“Immigration Reform” …..no hiding anymore folks

13 11 2006

Cross Posted by stikNstein …has no mercy

“Immigration reform” has been a muddy issue since the words recently became commonplace again.

There is the President’s “PLAN”…….The Pelosi “PLAN”…..The Senate “PLAN”…..The House “PLAN”….The individual State “PLANS”…..
The Sancutary City “PLANS”……The Department of Commerce screw Americans “PLAN”…….PLAN 9 FROM OUTER SPACE……I could go on……

OH YEAH……then there’s the actual law……heh, the least talked about of them all. Well, that’s about to change.

The election has changed all that. No candidate campaigned on a guest worker amnesty plan. Why? It wouldn’t get them elected.

Jessica Echard, at
Human Events, a conservative weekly makes a few clear observations:

It was only a matter of time before the open-borders crowd tried to scapegoat the immigration issue in light this week’s Republican defeat. Those who blame an immigration enforcement platform for widespread GOP losses are experiencing a moment of selective campaign recall, as if there was a batch of pro-amnesty/guest worker candidates who surged to victory. In fact, quite the opposite is true.

In districts where pro-enforcement incumbents lost, such as Arizona Rep. J.D. Hayworth’s (note: Hayworth has not conceded) and Indiana Rep. John Hostettler, their Democrat opponents actually campaigned on tough enforcement and border security. Hayworth’s opponent stated that “enforcing our nation’s immigration laws is an absolutely necessary ingredient to securing the U.S.-Mexico border,” and promised to “extend existing fencing in urban areas” along our southern border…..

The debate is moving into the sunshine. Politicians will have to take a position and that position will carry it’s own political ramifications. Amnesty will be called amnesty……A secure border will have to actually mean secure…..

Americans, last week said, ” Enough with the BS……

As many pundits have already explained, this was an election cycle when Republicans lost across the ideological board, from pro-amnesty Sen. Mike DeWine (R.-Ohio) to pro-enforcement John Hostettler. Clearly, pro-enforcement candidates did not lose based on their support for the rule of law. In fact, by courageously listening to the American people, they shifted the immigration debate to the political mainstream. While the players and party have changed, the will of the American people remains the same: Enforce our immigration laws.

AMEN to that…………………

This was a production of The
Coalition Against Illegal Immigration (CAII).

If you would like to
participate, please go to the above link to learn more. Afterwards, email the coalition…. brianbonner90-at-gmail-dot-com……and let
me know at what level you would like to participate.




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