds are not a damn thing will be passed. The idiots in the Senate are going to focus on the one part of the issue that the country does NOT want to focus on "Guest Worker Programs" in other words "Amnesty" for the 12 Million Crimaliens that have already broken into our house. The mood in the country that has been building for years is about the non-stop flow of Criminals that break into our home everyday. Every time this issue comes up it purposely gets derailed by boo hooing over what to do about the Crimaliens that are already here. That is NOT the issue the issue are the Bastards that are flooding over the Rio Grande.

The McCain-Kennedy proposal.
The Secure America and Orderly Immigration Act was sponsored by Senators John McCain (R-AZ) and Edward Kennedy (D-MA), with support from several key congressmen. The proposal would: * Grant three-year, renewable work visas to illegal immigrants for a $1000 fee.
* After six years of working legally, immigrants can pay another $1000 and apply for permanent work status if they haven't broken any laws and have studied English.
* Potential immigrants could apply for a $500 work visa if they can prove there is a job waiting for them.
Anything that has these two ASSHOLES names on it you know is bad for the country, and as you can see does nothing to secure our border.
The Cornyn-Kyl proposal.The Comprehensive Enforcement and Immigration Reform Act (PDF), sponsored by Senators John Cornyn (R-TX) and Jon Kyl (R-AZ), states that:

* Illegal immigrants can work in the United States for two years and then are required to go home for one year. After that, they have the option of coming back as temporary workers or on permanent visas.
* A guest-worker program for new immigrants would be set up. Those in it would have to go home every two years for at least one year and would not be able to apply for citizenship.
* Companies that continue to employ illegal immigrants would be fined.
This one has some good to it but once again rewards Crimaliens for breaking into our house.
The Specter proposal. A compromise proposal from Senate Judiciary Chairman Arlen Specter would:

* Allow a three-year renewable guest-worker program with a six-year limit and no route to permanent legal status. Workers would have to be sponsored by employers who verify they tried to hire U.S. workers first.
* Allow immigrants who arrived before January 4, 2004, to be grandfathered into eligibility for permanent legal status.
* Make it a crime to be illegal or harbor an illegal immigrant.
* Require employers to verify the legality of new employees.
* Make sure illegal immigrants applying for green cards would not "cut the line" of people applying legally from their home countries.
* Increase the quotas on employment-based green cards from 140,000 to 290,000. It would also more than double the number of H1-B visas for skilled workers, from 65,000 to 150,000.
This Deranged Maniac that I have the pleasure of calling MY Senator is an even bigger ASS than McCain and Kennedy. Nothing this man has done or proposed including the "theory" that one bullet put 6 holes in 2 men and then fell out on a gurney in the hospital undamaged has ever made any sense and should be just dismissed outright. He hasn't even put the details of his proposal on paper just rhetoric as usual.

The House of Representatives passed the Border Protection, Antiterrorism, and Illegal Immigration Control Act (HR 4437) in December. It proposed strong steps against illegal immigration, including:

* Building a fence along 700 miles of the U.S.-Mexico border;
* Imposing stricter penalties on employers of illegal workers;and
* Making it a felony to be an undocumented worker.

The House bill would also make it a felony for groups like Humane Borders and other charity organizations to give water or other assistance to illegal immigrants crossing the border from Mexico. The bill has sparked protest rallies across the country and has earned the opposition of the Catholic Church, which is encouraging its adherents to defy it. Other critics say the House bill, with its focus on only one side of the immigration issue, will likely make the problem worse. "Enforcement is clearly an important part of the question, but enforcement alone is insufficient," Meyers says. Jacoby agrees. "You need tough but workable enforcement," she says. "The law-and-order Republicans [in the Senate committee] laughed the [idea of building the fence] out of the room."
This is the way to go. We must first secure our Border than we can start to talk about what to do to the ILLEGAL CRIMALIENS that are already here. What should have happened earlier this week when the ILLEGALS protested in several cities across the country, is that they should have raided the protests and deported every last ILLEGAL in the group.

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